Retaliation : The Slaver Wars

  • by Raymond L. Weil
  • Narrated by Liam Owen
  • Series: The Slaver Wars
  • 11 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

More than 100,000 copies of the Slaver Wars series were sold in 2013.
Operation First Strike is coming to an end. It has succeeded in buying the Human Federation of Worlds valuable time to prepare for the coming invasion. Now Fleet Admiral Streth needs to get his remaining warships back home to aid in the defense of the human worlds. The AIs and the Hocklyns are determined to follow the admiral and annihilate every single human in the federation. The humans are massively outnumbered, but they have a daring plan that just might save their worlds. However, the AIs have a plan of their own--one that will ensure the end of the human race if it succeeds.


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Decent but possibly written for teens?

I like the concept and story but not very creative in the technical aspects. The same points are reiterated over and over, as if written for children.
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- Jayon

Free the Care Bears!

Operation First Strike continues. The Human Federation, solely with AI Arial’s help, has destroyed two alien AI ships with the Devastator 3 missiles shocking the Hocklyn Empire. Never in the alien AI’s history has an AI ship been damaged much less destroyed. With the realization that the AI ships can be destroyed Operation First Strike will go forward. An enslaved alien race known as Carethians in system Careith resembling “bears” (Care Bears?) has been freed and will ally itself with the Human Federation of Worlds. Their planet will become a Forward Operating Base (FOB) and a huge benefit for the Federation. The alien AI is determined to destroy the humans once and for all. They have the Hocklyns assembling a very large fleet with updated weapons and shields to attack the Federation. Along with the Hocklyn fleet at least five AI ships will be included. The next contact may spell doom for the Human Federation.
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- RJ

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2015
  • Publisher: Raymond L. Weil