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The Starhawk Chronicles

Book 1
Narrated by: Shawn Compton
Series: The Starhawk Chronicles, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
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The year is 2283. Though more than a quarter-century has passed since the end of the last war, the Galactic Confederation is still busy picking up the pieces. Whole sectors of the galaxy remain lawless, rife with corruption and greed. The criminal element has a well-established foothold on these sectors. It is a good time to be a bounty hunter. 

Jesse Forster and the crew of the STARHAWK are some of the best bounty hunters in the business. Kayla Karson is a young independent hunter out to make a name for herself. Their paths collide as both take up pursuit of the leaders of the Nexus Gang, the most brutal crime syndicate in the galaxy. 

An uneasy alliance is formed as the two undertake the most difficult hunt of their careers. Great rewards are to be claimed, if they don't kill each other in the process.

©2017 Joseph J Madden (P)2018 Burning Willow Press, LLC

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SUPERB!!!!

Loved it! Didn't want it to end. Looking forward to other books!!! Very enjoyable. The narration was great too.

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i really liked this one, i hope there's more

i was pleasantly surprised. i really liked this book, it was easy to follow while doing other things
i sure hope we'll see more

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Best for Teenagers

The book was somewhat entertaining and I did finish it. I thought that it would be best for teenagers or those into gaming. I really like science fiction, but thought that this was too light for my taste.

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  • BlindAlley
  • 09-08-19

a bit too cliché

Reminds me of The Magnificent Seven and Battle beyond the Stars mashed up together. Reads like a Western with science fiction bolt-ons. Try hard to ignore just tell cheesy and cliche it is and it's not too bad (except for the bad bits). Every character has a tragic history as well as a matching set of physical deformities or anatomical peculiarities (both, in some cases). Would probably suit a younger audience. Watch out for the wild West cameos at nearly every turn. Would probably suit fans of Isaac Hooke and Timothy Ellis (hero series).