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The lives of four space drifters intersect on a planet of hope as the most powerful war machine in the galaxy approaches, threatening to consume them all in a storm of metal and fire.
Capt. Jace Spade is a fighter pilot from the Roga System. He is determined to find his maker - the enigmatic Dr. Zander - even if his search means risking all in the conflagrations of the Inner Galaxy.
Capt. Mina Casey is also a fighter pilot, but from an advanced human civilization that arose in the Heliac System. Capt. Casey has drifted through the void for eons as visions of a warm planet where she can sink her feet in the sand and watch the sunset filled her dreams.
Sgt. Joe Grimes - a Heliac Ranger who once lived for the thrill of the fight - is now disillusioned after the total defeat and destruction of his home world. He would leave all humanity behind if he could only get away.
Genie is a beautiful and indestructible cyborg constructed by a technologically advanced civilization for the purpose of interacting with humans. Genie is programmed to love Joe Grimes, but she longs to be free.
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By Moondog on 12-03-16
Could not finish it.
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Just light and lame. Same old cliched new age view crap. At 1 hour and 30 minutes left, I had to quite. Just couldn't go any further. Wish I could sell it back.
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By Striker on 05-07-18
Worth The Listen, But Average Scifi
This was an average sci-fi space opera story. It was entertaining enough to hold my attention and I definitely thought it was worth the time, but I didn't think that it was excellent and had some flaws.
The book seemed a bit haphazard in the beginning, and it was a little confusing and hard to follow until a few hours in. I also didn't find the characters to be very realistic and they constantly said and did things I found unlikely.
The positive is there was a lot of action and sci-fi content. It kept my attention and I was entertained enough to finish.
The narration was average. I didn't think it was bad, but I definitely thought that the tempo of the narration didn't flow in some places. However, with a little more practice I think he will definitely be a better narrator.
I requested and received a free copy of this audiobook from the author, publisher, or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I was NOT required to write a positive review and this reflects my honest opinion of the work.