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   Mahgur, The, by Steve Messick  
  Novel, first publication in 2009
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      The third Empyrean intergalactic adventure spanning time and space.

    As the Empyrean wave goes out further into the universe, what of the mysterious Mahgur? In the distant past they had created a jewel of immense power that vaporized their entire galaxy. Now the single surviving ethereal Mahgur must find the lost crystal that will again bring it supreme power in our realm.

    The Mahgur has discovered the location of its precious gemstone and realized the threat Empyrean poses to its goals. The Mahgur distracts Empyrean and the Calaren with personal and planetary chaos while it retrieves the powerful gem. When the crystal is on its way, Empyrean is forced into the Mahgur realm. Their very souls will be tested as they are subjected to mental coercion and emotional torture to try and make them destroy themselves from within.

    Will Ivy become a handicap when she defends herself against the evil entity that returns and wants to possess her very mind and soul? Will the ethereal Uloans prove to be friends or foes? Will Empyrean survive all these trials and stop the phantom from making our universe his personal playground of sadistic delight, end up trapped in the Mahgur realm or destroyed by the ‘Jewel of Empowerment?’

      Part of series  
  • Empyrean (#3)

      Related theme(s)  
  • Galactic Empires, Leagues & Federations

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