All Things Real

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This text is dedicated to helping make sense of the people, places, and things that make the Power Colors Saga unique and different. It is organized into sections for People, Places, The Mastery, and Everything Else. Also at the end of the text, there are a few maps of solar systems discussed in the books. You will find information here that is not necessarily contained in the books, so keep th More
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About Talee

A long time computer professional specializing in software development and project management, Talee has always been an avid reader. His love for science fiction and fantasy books began when he read books by some of the great authors of the early 1970s. Authors like Andre Norton, Poul Anderson, C.J. Cherryh, Katheryn Kurtz and Frank Herbert were, and still are, among his favorites.
Now a father and grandfather, Talee lives in Colorado where he can enjoy the beauty and majesty of the Rocky Mountains, fishing in clear mountain ponds and driving through colorful forests provide a counterpoint to the high tech world he works in. His science fiction and fantasy novels stretch your imagination with high adventure and innovative implementations of martial arts, magic, and extrasensory skills. Having learned from some of the great masters' works, he knows that all great stories are about the characters and their interactions. His books develop strong characters whose personalities and outlook on life are shaped by their adventures just as we are shaped by ours.

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Review by: Fran Baker on April 30, 2012 :
A lot of extra material about people, places and things. And free is always the best price.
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Review by: Carrie Roberts on April 30, 2012 :
The cure for withdrawals. I just keep picking it up and reading about characters from the books. Each time I find something new.
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Review by: Crystal Lansmith on April 24, 2012 :
Nice addition to the series. I learned a lot of new things as I browsed through it.
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Review by: Marianne Cronos on April 24, 2012 :
Wow lots of new material, or at least stuff I didn't catch reading the first three books. Great idea.
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