Technological Angel (Star Minds Book 1)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Heartbreak is an eye-opener.
When Kol-ian is rejected by his beloved "angel", he finds refuge on low-tech Earth. Until he feels the need to get back into the galaxy loop to explore the rogues' world.
Cyborgs, shape-shifters, merciless telepaths and two earthlings lost in the Milky Way, learning to deal with aliens long before the rest of the blue planet.

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Published by Unicorn Productions
Words: 50,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301581900
About Barbara G.Tarn

My pen name is Barbara G.Tarn, a.k.a. Barb, and I'm a writer, sometimes an artist, mostly a world-creator and story-teller of fantasy worlds.
I intend to publish my many stories set on my fictional world of Silvery Earth from 2011 on, starting with the shorter and continuing with the novels, so check back soon!
The graphic novels are available in print and for download (PDF only, unfortunately graphic novels don't come out very well as e-books - yet) - check my blog for info.

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Review by: Rohan Healy on May 07, 2013 :
Technological Angel is a whole lot of fun from beginning to end. Barbara G Tarn has crafted a believable alien universe full of races, classes, planets, technologies, ships, weapons and enough lore and history to make her world feel alive and lived in.

As a fan of space operas like the Mass Effect series of books and video games I felt right at home and eager to learn about the political structure of the galaxy beyond Earth, and in this regard I was very much satisfied. As I read I was reminded of the popular Japanese anime Cowboy Bebop. It follows a similar theme of a rag tag crew of bounty hunters jetting across the galaxy in their ship, the Falstelo, which is really exciting and great for a bit of escapism.

There is action, romance, family drama and even a little hot alien sex. Speaking of which I particularly enjoyed Barbara's approach to relationships, and the fact that outside of planet Earth, attitudes to gender, sexual orientation and relationship configurations are much broader and less restrictive.

If I had one niggle I'd say that perhaps at times the story progressed a little too quickly. I would have enjoyed a little more down time to simply learn more about the universe that Barbara has so lovingly created and explore it's various cultures further. With that said I admit I am a bit of a geek for facts and history in a sci fi story, so others may not notice this and it certainly didn't stop me enjoying the story.

All in all I enjoyed Technological Angel and will be sure to revisit Kol-ian and the gang for more adventures in the future!

4 stars out of 5.

(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Joleene Naylor on Dec. 21, 2012 :
As a fan of the Silvery earth series, I was interested to see how Ms. tarn would tackle a sci-fi - and she did it spectacularly. It had all the elements that I have come to expect from her work: hot men, good plot, intricate societies/species and a no holds barred approach to the different things the characters must endure, which makes the most fantastic seem real and grounded. For example, it would have been easy for her to write a cliche, fairy tale romance between a couple of the characters, but she chose a different path that ultimately makes more sense and works out for the better. As usual, I can't choose which of the heroes I like the most, and I can't wait for the rest of the series!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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