• Freedom's Fire Box Set, Books 1-6

  • The Complete Military Space Opera Series
  • By: Bobby Adair
  • Narrated by: Greg Tremblay
  • Length: 38 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (3,083 ratings)

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Freedom's Fire Box Set, Books 1-6

By: Bobby Adair
Narrated by: Greg Tremblay
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The best-selling, epic space adventure, Freedom's Fire: the complete series of six audiobooks, in one box set.

It was never a question of if the aliens would come, it was only ever when. 

The first interstellar war, a generation ago, left humanity enslaved. Now, humans fight in the armies of their masters to save themselves from annihilation. 

At least, that's what the propaganda insists is true. What the layers of lies keep hidden is how badly the new war is going for the people of earth.

Now, it's Dylan Kane's turn to blast into the heavens and join the battle, but what his masters don't know is that, by putting a weapon in his hands, they're giving him the key to unlocking his hopes of freedom.

When the rail-gun slugs are tearing through his ship and the vacuum is sucking the life out of his wounded friends, will Dylan's years of repressed rage turn into enough bravery to make his dream come true?

The Freedom's Fire series in this special edition includes:

  • Audiobook one: Freedom's Fire
  • Audiobook two: Freedom's Fury
  • Audiobook three: Freedom's Fray
  • Audiobook four: Freedom's Fist
  • Audiobook five: Freedom's Fall
  • Audiobook six: Freedom's Fate

A number one Amazon.com best seller in space marine science fiction.

©2019 Bobby L. Adair (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Not Recommend.

The author has written a interesting world, unfortunately the characters are all pricks.

I thought I'd give it time but I keep listening to it I enjoy it less and less. it's depressing, the characters hate each other and constantly squabble about stupid things. The main character is a prick, who keeps picking a fight with pretty much anyone he meets.

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Worth a listen. But sadly 100% bipolar characters.

Its definitely worth your time but you will want to play it at 1.35x speed. The voice guy drags it out painfully. 1.35 will restore it to normal talking speed.

I went through the box set in the last 48hrs and have no regrets just frustrations with the voice, plot, action and characters.

EVERY Single main character in the book interacts with every other character like an absolute 100% aggressive, angry, confrontational, emotional wrecks that cannot talk without dropping constant shitty remarks at everyone back and forth at every possible moment but then they flip a switch and morph into Seal Team Six. Then they are espousing their unending love and trust and respect for each other only to cut right back to yelling and being asses to each other like some bipolar nightmare.

First Two books feel polished but then 3 through 6 feel rushed out and will leave you feeling it.

The author simply introduces magical new technology to move the plot forward or goes full magical and tosses in a boom at kills 15 ships or 100 ships in order to balance the books to get the plot to match up.

The main characters seem to be able to go head on face to face with enemies outnumbered by 50 to 1 in chaotic gunfights and are shooting through armor killing them with single shots like james bond or a couple shots will tear apart the armor like its made of paper. Amor in space, wouldnt it just get a tiny hole? If you shoot a car with bullets it just gets holes, its not going to send the doors flying away torn apart like paper, right? Especially something made and hardened as combat armor and space suit. Something that can fly at 30g and handle vacuum will just get a hole punched through from bullets... Physics?

Many times it feels like the main characters might as well be pro MMA fighters unleashed on a kindergarten playground in a fist fight against blind children. That's how almost every battle plays out againts the aliens except for when the author want to move the plot along by blowing up a ship or 100 friendly ships or killing off one of the handful of hollow character that seem created just so he has one to kill. Then its right back to the main character being the god of war and unstoppable killing 60000 aliens with no effort.

I see now at the end of the review I have more frustrations than I originally thought :(

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Fantastic series I never knew I needed.

One of the better sci fi series I've come across. I love the way the main characters' basic telepathy and mind reading somewhat blurs the line between narrator and story dialogue. Bryce is my man, absolutely love that guy.

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This was better than the reviews let on that it was.

I listen to a lot of books and this was a nice concept. I really enjoyed the first person perspective. The story takes a little while to flesh out characters ,but we get lots of character development as time passes. A pleasure to listen to as the miles go by on my commute. Thanks for a pleasant listen :)

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This is a great military space adventure.

Never wanted it to end! It's pretty much a man book, full of a$$ kicking band of space brothers. Smartly written with creative tactical planning. Very well read with gemreat character seperation so it's easy to follow. Loved it!

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Best space opera since Battlestar Galactica

This tale hooked me and reeled me in without a fight.
Greg Tremblay is fantastic. Made me laugh, frown, gasp. His first person narrative is exceptional.
Mr. Tremblay's delivery is so believable that my tendency to correct an author's grammar was replaced with acceptance that this was the way the characters were talking and I only lamented their lack of schooling 😉

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Overall good book..... but

the only issue I had with the book which is my opinion was a big one almost every character seemed to have a very negative attitude and after listening the book for 36 hours you really start to feel negative yourself. it is a dystopian environment the one wishes for a couple more emotional highs.

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Its interesting

I originally was not going to get this series from the reviews on Amazon(the book review). The critique of first person narrative had me thinking that book had done a poor job in that regard and getting a whole series was a waste. I just finished book 1. I can honestly say I don't understand critique. I thought the first person narrative was nicely done. The concept of not knowing what everyone is doing at any given moment, actually adds interest for me. So...if you read those reviews....subtract some credibility.

On the first book, there are some flaws....mainly, I have a hard time with the fight scenes....generally, its that I have a hard time picturing what is actually going on and what choices the MC has within that picture. I either felt that he was super human(which, I guess he does have a bug in his head), or too simplistic in tactics(which is an explained flaw for all "parties" in this book) The bug in his head seems to be only a plus in this first book....although I keep feeling that this is all a dream sequence and we are going to find out this is all a simulation. The tactic aspect is less excusable and less interesting. This is the larger flaw in the book. I am never impressed by the tactics or immediate battle choices in the book...big flaw.

However, the character back stories, the possible paths that can flow from those back stories....it is really interesting. Think evil twin.

I think its worth a credit...the first book supports that. Is the entire series worth it...not sure, will update when I get there.(assuming I remember)

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Wishing it never ended. Great Book

Great book. Underdogs coming through with skill and luck. Mostly luck! plus Grey romance for the lolz

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Great Space Opera at a bargain

This is a great book series if you love space opera Scifi. I feel bad spending so little for the entire series. It's that good. The main character is relatable, flawed, and lucky. Other characters are similar in their own way. Really glad I bought this.

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