Liberation

Tribari Freedom Chronicles, Book 3
Narrated by: Megan Green
Series: Tribari Freedom Chronicles, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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A mutineer fleet commander. An abandoned miner. A reformer’s widow. A convicted Protector.
 

Four destinies. One empire.
 

From the frozen prison planets to the glistening streets of Central, corruption and cruelty is tearing the Tribari Empire apart. Four unlikely heroes find themselves on a collision course as they work to save their worlds. If they can’t find a way to bridge their differences, there may be no empire left to protect.

©2019 Rachel Ford (P)2019 Rachel Ford

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Liberation

Blending of stories into one overall experience. Each of the main characters have a far different background and trials during a major shake up in theirs world's government.

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Liberation

I really enjoyed this book
A revolution was for sure in order
Sometimes live are lost for the good of the people
Maria Keesler

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Great Story Continues.

Great story line continued. Nikia continues to grow in strength & all other character are coalescing painting the big picture.
Narrator portrays all characters flawlessly.
Can see this story pointed at YA.

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Fast paced

This story involves the revolution and immediate aftermath. It involves people on several worlds and the struggles they are going through during this period. Nikki must deal with the death of her husband, and then the many people who are killed following her. The Governor of Trapper's Colony must deal with a colony that is trying to declare it's independence. The leader of a space fleet must decide if he will follow orders or defend the people. And a miner left to die discovers the mining company have also left the entire colony to die.

This book contains many story lines that are woven into a solid tapestry. It is done quite well and forms a complete unit. The narrator does a decent job of telling the story as it unfolds.

This book was provided free of charge with the expectation of an honest review.

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Space Saga

I was given a free copy of this Audiobook In exchange for an honest review. Everything is happening in this book, controversy surrounding the supreme leader Velk and of course the terrible problems the miner s face. Looking forward to the last 1 in the series. Definitely recommend

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It just keeps getting better!

I've given 5-star ratings to quite a few books and audiobooks, but this series has made me think I should give more four stars, or otherwise I need to give this one six stars!

These are SO fantastic, I am so drawn into the story. It takes a lot to create numerous characters and have the listener care about (or hate) each on of those and Rachel Ford has managed to do that masterfully. I don't care about one or two, I can name each main character and I strongly want them to succeed (or die!). It takes a lot to get me so involved in a story.

I'm so happy I found this series. I seriously can't recommend it more highly!

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The character of Nikki is very interesting

It has taken 3 books to get truly in depth character development. This book was good and moved at a good pace. I still don't like the sing-song affect of this narrator. I would go so far as to say that I would purposefully avoid titles narrated by this person in the futre.

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Wow!

This book was top notch. I enjoyed the intense plot twist as Mrs. Eden takes a simple act of trying to arrest her husbands murders, and turns it into an all out revolution. The people on central have managed to succeed in starting a new way of life and things seem to be going great. This is an exciting book that I enjoyed listening to and can't wait to listen to book 4 in the series.
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A great story!

This is probably one of my favorite stories. I would read Catalyst right before
this book as it continues Brek Trigan's story of survival. There are several
non-events that probably should have been elaborated on, but it's
understandable why they are skipped as none of the main characters are there
for them - I can't go into more detail without spoilers, but if you read the
story you will know what I'm talking about.

That said there is plenty to enjoy in this story. The new characters on the
prison planet are great - they really round out the crew of the series nicely.

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Tribari Freedom Chronicles book 3

Again I found it hard to get into the story, to the Narrator Megan Green.

I also have become tied of the word dead. As the author uses the word over and over to describe that the person is dead.

Setting aside these two negative points. I feel that the author has improved by twisting the story together. The 3rd book to the Tribari Freedom Chronicles was a good one and a good improvement.

I received a copy of this audiobook at my request in exchange for this honest review.

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  • Aggie
  • 01-19-20

Great book

Loved it. Great continuation to the serie. I enjoyed listening to further adventures of my favourite four heroes. The narrator Megan Green was superb.

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  • Cas the Brave
  • 11-27-19

Excellent 3rd book of Tribari Freedom Chronicles

Loved this one, the action really took off and I was glued to every chapter, it was so good I could even overlook the bothersome narration.

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  • MR
  • 11-20-19

A great concluion to a great series

I really enjoyed this book, it is different from the normal Sci-Fi that i listen to or read in that this was more about society and the oppression of working class citizens rather than just blowing stuff up.
You really need to have read/listened to the two previous books before this one to really appreciate it as you will find it difficult to catch up otherwise.

I went straight from the last book to this as I wanted to find out what happened as it left you wanting more.

Please note that I was given a copy of this audiobook to provide a non-biased review.

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  • Helen
  • 08-09-19

fast paced book

A mutineer fleet commander. An abandoned miner. A reformer’s widow. A convicted Protector.
Four destinies. One empire.
really enjoyed this book