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The Rift has opened.  

The aliens invaded.  

The Eureka is on the other side.  

Flint, Wren, and Ace, along with Charles, are now members of the Eureka, a state-of-the-art vessel heading for a world in the far reaches of a new galaxy. Sixty years ago a colony ship was sent there, along with someone close to their benefactor.   

But when they arrive, they find getting to the surface isn’t as easy as they thought. With a crash-landing, and news that shocks the entire crew, they must collectively find a way to get the Pilgrim off-planet and into the fight against the Watchers.   

One of the crew leaves from orbit, spelling betrayal, and the others know time is against them. They must create a virus and bring it to the enemy’s home world, but not everything is as it seems.   

Join our heroes as they fight for the future, knowing an all-out war awaits them back home, on the other side of the Rift.   

Revenge is an exciting tale of comradery, risks, infiltration, and surprise twists.

©2019 Nathan Hystad (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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This a serial not a novel.

Nathan Hystad must be really hungry. Most multi part stores at least pretend to sort of stand alone with the characters moving on to new things in the next part. This reminds me of going out to see a Saturday afternoon movie back in the 1950's. Before or after the main feature they would show a continuing serial "Buck Rogers" or "Sky King, etc." they would end with the girl tied to the rail road tracks and the train would come roaring down the tracks while the hero tried to untie her . The next thing you see is the train roaring by with the girl and hero no where in sight. If you went the the same theater the next Saturday you would see the hero rescue the girl and step off to the other side of the train just as it arrived. Often the serial would then quickly finish what they started the last week and go on to start something else then leave than without a finish.

My point is neither part one or part two can stand alone. Audible used to take a long novel like this and charge more credits for it. Now they suck you in one credit at a time.

Having said all that I am sucked in and am going to buy the third book. I hope book three has a solid ending. After that I would welcome more books with these characters just start new story lines.

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The adventures contines

I fully enjoyed this the second book of the series, I have ordered the next book the last in the series, It's a great read, I thought it was very good, how the author told the story from different perspectives of the people. It worked wonderfully. Recommended

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The writing is a bit cheesy at times, many times

Overall it’s an okay book. The story is interesting, but sometimes the writing gets so cheesy and cliche I want barf, that being said I will finish the series out.

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everyone competent suddenly turns idiot

the most intelligent, plotting, 100 year old man runs out after a crash landing into a hostile alien planet AT NIGHT after their lander was downed by hostile fauna because he really wants to check out the colony now and a 20 mile hike through unknown alien and dangerous woods AT NIGHT is no problem.

he has waited for 60 years and shown super human patience and foresight but the author demands it cause he thinks it creates DRAAAMAA so off we go...

same for almost everyone. the super smart smuggler turned captain in charge just goes along with this idiocy even though he suspected the creatures are drawn to electronics during the crash. so going out AT NIGHT with flashlights and headsets is a swell idea.

the staff on the big ship acts like scared kids instead of having 50 drones do VISUAL RECON from orbit, you know, like government spy satellites do now??? they act helpless and confused because life signs are blurred.

the author drew up a plot he liked, and then squeezed and twisted the characters into it to the point they become unrecognizable.

the book completely lost me after that.

and: if you do full cast narration, don't have different people narrating the same person... wtf is this?
it wouldn't be a deal breaker and it bothered me less than I feared, but it's not helping the book.

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Keeps you routing for the human race

As the second book in the series it adds to the story whys & wherefores. The characters become stronger & blend in the challenges they face. There are hidden agendas & a multitude of surprises as they get closer to the "return".

Good performance of those doing the characters.

Starting the Return now. Hope for the conclusion to be as spell binding as the 1st two books.

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  • 07-15-19

literally no sense

none of the plot makes sense, to say you could drive a truck through it would be kind.

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a portal containing hostile aliens appears, so the human race sends a colony ship through... why?!

a planet is covered in power sucking insects, ok but they can fly at the speed of a space craft?!

a human betrays the human race, with no actual plan?!

hate, hate, hate this books plot