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  • Title: Birth of an Empire: The Beginning
  • Author: Catrina Taylor
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  • Page: 224
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  • Kala, a once timid Xenonian slave girl, possesses a unique psionic signature exploited by the military to create a powerful weapon of war Climbing to the rank of Fleet Commander, the compassionate Kala stirs controversy when she pushes for peace in the chaos of the great war.A skilled but reckless soldier from the opposing Dentonian fleet, Yatrell struggles to hone his unKala, a once timid Xenonian slave girl, possesses a unique psionic signature exploited by the military to create a powerful weapon of war Climbing to the rank of Fleet Commander, the compassionate Kala stirs controversy when she pushes for peace in the chaos of the great war.A skilled but reckless soldier from the opposing Dentonian fleet, Yatrell struggles to hone his unique talents The skills and abilities that help him become the formidable leader are the same that may be the undoing of his entire planet Brax left his clan when his psionic ability surfaced A gentle giant, he has become an exceptional fighter whose only weakness is his desperation for acceptance When the three are reunited, they become a dynamic forced the key to peace.
    Birth of an Empire The Beginning Kala a once timid Xenonian slave girl possesses a unique psionic signature exploited by the military to create a powerful weapon of war Climbing to the rank of Fleet Commander the compassionate Kal

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    1. I really liked Birth of an Empire It s a great space opera book I read once that women can t write good science fiction Wow how wrong Everybody who reads this book will think exactly the opposite I felt immediately in love with Kala, the Xenonian slave girl who can transform the psionic abilities in a powerful military weapon The cynic Yatrell is a complex and great character too This book is not missing anything pure sci fi, feelings, deep thoughts and exquisite erotica I m hooked and I m dying [...]

    2. 4 1 2 Stars, Really.I had the honour of beta reading Xarrok , prior to publication As a fan of Sci fi and Fantasy fiction, I was looking forward to the beginning of a new series, and I wasn t disappointed.The story is richly woven and carefully detailed I was immediately drawn into the story by Kala, the Xenonian slave girl, with rare and powerful psionic abilities I became her cheerleader as her skills were honed to make her a weapon for the military, and she struggled with her reluctance to ca [...]

    3. Let me start by saying I review the way I critique, honest and blunt I also refrain from giving away any spoilers.The Good The characters are well fleshed out, and engaging.The plot is full of unexpected twists and turns, and well thought out.The world building is deeper than most books you ll find today I enjoyed learning about this new, exciting world.The Bad Opening with She instead of telling us her name threw me for a loop I wondered if I d missed part of the story, and had to re read the o [...]

    4. Finished reading Birth of an Empire by Catrina Taylor OMG, i pressed through a migraine to finish this book, i just had to find out if Yatrell and Kala made upy to find out it is a series UGH i cant wait to read the next volume This book is the first sci fi book i ve read and i was not disappointed I LOVE it The mind and heart are some seriously powerful weapons and in this book they are book used as positive and negative forces a broken heart can be something to stump you or press you on, but w [...]

    5. I liked Birth of an Empire The Beginning by Catrina Taylor The characters are very life like The plot was a little slow in the beginning but picked up after a little while Once it picked up it was a really good book It had many twists and turns that made it that much interesting I can t wait to read the other books in this series I would recommend this book for fans of science fiction books.

    6. Anthology part of Nebula Nights Love Among The StarsI just could not get into this book story at all I kept thinking as I continued to read that it would get better but it didn t, at least for me.

    7. Although a slow start, it does build up to a climactic edge of your seat story line It begins with a slave girl whose powers are beyond anything she s ever not anyone can imagine and force to make decisions that are unimaginable.

    8. Just plain badA very weak plot told badly with WAY TOO MUCH FILLER Yes, there will be in the series but I can t imagine why or who would bother reading them.

    9. I m reviewing a sci fi book by Catrina Taylor It is the first in the Xarrok series The book follows Kayla, a girl with psionic powers who begins life as a slave, then joins the military As she rises through the ranks, she experiences the horrors of war and finds the love of her life.I wanted to like this book, I really did The characters, for the most part, are distinct and the prejudice of having psionic powers telepathy, pyrokinesis, etc is nice The plot is rich and moves from one thing to the [...]

    10. This book is written on a grand setting, and for that, I really enjoyed it The book is very focussed on the thoughts and interactions of the two main characters, with minor characters finding POV time too, and we get relatively little of the greater context of the story and the cultures that exist one character is later found to come from a pretty tribal background with the requisite traditions The main detail we do receive is that one group, the Dentonians, are biased against females, while the [...]

    11. A good yarn hampered by a lack of good editing The author has a good imagination and can spin a decent story She obviously cleaned up most of the punctuation errors, but missed some words that just don t belong, the wrong word, and garbled sentences.Another problem I had was occasional jumps from past tense to present The book starts with a confrontation between the two major characters, then falls back to the back story The author uses present tense for current events and past for the back stor [...]

    12. I m out just shy of 50% My standard disclaimer I don t read fast, so if something isn t working for me too many errors, POV issues, anything, really, that makes reading a chore, I move on Pros sets up an interesting world and story line I like Kala for the most part Shortly before I bailed I was feeling she was being to weak under the circumstances Cons Over use of strong words such as Smirked and chuckled.Hopping POV so much my head spun Seriously, ouch Frequently doesn t hold the proper tense [...]

    13. I read this as part of a collection Note that there are no erotic scenes in this story, which is fine.What happens when you bite off than you can chew You choke.Start off with interstellar factions at war, add some cool psi talents, interesting personalities, and some Romeo Juliet romance, stir for 300 pages, and what do you get the beginning of a confused mess.For the first 2 3, the world building was pretty good, and there were people with unknown motivations, and it all feels like a solid bu [...]

    14. This is a book for all space opera lovers Birth of an Empire The Beginning by Catrina Taylor is an action packed adventure that will keep you glued to its pages From psionic abilities to heart stopping space battles it has it all.The author did a great job of developing a storyline that kept me wanting to read with each page I finished This is one of those books where you get to the end and can t wait for the next installment in the series The author gave just enough background to make the stor [...]

    15. More twists than a slinky on a roller coasterThis story surprised me It started slower, but all scifi does It picked up fast though, and the ongoing action had me gripped throughout The characters come alive right from the beginning All of the cast, main and supporting characters are well defined And the moment you think you know what s coming next, this author shows you a whole new twist There isn t anything predictable in this book, and if the author carries the same throughout, I m already ho [...]

    16. How does it get any better than this This an amazing start to what will be a fantastic series if it continues The characters and storyline is all so involved it can be overwhelming but the result is so very much worth it I can t wait to read the next one

    17. Could not get into itWhen I started reading this book, Kala fascinated me I could unfortunately not get into the story at all and gave up pretty close to the beginning The flow is jerky and confusing, and not enough detail is given for it to make sense.

    18. Ugh Plot aside, the writing is not great It is stilted and awkward Sentences are often poorly constructed, ungainly, or gramatically incorrect It was hard to keep reading i found myself skimming so much that I gave up DNF.

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