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Valerie’s Elites Boxed Set: The Complete Series

Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 23 hrs and 22 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Fighting for her life in a death-match is the perfect cover.

The Valerie's Elites Boxed Set includes the entire series at a great price!

It started as a simple intel mission. Then it turned sideways. 

Valerie goes off mission, trusting her gut and wits more than her physical abilities to get on the inside, to help bring justice to the slaves and the downtrodden. She is, after all, the justice enforcer.

In the process, she finds herself teaming up with locals to take down an empire, right a cascade of wrongs, and kick some serious ass.

Valerie was chosen by the dark messiah himself. She can’t turn a blind eye to what she finds on tol. From star-ship battles, to infiltrating a prison ship, to fighting death matches and taking on mechs in a valiant effort to set this planet straight, join Valerie and her elites as they export her brand of justice.

The Valerie's Elite Boxed Set includes the complete Valerie's Elites series, which includes: Valerie's ElitesDeath DefiedPrime Enforcer, and Justice Earned.

Note: If cursing is a problem, then this might not be for you.

©2017, 2018 Justin Sloan, P.T. Hylton, Michael Anderle (P)2019 LMBPN Audio

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Young Adult Fiction?

I have no problem at all with the performance, but I do have a problem with the writing. Or, perhaps it was my mistake and I didn’t realize that this was fiction for young adults. It is very simplistic, the characters are one dimensional, the dialog is immature, and they are still caught up in xenophobia, gender identity even for non-humans, and all the things I’d expect to hear from athletes on a high school sports team. I would have hoped that humans in the far future would have learned a few things before they met other species.

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