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Publisher's Summary

What enemy could be more terrifying than a soulless, alien machine?
A year ago the Kher Empire was forced to retreat, but they were not beaten. In Orion Fleet, they return with a new weapon. A huge ship driven by AI begins methodically grinding inhabited worlds to dust. This unstoppable enemy is without fear or remorse, and the Rebels begin a desperate battle just to slow its advance.
Leo Blake takes Earth's first warship into space to find a counter to this deadly new attack. The Imperial Fleets take notice of Earth's interference, and they're intent upon revenge. Even if he wins, Blake might have doomed our homeworld.
Orion Fleet is the second book in the Rebel Fleet series, military SF by best-selling author B. V. Larson.
©2016 B. V. Larson (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Anders on 03-03-17

Finally B.V. Larson is back!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is B.V. Larson best work jet and the story of Orion Fleet just keeps on getting better. It's fun and it is a great read.

What other book might you compare Orion Fleet to and why?

If you liked B.V. Larson first books in the Star Force serie then you will like this one. I have to say B.V's books realy went downhill after Star Force book 9 after that I really don't know what B.V was trying to write it was just bad. So i'm glad he's back and please give us more books in this serie!

What about Mark Boyett’s performance did you like?

Mark Boyett makes this book come alive.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Michael on 03-03-17

BV does it again with Mark

One of the most beautiful twisted minds in sci-fi, accompanied by unparalleled narration, not a lul point in the entire book, just like undying mercenaries.. Wtg guys

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sully on 09-08-17

Not as good as the 1st...

Narrator great but story not as entertaining as first. Disjointed mix of action-romcom. Disappointing. Word.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Poppey on 07-03-17

Sci-Fi or Rom-Com?

Hmmmm! Not for me, I think. The storyline was jogging along quite nicely, but the author needs to decide whether it is serious sci-fi or a rom-com. For me, it came across as a rom-com.

Its a shame really as this could have been a good series; but, for me, the sex, at the drop of a hat, at ever turn, got in the way of a serious storyline. When that happened, it made the storyline a little silly. So I doubt I will continue with the series

The narration, however, was first class, as usual.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Gerald on 03-04-17

The author phoned this one in.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A better book.

What was most disappointing about B. V. Larson’s story?

The author needs to have a look at his assembled players in this book. Almost every single person was unbelievable, I know it is Sci-fi, but come on. We have the stupid military General, annoying scientist and government making bad choices. This is the best he could do, and yes there are other bad characters in this book that just fit into stereotypes. I found myself turning it off at chapter 12, as I wanted to throw the iPod out of the car.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

None.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Orion Fleet?

I would have help the author understand there are other ways to bring tension in to a book. They need to understand that the image of stupid general is so played out it needs to stop. Most people do not become staff officers unless they can walk and chew gum. That most scientists are not egotistical and government departments are not incompetent. So, in short, I would have the earth side of the story showing some sense of order from the start, and this would have reflected nicely against the disorder of the aliens in his story.

Any additional comments?

Look you may just like this book, it has aliens, space battles. But, it just got up my nose the cliché characters.

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