The Key

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Earth is a fabled planet long lost to the invading Ta'Reeth. With humanity scattered amongst the stars, there is little hope for survival, much less peace. That is until T'Sula Mir, a Bakeeron woman trained by monks in the ancient fighting arts of her home is thrust into the heart of the struggle. Only T'Sula has the ability to bring peace to a galaxy ravaged by generations of war. More
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About Brian Fisher

I was born and raised in North East Oregon, traveled the world for a couple of years (South Korea, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Kosovo, Macedonia, and of course most of the 50 United States), and finally came to rest in Central Ohio. Most of my travels were courtesy of the U.S. Army, where I was a Helicopter mechanic and Crew Chief for eight years(CH-47D Chinook and AH-64A Apache). My education includes the University of Maryland, Central Texas College, Stark State College of Technology, and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. I am currently enrolled at the University of North Dakota for Mechanical Engineering.

I love to write. It's something that I picked up while I was deployed to Kosovo so many years ago. I ran out of books to read, so I decided to try to write something that I would want to read, and I was hooked. I write constantly. Even when I'm not actively writing, I'm thinking about my characters and stories, so it is an ongoing process.

I hope that you enjoy my writing as much as I enjoy doing it.

Also in Series: The T'Sula Mir Chronicles

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Review by: Lisa Montgomery on Dec. 12, 2013 :
I happened to stumble over this book, and am very surprised by the depth of characters and the imagination. It is well written, an entertaining read. I hope it gets made into a video game!
Good for you Brian!
- Lisa
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Review by: catghost on July 26, 2013 :
I have mixed thoughts on this book and although I enjoyed it, I was glad when I finished it. On the plus side, it was well written and the the author has a lot of good ideas. The characters were well flashed out and believable.

On the other hand it was to busy. There are six different character Point-of-Views and shortly after the start each on of these was in continuous, different, action. Which never stopped to allow the readers to catch their breath. Things calmed down later and some of the characters even managed to meet up but we still ended up switching viewpoints every chapter. The result of all this was that by the end of the book I was left feeling like I had just run a marathon.
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Review by: olddiver on Jan. 30, 2013 :
Good book! I don't write a review on a lot of books,but really enjoyed this one.Can't wait for the sequel. Good job Brian!
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Review by: Lynette on June 4, 2012 :
Enjoyed the book and couldn't put it down, wanting to know what happened to all the interesting characters. Well written with good emotional depth. Apart from a few spelling mistakes it was a very good read.
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Review by: redrider69 on Jan. 7, 2012 : (no rating)
a well written book that holds your attention.the action propels you forward making it hard to put down.while based in the future with alien races it has a distinct humanistic relationship allowing the reader to relate to the characters emotions and actions.i would recommend the book to any one with an interest in science fiction or action.eagerly awaiting the sequel.
(reviewed 35 days after purchase)
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