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The Janus Syndrome

The Janus Syndrome Brash and headstrong Kevven Tomari is a freewheeling intergalactic agent trained by an ancient and mysterious race called the Builders to troubleshoot the hot spots of space This time a routine rescu

  • Title: The Janus Syndrome
  • Author: Steven E. McDonald
  • ISBN: 9780553149937
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Brash and headstrong, Kevven Tomari is a freewheeling intergalactic agent trained by an ancient and mysterious race called the Builders to troubleshoot the hot spots of space This time a routine rescue mission explodes into a series of wild escapades that finds him fending off the advances of a bevy of extraterrestrial beauties, fighting shoulder to tentacle with a madcapBrash and headstrong, Kevven Tomari is a freewheeling intergalactic agent trained by an ancient and mysterious race called the Builders to troubleshoot the hot spots of space This time a routine rescue mission explodes into a series of wild escapades that finds him fending off the advances of a bevy of extraterrestrial beauties, fighting shoulder to tentacle with a madcap colection of alien companions and leading an all out war against the deadliest beings in the universe a race known only as The Enemy But there s a wild card in this stacked deck, a revelation so awesome it will alter the cosmic balance of power for all eternity.

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    About "Steven E. McDonald"

    1. Steven E. McDonald

      Born on the edge of Sherwood Forest, ducking arrows ever since.

    718 Comments

    1. The cover drew me to the book: A man in cutaway tighty-whities and fishbowl helmet in a dramatic "action" pose, two women who'd have to put on more clothing in order to participate in a Victoria's Secret photoshoot, and some technology in the background. And in hindsight the guy looks like Robert Downey Junior in Tropic Thunder, which is incredibly distracting once you notice it.I would have been better off removing the cover, framing it, and throwing the rest away.It's told in the first person [...]


    2. Could do with a good editing and probably a re-write, but I still found that I had to finish it and quite liked it when I did.



    3. I wish you could see he cover of this book. That alone is worth its purchase. Basically, this book describes Shaft as a jedi.


    4. I don't think it is possible to improve upon the cover of this book. Well, maybe Sgt. Lincoln Osiris could pull his costume up a bit - it looks like he's got baggage.


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