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The Galaxy's Never Had It Darker 

Armed with new tech that could revolutionize space combat, Captain Husher must now try to convince the Interstellar Union to implement it in time to defend against the godlike Progenitors.   

When a new alien ally shows up in the galaxy, it’s a mixed blessing. Their military might could prove a boon to the war effort, but what secrets lurk in their past, and how might they shape galactic society for centuries to come?   

It's a lot for one supercarrier captain to contend with, especially when tensions are escalating aboard the IGS Vesta herself.   

Husher can only stand on his well-worn principles:   

Do right by his crew.   

Do right by the galaxy, even when the galaxy fights him every step of the way.  

If death comes anyway, make it an honorable one, and make it count.   

Download Pride of the Fleet today and experience the explosive next installment in this fast-paced military science fiction series.

©2018 Scott Bartlett (P)2018 Scott Bartlett

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  • 04-19-18

Start as you mean to go on

The first book may have been a little slow to get going, but this second book more than makes up for it.

Finally, Captain Husher has gown a backbone in his dealings with the politicians. That said, I don't think I can quite come to terms with a floating city come warship, but, hey, it could happen.

This is definitely a series worth following and I look forward to the next instalment.