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No Time Like the Future

Rocket Riders of the 27th Century, Book 1
Narrated by: Chantelle Pitt
Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins
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In the time of the Federated Worlds combat and commerce are the domain of a rough and tumble group of rocketmen known as the Service. These brave souls form the backbone of the interstellar economy, riding rockets to all corners of the Milky Way and her neighboring galaxies. Another part
of that economic system is Interplanetary Holdings and their newest installation is Aelous Station, a secure facility located deep within an area of space known as The Crux where faster than light travel is impossible. 

Being one of the Service’s most formidable commanders, Captain Tarsik of the R.S. Honshu isn't one to allow his feathers to be ruffled, that is, until he steps foot on Aeolus and finds himself in the midst of a trap set by an adversary he’d thought long vanquished.

©2014 Michael Moreau (P)2018 Michael Moreau

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Seems like the start to a really fun series!

I absolutely love old pulp scifi and when I saw Mr. Moreau's books on his table at the convention where I purchased them from him I was sold instantly just by the way he took the time to make the artwork look EXACTLY like an old pulp scifi novella! I appreciate that kind of attention to detail.

I read this book, as well as the sequel to it (which is part of a three-part story, the third book is not out as of today) and I really enjoyed this one for the fast paced action that gives us a brief introduction to the characters and world but the second book really kicked things up a notch and brought some real character development and stakes to the table. While I liked this one for what it was, a quick read to establish the characters and such, I have to say that the second one went from "fun" to "awesome".

Btw, the author is a really nice guy. He'd given me an audible promo code for his other book Sherlock Holmes Monster Hunter when I met him at the convention but apparently this one wasn't in audiobook format at the time. I emailed him to let him know that I enjoyed it and he then sent me a promo code for this book as well. That's great. Thanks!