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The Warrior Within review Ä eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Angus McIntyre makes his debut with The Warrior Within a mind bending science fiction adventure about a man with many people living in his headKarsman has a dozen different people living in his head each the master of a different set of skills and hoping to gain mastery of KarsmanE to find what they're looking for they begin to ratchet up their measures separating the men from the women instigating violent encounters and eventually staging a coup against the Muljaddy and his TempleFaced with the task of protecting his uiet town and a woman he might love from the commandos who could want to kill her Karsman must balance between maintaining his personality and harnessing the personas whose skills he desperately nee. Three men cross the wastelands to a strip town along the Road They've come to kill a woman The only person seemingly in their way is unofficial mayor Karsman Officially Not in Charge but Karsman's brain houses multiple personalities that could mean the difference between life and death for the huntedWhile not going to thrill many The Warrior Within is a competent novel It's short but rarely strays from its compact plot while still developing a world and characters in it Karsman gets the most focus and is distinctly a reluctant hero While shaping Karsman's voice his other personalities named by function like Warrior Diplomat and Strategist likewise have their own aims and tone Karsman and his personalities easily double the cast of characters with the rest functional but a little flat In particular the villains of the story don't really have much going on beyond menacingThere's no indication that this novel is setting up a series but it could It takes place on a backwaters world in a larger universe and hints at what could be beyond this small town its benevolent autocracy and the people scraping by If anything The Warrior Within did a better job of setting up future works than telling this story but it's by no means bad

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Sistence wages and enough food to survive Surrounded by artifacts of a long dead civilization the population survives off its salvage with Karsman eking out an uneventful life as the unofficial mayor of his small townBut that life is soon interrupted when a group of commandos arrive coming from the wastelands as only off worlders could They've come to kill a woman or so they say At first the commandos merely threaten as they search Unabl. This was a great novella Because of the size about 170 pages there was not as great character development as there would be in a full novel That being said the few characters we were introduced to were interesting There was an element of mystery suspense throughout that was enjoyable What I really loved was the world building The author took his time with it and left me wanting to know

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The Warrior WithinAngus McIntyre makes his debut with The Warrior Within a mind bending science fiction adventure about a man with many people living in his headKarsman has a dozen different people living in his head each the master of a different set of skills and hoping to gain mastery of Karsman’s body He survives on a backwater planet dominated by the Muljaddy a mostly ambivalent religious autocracy where devotion and prayer can be traded in for sub. There's some promise here but I've read several novellas lately that were perfect at that length This one seems to be undecided about whether it should be a short story or a novel and I'm fairly sure that novella is the one length that is wrong for it Gosh another book set on a dusty future planet with scraps of past tech and a road circling the planet No giant trains this time but the Temples are close But it's OK this one stays away from the many plots I've seen on such planets And maybe I've seen shucks I'm not really the sheriff but someone has ta do it a few times Again once we have that it isn't belaboured further I liked the part where K figured out the terms of engagement for the three Bad Guys Didn't much care for the ending but any kind of hint earlier would have spoiled it As another reviewer said this has promise but somehow it never uite engaged me I never felt the need to say Just a minute dear I have to finish this chapter NOWI'll watch for a novel by this author