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Ephemeris

(The Questrison Saga #2)

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Visions of doom. A growing evil. A new hero emerges as old alliances unravel.

An epic science fiction and fantasy tale with a rich array of characters and settings, Ephemeris: The Questrison Saga: Book Two is the sequel to Heliopause: The Questrison Saga: Book One. Plucked from space and raised in a starcity of androids, impetuous Galla-Deia looks human but is not. Chosen
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Paperback, 392 pages
Published May 28th 2019 by J. Dianne Dotson
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Jonathan
Oct 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ephemeris is a great follow-up to Helliopause. Again there is a fast-pace and interesting twists. And the world-building was first rate. Looking forward to following where this goes.
Christopher Schera
“I have work to do.”

Heroes come in many forms. Some wear capes. Some come into the world fully-formed. Others need to find their place and discover their powers. And Galla-Deia isn’t your typical heroine. Part Princess in the Tower, part Chosen One, part Coming of Age Story woman, she inhabits a fresh, new center to the Hero Monomyth Venn Diagram.

While “Ephemeris” is technically the second book in the Questrison Saga, chronologically it’s the first... at least part of it is. It’s also
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Jackie Williams
Jan 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow. Another hit.

This book is a page turner. I enjoyed all the new characters and the timeline convergence. You will find something about each character that makes you have feelings.This is very good Sci-Fi. I can't wait until book 3. Very excited for it.
Pamela
May 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
After enjoying the first book, Heliopause, I was really looking forward to the next book as it hints at adventures to come. Where the Heliopause story develops on a space station, Ephemeris takes you on a galactic journey. There are many moments in this book where you learn more about the characters in the first book, but the stories are strong on their own and can be read independent of each other. Already looking forward to book 3 to see how this cast of characters continues to evolve.
Bruce
Jun 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A young woman born from a diamethyst geode, raised by robots (mostly Oni-Odi and Pliip), trained by Aeriod, tortured by Bitikk, socialized by Kein and Rez, wrapped in a quilt made for her by Meredith, and assigned a mission by the Associates (who manage the known galaxy) whether she wants to or not.

This book is the second in The Questrison Saga (and we actually get our first clue as to what "Questrison" means near the end of it).

The first book was stand alone. This book is not. It leads directly
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Dan Glass
Jan 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Where to begin? JDD knows what makes characters resonate with the reader and uses that insight when writing them. Galla is introduced to us and quickly becomes a favorite. Aeroid is far more rounded out here than his introduction in Book 1. He strikes me as a Goth Gandalf. Lots of power, cares more than he lets on, lots of responsibility, but seemingly pissed off at the latter. Beetle is a classic fish-out-of-water and already a favorite. Rob reminds me of Firefly’s Wash mixed with a little more ...more
Anne Sturgill
Jul 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the second book in this series and unusually it is both a sequel and prequel to the first. The main character Galla-Deia, is introduced as a somewhat mysterious character. As the novel progresses she becomes more mature as a character and as a strong leader in the quest set before her. The book contains a variety of interesting characters and greatly emphasizes strong female role models of different ages. One can hope the author will continue the series as soon as possible.
Bradley Nordell
Jun 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Questrison Saga just got a whole lot more epic!

In J. Dianne Dotson’s second book, she takes readers mind-first into the expanse of the universe we only got a small glimpse of in Heliopause. However, in Ephemeris, we follow along with a new humanoid protagonist Galla-Deia, along her quest to stop the rising evil and malevolence of Paosh Tohon; which is causing cosmic destabilization and destruction.

Moreover, Like any great mythic story, Galla must face her fears, choose between destiny and
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Author of Heliopause: The Questrison Saga Book One and Ephemeris: The Questrison Saga Book Two

Dianne dreamed up other worlds and their characters as a child in the 1980s. She formed her own neighborhood astronomy club before age 10, to educate her friends about the universe. In addition to writing stories, she drew and painted her characters, designed their outrageous space fashions, and created
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The Questrison Saga (2 books)
  • Heliopause (The Questrison Saga #1)