The Cagliostro Chronicles

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
In the year 2089 man's first faster than light space flight is about to begin, but where it ends will be filled with action, danger, adventure and the truth about a century plus old conspiracy that is set to tear humanity and the earth apart!
Join Mark Johnson and his handpicked crew of adventurers as they seek to unravel this mystery before earth's enemies destroy the planet and everyone upon it! More

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About Ralph L Angelo Jr

Ralph L. Angelo Jr is the winner of the '2014 New Pulp Award for Best New Writer' for his work on 'Redemption of the Sorcerer the Crystalon Saga, Book One' , ' Torahg the Warrior, Sword of Vengeance', and his sci-fi/space opera epic 'The Cagliostro Chronicles' Forthcoming are the sequels to both 'Redemption of the Sorcerer' and the bestselling 'The Cagliostro Chronicles'

Ralph has written for magazines such as 'Backroads Motorcycle Touring Magazine', 'Motorcycle Consumer News' and 'Motorcycle Online'. Ralph's books include the non-fiction how to book, 'Help! They're all out to get me! The Motorcyclists Guide to Surviving the Everyday World', the epic fantasy novel 'Redemption of the Sorcerer, the Crystalon Saga, Book One.' The just released sword and sorcery adventure 'Torahg the Warrior, Sword of Vengeance' and the sci-fi adventure, 'The Cagliostro Chronicles' with more coming!

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Kris Richards reviewed on on Sep. 12, 2013

I'm struggling to understand why this book has been rated so low. It is good, old fashioned space opera fun with humour, adventure and action. This isn't hard scifi where the author needs to explain the science behind everything - this is more Firefly, Andromeda style science fiction. You know the type... fun!
I read this is one sitting, stopping only for coffee. It was great. The dialogue is smooth, the prose well crafted and the overall technical writing pretty damn good.

I've seen reviews complaining about the FTL drive. Considering that this technology isn't even invented yet - I find the fact that people are questioning the plausibility a bit of a laugh. This is a fiction novel, set in space. It's not exactly realistic is it? Just let go and enjoy the ride.

The three main characters were strong, and multi-faceted, I found them to be layered and easy to relate to. In fact, I think most readers would find something of themselves in them and that's a great thing.

If you let go and just enjoy this - you won't be disappointed.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Darrell Candis reviewed on on Aug. 18, 2013

Severely lacking plausibility. I was unable to finish this story. The main problems were.

US centric story complete with all anglo characters.

A FTL ship that worked perfectly the first time.

A civilian ship and crew seemingly far more capable than the military.

A crew being selected for a first contact situation without a diplomatic presence onboard.

These problems, and several others, were present in just the first 3 chapters.

Overall, a waste of time and money.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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