Omnia : The Silver Ships

  • by S. H. Jucha
  • Narrated by Grover Gardner
  • Series: The Silver Ships
  • 13 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Alex Racine, who led an elite group of humans and SADEs (self-ware digital entities), left the newly discovered planet of Celus-5 under difficult circumstances. Few of the Harakens with Alex thought there was little he could do to bring peace to the embroiled planet. From their viewpoint, the demands of the Celus-5 Swei Swee, the six-legged aliens of the ocean, and the Dischnya, the warring, doglike, intelligent creatures who inhabited the dry plains, were too convoluted to solve.
Except Alex doesn't see fulfilling the desires of the two sentient species, identifying the third species hiding in the green, and gaining permission for humans and SADEs to settle the planet as challenges. To Alex, these are merely stepping-stones to what he seeks.
Two centuries ago Swei Swee escaped from their masters, the Nua'll, and landed their dark travelers on the shoreline of Celus-5. This was the first clue the Harakens had received in 20 years as to the direction the enormous and deadly alien sphere of the Nua'll originated before it attacked the first Confederation colony.
Alex was intent on solving the thorny issues of Celus-5 so he could garner the Dischnya's support to help him solve the burning questions: When and from which direction did the Nua'll sphere enter the Celus system? To do this and prevent potential future attacks on human worlds, Alex realizes he must shed the responsibilities of the past years and return to the foundations on which he built Haraken, which were city-ships, Independents, and SADEs.


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Nearly 5 stars

I would give this one of Silver Ships novels a (nearly) perfect 5 stars except for the ending. I really hate the hanging ending of series novels knowing that I have to wait for the continuation of the story. Happens a lot but I just find it a little slap at followers of any series.

Other than that I enjoyed the story greatly and appreciated the growing direction of the growth of SADE society.
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- Linda Luella

This reset will bring many many more books

Thank you S.H. Jucha, i will be looking forward to them all. This book entertainingly rehashed (as well as a lot of new content) and caught up anyone who was half paying attention and refocused Alex on the REAL mission set up in book one. His world building includes some detail but not enough to bore. I enjoy the philosophy of good people doing great things, if only in reality this could be true. Love this series and this is the book where i say that for sure. i have been on the fence with a love/hate and one thing that really sets this author apart is the fact that the charters do not change their core beliefs or ideals to suit some sort of agenda/message the author is forcing down my throat.
The beliefs are the same from book one and you either like it or not. that has been my love/hate, i am always leery of the charters having some sort of 'change' then the book is preaching to me. this book has some of those elements but done in a fashion that is respectable and entertaining.
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- CA Closed Loop

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-08-2017
  • Publisher: Hannon Books, Inc.