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Black Star Renegades based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
If Star Wars, or The Lensman series appeals to you, this novel is for you. Galactic swashbuckling and daring do combined with likable, interesting characters keep me entertained until the end. Looking forward to the next chapter.
Cade Sura and his brother Tristan are orphans that have picked up for training to be a peacekeeper, Rai. Tristan is assumed to be the Paragon, someone that can handle a powerful weapon to save the universe. But when he is killed after capturing the weapon everyone starts thinking it is Cade that is the Paragon. But Cade wants nothing to do with this responsibility. Thankfully he has a couple friends that he can gather to help him stop Praxis and their War Hammer. Cade has some serious self-esteem issues and is a general pain in the butt. I admit that there were times that he irritated me. But overall I think he was a good lead character that had one heck of a surprise dumped in his lap. Thankfully he can fake well enough that everyone doesn’t see how off balance and unsure of himself that he is. Of course you are going to have an evil queen, good and evil, and the battle for freedom. You can tell that Michael Moreci loves Star Wars. A lot of this book is a slight adjustment on this series. I can see where this would bother people, but for me I really enjoyed the story. For me it didn’t affect me at all. I really enjoyed this story and would be interested in reading the next book in the series. I received Black Star Renegards from Kaye Publicity for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.