1 edition of The relic war found in the catalog.
The relic war
Written in English
While working in a mine on another planet, Daniel Coldstar finds a powerful relic that may help him escape from the masters who have stolen his memories.
|Series||Daniel Coldstar -- #1|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.1.P38527 Re 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||294|
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Daniel Coldstar: The Relic War was a pretty good book; however the characters were not well introduced. Later on in the story I started to understand who the characters were, but every time a character was in a sentence, I had to think back about who 4/5(38).
I just finished reading Daniel Coldstar: The Relic War and I am already missing Daniel and the other characters. I was swallowed up by the book and loved spending time in the worlds of the book. The descriptions were so vivid that I felt immersed in the world of Daniel Coldstar - the beautiful, the heart wrenching and the mind-boggling world of /5(14).
If you have a Civil War relic or a collection of Civil War relics that you would like to sell, then please contact me; I am always interested in buying new items. I am interested in everything from individual items to boxes of miscellaneous dug Civil War relics. Relic is the first book in the Pendergast series co-written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
I'd heard of the books and knew they were highly recommended, but I never dove into them. Recently, a blogger friend suggested I give the series a chance (thanks Mae), so I 4/5.
Those are all great books. I also have many others including a book on collecting old locks, several marble ID books, many bottle ID books, the Stanley Phillips books on civil war relics, 3 different books on revolutionary war and colonial era relics, and plenty of others.