The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars, Part Two: Wounded Eagle

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In this second part of Capt. Robbin Nikalishin’s biography, the responsibility for the space disaster in Part One is determined and Prf. Eiginsh’s mystifying behavior is explained, while the Captain attempts to recover from the devastating aftereffects of the disaster. The resolution is bittersweet; will the Captain ever become capable of coping fully with the damage that was done to him? More

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About Lorinda J Taylor

A former catalogue librarian, Lorinda J. Taylor was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and worked in several different academic libraries before returning to the place of her birth, where she now lives. She has written fantasy and science fiction for years but has only recently begun to publish. Her main goal is to write entertaining and compelling fiction that leaves her readers with something to think about at the end of each story.

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About the Series: The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars
A fictional biography of Capt. Robbin Nikalishin, the first space Captain to make contact with intelligent extraterrestrials in the 28th century.

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Audrey Driscoll reviewed on Aug. 10, 2017

Exploring the causes and consequences of the catastrophe that ends Part One, this book is slower but equally interesting. The focus is less on technology and more on psychology, as Robbin Nikalishin recovers from the traumatic events that conclude Part One. In fact, this book is almost entirely about human relationships and the way they are affected by tragedy. Two important relationships – an old one and a new one – remain unresolved by the end of the book, along with the question of Captain Robbie's return to the stars. I gather a third book is yet to come.
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