Rift in the Races : Galactic Mage

  • by John Daulton
  • Narrated by David Bodtcher
  • Series: Galactic Mage
  • 29 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rift in the Races (Book 2 of The Galactic Mage Series) follows the continuing story of powerful Prosperion sorcerer Altin Meade and feisty Earth-fleet officer Orli Pewter in the fight against the mysterious alien Hostiles.
The Earth fleet is now moving to take advantage of its recent victory. With better combat strategies and Prosperion wizards only a blink away, the time has come to finish the job they set out to do: destroying the Hostiles. But complications arise.
Altin's discovery of space-traveling humans from distant Earth has threatened ancient and foundational beliefs for the people of his world. The shockwaves from this revelation begin to unravel a long-standing but precarious balance of power. With her eyes to the sky and all its galactic possibilities, Prosperion's War Queen soon finds her realm on the brink of chaos.
Together, Altin and Orli must once again find a way to mediate the forces of pride, frustration and fear between their two peoples, or both planets will be destroyed. What ensues is an action-packed, laser-blasting magic ride through space, war, romance and conspiracy - a thrilling tale of alliances and alien hostility.
Unfortunately, sometimes "alien hostility" is a matter of perspective.
Rift in the Races is the second book in The Galactic Mage series. Book 1, The Galactic Mage, and Book 3, Hostiles, are now available. Book 4, as yet untitled, is underway and expected in 2014.


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Altin is no more Mr Nice Mage and Orli’s blaster is locked and loaded.

The slow start of the first book has given way to an avalanche of action, striking with the power of a fireball and speed of a laser. The stage has been set closer to the ground and the spotlights reveal plots and twists.

The War Queen shows she is a BADASS! While a certain Fleet Captain still remains an ASS. The love story between our Mage and Fleet Officer makes you want to help get them a room, but the war, strife and misgivings surrounding them will keep you listening.
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- lum


This book series has a good story premise. Its original. But for the love of all that is holy some of the characters found in here are just ridiculous. The mc is interesting and filled with a lot of good detail but the support character orli is just so stupid. But so is the captain which I just can't stand. All in all I had to force myself to finish this book and find myself thinking it unlikely that I will continue the series
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-08-2014
  • Publisher: John Daulton