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Publisher's Summary

New Frontiers, Inc., is leading the drive to conquer space. Overcoming opposition from powerful and jealous nations is only the beginning.
What of the alien society that left those mysterious beacons in the asteroid belt? They’re still here, and they’re not happy....
If you liked John Ringo’s Troy Rising trilogy, you’ll enjoy Jack Knapp’s New Frontiers series.
"...much more action, skulduggery, etc. Plenty of new tech, lots of spying and back door deals...we may be on the eve of WWIII. Try these, you’ll love ‘em." - Kay McNeely
"Knapp has a way of keeping you hooked. I couldn’t put down book 1 or book 2 until I’d finished. He can’t release book 3 fast enough!" - CB
"If you love hard science fiction that is current and believable then this is it!" - Allen
©2016 Jack L. Knapp (P)2017 Jack L. Knapp
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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-13-17

security

Why the hell haven't they hired a security specialist!?!?! no wonder they keep getting attacked

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5 out of 5 stars
By Chester on 02-10-18

SyFy written like pure Sy

Book one was maybe a little overdone on the technical details, but number 2 is just right. It is amazing to me that Knapp apparently has so much technical knowledge that every aspect of this seem really plausible. I am no scientist, but do have an Engineering degree and very seldom do I role my eyes while reading this one.

The narrator keeps me in it even in some of the long drawn out parts, so overall I think he does as good a job as any.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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