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The Third Degree

(The Fluxion Trilogy #3)

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Albert searched far and wide to understand what had happened in the battle against Amedeo. What he found led him to destroy the 12 Caidoz statues in order to finally eliminate fluxions. You've never seen science quite like this.
Paperback, 194 pages
Published June 30th 2013 by Createspace (first published June 1st 2013)
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Cindy Hipps
Oct 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
The third in the series, what can I say? It was so bittersweet. You realize why certain things have happened. You realize so many things and yet you still yell at the book. I do believe that this one is my favorite of the trilogy.
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Benjamin M. Weilert was born in Colorado in 1985.
While he went to school for Mechanical Engineering (eventually earning a Master’s Degree), he has found science to be interesting enough to write fiction about it. He likes to classify his novels as “science fantasy”, wherein the science is real and (semi) accurate, but portrayed in a fantasy setting to make it accessible to non-scientific readers.
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