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The Others

Blood on the Stars, Book 13
By: Jay Allan
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Series: Blood on the Stars, Book 13
Length: 9 hrs and 42 mins
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From the deepest darks of unknown space, evil comes....

Admiral Tyler Barron and the Confederation navy face a new threat, darker and deadlier than any that have come before.

The Confederation has just concluded its war with the Hegemony, but now that power, so long the hated enemy, is calling for help, for the Confederation to join it to face a deadly invasion, one likely to subjugate all humanity.

Barron must overcome his own resentments, and the resistance of the Senate, and find a way to lead his forces into battle once more. The odds are long, but the stakes couldn’t be higher, no less than a choice between survival and freedom...and slavery and death.

Barron and his people will find the strength, somehow, to face the invincible enemy, to find some way to fight, to overcome the darkness.

Or at least to survive to fight another day.

©2019 Jay Allan Books Inc. (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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phenemonal as usual

Glad to be back in this world. the battles get more and more perilous and I do love the high hero style stories.

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Keep them rolling.

The story seems to repeat itself with different enemies and the same solutions however always enjoyed the listen.

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please release more

Thank you for giving us a great novel to listen to keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to seeing more novels written by you.

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The Enemy of My Enemy

The enemy of my enemy isn’t ALWAYS my friend! Sometimes they’re a lot worse than the people you hated and wanted nothing more than to destroy. But what if you and your government and fellow citizens are still recovering from a devastating war? Well, who ever said that life is fair?!

But what are you going to do? What are the odds that the new enemy will leave you alone after they defeat the enemy you so recently fought?

And how do you forgive the enemy that killed so many of your own people?

Once again, Jay Allan has written a hugely enjoyable military sci-fi novel, and Jeffrey Kafer does his usual fantastic job as narrator! Heck, the whole series is a winner! Thanks, Jay!

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Awesome! One of my favorite series.

I always enjoy this series and I can’t wait for the next. Hopefully there will be a few more at least l!

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I would have made an interesting 9 chapters

He just mailed it in, It does take the story predictably forward. Spoiler alert; the others are a problem; they agree to fight against them; there are political problems. But I really don't know much more than I did at the end of the last book.

Most of the book is repetitious the angst of the characters.

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  • 09-29-19

The Enemy of My Enemy

It has only been a year since the war between the Confederation and the Hegemony ended before, once again, Tyler Baron and his fleet are called to arms. This time in an alliance with the Hegemony against an even bigger threat to humanity, the Others. A lot of grudges will have to be put aside by his spacers if the Alliance is to succeed. The Senate also add to Tyler Baron's woes, but friends in high places are always of benefit.

Tyler finally managed to marry Andi LaFarge before he left for Calpharon after a plea from the No.1 of the Hegemony, Akella,

I think the continuing war between the Union, the First Citizen, Villeneuve, and the Confederation has really run its course. It has become a little stale, hence the 4 stars.

There is, as always, no shortage of action. However, a little less of the thoughts of the leading characters would not be missed I feel.