Revenge and Retribution : Wings of Steele

  • by Jeffrey Burger
  • Narrated by Kevin Clay
  • Series: Wings of Steele
  • 18 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"Evil hides best in the shadows, preferring to work in the darkness. It withers and dies when exposed to the bright light of truth for all to see." (Vice Admiral Jack Steele)
With the Freedom gone forever, Jack Steele is awarded a new ship and a new position. A newly minted Vice Admiral, Jack Steele replaces the functionally insane Admiral Pottsdorn as the commander of Task Force Lancer.
Leaving behind a stabilized and closely monitored Veloria Prime bound for the Terran system, their new mission is to invite Earth into the United Federation of Worlds. And the UFW Directorate will accept nothing less than success. But trouble brews on Earth, and the deep space between Velora Prime and the Terran System is anything but friendly.
An epic science fiction adventure that reaches from the surface of our familiar planet and the safety of terra firma, to the dark, vast expanse of deep space and distant empires.

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An all too believable story!

What did you love best about Revenge and Retribution?

The parallels to current events and actions provide a very believable story. The portrayal of governmental agencies and corporations and the power they project is scary and believable.


Who was your favorite character and why?

The range of characters and the descriptive personalities provide several choices, but the mysterious Vorlock was perhaps the most intriguing.


Have you listened to any of Kevin Clay’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Kevin is an excellent narrator and makes for enjoyable listening.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Sadly, I view the scenario presented as all too believable.


Any additional comments?

I believe that the universe is vast enough to actually make this all very plausible

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- James Okey Caynor

Third book is a nice book end to the trilogy

Would you listen to Revenge and Retribution again? Why?

I have enjoyed the characters and narration in Wings of Steele series. It is a nice throwback to the sci-fi of the 70's and the focus on characters and humor. The narration is top notch and it made the time fly by.


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- Tony

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-23-2015
  • Publisher: Jeffrey Burger