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Tomorrow’s Spacemage

Spacemage Chronicle Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Kevin T. Collins
Series: Spacemage Chronicle Series, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 46 mins
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"So this is what my life's going to be from now on? Continually stepping into the middle of the eternally stupid, every time they do stupid?"  

Thorn is back. He's lost one civilization, and is still trying to fix two others.  

But fixing something when you don't know how it broke is never as simple as you thought it'd be.  

The future is threatened by his own past, and to fix everything, he thinks he has to undo what he's already done.  

But what if what you did cannot be undone, and the future has more riding on it than anyone knows?  

Yesterday's Spacemage was the cause. Today's Spacemage was the effect.  

But can tomorrow's Spacemage save everyone?

©2018 Timothy Ellis (P)2018 Tantor

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anti-guns with an all powerful mage.

The view of guns in this book is very naive made even more so as the main character is going around killing a heap of people who just happen to all be bad guys or gun loving idiots who are also bad guys.

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where did that come From

the book was good but the political commentary on guns was an unwelcome addition to a otherwise great story. What made it so bad was the fact that it was rather heavy handed given the fact that the MC is a vigilante who waged a privet war in book one it just felt out of place and was clearly based in American politics

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disappointed

the attack on the 2nd amendment was not appreciated otherwise it was alright hope he doesn't really think that. check out London and North Dakota

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meh

meh the story was slow to start slow to finish. The first part could have been the ending of the last book. to speed things up a little.

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f*** you temporal prime directive

f*** you temporal prime directive Schrodinger's cat and the grandfather paradox it's what you can say about this book great story but this dude the stuff he does to time and space you just want to b**** slap this guy but with that all said I hope that this is just the first phase in these books and can't wait for the next one