Five years have passed, and the story begins in a dark period within the Star Watch saga. Captain Jason Reynolds, Omni of the US Space Fleet, along with his now 16-year-old daughter, Mollie, are en route to the Dacci System to attend the memorial service for none other than Boomer, his other daughter. Information on her death had been sketchy at best - an attack by the Sahhrain on Harpaign, during the Goldwon graduation trials. It had been a massacre. The Blues have since declared war on the Sahhrain, and there is a good chance the US Fleet and the Alliance will be dragged into the fray as well.
Once on the planet Harpaign, Jason conducts a preliminary investigation - one that soon reveals things are not what they seem. Information is being withheld and clues indicate there is a slim possibility that Boomer did not die on the sandy dunes battlefield of Capital City after all - setting in motion the most riveting, non-stop action Star Watch novel yet. So grab ahold of your multi-guns and affix your enhancement shields, because this is going to be one hell of a wild, rollercoaster ride!
©2016 Mark Wayne McGinnis (P)2016 Mark Wayne McGinnis
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"Mark Wayne McGinnis had better type fast!"
With the last word of Boomer echoing thru my headset, I was staring blankly at my iPad yelling"NO! It can't end yet!" I felt cheated. I was the victim of a well scripted, enthralling book that ended in one of the cleverest cliff hangers I've encountered in 65 years of reading! From the opening word I was bound by the excellent performance of L. J. Ganser but now I was definitely in a fine pique with McGinnis and demanding he compose quickly, type faster, please all his editors, and get the next book out yesterday! Absolutely one of the best books of the series!
Great books, not sure about the ending, will there be a book four. It would appear the Mark left himself open for either a sequel or one more book.
When she finally shuts up and goes into action. Very wordy girl.
He is a great narrator. you can easily identify who is talking by his superb accents .
After listening to the junkyard series and this one I find this one a bit monotonous. Kind of never ending to get to a strange end.
Love the series, hoping for more of these same folks, great narrator . Very good author.
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