Tales From The Sehnsucht Series Part Two - The Manderian Directorate
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Tales from the Sehnsucht Series Part 2-The Manderian Directorate
Through the eyes of alien characters, readers are taken on a rollercoaster ride of existential dilemmas, undercover double agents, and epic battles. Set against the backdrop of the Manderian Halden, this book delves into the gritty world of another regime that rises from the ashes of a violent past where survival is a constant struggle and trust is a luxury few can afford.
Keyla Damaer presents the second collection of short stories featuring characters from the Sehnsucht Series.
Embark on a dark adventure alongside Sigma to turn the tide of a lost war. Find the path to freedom with Hertak and Draken. If you're looking for a thrilling read, dive into this captivating collection now!
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The last work of author Keyla Damaer bring us back to the formula she used in the first installment: six short stories that are all pieces of a very big puzzle. Each one depicts a few days or weeks in the life of various carachters in this seemingly endless war for global domination: a staple in Sci-fi, but with writing skills that she has its always a pleasure to go back in her mind. Brava!
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I thoroughly enjoyed ‘The Sehnsucht Series Part One’, and Keyla Damaer’s successor, ‘The Manderian Directorate’, does not disappoint. These short stories follow chronologically from Part One, in the Manderian years 2474 to 2480. In her first instalment, Damaer succeeded in creating an expansive backdrop where humans aren’t the dominant lifeform, and the ensuing struggle between alien races is just as compelling in this worthy sequel.
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Our book today is a collection of short stories tied together in time and space through the universe of its author's imagination. And while this world of Damaer's takes plenty of inspiration from the Star Trek Universe (a ship named /MonCapitaine/, anyone?), it is not, as far as I can tell, part of Star Trek proper. These worlds, its inhabitants, and everything else appear to be meant as a stand-alone vision.
In short, I recommend /The Manderian Directorate/ as six slices of a pie you can consume at your leisure. Take little bites or large, when you find nothing left but the crumbs you'll be thinking about more.
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