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War has ravaged the Protective Federation for decades. Millions have died. Millions more live in fear. The time to strike back at the enemy is near. But when Chief Admiral Fedrin is wrongfully accused of destroying dozens of their own warships and defecting, the fate of the Federation is anything but certain. Fedrin is forced to flee his home world with a handful of ships and loyal crews in search of answers and revenge. His journey is fraught with perils and Fedrin soon realizes that he is the key to unlocking a great secret--a secret which never should have been forgotten.
©2015 Caleb Selby (P)2017 Caleb Selby
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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 07-08-17

Star Trek meets Star Trek and a little Lost Fleet

I've never reviewed before, but I saw someone say on here about it being a creationist book. More like ancient astronauts or alien origin. That's a common Sci fi theme... The crazy thing is, the overall plot seems to be very similar to Star Trek Next Gen episodes: "Conspiracy" and "The Chase." But, I guess Star Trek is kinda like the Simpsons of Sci-Fi, they've done everything.

Most of the space battles were pretty one sided, not in the way you'd expect. And as with a lot of TV style Sci-Fi, "don't ask, don't tell" when it comes to the science. Don't expect Larry Niven or Asimov. But, like all my favorite TV and movie Sci-Fi, it's a guilty pleasure and it's not trying to pass itself off as hard SF, at least I hope it isn't. Otherwise, I'd remove a couple stars. LOL

Narration was good. A bunch of different character voices, which I like. I will listen to the sequel when it comes out. It sounds Like Tarken is going to kick some alien as$ or punch it 6 times.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Thomas L Hoggan on 02-08-18

Great Narration

Narration was very nicely done. It kept me interested in the story line. Interesting premise

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