The Trilisk Supersedure (Parker Interstellar Travels, #3)

The Trilisk Supersedure (Parker Interstellar Travels, #3) Having secured an amazing new base of operations that provides for their every material need, Telisa, her fellow smuggler Magnus, the alien Shiny, and the new recruit Cilreth head out on their third expedition in style with robots and advanced Vovokan technology at their fingertips.Their target is the fourth planet in the Chigran Callnir system, a place known to be the site of a Trilisk colony The team soon finds out the ruins are not as dead as they thought, and they aren t the only ones interested in the legacy of the Trilisks. Free Download The Trilisk Supersedure (Parker Interstellar Travels, #3) [ author ] Michael McCloskey [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 214 pages
  • The Trilisk Supersedure (Parker Interstellar Travels, #3)
  • Michael McCloskey
  • English
  • 20 September 2017

10 thoughts on “The Trilisk Supersedure (Parker Interstellar Travels, #3)

  1. says:

    This book continues along the overall theme of the previous two exploration and discovering and puzzling through those said things they explore and discover Some conflict and combat thrown in for good measure and to keep things interesting And I must say McCloskey s come a long way with his characters since the first book they come across as muchconvincing than the first Admittedly, it could still use a little refinement but the story s just fine and the characterization doesn t distr This book continues along the overall theme of the previous two exploration and discovering and puzzling through those said things they explore and discover Some conflict and combat thrown in for good measure and to keep things interesting And I must say McCloskey s come a long way with his characters since the first book they come across as muchconvincing than the first Admittedly, it could still use a little refinement but the story s just fine and the characterization doesn t distract from said story a la the first in fact, anything but.And as expected from before, McCloskey s aliens really are They are not just space elves dwarves whatever or anthropomorphizations of animals turned intelligent, which is really refreshing In fact, as usual, I rather enjoyed exploring his universe worlds technology ecosystems etc on the whole, and that the author gives such thought to t...

  2. says:

    My favourite of the three so far Cilreth is a good contribution to the cast.

  3. says:

    Another well written story in the Trilisk series.

  4. says:

    This review was first published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis Telisa, Magnus, and new recruit Cilreth are heading out on their third expedition with their alien benefactor, Shiny Shiny is a Vovikan With the advance Vovikan technology at their fingertips, they feel ready to continue their search for Trilisk artifacts and technology They are heading for the fourth planet in the Chigran Callnir star system This planet is the site of a known Trilisk colony However, the ruins aren t devoid of life This review was first published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis Telisa, Magnus, and new recruit...

  5. says:

    Getting better theI readThis series gets better theI read The author is doing a great job keeping the characters separated and their stories on track.

  6. says:

    When I started to read this book I did not have my hopes set very high since the previous two books have been rather weak Since I have read the first two I felt that I wanted to read this one as well though I really do not like to drop a book series once I have started it.May main issue with this book as well as with the previous ones are the totally amateurish manner in which these people go messing around with things they do not understand They are using advanced alien artefacts, including When I started to read this book I did not have my hopes set very high since the previous two books have been rather weak Since I have read the first two I felt that I wanted to read this one as well though I really do not like to drop a book series once I have started it.May main issue with this book as well as with the previous ones are the totally amateurish manner in which these people go messing around with things they do not understand They are using advanced alien artefacts, including advanced weaponry, which they have only half un...

  7. says:

    Much improved from the previous episode, this one takes our three explorers and their alien ally to a planet where along with Trilisk artifacts they run into a human military unit on the run from a failed rebellion They also encounter another alien that can shift from body to body, kills everyone it meets and at the end possibly probably esca...

  8. says:

    Mr McCloskey as usual is a good storyteller I am not afraid of a 500 plus page book Sometimes you just get into the storey and its over too fast If you like adventure, aliens and other worlds this is your book I didn t quite like the ending, to me it was a little abrupt otherwise a go...

  9. says:

    The best one so farGood continuity with previous books leads into interesting developments and another cool unique new alien race Some of the tech is a little too hand wavy but otherwise very cool.Longer plot arc of developing a band of misfits but learn to trust each other is a classic trope, we...

  10. says:

    Another good book in the series although,tunnels andvirtual training sessions That aside, love the characters, including Shiney It is difficult to write an alien with no human traits at all but Michael McCloskey manages it repeatedly.

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