Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2)



Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2) Music of the Spheres The Interstellar Age Book 2 The technology for interstellar flight exists through the power of Kinemet, but the key to unlocking its code lies in a thousand year old scroll left on Earth by an alien species.When the ancient manual is stolen before a full translation is completed, Alex, Michael and Justine scramble to recover it.Along the way, they stumble on an interplanetary conspiracy and uncover a secret that shatters their view of life and shakes the very foundations of our existence The Interstellar Age Book 1 Forbidden The StarsBook 2 Music of the SpheresBook 3 Worlds Away Best Download [ Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2) ] author [ Valmore Daniels ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2)  By Valmore Daniels IBN :  Format : Kindle Edition – heartforum.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 316 pages
  • Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2)
  • Valmore Daniels
  • English
  • 13 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Music of the Spheres (The Interstellar Age, #2)

  1. Jim Kratzok says:

    This is book 2 in a trilogy and does not disappoint In fact, I think it was a better story than book one Alex, who was exposed to the mysterious element Kinemet previously realizes that he s not been fully changed into a proper space traveller but needs the Kinemet to stay healthy A 1000 year old Mayan scroll seems to hold the answer to advanced space travel but no one can properly interpret how to use its information initially Add in a bunch of criminal thugs who want the secret of light sp This is book 2 in a trilogy and does not disa...

  2. Karl Schaeffer says:

    Book 1 introduced us to the element kinemet, which appears to enable faster than light travel Verious groups, both good and bad look to understand the process and monopolize the process Intrigue abounds The series is a decent read.

  3. Veronica says:

    Thankful less overwhelming technical jargon in this novel

  4. Joood Hooligan says:

    was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.Unlike the first one, I didn t have an ebook version to read along with so it made the book seem so long The story itself was pretty interesting Especially when it was focusing on Justine Turner her storyline was my favorite It s just that I really disliked the narrator, Dave Wright He is not good at accents, and there are a hell of a lot of them in this book There s a German ac was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.Unlike the first one, I didn t have an ebook version to read along with so it made the book seem so long The story itself was pretty interesting Especially when it was focusing on Justine Turner her storyline was my favorite It s just that I really disliked the narrator, Dave Wright He is not good at accents, and there are a hell of a lot of them in this book There s a German accent he did, I turned it up loud enough for my husband to hear it one night He actually looked like her was going to cry.I am not willing to continue this series via the audiobook Also, the blasted noise that plays at the beginning of chapters I don t know wh...

  5. Jay says:

    Being the middle volume in the Interstellar Age trilogy, Music of the Spheres turned out pretty much as I expected In general terms, the writing flows nicely, the major arc of the story is completed nicely, and the foundation for the remaining volume is well done.I have two major dislikes First of all, the authors complete lack of understanding when it come...

  6. Jamie Rich says:

    Music of the Spheres The Interstellar Age, 2 by Val DanielsThis is the second installment of his Interstellar Age trilogy The characters are, once again, very real and well textured the plot is entertaining enough to keep you turning pages, even when it gets either cumbersome or stilted by turns I did enjoy the delving into Mayan history, and that has been well woven thru this story Unfortunately the author still has problems with continuity in several places And there also many plac Music of the Spheres The Interstellar Age, 2 by Val DanielsThis is the second installment of his Interstellar Age trilogy The characters are, once again, very real and well textured the plot is entertaining enough to keep you turning pages, even when it gets either cumbersome or stilted by turns I did enjoy the delving into Mayan history, and that has been well woven thru this story Unfortunately the aut...

  7. Ziggy says:

    I really enjoyed this trilogy It was fluently written and scientifically credible The author managed to create a fascinating perspective of our future space development, that was in no way far fetched or unbelievable The story itself was breathtaking and very profound Each chapter was told from a different point of view, alternating between the main characters Some chapters were told through journal articles, military reports and so on, which was very original and made it very pl...

  8. Gary Nelson says:

    A fantastic read, I bought this as soon as I finished the first book A fast paced story to the end with high intrigue I had to buy the third book as soon as I finished this one.Excellent work Val Daniels I will be looking for your other title...

  9. Ed Pollard says:

    of the same from the first installment, the characters are a little better this time around but the plot is still unevenly paced A fun second read in this universe.

  10. S says:

    Continues the story, but better.

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