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Kill the bad guys. Save the Galaxy. All in a hard day’s work. 

Eddie and Julianna are hell-bent on tracking down Vas and making him pay for his crimes. He’s armed and dangerous, and to make matters worse, he’s on the hunt for a devastating weapon that could bring destruction to the Federation and all its people.

Someone has to stop him.

Eddie and Julianna, along with her trusty E.I. named Pip, must seek out the expertise of specialists who can break into the enemy’s network. That’s the key to beating Vas. They’ll also need more pilots and better ships.

But as Ghost Squadron grows, so do the dangers on the fringe of Federation space. They still don’t know who is behind all the attacks - the one pulling the Brotherhood’s strings - but no matter what, they’re going to bring this faceless enemy down. 

Whatever it takes. 

Experience this exciting military sci-fi saga and the latest addition to the expanded Kurtherian Gambit Universe. If you’re a fan of Mass Effect, Firefly, or Star Wars, you’ll love this riveting new space opera.

*NOTE: If cursing is a problem, then this might not be for you.

©2017 Sarah Noffke, Michael Anderle (P)2018 LMBPN Publishing

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Best combination of Syfy with Fantacy

i like Hatch, but he is predictable. I keep coming back to these books to hear more about Larse and hopefully - his family. I imagine him being key to aligning his species and the Federation in establishing a Species-Collaboration in their universe.

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Another great effort!

Another great effort from authors Sarah Noffke, J.N. Chaney, Michael Anderl & narrator Chris Abernathy My second read from the collaborative efforts of authors Sarah Noffke, J.N. Chaney & Michael Anderle. In the beginning, the pace slows down but the tension ramps up only to speed up again. Well-written with well-developed, memorable characters. An exciting, enjoyable read. Narrator Chris Abernathy again adds greatly to the book’s enjoyment. I can’t wait for Ghost Squadron #3.

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Enjoyable Space Opera

This is the second in the series and part of a broader collection of stories. I haven't read other entries in the multiverse and don't feel as though I was missing anything. However, I do recommend listening to book 1 of the Ghost Squadron series, as this book builds on the first.

This was a fun, enjoyable book. We get more background on our crew and meet a few more members, and I'm liking how the team is slowly coming together. We get more action in this story, with skirmishes and and some tense moments as we watch things unfold.

The narration is getting better although I would like a more diverse range of male voices. But with a n ensemble cast, and a growing number of characters, the narrator does pretty well overall. This is well worth a listen and I'm off to grab the third audiobook soon.

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Get On It

The team is back and as they are still putting together their top team (hey if you DM me I will give you my address, I am sure I can help somehow), in between running a few errands here and there. But all in all things are coming together for Ghost Squadron.

As innocuous as I might have made this sound trust me there is still a lot of action and suspense in this book and if you are lucky enough to have the audio, which if you have not tried, well what is stopping you? Chris Abernathy is an awesome narrator for these books, he makes you feel like you are part of Ghost Squadron, hum, maybe they have been to my house. Anyways this is a wonderful book/audio and I really can't wait for book 3 so get Hatch and Pip on it will ya?

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Rough and tumble

This is the second book I’ve read/listened to by the collaboration of these authors. This book is much better than the first. Apparently Sara Noffke has more involvement in this book and the remainder of the series.

Julianna is an enhanced human soldier and she’s kick ass. She’ll let others have their share of the action, but once they are ineffective, she cleans up. Eddie is a sarcastic, fly by seat of his pants kinda guy. Hatch is an Octopus-like being who’s the innovator and builds them all kinds of ships and weapons that are unmatched. There are other equally, diverse characters in their crew. They all get into many conflicts and squeeze out of them due to their expertise, luck, and Hatch’s toys. Which is good, because it’s up to them to stop Vas and save the galaxy.

This is the second book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Chris Abernathy) there was improvement with the narration too. Eddie does not yell as much when talking. Hatch’s voice is still gravelly and sounds like he’s yelling but it seemed more subdued. It seems whenever Chris uses the gravelly style voice, the character also has the drill-Sargent yell. Julianna’s voice isn’t always distinct, so occasionally I’d think it was Eddie speaking. He has good cadence when reading, but the voices need work.

There are no explicit sex scenes, or excessive violence. There is some swearing.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.
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Great book

Loved the narrator. He did a great job. Really enjoyed the way new characters are added a lil each time in the books. Not all added at once in book 1. I’m off to purchase the next in the series.

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Edge Of My Seat

It doesn't matter if you've read this book before, even if you've read multiple times, listening to this series with the words written by Sarah Noffke and read by Chris Abernathy will have you sitting on the edge of your seat! Especially love his rendering of one of my favorite KGU characters , Hatch, that now that I'm reading the newest series that he is also featured in, I hear Chris's voice in my head each time Hatch speaks. Listening to this series is definitely worth your time! An added benefit of using Alexa's Echo Dot in listening distance of most of my rooms, I can take the story with me as I move room to room doing my chores. I'm not admitting anything, but this book may have something to do with my chores being done more thoroughly lately 🤔! LOL I was almost at the end last night as I finished up the dishes and found myself deep cleaning the stove while I continued to listen. Anyone who really knows me will confirm how unusual this is since I hated doing chores any longer than the minimum! But there I was, cleaning out the stove for the third time this week! lol Highly recommend this book both to read and then to listen to.

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Falling down is key, as well as getting up.

Although billed as military science fiction, and, yes, the crew of Archangel are fighting their way through the multiverse, this has the feel more of a space romp. Captained by a rather juvenile personality, even if he's a dependable, hard fighting, hard drinking rogue, and an exceedingly old, but ever young and beautiful, genetically modified woman, given the right weapons they can conquer with ease any foe they encounter. And given the weapons they are. The hardware comes virtue of a genius, eight armed inventor engineer and more cerebral assistance is boosted in this episode with the addition of two new recruits: a super hacker and a female archeologist with a knowledge of numerous intergalactic languages. There are battles but concentration is on fun characters and lots of drinks at the bar in between.

Narration by Chris Abernathy is very good, with many character voices to perform, each one individual and sometimes outrageous. He moves along at a fine pace, echoing the text faithfully.
This is a fun series to hear. So get out the nachos and settle down for a relaxing, galaxy saving listen.

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A great add to this space story

I’m left with a few questions after this book but that’s good it means that if I’m patient I’ll get my answers. I’m finding I’m loving all of the characters in this series so far Hatch and Lars and even the dog along with all the other newcomers are making this story even better.

I love how Chris narrates you can hear the humor in his voice when need, the sternest when he’s reading say the general’s character. He can install fear in his tone when he’s reading one of the bad guys.

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Narrator has limited voices

Overall, I enjoyed the story. Lots of action and fun characters. But the narrator only seems to have two voices - a gravelly voice, with different levels of gravel, and his natural voice. He uses his natural voice for the narrative and the female characters, but all the male characters get different levels of gravel that aren't even consistent for each character. I dislike a gravelly voice to begin with, I think it is unpleasant to listen to, but the inconsistent usage also makes telling who is speaking extremely difficult.

Each of these separate series are supposed to be self contained within the series without needing to have read any of the other series. They are somewhat, but it is quite obvious that the reader is missing a lot of background information. That won't stop me from reading the rest of this series, but it provides incentive to start at the beginning of the Age of Expansion arc at the very least.