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James Murdo

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James Murdo was born and raised in London, where he still lives. He graduated from university with a Masters degree in Physics, which added fuel to his early love of science fiction.

All set in the Wanderer Universe.

TAPACHE'S PROMISE TRILOGY
Echoes of Gravity (Book 1)

STANDALONES
Siouca Remembers
Long Paradise
Fractured Carapace

WANDERERS SERIES
Gil’s World (Book 1)
Searching the Void (Book 2)
Infinite Eyes (Book 3)

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Average rating: 4.07 · 171 ratings · 82 reviews · 8 distinct worksSimilar authors
Gil's World (Wanderers #1)

3.73 avg rating — 71 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
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Long Paradise

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Infinite Eyes (Wanderers #3)

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Wanderers Series: Books 1-3

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Echoes of Gravity Bookstagram Tour

Hello, I'd like to share some kind reviews with you from a bookstagram tour for Echoes of Gravity (Book 1, Tapache's Promise Trilogy). You can find a more extensive list here.

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"Fantastic plot. Immersive universe. Exciting book ideal for all science fiction fans. A five star read for me and I'm eagerly waiting for book two of the trilogy..." Read h Read more of this blog post »
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"This was a great read, and an interesting start to a new series of books. It is set in the Wanderers Universe. It is part Space Opera, part Space Exploration SF with a Machine intellect. It was a fun read.

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"From the beginning there are teaser that nothing is as it seems but the more you read, the more complex it gets and patterns that seem to be forming just don't add up. Complex read for sure with lots of interesting tech and alien species. Parts seem " Read more of this review »
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"James Murdo’s spectacularly complex world-building is epic space fantasy. The story is a fast-paced adventure, told mainly from the perspective of Diyan, a young male Rorarian, who is blasted out of his relatively quiet life on the Great Ship after a" Read more of this review »
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Hello Bill. It's not necessary, although they will help provide some context to the general themes/universe/style of the book. Alternatively, you could read Siouca Remembers or Fractured Carapace beforehand (both standalones, like Long Paradise) as t See Full Answer
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“She wondered if flies could talk to one another as people did, or whether they had their own unique ways. Her mind often moved onto topics such as these, although she was unable to communicate her ideas with others. Speech, unfortunately, was a gift she no longer had as the result of an accident many years before.”
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“As she fell backward, she could see Tor’s look of genuine shock and horror. His wide eyes followed her as she dropped. The look on his face was permanently frozen into her memory.”
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“It’s getting too easy then, is it? Pity the animals can’t really use the sphere, it’d give you more of a challenge.” “Hah. It’s only a little easier, mind you. It’s not that though…” Han said thoughtfully, his words trailing off. “What is it, then?” “It’s as though some of them have already started to move.”
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