The Alorian Wars
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    Broken Worlds: The Alorian Wars, Book 1 | Drew Avera

    Broken Worlds: The Alorian Wars, Book 1

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    • By Drew Avera
    • Narrated By Rebecca Sternberg
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    Sergeant Anki Paro, a Luthian Marine, has been anxiously awaiting the call to deploy. As her path towards war draws near, Anki begins to notice a shift in balance as her society prepares itself for imminent destruction. Questions of misplaced loyalties lead her to wonder if the world she is trying to save has any real intentions of surviving. As Brendle and Anki's worlds collide, they find themselves in an unlikely alliance to try to stop the full might of the Greshian Empire before there's nothing left to fight for.

    Broken Worlds

    This book had a slow start, but I enjoyed it overall. Reminiscent of Star Wars and numerous other sci-fi stories, it was an enjoyable read. The auth..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 26 2017 by Neesie315 (New Mexico)
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    Deadly Refuge: The Alorian Wars, Book 2 | Drew Avera

    Deadly Refuge: The Alorian Wars, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Drew Avera
    • Narrated By Rebecca Sternberg
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    After four months in hiding, Brendle Quin can't delay his mission any longer. His ship, the Replicade, is held together with failing patches, and he needs to make repairs in a port. Unfortunately, the nearest world with proper facilities is situated deep in Greshian-owned enemy territory.

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