Starship Liberator : Galactic Liberation

  • by B. V. Larson, David VanDyke
  • Narrated by Mark Boyett
  • Series: Galactic Liberation
  • 16 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Hundred Worlds have withstood invasion by the relentless Hok for decades. The human worlds are strong, but the Hok have the resources of a thousand planets behind them, and their fleets attack in endless waves.
The long war has transformed the Hundred Worlds into heavily fortified star systems. Their economies are geared for military output, and they raise specialized soldiers to save our species. Assault Captain Derek Straker is one such man among many. Genetically sculpted to drive a mech-suit as if he wears a second skin, he must find a path to victory. It's a battle in which he'll never admit defeat, but not even Straker knows the dark truth behind this titanic struggle. With Lieutenant Carla Engels piloting, Starship Liberator explores enemy territory in search of answers.

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Customer Reviews

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same old story

Larson keeps writing the same story and just calling it different names. it was fun the first few times, but it's getting old. Can we get some new original material?
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- Brian G.

Super author team fails

Would you try another book from B. V. Larson and David VanDyke and/or Mark Boyett?

Thats a no brainer! They rock (usually)


What do you think your next listen will be?

Something not from this series!


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

It was pretty boring! Not because nothing happens, but because there is no reason to care about the outcome.


Any additional comments?

The book dives direct into action and just keeps going. Action is fun but only when you care who dies and who lives. The book literally begins with NO character development and throughout the book there is almost none to be found. The familiar voice of Mark Boyett does help as does his professional reading, but nowhere near enough to compensate for the lack of content.

Was this book an experiment? Did they want to see who little character development you can possibly get away with? I was beginning to think these two writers were infallible, a sure thing, but I guess they are just human.

Final word: DONT BUY!

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- Jesper

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-25-2017
  • Publisher: Audible Studios