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Ensign Tamara Carlisle, a brilliant, beautiful but decidedly quirky young officer is on a remote assignment to obtain information needed to finish her advanced degree in military history....
Lieutenant Ryan Harris, a talented and experienced engineer who harbors doubts about his ability to command....
Engineering Technician Angus Hawkins, a savvy veteran and former Chief Petty Officer busted down in rank for brawling....
These three unsuspecting individuals, marooned after a devastating sneak attack on the United Terran Federation Naval Reclamation Center - a huge, orbiting junkyard located in a remote corner of Federation space - are forced to confront their limitations and team up to fight back against unknown, heavily armed foes who threaten their continued survival....
During their effort to survive, the trio discovers that their unknown foes have even bigger plans. It seems they would like nothing more than to start a revolution....
Can the three scrapyard survivors, together with an Islamic ambassador on a mission of peace, a smuggling ring bent on nothing more than making a profit, and a small, underarmed orbital station security force, somehow thwart a terrorist attack that threatens to ignite a new interplanetary war?
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Fun new series
The story of an attack on a "outer space junk yard" where ships salvage parts to repair their space-ships hangs together in a stand-alone, action-packed and fun space opera with a couple sequels I plan on buying once they are out in audiobook. I find the junkyard a nice twist on what could have been a cliche story, but is not, and I like the female character this author has created - a woman who mutters to herself a lot like I do when I'm thinking deep thoughts!
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The story is predictable. Some out of the blue or in this case out of the stars romance. All that aside the narration is horrible ... no really HORRIBLE!