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Losing Lanterns: A Qalidar Novella

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Zira, a roguish explorer and treasure-hunter from a medieval world, is drawn into the multiverse-spanning machinations of a charming, amoral mystic. She finds herself exploring the between-space known as Qalidar and strange echoes of her own home world. While dealing with a terrible loss, she discovers disturbing things about the forces that shaped her universe and the inh ...more
Kindle Edition, 80 pages
Published February 18th 2015 (first published January 1st 2015)
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Bernard
May 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Huh? What just happened?

Well the end is here. That is, I finished the book. But that's also an apt summary of the story itself. But getting there was hard, mind-warping work. I think the key takeaway for me is the clever science fiction idea that spells out what happens to a time traveler when other time travelers alter the timeline.

I admit the early parts of this story are confusing. Fantasy? Science fiction? Betrayal and drama and fast action combine to form a story centered around the quest o
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After slipping out the back door of the local university with a degree in psychology, Christina Lea worked in laboratories, charted ground water movement, started fires, ran a comic book store, did web stuff for a fat-cat corporation, purged everything associated with that job from her brain, and wrote all kinds of stuff, including games, technical specifications, proposals, news articles, revolut ...more