Lieutenant Callum Harper hadn't intended on punching his commanding officer quite so hard. But maybe it wasn't such a bad turn of events. Court-martialed and dumped on a reject raft bound for Earth, Cal feels optimistic about a life where getting blown up, shot, or even eaten is altogether less of a concern. And, more importantly, a life where the only person he's responsible for is himself.
Unfortunately fate doesn't favor the mundane. Crash-landing on a lethal planet, and with technology failing all around him, Cal must take his fellow passengers under his wing in order to survive and unravel the reasons behind their situation. But the cause is far worse than any of them could have imagined, for theirs is a small part of a much larger crisis. Colonized space is under attack. Humanity is on the verge of chaos. And those who enjoy such anarchy are already beginning to thrive. Yet Cal and his new companions will discover that mankind isn't the true threat, not by a long shot.
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Good crew of characters and great story telling
It's up there. Star Splinter has the simplicity of a Heinlein book which is great because many sci fi authors tend to over do it of late.
Hard to say it stands alone
Great narration really let's my imagination relax and the world of Cresseu is created around me.
Did not cry. Laughed several times, if was a breath of fresh air in sci fi
Keep them coming!!!!!!!!!!!
- Eirik bloom
Ok J.G. Cressy, I'm ready for another.
This was full of action from the start. . the whole time It kept me engaged. The characters were very likable. Eddy made me smile a lot.
I like how there is humor sprinkled threw out. It helped me get into the story.
Alex did a great job.
Over all this was an awesome story. I enjoyed it very much. I will listen to this story again. This is a great first story of the series. Like an action movie in your head. check it out. well worth your time.