Movement III of the
Master Symphony Trilogy 

March of the Free

in C Major

By Keith A. Robinson

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Science-fiction/Space Opera
Recommended for ages 10 - adult
Contains mild violence

Includes 8 Character Sketches by artist Laura Hollingsworth

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SYNOPSIS:

War has engulfed the Twin Galaxies!

 

The evil Overlord Araklial has returned from banishment. He has brought turmoil and grief to the known universe for the past seven years. During that time, Khalen Daedark and his Arranger companions have worked tirelessly to root out Tritonus infiltrators. Their efforts are aided by a mysterious source known only as the Modulator.

 

But the war is not going well for the Major and Perfect races. Outer planets have fallen to the enemy, and even the core worlds are now threatened.

 

In a desperate attempt to halt the advance of the invading forces, Khalen and the others must make questionable alliances and undertake dangerous covert missions into the heart of enemy territory. Now they must seek out the Lost Ensemble of Harmony in order to strike a counterpoint to Araklial’s dissonance and drive back his army. 

 

March of the Free revisits the themes and motifs from Movements I and II and brings the Master Symphony to a rousing conclusion. Enter one final time into a universe of alien technologies and exotic worlds – a universe where music flows through creation as a spiritual energy shaped by powerful maestros for either harmony or discord.

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ENDORSEMENTS:

When readers of Science Fiction and Fantasy dare to try a new author, they want to be taken to a place they haven’t visited before. Master Symphony by Keith Alan Robinson transports you to galaxies and worlds unlike anything I’ve ever read.

 

Incredible music magic mingles with compelling advanced tech as original races of beings fight for relics so powerful that they could alter the course of the universe. The first chapter hits you like a power chord, and the transcendent melody hits the heart and draws you deeply into a concerto so captivating that you’ll find yourself pondering it long after the last page. The Master Symphony will rock your world.

         Wayne Thomas Batson

         Bestselling Author of The Door Within Trilogy  

Map of the Twin Galaxies

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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN Fugue for the Sacred Songbook:

  • How can a God of love allow pain and suffering?

  • How do we determine what is true?

  • Is truth relative?

  • How should we respond to prejudice from others?

  • Why should we forgive others who have wronged us?

  • How does our longing for beauty point to evidence for God?