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The invaders have arrived. The last battle for humanity is about to begin.

Stardust is the final book in the Rebel Stars series.

©2017 Edward W. Robertson (P)2020 Podium Audio

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I hope it isn’t over

I have loved the Breaker series from the very first installment. Thank you for continuing it in such a spectacular fashion, kudos.

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A good end to the series

While the book suffered from some end-of-series lack of novelty, Edward W. Robertson crafted a splendid completion book. There were no loose ends, a lot of both ground battle encounters along with close-call space battle encounters. There was even a interesting Breakers tie-in surprise near the end.

Kansas morphing into a teenage female version of Halo's CPO Mendez was more than a bit over-the-top.

I was saddened to read about the highly capable Ray Chase narrator retirement from a recent Edward W. Robertson email update but wish him well in his future endeavors. He'll be sorely missed.