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Laura Shemzak. Irreverent, rebellious, beautiful. A woman with an impossible mission: to rescue her beloved brother, the most brilliant physicist of the Galactic Federation, from the clutches of alien invaders, the Jaxdron.

To succeed, Laura must gain control of a top-secret Mak XT "blip-ship". And to do that, she is forced into an uneasy alliance with the notorious space pirate, the bitter, cynical Captain Tars Northern.

©2012 David Bischioff (P)2014 David N. Wilson

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The infinite battle

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The Infinite Battle by David Bischoff is another work of art by this author. The storyline is very interesting, the characters are well portrayed , a well-written book and greatly narrated.

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The Infinite Battle: Star Hounds, Book 1

What did you love best about The Infinite Battle?

The science fiction action and the way the narrator conveys it.

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The tone.

Which character – as performed by Bryan Reid – was your favorite?

Laura.

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An enjoyable science fiction story.

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Sci-Fi

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The Infinite Battle (Star Hounds) by David Bischoff is another great work by this author. It is a very interesting and book. I listened to the audiobook. The narrator did a great job narrating. Highly recommended.

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The Ending Was Very Good

I struggled with the beginning because it was difficult to decide who the hero/heroine was in the book. I started out thinking it was one character. Then, maybe a different one. Or was it the third one we're introduced to? The main characters were very flawed. I didn't find myself really rooting for any of them. I had convinced myself that I wasn't going to read anything else in the series. Then, the ending was so intriguing that I found myself thinking, "Maybe....."