Captain Ryvenbark has a dozen men and women in his squad. They are facing two million savage fighters but to him, the odds are about even, so he thinks.
The Molochs seem to be born to fight. Being the most savage warriors in the galaxy they're certainly the worst thing could happen to the Aristolans.
Powerful intergalactic CEO Belen Morganthal can't let the only genetically perfect race in the universe fall and disappear into eternity, a race that knows no evil and shows a gleaming beauty.
She is the only one with the means to carry out such an enterprise and the only one with the secret to convince Logan Ryvenbark to accept such an inconceivable mission. Captain Ryvenbark may be just the one having any chance against the Molochs, but he doesn't like suicide missions.
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The premise and characters are engaging. Nice mix of motivations and action. Robots, synthetic being and alien beings all great stuff.
Unfortunately due to the narration the characters came across flat and the same.
Mark Turetski, Phil Chenivert and actually Karen Savage, Stories are written with meter, tenor and flow and should be read with them intact. Words without "R" on the end should never be pronounced with an R added. Steve has a pleasant voice and undoubtedly the skills will come with time and practice.
I liked the story, but hard to get involved enough for an extreme reaction.
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