Starfinder

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Daw Books, 2009 - Fiction - 326 pages
7 Reviews
A new fantasy series from the author of The Sword of Angels.

Steam trains and electricity are rapidly changing the world. Moth of Calio is obsessed with the airships developed by his friend Fiona s grandfather Rendor, and dreams of taking to the air one day like his heroes, the Skyknights.

But not everyone is happy to see humans reach the skies. For thousands of years, the mysterious and powerful race known as the Skylords have jealously guarded their heavenly domain. But Moth and Fiona are about to breach the magical boundary between the world of humans and the world of the Skylords.

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User Review  - akreese - LibraryThing

Starfinder is a very entertaining fantasy book! If you like reading fantasy then I'm sure you are going to love this book! This is one of those books where the kids are the main characters - the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jvstin - LibraryThing

Sometimes I read too broadly for my own good. Years ago, I discovered a fantasy debut novel by the author John Marco, a novel by the name of the Jackal of Nar. Nice and gritty military fantasy that I ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

John Marco s award-winning first novel was The Jackal of Nar. He is an avid fan of aviation and Disney World.

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