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Cascadia Prime is an apocalyptic story of three men who are sent to the far reaches of space to make friends and help save the people of Earth. Viggo, who is possibly a relative of Bigfoot, is selected to go on this mission. Hanini, an Hawaiian Kahuna is also chosen, as is General East - the quintessential military leader. These three very different men have to learn how to get along, escape one group of natives on a distant planet, and make friends with another group. Their goal is to get the friendly natives to build spaceships, send them to Earth, and bring the people of Earth to this distant planet to settle. 

Will they be successful? What surprises will they encounter along the way? What does each of these three men have to offer to ensure the success of this mission? 

Cascadia Prime - in memory of the US Pacific Northwest - affectionately known as Cascadia.

©2016 Dale Stubbart (P)2018 Dale Stubbart

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  • 03-08-21

An Okay SF Short

Liked this book. Good read. Kept me interested. I have read/listened to several of Dale Stubbart's short stories, as another reviewer stated, some are good, other one's just okay. I have to say though Craig Long did a good job of narrating. I received this audiobook from FABC and this is my voluntary unbiased review.

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A very odd short

I’ve listened some stubbart that I enjoyed and some not as much. This falls in the latter category. Was just kind of disjointed in both characters and concepts for me. The narration was well done. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Short and Sweet

This is a short quick listen. Therefore there is no time for plot or character development. An interesting story none the less. Very simple and to the point.

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.