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In 2065, the US Navy undertakes a special mission to capture aliens hiding in the Asteroid Belt and acquire technology vital to Earth's first interstellar expedition. The task falls squarely on the shoulders of Commander Allen Paul, but Paul is consumed by his recent discovery of empty caskets returning from the mining operations along the Belt. His dogged pursuit for answers threatens his career, his freedom, and his life.

©2017 Lewis Dually (P)2017 Lewis Dually

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One great ride!

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

Highly recommended for a first-time author. The story is engaging and easy to follow. It's not hard science fiction (which isn't everyone's cup of tea), but the author put enough research into the tech talk to make it sound plausible. Plus, the reader was great! He used multiple voices and did them very well. I bought the ebook, but Mr. Trey made the story even better. He mispronounced a few rarely used words which were somewhat distracting, however, most people may not be bothered by that.

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Full disclosure: Received copy for fair review. The story is a mystery, but it is very exciting at times, with good pacing overall. This is written in first-person, so the main character is well-developed and likable. If you are looking for an enjoyable sci-fi read that has intrigue, aliens, well-written space battles, and allows you to check out for a little while, then listen to this audiobook.

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lewis dually very good book can't wait for book 2

I hope that Seth Trey does book two when it comes out I can't wait

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overall a good story

Overall it was a good story and I liked the ending. After about the first two chapters the good ole boy accent didn't bother me anymore, basically I'm saying I got used to it and started enjoying listening to the narration. Since I am non-religous one of the downsides of the story for me was the unnecessary use of religion in the book. Although it was minor enough I might be to overlook it in considering if I want to buy the next book. Another was the use of chewing tobacco which was almost enough to make me gag since I literally hate that affectation having had to work with someone who left spit cups sitting around. IT kinda turned me off. I may give the next a try but even minor talk of spit cups or spitting a in cup had me shuddering.