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To win the war one man must break the rules of war. Because in the fight against the ruthless Sa’Nerran Empire there is only victory or death.

The Sa’Nerra were close to defeat, then everything changed. Armed with a unique neural weapon, the merciless alien warriors turned fleet crew against their own. Entire warships went rogue. Suspicion and fear ran riot.

Victory now required new tactics and a new kind of ship and crew.

Lucas Sterling is an Omega captain. He is the commander of the fleet Marauder Invictus - an elite, black-ops warship that operates outside the rules of combat. Together with his crew of Omega officers - each chosen in a depraved and monstrous trial of grit and determination - Sterling will stop at nothing to beat the brutal Sa’Nerra. Even if that means killing fleet crew that have been “turned”. Even if that means killing the people he loves.

They say space is cold, but the heart of an Omega captain is colder still…
 

This special edition omnibus contains the first three books in the epic Omega Taskforce military sci-fi series. If you like the sound of Battlestar Galactica crossed with Star Trek's Section 31, you'll love it. Enjoy ruthless alien warriors, running gun battles, devastating space combat, mystery, high-stakes action and epic twists.

Books included in the set:

  • Book 1: The Emissary
  • Book 2: Void Recon
  • Book 3: The Exile
©2021 G. J. Ogden (P)2021 G. J. Ogden

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Decent Space Opera

Three books for one credit is always a good deal as long as the story is decent. This one starts out a bit hard to get into but once it gets going you don’t want to put it down. The narration is hard to listen to at first but it grows on you and is not near as bad by the end. I actually enjoyed the story and I am now looking forward to the next box set in this series.

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  • 12-26-21

Great story, but :

Author Gareth J. Ogden created a beautiful Universe only that us science-fiction readers pay attention to every word and sounds, Mistakes like Captain Lucas Sterling not understanding how he didn’t notice that his Lieutenant is the daughter of a really famous Captain even after she tells him that she never got alone with her father hence she used her mother’s maidan name, also once getting pushed into the back of the seat when there are no seats on the ship deck ( which also makes no sense )and the unlimited commandos on such a small ship like they got a clone factory down at the bay area.
Also i would love to know what so special about the Invictus ( a small ship without any surprises like special weapons or being able to go invisible ) Nothing !
Now the part of the review which I’m having problems finding the words but I’ll try:
Great story which missing emotions or something that I don’t have the right words to explain, something which i can’t understand but for sure something is not there.

Oded Ostfeld.