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Publisher's Summary

From Hugo Award finalist David VanDyke and million-selling science-fiction legend B. V. Larson comes book two in the epic military space opera adventure saga!

Commodore Straker's rebellion grows in strength - but his enemies are growing even faster. Faced with a dozen rebel planets in their territory, the Mutuality finally takes notice of the upstart known as the Liberator, and they gather a vast fleet to crush him.

Preparing for a titanic interstellar battle, it's clear Straker has no chance. His tiny enclave of free planets can't survive the weight of a thousand worlds. His own officers realize this, and some of them begin to turn against him....

In a desperate attempt to halt their inevitable destruction, Straker and his team set out to capture the largest ship ever built. The monstrous vessel is well-defended and contains secrets no one suspects. Unleashing its power might turn the tide of the war - but it may also doom humanity.

Battleship Indomitable is the second book in the Galactic Liberation series. The series starts with book one, Starship Liberator.

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Space Military dramas can be one dimesional

Sequels can be rough but the author is less predictable than most and launches you through a revolution in one installment and is down right introspective for the genre as the characters evolve.

Dr. A

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Larson never looses his golden touch

Character and story depth and development. imperfect people and friends.
And sci-fi space battles allies with character other than evil killers.
And great NARRATOR.
keep writing I'll keep buying.

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Excellent follow up story

Once again B.V. Larson, Mark Boyer and David VanDyke have raised the bar. Tremendous story and performance.
Spoiler alert:
The cliffhanger makes you want the next book immediately.
Well done!

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Better than first book

it was much better than the first all the characters melted alot better together kept pace to keep me interested as well looking forward to the next in series

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good continuation of the series

I thought this was a pretty good continuation of the series however this one did seem like it was rushed ... but I do have to think of starting a ...Straker... counter...

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Enjoyable continuation of the series

In this book, Larson/VanDyke continue to insure that there is lots of thrills and battle sequences against horrifically evil adversaries. However, the story expanded its depth by including situations and scenarios that intelligently dealt with the various philosophical and religious aspects of liberty, free agency, individualism and chance/gambling odds which made the reader/listener also consider the constraints and hard choices the human condition places on people and leaders.

As if there weren't already enough factions influencing the events, another faction is added in the book to sweeten the intrigue (pun intended).

All-in-all, an enjoyable follow-on and performance.

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not as much tension in this one

more navy than infantry. results seemed predictable. a reasonable sequel but not as great as the previous.

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  • Jill
  • Hood River, Oregon United States
  • 09-02-17

Mark Boyett is no doubt the best narrator.

Mark Boyett has done it again. His performance, along with the outstanding book were beyond entertaining. I couldn't stop listening.

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Almost a masterpiece!

Lacking nothing and delivering on so many levels, Mark Boyett absolutely KILLS the performance leaving this as one of my favourite all time instalments in any space sci-fi series. On par or better than any of BV's work except for maybe the beginning of Star Force. If you like this genre, its a must listen!

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J Price

Great book, perfect length. Really good narrating. Very interesting characters as well. All in all a great book.

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  • Poppey
  • 10-05-17

Good Action

Loved this second book as much as the first. However, the interactions with Indie went on far too long and really became boring; so much so, I fast forwarded in a couple of sections; so only 4 stars for this.

That said, narration was good, as always, and I will certainly buy the next book in the series.

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  • 08-26-17

can't wait for the next one

good narration, good story, looking forward to the next one. really want to know what the Huns secret is.

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