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Publisher's Summary

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 railgun 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?

©2017 Bobby Adair (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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taking the war to the enemy

finally kade and his small fighting party are able to look at taking the war back to the enemy. but not with out some bumps in the road.

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The weakest book so far

I really like the series but this book was the most mundane so far.
It felt like a lot happened, while at the same time nothing happened.
I’m hoping the next book gets back on track or they could loose me.

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It could be so much better.

As far as sci-fi goes, it’s unimaginative and juvenile at best. I’d place this one in the action genre, because there is zero science going on.

The story is just not good. Wanted to give it a chance, but no.

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I really want this series to be good..

...it just does not seem to be happening. They've been good for listening to as I go about my day or chores, because I do not need to pay super-close attention to them. They are rather formulaic with no real twists, turns, or surprises. I can't give up on a series once I start though. Two more books to make the fireworks happen!

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still listening

I've gotten more into the story as it goes. Bobby Adair does a pretty good job. Greg Tremblay's excellent neration helps bring the story to life.

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meh

i liked it, but starting to blend together. theres no "big payoff". the love story is a bit boring- a bratty teenager demonstrating exactly why there are such things as "legal age". and the science is above my head a bit. its fun though.

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Good not great

The overall story is interesting, as in the arc of the action is interesting.

However the character development is severely lacking. For example, the main character takes a huge step forward in a personal relationship and the regulate it to a few paragraphs. They don’t build out character development. The author could really take their time and fill out the characters story, not every page needs to be riddled with action. Action is entertaining, but it is a lot more impactful if you have a strong tie to the characters. Which we don’t die to lack of character development.

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great series

I am loving this series, I will definitely recommend this to friends and family, great work

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If you like Gay Aliens...

In a strange way Danny waiting until the girl was 18 made him a perv to me 🤷🏽‍♂️. I'd been hitting it from day one. My biggest issue with the book is Phil having sex with the Alien to make matters so much worse he change his name from Nick to Nikky to try and normalize ummm no buddy. Listening to the Sifi books I've came across my far share of faggots but smashing a alien that actually looks like an alien and is a man takes the damn cake. Damn Fags

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loved it

loved it is an engrossing book. and a short read, but moves fast. unlike me

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Good fun

Very enjoyable well paced story. The narrative is excellent with just the right inflection to give you the emotions of the central character