Spinspace: The Space of Spins (The Metaspace Chronicles Book 2)

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by Matthew Kennedy

Spinspace: The Space of Spins (The Metaspace Chronicles Book 2)

Spinspace: The Space of Spins (The Metaspace Chronicles Book 2)

by Matthew Kennedy

Spinspace continues the saga of a wizard's attempt to rebuild a fallen civilization. As Xander's school accepts its first class of student wizards, powerful forces seek to undermine all that is being built..including the fragile new Union of States.
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The Xander School is finally getting started, and students of many faiths are coming to Denver to learn the psi technology others call "magic". True talent does not discriminate, and while some of the young men and women might come with hidden agendas, all with ability are welcomed.

This openness, however, is not welcomed by all with power. When a secret plot threatens to destroy the School, will young wizards of different backgrounds stand together? And the delicate peace negotiated in book one (PATHSPACE - FREE on Kindle) is also under attack.

SPINSPACE continues the saga of a wizard's attempt to rebuild a fallen civilization. If you missed book one of The Metaspace Chronicles - PATHSPACE - it is still available FREE for Kindle on Amazon.

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Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels

Pages: 423

ASIN: B00YHRMG1I

Sales Rank: 1485791

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