Mission Wraith : Star Runners

  • by L.E. Thomas
  • Narrated by Mikael Naramore
  • Series: Star Runners
  • 11 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On the border of Zahl-Legion space, far from anything Austin Stone has ever known, Star Runners are dying. Lurking in the darkness, the Zahl Empire has a new threat facing the Legion Tridents. After surviving pirates and battling threats to Earth, Austin knows better than most rookies in the Tizona Squadron the dangers that exist in the universe.
Soon after his tour begins, a mysterious weapon strikes fear in the hearts of all Star Runners and has the ability to catapult the Legion and Zahl into a galactic war.
Dealing with plunging morale and missing comrades, Austin has to deal with the fact they are facing an enemy they cannot defeat. But perhaps the Legion could find another way to face the enemy....


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What made the experience of listening to Mission Wraith the most enjoyable?

The emotions of the characters that flowed throughout the book. They brought the book to life.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Austin, of course. Then again there is Skylar and Ryker and Bear and ...

What does Mikael Naramore bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

You feel the emotions when you read the book but he put so much into his reading. He was not reading/narrate but told the story that was taking place.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There were several but the one that really moved me I don't want to say because it would be a spoiler.

Any additional comments?

This is the third book of Austin and the Star Runners. Each book lead into the next however you can read each one as a stand alone. Don't know why you would want to. In the words of Austin and his fellow Star Runners "STAY FROSTY".

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- readermouse

When is the next one?!

Not a classic writer, but so worth the read. Can't wait for another story about Austin and the Star Runners!

This book is good for any age reader. I would rate it PG, but there are difficult subjects of death, loss, and sacrifice that might be hard for children old enough to understand but not old enough to deal with it. These issues were well-written and very true-to-life. unlike tv, where people suffer tremendous trama & loss and the next day are fine.

My dad always said, "if your beliefs aren't worth dying for, they aren't worth living for."

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- Jean

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-18-2016
  • Publisher: ShadowMax Publishing