A silver pyramid in space 10,000 years old....
The secrets of the mysterious New Men....
A war like no other....
Starship Victory - Earth's ancient, alien spacecraft - has won a smashing victory against the New Men, driving them from "C" Quadrant. On their way home, Captain Maddox and his crew run into a vast machine trapped inside an ion storm. Maddox doesn't know it yet, but the meeting isn't an accident. There's a traitor aboard ship, implementing a secret plan, threatening to destroy everything Star Watch has achieved against the New Men.
Now begins a deadly race as Captain Maddox, the crew, and Galyan are pitted against the masters of a centuries-old conspiracy. Human existence lies in the balance.
The Lost Destroyer is the third book in the Lost Starship series.
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I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you
- Ryan "You want me to take out both ear buds?"
A disappointing experience.
I really didn't care for the pivot the author took on the story line for this book and overall found this book borderline boring compared to the previous books in the series. At about the halfway mark I adjusted the audio book player speed to a faster setting to get through the story faster. This story had no "balance" as there is very little action and (in my opinion) way too much pointless dialog. On the other hand Mark Boyett is stellar as a narrator and likely the reason I didn't bail out before the end.
I'm fine with books in this genre but will likely give up on this series.
As I said previously Mark Boyett is a stellar narrator.
Not in my opinion.