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There is a fine line between right and wrong, good and evil. For years Jason Burke has straddled that line as best he can, always convinced that despite the violence carried out by him and his team they were firmly on the right side of that line. But as he reflects on his time with Omega Force, he begins to have his doubts.

When strange happenings from the mysterious Avarian Empire cross the expanse and Jason and Omega Force are pulled into the conflict, they must pick sides between two superpowers, all without knowing whom they can trust. At every turn, friends reveal themselves to be enemies, and enemies might be friends. All he knows for certain is that if they make it through the mission things will never be as they were.

©2015 Joshua Dalzelle (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Top Notch

What do you do when you're accidentally kidnapped from planet earth in a spaceship? Escape your captor, rescue people in trouble, and kick some ass along the way?

Yes, please!

This is one of my favorite science fiction series of all time. It's fun, witty, ridiculous, and the characters are absolutely fantastic.
Paul Heitsch delivers time and again in each book of this series. He is able to impart a distinct characteristic and tone of voice for each of the many different types of characters and peoples.
I sincerely hope to see many more books in this series for years to come.
**Full disclosure: I received a review copy of this book.**

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7 audiobooks in 7 days!

I don't usually have that much time, I was captivated with the characters, the stories and the narrator. This was fun! All 7 of these books had what I think it takes to be a classic Science Fiction series. Great moral issues but not overly. Scientific theory was good but not in depth. Great action scenes. Was not overly sexual, in fact it was vague in that he did not go into specifics of sex between two "aliens". (It does leave me a bit curious). the narrators performance I thought was as good as any of the Scott Bricks and Dick Hills; well, close.

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  • F3EN
  • PERU, IN, United States
  • 10-29-15

More,More,More

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, this was a great story/series. Very entertaining. All the characters are likable. The story itself was just as engaging as the rest

What was one of the most memorable moments of Redemption?

Jason gets as much tail as capt kirk.

Any additional comments?

Is this the last book? Or is there more? Great story. check it out.

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Great series with some flaws

I have enjoyed this series so much that I have bought each following book even before I have finished the previous one. The story is fun, the characters (as much as they are developed) are fun and the idea is interesting. My main beef is the treatment of the women in the story especially kellea and the lack of interest of the main character for the new cultures and places he visits, which essentially means we don't get to find out about the cultures and places he goes to. All the other characters adopt human modes of speech and follow human entertainment, but we never find out what their own interesting figures of speech are, or their forms of entertainment.

The treatment of Kellea is rather disturbing, and rather shameful. At first I thought when they broke up it was a pity, but they I realized that after the way he treated her, it was for the best for her. It is also disturbing that after everything she still tries to reconnect, and the fact that she is brown skinned. Perhaps that is why she is treated with such little respect by the author and the main character...not a complaint that is limited to this book, but a common feature where brown skinned women are shown, which is rather rare. Or perhaps it is because she is also a captain and has a bigger ship than he does.

It would also be nice if some of the other characters had relationships it is a bit of a strain to think that they would not be able to.

But other than those issues, enjoyed the other aspects of the book. Where the main character is not interacting with females, the story is fun and engaging, when he is, it is a bit cringe inducing.

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They just keep getting better

I seem to keep saying that this one was the best one yet, but I truly mean it. The story flowed well; introduced some new characters and provided a good base for future stories. It was also a good adventure with lots of excitement.

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Not my favorite of the series so far.

This seem like a transitional point in the series. Looking forward to hearing how the storyline develops from here.

Paul Heitsch is excellent as always.

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  • kristiansand, Norway
  • 10-01-17

Twists and turns makes this awesome

plowed through this in one go. Not one boring moment after the story begins. I would wish i could read this for the first time again :-)

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Guilty Fun

If you enjoy military syfy this is a series for you. But get ready you are going to have fun here. As the crew of the Phoenix are once again thrown back together to save an emperor's daughter and the galaxy from all out war. I found myself laughing out load at times and just out right enjoying myself. Good work Mr. Dalzelle.

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redemption

love the true to life aspect of depression and bouncing back into the saddle. keep them coming.

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The Boys get back together and then go kick.....

Any additional comments?

Another entertaining adventure tale; that, delivers the requisite energy and action. Another tale hard to put down once one embarks on the reading.

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  • Roger Newton-Darby
  • 03-07-17

the return!

Such a nice story of the omega team getting back together. would of been nice to hear more from coater. .

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-24-18

Sad

it's very sad to see what happened to me with the omega force series where no audio book is numbered for continuity and order of stories, the same thing here is listening to the expansion wars all three books just to realize that for the first time I should listen to black flet to better understand the story and to be continuity. you've lost a client who could have bought the black flet if I had not listened to the expansion wars first to know more than 50% of what's happening in black flet, it's a pity that such a good author is not in the mood to make a continuity in the titles and not miss a client.