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Publisher's Summary

The All-Pro is the third book in the Galactic Football League series, following on The Rookie and The Starter. Seven centuries into the future, aliens and humans compete for the greatest prize in the universe: the Galaxy Bowl trophy. Quarterback Quentin Barnes enters his third season at the helm of the Ionath Krakens. He's reshaped the team in his image, and the time for excuses is over; it's win or be replaced. Quentin's championship quest carries him and his teammates across the galaxy in a brutal 12-game season fraught with injury and death. But he faces more than just on-field challenges. As he enters a free-agent year, several franchises vie for his services. Will he play for a new team? Or will he remain with his beloved Krakens? And then there's the slight distraction that someone, somewhere, is trying to assassinate him - and he doesn't know why.
©2011 Empty Set Entertainment (P)2014 Empty Set Entertainment
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By Ronald on 03-12-15

Touchdown!!

These books are just plain fun. They have some of the best audiobook production I've listened to. The All-Pro was the best one yet. If you like football, science fiction, and a great story, pick these up now!

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By Jaclyn on 03-11-15

Continues the good.

Another great book in the series, although there were chapters that focused way to much in other aspects like biology and history.

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