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The Origin Series is empire building at its finest, with 100 episodes, and over 2.5 million words in this military science fiction serial, detailing the rise of Star Force from corporate entity, into an interstellar empire, over the course of more than a millennium.

Follow a core group of characters known as the Trailblazers, as they use alien technology and knowledge discovered in Antarctic ruins, to obtain limited immortality, and lead Humanity out into the galaxy, encountering, befriending, and fighting, hundreds of alien races, all the while desperately trying to prepare Earth for the unbeatable threat at the core of the Milky Way that is destined to return, and reclaim their lost colony - and their former human slaves.

Episodes in this set:

  • SF17-Intimidation
  • SF18-Counterstrike
  • SF19-Benefactor
  • SF20-Melee

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it sucked N o story line just a lot of tech. bull.

sucks as a book.No real plot you dont get to know anyone. Just a machine. no real humans

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Good concept

Would you consider the audio edition of Star Force to be better than the print version?

Yes. The print version is like one never-ending sentence. The narrator did a good job of making it more understandable.

What did you like best about this story?

Good action sequences.

What about Stephen Day’s performance did you like?

Good voice work. Needs to work on his narration range. It was a bit monotone, but serviceable.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Nope. Not much depth of character here. It may be that that's covered in the earlier work, but there was little, if any, character background to provide that emotional connection.

Any additional comments?

I like the narrator's name.