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10 thoughts on “The Star Bell The Cendrillon Cycle #3

  1. says:

    This story was everything I hoped it would be Lots of interesting connections to the previous two stories in the C

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    I cannot even express how much I’ve enjoyed “The Cendrillon Cycle” books by Stephanie Ricker I don’t even normally think of

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    I really enjoyed this story Great continuation from The Cinder's Tale and connects back to events in The Battle of Castle Nebula It starts a little slow but stick with it and discover a fun and action packed sci fi story

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    The only thing better than nautical adventures are nautical adventures IN SPACEThe Star Bell is significantly larger than the first book and subseuent short story but even so it moves by at a fast clip There's a lot of action going on here and Ricker knows how to end a chapter with a good cliffhanger Expect to read for longer than you intendedMy favorite part of the previous Cendrillon stories was the world building and

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    I love these characters and this universe I find myself wishing for a TV series because then I'd get a new story every week Loved the way this continued the journey of the characters from A Cinder's Tale in unexpected ways and the way it expanded the universe The ending felt abrupt I checked to make sure I hadn't missed a chapter

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    Are you ready for a nautical adventure set in the vastness of space charted and uncharted?'The Star Bell' is the third installment in Stephanie Ricker's highly intriguing series The Cendrillon Cycle For readers who are new to the series it would be best if you start with A Cinder's Tale a short story published

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    This is the most fully realized of the three volumes in the Cendrillon Cycle thus far Ricker as author manages a fascinating juggling act in this volume in particular Still present are the fairy tale origins to the story but cloaked inside t

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    This book did not disappoint For the third book in the series the plot simultaneously expands and answers old uestions It is also the longest book to date and makes me wonder fiercely where the story will go next Elsa and her faithful team end up exploring far reaches of space old mysteries from their past and how far they can trust each another How many fellow fans are there for this Cendrillon Cycle? I want to know if you also

  10. says:

    Star Bell was an enjoyable story The imagery is beautiful and i love her design for the ships Tt reminds me a bit of something out of treasure planet maybe The only reason i'm not giving it a full five stars is for the language I was very disappointed to find at least four instances of H and two D This was jarring and comp

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Territory Elsa is determined to find out what lies beyond the star bell or perish in the attempt But life aboard a Fleet frigate isn't at all how she dreamed and old ties to the Tremaine Mining Company and to her past on Anser are. I love these characters and this universe I find myself wishing for a TV series because then I d get a new story every week Loved the way this continued the journey of the characters from A Cinder s Tale in unexpected ways and the way it expanded the universe The ending felt abrupt I checked to make sure I hadn t missed a chapter at the end but was mostly satisfying But there d better be books coming It d be cruel to end it here

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The Star Bell The Cendrillon Cycle #3

Not so easily severedPick up the story where A Cinder's Tale published in the internationally best selling anthology Five Glass Slippers left off And don't miss the first volume in The Cendrillon Cycle The Battle of Castle Nebula. This is the most fully realized of the three volumes in the Cendrillon Cycle thus far Ricker as author manages a fascinating juggling act in this volume in particular Still present are the fairy tale origins to the story but cloaked inside the genre robe of science fiction and space travel So what we have here is a uniue story and a third part of thus far a trilogy of tales that has the arduous task of furthering the story telling us things we did not know so far and as trilogies tend to do letting us know certain things we thought we knew we were mistaken aboutThough the author claims the work to be imperfect I have to give Ricker credit for the mastery of her craft Her science fiction elements have the grit analytics and specifications of an Asimov or Heinlein The fantasy plot points and set pieces are well imagined intriguing and if anything underemployed in my opinion The characters she employs and the dialogue they have between one another is striking to me None of her characters are ignorant or talk with anything other than near perfect intelligence and politeness with few notable exceptions This reminds me of Tolkien s works and here as within his works it serves to band the characters together closely and show the juxtaposition and impact of the harsh environs on the otherwise sensible and intelligent characters It does not go unnoticed The author did a great job of pacing throughout the novel Many of the chapters end on a cliffhanger tantalizing the reader to just read a bit Just savor a bit I feel like that was my feeling after completing the novel I wanted Sometimes this can be a bad thing with a novel but I think I wanted for the right reasons The book ends in such a way that it can be the jumping off point for another novel or another series of novels The political military and romantic implications of the ending leave open near endless options for creativity and intrigue for future generations of readers I think in time this author will pay off that expectation and desire to learn about the extraordinary universe she has crafted At least that s my hope

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Elsa Vogel has left her cinder’s life behind to sail with her companions aboard the Sovereign as it embarks on an exploratory mission The crew’s destination is past the star bell the last marker of civilization into uncharted. I really enjoyed this story Great continuation from The Cinder s Tale and connects back to events in The Battle of Castle Nebula It starts a little slow but stick with it and discover a fun and action packed sci fi story