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Publisher's Summary

Three complete novels. Almost 1,000 pages of lighting-paced action. 
Anyone who is a fan of Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, David Weber will love Jack L. Knapp. And they do. Thousands of copies have been downloaded. This is science-fiction at its best - future engineering, intrigue, first contact....It’s a space opera like none you’ve experienced before. The audiobooks will keep you listening late into the night - you won't be able to stop!
Audiobook 1: The Ship 
Building a spaceship that uses Nicola Tesla's revolutionary space drive is only the beginning. From a new industrial revolution to the brink of global war, restless humanity presses onward, eventually to the first contact with an alien species. 
There will be changes...if we survive.
Fans of Carl Sagan, Arthur C. Clarke, and Jerry Pournelle will love this hard SF series. 
"Readers who like their socket wrenches properly used will love this" - T. Jackson King
"Interesting approach combining near future with imaginative science" - Amazon Customer
"A real 'hard' science fiction novel. Jack Knapp continues to write a good story. I love that his editing is also superb. No more errors than I’d find in a professionally published book." - Ronald Q. Smith
Audiobook 2: NFI 
New Frontiers, Inc, is leading the drive to conquer space. Overcoming opposition from powerful and jealous nations is only the beginning. What of the alien society that left those mysterious beacons in the asteroid belt? They’re still here, and they’re not happy....
If you liked John Ringo’s Troy Rising trilogy, you’ll enjoy Jack Knapp’s New Frontiers series.
Much more action, skullduggery, etc. Plenty of new tech, lots of spying, and back door deals. We may be on the eve of WWIII.
Audiobook 3: NEO
World War III is about to break out. As if that wasn’t dangerous enough, the enigmatic extraterrestrials called the Flickers have returned with a warning: do not venture beyond the moon. Faced with the ultimate threat, can humanity put aside their differences and unite to face the common danger?
Fans of Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and David Weber will enjoy this series.
"...a page turner...I was up most of the night." - Blair Howard
"A well written book and a great series that grabs your attention and holds it" - CB
"It’s such a rare event that a story captures my attention so well that I forget to eat and sleep. The author really understands Geopolitics and human nature" - Kindle Scotty 
©2016-present Jack L Knapp (P)2018 Jack L Knapp
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1 out of 5 stars
By M. Pratt on 07-28-18

Something almost happens then nothing.

Hate this story line, builds you up to something happening then "A BIG NOTHING", it does this throughout the whole story. The reading was OK but the books are not what they could have been.

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4 out of 5 stars
By norman on 06-27-18

Science Fiction of the near future

A good science fiction series of the near future. The first book is sort of slow, but the next two books were much better.This series would probably be enjoyed by fans of Arthur C Clarke or Ben Bova. I thought the narrator, Tom Lennon, did an excellent job with the voices, both male and female.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rodney A. on 06-02-18

Great story - worst narrator ever

Good story - ruined by a narrator that cannot create character differentiation in their voice. First book has several sections where you can hear him re-recording due to mistakes (seems Russian voices were difficult to do)

worth listening to but please do not ever get this person to read another book - unless its main character is Elma Fudd...

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