• Galaxy on Fire: Publisher's Pack 3

  • By: Craig Robertson
  • Narrated by: Scott Aiello
  • Length: 13 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (937 ratings)

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Galaxy on Fire: Publisher's Pack 3

By: Craig Robertson
Narrated by: Scott Aiello
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Publisher's Summary

Galaxy on Fire: Publisher's Pack 3 contains Books 5 and 6 of the Galaxy on Fire series.

Dragon Fire, Book 5:

The galaxy is on fire. The ruthless Adamant Empire is sweeping across all of space leaving only chard ashes in their wake. No civilization can withstand their firestorm of conquest. But they made one serious mistake along their path to galactic domination. They pissed off Jon Ryan. Bad move. That's never a healthy thing to do.

Now in their darkest hour, the few remaining islands of freedom and light left untouched band together in a last-stand effort to stop the evil juggernaut. But will their best efforts and Jon's uncanny knack to pull off miracles be enough? And will the magical race of dragons join the fray and possibly turn the tide of war? If they remain aloof and uninvolved, it's likely the final surviving planets will surely fall.

Ashes, Book 6:

For the first time in millions of years the Adamant Empire finds itself shaken and on the ropes. The alliance established by Jon Ryan dealt them their first major defeat. But a wounded animal is all the more dangerous. If the splintered power structure of Adamant society is allowed to reunify, the galaxy will be lost to the blow of their iron-paw.

Jon and Sapale are in for the greatest shock and challenge of their eternal lives. While rescuing an associate they discover the secret of the Adamant's dominance. It's an old friend who they thought was lost in time. Will they be able to save their their old friend, or is he forever destine to serve the cruel canivir raiders? It will take all Jon's recourses, allies, and luck to pull this one off. But if he can it might just spell doom for the evil empire. If he fails, however, the galaxy and all those he loves will burn.

Enjoy this finale of the Galaxy on Fire Series. You will be so glad you did.

©2018 Craig Robertson (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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Same John time. Same Ryan channel.

Yes it is the same John pulls some random impossible shit out of his ass and saves the day type of story, but I rather enjoy it. The creativity these stories and the impossible bullshit that Craig Robertson comes up with make for a very laughable and creative story.

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Excellent series

After reading this series I really think Scott could play Deadpool in some audio drama book!

Regardless it’s an awesome series and I have bought the next.

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started great

I thought the beginning of the first book was excellent, a break from rigid SciFi, but the last few books were very week. I ended up liking Rufalus the most which says it all.

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Great!

Love all of them great story line great characters, can’t wait for the next set of books

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completely captivating.

The best book series I've ever listened to. I highly recommend all of the books who star John Ryan. Very funny.

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Good book - rushed incomplete ending

Book was great except I feel like the ending was an afterthought. Seemed they didn’t know how to end it, so they gave it 2 pages and moved on.

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Epic series

Robots and dragons. Who knew that they would go so well together. I never dreamed I would read a book about an android in space and then have dragons in magic also in it. I loved the narration as well. Scott did a fantastic job.

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so much fun

This was story was such a exciting novel with so many twists and turns. I found it to be quite humorous. John Ryan's out look on life and overall quirks were very refreshing. I'm sure 2 billion years of life might give you a different perspective on life. I greatly enjoyed this series. I would welcome more sequels.

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Enjoyed this series immensely!!!

Great series, truly humorous and fast paced. I am more into fantasy rather than sci-fi but this series kept me hooked from the first moment to the last!!!
Scott Aiello is awesome, his pacing, the way he reads the characters, the amazing sarcastic wit that flows perfectly through out the whole series, you know who is who and he just does the book justice!!! love love love him.
Great author, wonderful narrator!!!
Well worth your money or your credit!!!

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great

Very interesting . Lots of humor. Such an imagination. fantastic reader. love the story line.

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  • Chris Jenkins
  • 04-24-20

let down by a poor final third.

Usually I'll finish a book in a day or two but this one took so long as I kept getting bored of it. Shame really as the series started out promising. Only persevered due to hoping it would start to get better again.

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  • I. M. Bartlett
  • 10-27-22

what a wonderful series

Blew my stored up credits to listen to all three publishers packs... I had no choice as it was such a wonderful saga. I'm not sure how 36 hours of listening could pass with barely a lull or duff plot line.

I'll never be able to look at Border Collies the same again... but to be honest they are weird anyway.

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  • FIONA CHRISTIE
  • 10-21-22

Yeah!! Loved it.

Agree with another review- relative to Deadpool but in space! Great story, great characters, excellent humour, fantastic ending. Recommend this series. Thank you

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  • Cypek
  • 10-19-22

Loved the series but…

It was slowly getting better and better until that unfortunate finish. Totally anticlimactic and lazy. Really disappointing. Still worth a read though.

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  • Jon coates
  • 07-08-22

a great story in 3 parts

it was great story was glad that I was able to her all that was said

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  • chris o.
  • 08-19-22

loved it. what a great listen

after listening to the complete series, this is now one of my favourite series I have ever come across. great from start to end. can't wait for more from this author

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  • Malcolm
  • 06-08-21

A treat

I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and can’t help but point out the obvious.
If by chance a movie was to be made of this series the only actor who can pull off the lead role is Ryan Reynolds.

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  • Anders Haywood
  • 04-01-20

Wow!

All I can say for this is WOW! This last book in the current series kept me on edge until the very end! Indeed, the last two hours or so genuinely shocked me.
I won't spoil anything, but if you've read or listened to the earlier books, you will LOVE this one!

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  • Jason
  • 03-10-20

Good Story with annoying time discrepancies

Should almost be LitRPG with how JR is the only person in the whole galaxy who can do anything.
John dissapears for over 10 years and then we get the description of the two dogs just starting to sort them selves out?
John is turned off for 2 billion years ans Sapale(sp?) complains her people cant catch a break.
EJ is the only thing stopping the dog advance on Sapales home world. he leaves. John comes back more than 10 years later and somehow the fight is still going?
It is almost like the author wrote the chapters in a different order and forgot where they were supposed to go