StarFire : Vince Lombard

  • by Mike Lee
  • Narrated by Jason Brenizer
  • Series: Vince Lombard
  • 10 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Captain Vince Lombard, G-Marine company commander, is tasked with tracking down a stray ship. The Alliance Military Ship StarFire has gone silent, and previous attempts to locate her have resulted in the loss of more ships. After two previous wars with xenospecies humanity bumped into while expanding into space, no one knows what might be the cause of StarFire's missing in action status. And internal politics between Fleet command and the Galactic Marine Corps might mean that, unless something is done, humanity may get the news it's at war with yet another new race about the time they show up to attack one of the human systems in the sector.
A prequel to the book Fey, this story is a novelization of the story Vince related to Blondie in the previous book, which many readers requested. I'm happy to accomodate my readers by providing this novel-length version of that story.


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One of the Best Books I've Listened to on Audible

This was a great listen and I would highly recommend to anyone that likes military scifi, JAG or general scifi/mystery type books. It is probably in my top 5 of books from Audible (out of about 75 listened to so far). I liked the way the author approached the topics and kept it VERY interesting from the very beginning. Some of his thoughts and strategies on military action in space were also quite novel, not to mention thought provoking. Only disappointment is that the 2nd book in the series is not available at the time of this review.
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- David

Good solid Sci-Fi

The story moves along at a good pace. There's some action. There's some scheming. And some mystery with a little humor mixed in. It kept you trying to figure out what was going to happen next. I don't want to give away the story, so let's just say "If you play chess and like your action stories, you'll like this book." Also, there's no profanity in this story. It usually never adds anything to the story and I liked the fact I didn't have to wade through it in this book.
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- Bob H.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-13-2014
  • Publisher: Michael L. Trimble