Fleet Admiral Jeremy Strong is determined to preserve the planet Gaia as the new home of the lost fleets. Unfortunately, a new and frightening danger from the destroyed Dyson Sphere threatens to undo everything he has fought for.
Kazak, the AI on the Originator ship, has his own agenda. The Humans and Altons will either do as he demands or he will destroy them. Can Fleet Admiral Strong outsmart the two-million-year-old AI or is he doomed to failure?
Admiral Tolsen has found the Dyson Sphere in the home galaxy. However, he will have to fight to keep control of it as research teams work frantically to discover its secrets before it's too late. Both the Simulins and the Shari are determined to destroy Tolsen's fleet and take the Dyson Sphere for themselves.
Both galaxies erupt into war as the titanic struggle for supremacy continues. If the Simulins win, then all hope is lost as they will destroy all organic life. If the Shari win, they will use the science and technology in the Dyson Sphere to conquer the home galaxy and destroy the Human Federation of Worlds.
©2016 Raymond L. Weil (P)2016 Raymond L. Weil
Little or no character development. Made it difficult to care. This was made even more did I culture by the harsh Naration techique.
This is by far the best series I have ever heard and my hat goes off to Raymond Weil for creating it and Liam Owen for Narrating it. Now I don't know how to write in depth reviews like others but this series has had the same impact on me as the original Star Wars Trilogy did. I am currently beyond the top level 'Master' on Audible and military space scifi is all I read. I have put the hours in with other authors but never have I come across a series as imaginative and totally absorbing as this. I hope that this series just continues on and on and if it is to come to an end then perhaps an idea for a spinoff series could be the rise and rise of the Originators and there reasons for building such powerful weapons...
Till the next one.
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