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The war for the galaxy is at hand.
As the Greshian Empire broadens its reach, pockets of rebel forces form to combat their tyrannical rule. Death before dishonor becomes the last gasp of dying civilizations.
When two sides of the war converge, surviving becomes common ground for unlikely allies. As the tides turn and they become refugees on the run, the ragtag crew of the Replicade must lean on each other - no simple task after years of war and hate.
Love, betrayal, and a healthy dose of combat: the first three books in the Alorian Wars saga are sure to keep you up at night as our antiheroes fight a battle that will bring them to the brink of death - and beyond.
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A good sifi story, with strong characters and unique scenarios. The universe created is well made and has a lot of room to build on! I hope to see more in it. My only critique is that some of the science/universe "rules" get a little muddy at points. But I tend to be a purist on such things.
Alorian Wars 1-3
This book has it all action, suspense, conflict, awesome character, a story that leaves you wanting more, and even a bit of romance. This is the kind of book that that you just don't want to put down, or in my case stop listening too. Rebecca Sternberg is a perfect narrator for this book.
Our four ragtag friends, must fly through space in their poor wore out ship and try and save the galaxy from the Greshian Empire who will either take or destroy everything.
This really is a great series and a wonderful audio to give a try.
I'm Actually Astonished at How Bad This Is.
First, the narration is amateurish and chews on every phrase. And there is a lot to chew on. The prose is purple as a bruise and way overwritten. Unearned attributes are assigned in passages that have no thought for an efficient and effective use of language. Also unearned are plot points which are either ham-fisted into the story or come completely out of the blue. The worst of these plot points is the "romance" between the two initial leads that has no setup or reason or realism.
On top of everything, everyone is a badass, trust is given where none should be, and an unstoppable alien war machine are played for fools by "pluck". So, this is a complete miss.
The author may grow to do decent work, but that is not what is on display here.