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(The Saga of the Nano Templar #2)

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Her new mysterious powers…
…could mean her people’s salvation.
With the world of Konsin II under Elorian control, Drin and Anais look to the stars for their next mission.

But the church moves slowly in its deliberations. Each moment wasted is another in which her people might die—or worse.

Anais has to grapple with the Elorian nanites living inside her, and what it means to ha
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Published October 4th 2019 by Silver Empire
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Jun 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Fast, sun space war fantasy
Russell Fletcher
Oct 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
For the record, I received an Advanced Review Copy of this e-book with the request to leave an honest review for other potential readers. This review is my honest opinion and I am happy to give it (I try not to use any spilers in my reviews so you will find it safe to read). All of that having been said, the action and adventure in this second installment of the Saga of the Nano Templar Series does not in any way disappoint and lives up to the bar set by the first story and then blows it away. D ...more
Oct 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of this book from the author. I had the opportunity to review or not.

I got my wish. There is a follow-up to Justified, the first book in the Saga of the Nano Templar. And it is as good as the first book. Action, adventure, technology, drama, and belief in God, self and each other. This is an amazing series where the author is not afraid to write about religion and the love of more than self. It is filled with people both good and bad and all the ones in between. Like us.

Ramona Harris
Oct 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
After Justified Drin expected to be excommunicated but instead he was forgiven though he had to perform a penance. His penance would be to act as vassal to the other Templar’s when he was not at his regular duties as a Templar, he would claim the latrines, prepare meals, and other ship maintenance duties. Drin did not consider this a harsh penalty because he liked to be busy. It was then brought up among the Templar’s were friends of Drin about the Pyus girl was supposed to have nanites her vein ...more
Bruce Parrello
Oct 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It just gets better

Unlike most middle books in a series, this one contains a full story with a definite end, and hints of what is to come rather than a full-on cliffhanger. That's the first thing. The second thing is that in this book Drin-- who was hard to understand in book 1-- truly comes alive thanks to the commentary by his co-protagonist Anais, who herself gains more agency and grows into better character right under your eyes-- an impressive writing feat. On top of this, the combat scenes
Adena Lee
Oct 04, 2019 rated it liked it
Even if you are not a person of faith, this novel will speak to you. How does a new convert learn faith? Where does patience fit into the scheme of things? Does the majesterium really understand the newly converted? Those are the questions that Anais struggles with as she comes to terms with her new faith, her new church, her need to find her family and her feelings for Drin. I understand Anai' struggles - faith is simultaneously the easiest and the most difficult thing I have ever achieved and ...more
Wolf Mc
Just as good as the first book. As with the first there was a strong religious theme running throughout the story but if you've read the first you'll come to accept this as an intergral part of the story. IFull of action and a little romance, t's great to see a 'love story' that is quite different to what we have come to expect. It was also good to see that characters on both sides of the story both 'good' and 'bad' displaying noble and ignoble traits which gives the characters some realistic de ...more
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Jon Del Arroz began his writing career in high school, providing book reviews and the occasional article for the local news magazine, The Valley Citizen. From there, he went on to write a weekly web comic, Flying Sparks, which has been hailed by Comic Book Resources as “the kind of stuff that made me fall in love with early Marvel comics.” He
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