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The Galactic Peacekeepers are being hunted.

The tables have turned. Marshals are going missing.

Marshal Throttle Reyne and her Black Sheep are sent on a mission to investigate the recent surge in pirate attacks. But when the pirates unite and take over Free Station, the headquarters of the Galactic Peacekeepers, the Black Sheep must make a suicide run against the pirates and save the lives of their friends. If they fail, the system will belong to the pirates. 

The fight for Free Station is on in this explosive second book in the Flight of the Javelin space opera series. Buy your copy today!

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  • S.R.
  • 16-07-2020

Action Packed Space Opera

Rachel Aukes excels at character development and world building. Her characters are engaging and believable. It is easy to become captivated by her characters and to care about what happens to them. There is plenty of action, adventure and suspense to the story. It was a pleasure to listen to Emily Woo Zeller. I was provided a free review copy of this audio book and am voluntarily leaving this review.

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  • Lomeraniel
  • 18-10-2020

The Black Sheep crew on the right side of the law

The story takes place a couple of years after the first book in the series. Throttle and her crew are now part of the marshalls in Free Station, and one of their first missions makes them face an old enemy. After how things ended in the previous book, I was eager to read more about the Black Sheep crew. Things are very different for them now, as they are now on the “right” side of the law, even though their motivations and their essence are still the same. I am especially enjoying Rusty’s part in the story. It was certainly what most intrigued me in the previous book and wanted to know more about it. Since book one, it is clear that there is much more to the Javelin than what the crew believes. We get some more glimpses about the truth behind this abandoned spaceship in this book, but we will have to wait for book three to uncover it. The dynamics among characters are one of the best parts of this series. I found the characters a bit underdeveloped in the previous book, but I have to say that they are growing on me. I have to say that I terribly missed Birk. The previous book was about justice and doing the right thing, while this one is more about revenge. I had more difficulties this time in relating to the characters and their motivations. Justice is a subject that works a lot better for me, while revenge does not. It says a lot that Rusty’s part was my favorite in the book. Emily Woo Zeller’s narration was very enjoyable. She does not only have a very pleasant voice but her characters’ interpretations were spot-on, and the subtle variations in tone and style made dialogs easy to follow almost all the time. There were a couple of times where voices were not consistent. Breathing noises were slightly audible sometimes. It was barely noticeable and I am sure I was able to perceive them because I was using headphones. These were just minor details, and I can honestly say that I loved her narration. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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  • Bobsquatch
  • 01-09-2020

Must be a new book about Ponch

Is this a story about a captain and her crew? It went on such a tangent and then made to come together. its just to hard for me. A captain of her own ship would never put up with having someone put on her crew. The ship is hers not the polices. Bunch of BS. Then on top of that why would a member of the crew not tell on Ponch after he used her to get illegal stuff over everyone else's safety? Then the Captain knows there is something going on but does not put her foot down to stop the BS. He would be out of an airlock and the hacker girl better fess up to her husband about it too. Like what marriage could put up with that crap. Dang I'm really flabbergasted at how this turning out. I was becoming a little invested in the sub characters, the mc is now totally a wimp captain, the Ponch is a jerk of the highest level and the rest of the crew are just unbelievable especially Fen. Who should have kicked the Ponches tail and told the Chief I quit and his wife too. Really messed up story that goes along like nothing is wrong. I think you have lost me author. I don't think I could understand any of this even if you were sitting here next to me explaining it. I would probably kick you out of my house. Good bye

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  • Chuck Ossont
  • 11-08-2020

And the plot thicken!!!

Justice is served, but not how you would think!!! New unseen enemy lurking in the black. Can't wait till the next book.

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  • Gil T
  • 21-07-2020

Free But Not

This takes some time after the first book. Throttle and most of her crew are now marshals, well, except for Eddie, the mechanic/engineer. He keeps failing his marksman test. Marshals’ chips have been going out and they have been disappearing. In the meantime, pirates have attacked one of the Sol’s system government’s ships. Throttle and team have been sent to recover what is left of the ship and tow it to the Peacekeeper Station (Free Station) so the government can get their ship. They don’t want anyone getting their advanced technology. They also expect the Peacekeeper to find the pirates so they can be punished in a few days. Afterwards, Throttle and team are sent to investigate some of the disappearances. While they are investigating, pirates attack the Peacekeeper Station. Hundreds of peacekeepers are stuck on the station, Throttle and team have to figure out how to save them while also getting Annie East.

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  • Harry
  • 16-07-2020

I loved this one too.

This was just as good as the first one and it was very good. I was given this audiobook for free and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Ripcord
  • 16-07-2020

Fabulous!

There is a lot at stake for the quick-witted Marshall Reyne and her Black Sheep crew in this second book of the Flight of the Javelin series. The team has been through a nightmare of suffering and loss but fate isn’t quite finished with them yet. This is an exceptional sci-fi adventure with a healthy dose of action, suspense and courage. The narrator's performance was the icing on the cake.

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