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Lineage (The Technomage Archive #2)

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Ennd’s Academy is under attack.

Ceril Bain is on the run, only a day after waking up from a coma and learning that his arm and leg have been ripped off. With terrorists killing everyone around them, Ceril’s team barely escape with their lives. They go to the only place they think they can get some answers--Ceril’s grandfather’s house.

While there, an energy storm forms in
ebook, 1, 300 pages
Published December 6th 2013
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Jul 13, 2015 Jim rated it it was amazing
This strange story continues. I say strange because it’s not my regular kind of science fiction (military). It’s about a group of kids, now grown up, who went to a school to learn to become Charons or Technomages. It’s all about nanites. If you don’t know what those are, then you’re really not into science fiction. Nanites are the coming future. They are simple put, very, very, very tiny machines that work together to get amazing things done. The Charons know how to control nanites and their ...more
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Dec 10, 2013 Austin King rated it really liked it
Definitely a step up from Book One. Book Two moves at a much faster pace. There are lots of good action scenes (particularly one involving a dragon), more awesome Damien scenes, and some interesting character development. There are also a few cyberpunk motifs in this book, in addition to the usual fantasy/sci-fi tropes.
I wasn't a fan of the youth-in-school stuff in Book One, which is almost completely absent from Book Two. A few things in this book felt repetitive from Book One, but the story mo
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Feb 04, 2014 Anthony Wilhelm rated it really liked it
Read through it quickly and was super interesting but the ending although shocking in its own right was predictable. The author leads you to it and I was almost daring him to do it, and at this point I'm not sure where the next one is going...
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Jun 26, 2015 Max Cohen rated it really liked it
Much better than the first book (although perhaps just because I was more invested at this point). The mythology came together a lot better, and the fight scenes just got progressively cooler. Looking forward to the last one.
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Mar 01, 2015 Stephen Davis rated it liked it
Shelves: sci-fi
Too much of a kill this, then kill that type of story. The nanotech parts of the story were interesting, but by the end it just seemed like a whole bunch of bimodal bullies being nice then mean, then nice-ish before trying to kill some more.
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B.J. Keeton is a writer, blogger, and teacher. When he isn't trying to think of a way to trick Fox into putting Firefly back on the air, he writes science fiction, watches an obscene amount of genre television, and is always on the lookout for new ways to integrate pop culture into the classroom. He lives in a small town in Tennessee with his wife and a neighborhood of stray cats.

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