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Publisher's Summary

Dylan Kane's decimated platoon holds a tenuous grip on the asteroid base. They're freeing the imprisoned rebels when an enemy cruiser surprises them and attacks, destroying their assault ship and leaving them stranded.

They're driven into the base's subterranean levels where they must scavenge for supplies, fight overwhelming odds, and find a way to destroy the attacking battle cruiser. A turn of good fortune gives Kane's soldiers a chance, but the ensuing raid leaves them in a desperate struggle to survive.

Will the Free Army's fleet come to their aid, or is the Free Army just another lie?

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

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I got exactly what I paid for, its part of the extended library and cost nothing. That library seems to have all the books I have tried and returned for being no good.

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Not bad. Not 4.5 stars good.

Ending of both books in this series so far were abrupt. I like a couple of the concepts in the book. If the author wrote a satisfying ending I would have rated it higher.

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Slow but full of substance

This isn’t as full of action as book one but well worth a listen. The downtime in the military is when you build connections with your shipmates and makes you want to fight for them. Adair is a fantastic story teller and uses book two to character build, bring some relationships together and others to build tension to fracture. This isn’t a hard sci-fi book but keeps plenty enough to whet my appetite. Tremblay continues to impress me, I’ll be following him more. If you liked the first one, I’d suggest you stay the course. Criticism fairness: The books are short. As a stand alone I’d be a little upset spending a credit on 6 hours. Pair them off and I’d love every minute of it.

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This was so boring. Maybe I feel that way because I had a hard time keeping up with the characters and found myself going back and reading the text. It pains me to write this because I love Bobby Adair's writing. But this was such a struggle, I think I will just read thy e remains books in the series.