• The Alien Slave

  • By: Paul Mantis
  • Narrated by: Josh Kilbourne
  • Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 08-12-09
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • 2 out of 5 stars 1.8 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Walking home from the Pear Tree Light Festival, exotic Minta Pulsar is abducted from her home planet Blue Ocean and taken prisoner onboard the Warhammer, the second most powerful starship in the imperial starfleet. The once idyllic turned cynic Prince Hyperion Centipede holds the captivating Oceanian enthralled, forcing her to compromise her faith, convictions, and identity in order to avoid harm to herself and those she loves. As the prince continues to torment the innocent alien female, the other side of known space hides a powerful alien race known as the Mist Keepers. Queen Andromeda has set her emerald green eyes on the vile Eastern Empire and plans to bring the corrupt human government to its knees.
But will the Mist Keepers be able to crush the malicious Eastern Empire, the strongest human empire in the Midnight Galaxy? Even if the corrupt empire is conquered, will it fall before Minta's faith withers away and who she once was is completely destroyed?
©2009 Paul Mantis (P)2009 Tate Publishing
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1 out of 5 stars
By Ryan P. Marsh on 02-10-17

Weak attempt at scifi

Narration was average. But the plot was some of the most elementry story telling I have heard. The alien worlds were barely alien at all and even their god was a poorly renamed christian knock off with stolen bible verses and all. The characters names were hokey and laughable. Could not finish.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Nathan Cannon on 02-07-10


A good idea with lots of potential but so poorly written that it leaves the reader frustrated. The characters don't behave in believable ways, they refer to each other with first and last names even in personal conversations and the author seems to feel that it is mandatory to add descriptive words to every statement, the reader said with a frustrated tone.

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