The Man Who Found Birds among the Stars, Part Three: Bird of Prey

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When the woman of his dreams abruptly re-enters Robbin Nikalishin’s life, he woos and weds her, in sequences filled with both comedy and pathos. The Captain was hoping to find a soul mate to assuage his loneliness. Will this radical alteration in his life really be the answer to his difficulties? Or will the marriage turn out to be a disastrous and even tragic mistake? 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 on Feb. 11, 2018

This is the third part of the biographical novel about spacefarer Robbin Nikalishin. It continues the interweaving of a life story with science fiction in a post-dystopian setting. Focussing as it does on Robbie's courtship and marriage, its emphasis is once more on the personal and psychological, rather than on travels into space. An exception is a trip to the Mars colony, which I found intensely interesting and quite plausible. Only near the end is the topic of quantum space travel reintroduced, which makes me eager to read the next book. In the meantime, the Captain's romantic ructions and persistent psychological demons make for an entertaining and absorbing read.
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