Lives of Lost Angels

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In book #2 of The Prīmulī Prophecies, Commander Max Gunnarsson is lost in an alternate, post-apocalyptic, 29th century Los Angeles. Although there is a combination of magic and technology where he is, everything is a bit off. Draagh feels the key to finding Max might reside within the DNA of the young commander's father. But first they need to find the missing Archangel in order to even be sure More

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About Steve Benton

Published author, general goofball, creator of alternate universes. For more information please contact the NSA.

About the Series: The Prīmulī Prophecies
In the 6th century, the immortal Prīmulī took magic and enhanced subspecies genetics away from mankind, forcing us to advance on our own. We did pretty well, too. Iron turned to steel, vacuum tubes turned to printed circuit boards, and we finally made it to the stars.

In the 29th century, Max Gunnarsson is a military scientist, living on Azul, a shining new home for humanity. When he discovers the secret to faster-than-light travel, he takes off for Earth - the home of his ancestors.

That's when everything gets crazy.

Max finds there is a whole lot more to existence (and to his genome) than anyone had previously suspected, and he is to play a huge role in the battle to save The Milky Way Galaxy.

An in-depth sci-fi/fantasy space opera with lycans, vampires, magic, time travel, alien infestations and hot South American girls, The Prīmulī Prophecies aims to please with its genre-bending storyline. Join Max, Jennie, Draagh and the rest as they fight to save mankind from virtual extinction by the pawns of renegade gods of the universe.

Three words - Lycans In Space. It just doesn't get any more awesome than this.

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Review by: James Jenkins on March 24, 2016 :
This is a great story and I mostly enjoyed reading it, I am going to book 3 in the series, tomorrow. This work includes all ranges of quality from 2 to 4.5 stars. With some quality editing this could be a great commercial work. If there is another work of this caliber in the authors brain, I would encourage the use of a paid editor before publishing the next work.

"Basically" and a few other crutch words were used way to many times.

Jennie is only overly attractive one or twice per chapter so improving over the first book, when it was every other paragraph.

This is has become a plausible multiverse, except for one short segment of book one, it appeared to be a single universe. A couple of new superpower characters are ok, keeping with trends set in book one.

Either I missed how it works or I have a real issue with the time travel scenarios. There are some attempts to explain it, but all together the time limitations seem mostly to extend plot options, rather than viable limits in the multiverse. If I understood correctly the world of lycan's that we found in book one, and Max's home world are in the same universe and timeline. If that is the case, it is not feeling plausible to me.
(review of free book)
Review by: Maria Torres on April 6, 2015 :
After reading the first book I decided to follow up and read this one. I really liked the first book - it's characters, the way the universe was made, what magic is, etc.
Lost Angels takes it to the next level. I imagined in my mind where it was going before I read it, but I wasn't even close. This story has Max's wife (yes, Jennie) looking for him, and he's lost in L.A. Just the wrong L.A. There he meets a bunch of odd survivors and gets some cool new abilities.
And what I said in my previous review - that they should make a series about Liliana - DO IT! The author took that girl and made her amazing. She's wicked smart, a bit evil, but does it all in the name of justice. And sharks. LOVE the sharks. Liliana's first meeting with relative is priceless. Definitely a break out character I'd love to see.
5 stars and emailing the author to see when book 3 comes out. Can't wait!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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