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Galaxy on Fire: Publisher's Pack 2

Galaxy on Fire, Books 3-4
Narrated by: Scott Aiello
Series: Galaxy on Fire, Book 3-4
Length: 12 hrs and 28 mins
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Galaxy on Fire: Publisher's Pack 2 contains books three and four of the Galaxy on Fire series.

Firestorm, book three:

If you can't be dead, make sure someone pays for that fact dearly. 

When he was a human, Jon Ryan always looked forward to a better future. We all do. But his tomorrows turned out poorly. Ripped from his original time, he's being tested severely two billion years down the time stream. He only wants to protect the shape-shifting teens he rescued from genocide. The Adamant and his evil twin aren't going to make that easy.

After he nearly rescues the teens, Jon slips into a deep funk. All the while, the teens are being probed and tortured by a cruel priestess bent on discovering their transformative secrets. Jon must resort to infiltrating the Adamant ranks in a covert attempt to learn where his precious kids have been taken. The alternate Jon Ryan is becoming more insane and more determined to take the shape-shifters for his own dark purposes. A magical galactic dragon volunteers to take the teens under her wing and teach them. But can the Adamant or either Jon let them go?

The Fires of Hell, book four:

Never make a deal you can't finagle. 

As the unstoppable Adamant war machine stomps across the galaxy, Jon and the teens must part ways again. This time, it may be for good. They must learn the ways of their lost race. Jon must find a way to stop the loss of more civilizations and more innocent lives. He must perform an impossible task. But to enlist the help of a malevolent spirit who can do the impossible, Jon must pay the ultimate price. He agrees to his eternal torment in exchange for the chance to deal the Adamant a death-blow.

Jon Ryan must dig into a very dark side of his personality he wishes wasn't there. He knows he must call upon it. But he's acutely aware that if he dances too close to the cliff, he may fall into the pit of hopeless despair. Jon is on the razor's edge trying to justify his rash act in order to speed the downfall of the brutal Adamant advance. But what price is just too much to pay?

©2017 Craig Robertson (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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more more more!!!!

John Ryan for the future!!! please bring out the next in the series faster please!

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Entertaining

I really enjoyed this book. Usually I have a fairly set schedule for what hours I listen to books - with this series I found myself making more time to listen. It’s well written, an intriguing plot, excellent dialogue and Scott Aiello does a marvelous job of bringing it to life.

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Amazing As always

First I waited all night till 3 am to listen to this book lol lol😛 😛

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  • Zatoichisan
  • 11-08-19

Enjoyable Romp

First to the writer: Please 'move on' the Al/John dynamic if there are to be any more books, it's the only element that not only do I not find funny in the least many times but drives me to teeth grinding thoughts of page skipping! I quit reading the other Craig's Expeditionary output because the of the same irritatingly endlessly repetitive one up manship and cruel humour. The Al a.i. situation got "100%" worse quickly and just kept going down and down, as every sentence uttered was a fruitless jibe, a joke amongst intimates at best, that in life and literature 3rd parties always either, never get or quickly get tired of . I kept wishing John would go back to GB and live without the fancy drive just to escape the whole 'scene'. It's like reading social media trolls at play.

Despite that I do continue to enjoy the audiobooks, and the characters and plots.
Looking forward to the next book throughly, actually I hope for many more to come if the series can keep the quality and engagement.
Great narration, though some sameness in supporting characters now and again, that could be partly the writing which imparts a singular flavour of humour to all characters dialogue.
The character of John Ryan has the gift, because of his immortality, to 'leap' time and place, thus can arch across many a new story series to come, after the conclusion of his current adventure. I will certainly be hitching a ride to enjoy John's company when the next books appear! Can't wait!

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  • TAHIR KHAN
  • 11-03-19

the story is not as good as it's previous book

this chapter in John Ryan's story is probably the most bland so far. it feels like the author ran out of ideas and was just filling chapters for the sake of it

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  • kian
  • 10-22-19

Questionable intelligence

I like the narration but the characters annoyed me at how stupid mistakes are made at every confrontation. john is supposed to be a legendary figure but he acts without any plans then dwells is self pity when he fails. It is funny at times and I think the narrator did an excellent job. John's repeated failure is annoying.

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  • james
  • 11-15-19

Seriously... excellent book and seriously excellent narration

Scott the narrator is really excellent and I mean excellent! ! Such I good performance!!!! John is nothing without him!