The Tabernacle of Legion by Kevin Schillo

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There are many things you can count on while reading this well-written, hard science fiction novel. A strongly developed storyline and stable characters are two of those things. As far as I know, the science is spot on, something that added to the plot line for me because it could be a reality. An element I love about hard science fiction stories.

I love science. I’m a huge supporter of it. I only hope to live long enough to see some of the things in this novel come to fruition. That being said, all the technical language became tiresome to read after a while.

And maybe it’s because I’m not a scientist, only a science enthusiast that I found my attention easily drawn away from the story time-to-time. There were many moments where the heavy dialogue and the repetitiveness made it a struggle to keep going.

The ending left me with a lot of questions, but then I read the author’s bio on Amazon and this is book one in a series. So if you read this novel and find yourself yelling, “but what about. . . ” like I did, have no fear, a number two is in the works.

Grab your copy!


T I T L E: The Tabernacle of Legion

A U T H O R: Kevin Schillo

P U B L I S H • D A T E : July 16, 2017

P U B L I S H E R: Kevin Schillo

I S B N:  9781521846049

 Science Fiction, Hard Science Fiction, Fantasy


In the midst of a golden era of space travel, an alien artifact is discovered in the asteroid belt. The artifact seems to defy fundamental laws of physics, and it is at least three billion years old. In an attempt to learn more about the artifact, NASA launches the most advanced spacecraft ever built, crewed by the most qualified men and women in the astronaut corps. But they are not alone in their endeavor. A being from the dawn of human history with a mysterious connection to the enigmatic aliens has been awakened, and he will stop at nothing to reach the artifact and claim its power for himself. And what they discover will be beyond anything they could have imagined.

I received a copy via the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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