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The first three books in Anthony Melchiorri’s wildly popular Eternal Frontier series

Eternal Frontier

It was a time of peace, prosperity, and exploration. But when an unexpected attack cripples the SRES Argo, it appears that time has come to an end. Alone in the far reaches of space, Tag Brewer is the ship’s only survivor, and he vows to do everything in his power to seek justice for his fallen crew. But when Tag uncovers a sinister secret about those who attacked the Argo, he realizes far more is at stake than just his survival.

Edge of War

An insidious alien race is waging an interstellar war, enslaving any civilization they encounter to carry out their galactic rampage. Now they have set their sights on mankind. Tag Brewer is a medical scientist, not a ship’s captain, but as humanity’s survival is at stake, he must lead a ragtag crew of humans, a skeptical alien, and a synthetic life form into the depths of enemy territory in hopes of forming an uneasy alliance with a group of aliens fleeing from the destruction.

Shattered Dawn

The Drone-masters are coming, and Earth has no idea. Medical scientist by training and ship’s captain by circumstance, Tag Brewer leads a band of aliens, a few humans, and a synthetic life-form into the deepest reaches of unexplored space. They may be all that stands between humanity and utter annihilation. It’s up to Tag’s crew to unveil the shroud of secrecy surrounding the Drone-masters. He must destroy them before they destroy Earth.

©2019 Anthony Melchiorri (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing

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Good Space Opera

Good creative story. Few cuss words. Could do without taking God’s name in vain. Wonderfully nuanced development of Tag and the aliens that he learned to trust. Worth the time to listen.

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Predictable at times.

last book was ok, but too predictable at times. I will still recommend. continuing to book 4.

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Amazing series

Tbh I'm not a huge star wars or star trek fan but have always love sci-fi movies and books.
This series is great keeps you interested through every chapter and hope one day they make a tv series. I have also finished his tide series and am a huge fan of his works.

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So much potential, but just ok

Not great but not the worst. It sits really in the middle. The first book was hard to get engaged in while the other two had a little more content. The end was so quick and a little disappointing honestly. Not a fan of the narrator's rhythm. I found myself constantly getting sidetracked and having to rewind throughout all three books. This story had a lot of potential and had a few opportunities to get really interesting but never seem to really grab me. I will still check out the author and see what else he has done.

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A Geat Thrilling Scifi Piece!

A true fun scifi listen, with a gripping story and interesting characters spanning hours and hours of easily flowing dialogue.

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It has a good story, but wordy

A good plot. If more time was spent on the actual plot and less on internal drama and doubt it would be better. Way too much time is wasted in the details of fights with various aliens. Yes, there is a fight with some creature. Inner thoughts and punch by punch discriptions don't add to the strategy and mission. Way too much time is spent on navel-gazing inner monologue. Dramatic pauses constantly, the slow melodramatic dialog at times that belabors the points that are being made. Hero seems a bit Low-T, not because he isn't barbarian enough, but because he doesn't seem to think like a man.

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Had promise but didnt deliver.

The story was good enough to keep my attention but the constant use of GD made it hard to finish. The author uses GD and gods be damn (which is really no better ) like it's a exclamation point. Lots of us old fashioned people really do not like hearing the lord's name be blasphemed. Besides that he made the supposed intelligent hero of the book seem like an idiot when confronted by problems. He acted like he couldn't think his way out of a cardboard box at times. The over all story and characters were good and the author has potential . That said with all the blasphemy I dont think I will ever listen to the book again. I'm willing to try another title by the author but if the blasphemy continues in other books by him , I will not be reading or listening to anymore of his stuff.

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The story got better

I like the book and the story got better looking forward to the next book.

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If your looking for popcorn

This seems to be a good story but the writing is very juvenile with certain descriptions and phrases repeated multiple times. The story itself is also not terribly imaginative and the characters are not well developed. A good read if your looking for some popcorn or desert it offers no real substance and does not make a good meal.

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It would be a good children's book

Its narrarated as if a child is listening to it, and there are odd descriptions that belong in a children's book, like "tag jumped at the collector" when tag is supposedly across the room. like an anime jump.

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  • 10-30-19

absorbing

after a bit of a slow start ( just my personal opinion) this space adventure became an imaginative absorbing page turner with only work and sleep interrupting my reading
AJM is fast becoming one of my favourite authors

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  • CJSILV
  • 01-27-21

You have to listen to it

A great book series loved the story great narration 5 stars I highly recommend listening to this book 👍👍👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-21-20

Slow

Found this story very slow, it dragged on and on. I was expecting some real action but got none.

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