Hammer of Fate

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The Joon begin the second stage of their desperate struggle to save their people. Having manipulated the future possibilities to ensure the coming of the Forge of Time, they must journey to the home world of their arch-enemy, the Rakan. Cruel and determined beyond belief, Rakan society must be broken and destroyed to allow the emergence of the Hammer of Fate, the third of the masters of destiny. More

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About Jack Dash

Jack started reading grown up books at the age of seven and has averaged four a week ever since. Not surprisingly his childhood dream was to become a writer himself but, as is often the case, life got in the way of his ambition and he finished up working as a costermonger on York market, a fish salter on Grimsby docks, a newsagent at the seaside and all that before attending York University to become one of its first computer science graduates.
After university Jack went on to a long career in the computer industry, the last ten years of it running his own software company. When they started making computers that worked properly, Jack lost interest and sold his business to become a teacher. Jack taught at schools around the world, including the Lake District, Egypt and Hong Kong before early retirement to follow his childhood dream and become a writer.

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Review by: Peter Astbury on Sep. 28, 2013 :
Hammer of Fate is the sequel to Anvil of Time and focuses a lot more on the Rakan, a fierce and animal-like species of aliens. The intricate details of Rakan society are one of the best bits of this book. A very well thought out and fascinating species. A lot of the unanswered questions from the first book are answered and the relationship between the Joon, Rakan and Humans becomes a bit clearer. The jumping between timelines is easier to follow in this book than the first one. Overall a very good read. Better than the first book hence five stars. Recommended.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Robert Walker on Dec. 11, 2012 :
A great follow on from Anvil. The Rakan are really cool, well worthy of the nasty monster of the year award. Well worth a read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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