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The Omnian expeditionary fleet sails for the faraway place they call "the wall". The worlds of humankind have consolidated their resources to create a powerful armada to confront the alien federation.

During the Omnians' previous encounter with an alien fleet at the wall, the Nua'll comm sphere spoke to them in multiple languages. When the messages were deciphered by SADEs, the humans' digital friends, the Omnians realized two things. One, they would face a vast empire composed of hundreds of races, and, two, the Nua'll were not the leaders of the federacy. They had spoken of masters.

Multiple challenges faced Alex Racine, the Omnian leader, to cobble together the fleet he required. The Confederation, which was composed of many colonies, could produce ships, but most of its people lacked the will to fight. Haraken and New Terra were worlds with limited material production capability. But they produced individuals who were anxious to deliver a blow against the federation.

A debate raged over whether humans should flee, wait, or fight the onslaught of giant spheres, which ravaged humankind's worlds, and the probes that spied on them. It was Alex Racine's choice to confront the alien race. Anything less was only delaying the inevitable.

The Omnians knew nothing about what they would find beyond the wall, where the federation's enormous empire lay. Alex knew he couldn't defeat the federacy in a long series of protracted engagements. His plan was to attempt to conquer and divide. He just needed to find the right sentient race for his idea to work.

©2018 S. H. Jucha (P)2018 Hannon Books, Inc.

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Great narrative

Absolutely fantastic listening to this story after reading it when it was first release. Can’t wait for the next adventure of Alex and company. Thanks Mr Jucha for a great series and Mr Gardner for a excellent Narrative.

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  • Jean
  • 24-10-2018

Gripping

I have enjoyed reading the Silver Ship Series. Here we are at book number eleven and, if anything, it is more exciting and gripping than book ten. If that is even possible.

What I like most about the series is the SADEs. They are artificial intelligent computers that have taken on a human form. Alex Racine and entourage are facing a big battle and all is on the line. The book is well written and is action packed. I feel as if all the characters are my friends now and I am fighting along side them. I enjoy the humor Jucha scatters throughout the story. I found this book most difficult to put down. Looking forward to book twelve.

The book is fourteen hours thirty-five minutes. Grover Gardner does an excellent job narrating the series. Gardner is one of my favorite narrators. Audiofile Magazine called Gardner one of the “Best Voices of the Century”. Publisher Weekly named him Audiobook Narrator of the Year in 2005. Gardner has won three of the prestigious Audie Awards as well as many Earphone Awards. Gardner is an actor. He has built his own recording studio in Maryland and is a full-time narrator.

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  • ODed01
  • 05-10-2018

The best & The worst !

Why the best?
Because the author S. H. Jucha have outdone himself.
Why the worst?
Because another book must be written to end this story.

When I noticed this series it showed a 10 audiobooks series, and on Audible it normally shows blank areas for book which are not ready or available yet which here it didn’t show so when I got all 10 audiobooks in one buy I was sure that I got the whole series.
But to my surprise while I was at around book 5 another book arrived “ Nua’ll “ audiobook number 11.
So I just finished listening to the most amazing audiobook that this author have wrote for this excellent series and when I say that he has outdone himself I truly mean it, this story of David against David against Goliath just got so much better which nobody could have excepted or foreseen !
What else was unforeseen is that now it’s suffering time waiting for the ending to be written because unlike each one of the first 10 which had a beginning and an ending, this book is really only a half of one.
As usual perfect narration by Grover Gardner.

Absolutely full heartedly recommend this book without any doubts.

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  • tosbanzai
  • 23-09-2018

Top of their game

The author is on the top of their game with this book. It’s compelling from start to end, and the writing quality is good. The narration is as always solid for this series.

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  • Shanon
  • 15-03-2021

MEDIOCRE AT BEST, SCI FI FAILURE AT WORST!

This series would be better without this particular narrator. His voice sounds like he has a clothes pin pinching his nose closed. At other times he sounds like a crying millennial that did not get his way. It is hard to listen all the way through. The author seems to think he has a poetic soul, but his wording comes out as ridiculously blasé. He uses the word “Repost” in EVERY OTHER CHARACTER CONVERSATION. It gets old fast. His way of expanding on emotional moments leaves much to be desired. He also has no imagination when it comes to renaming certain items. Items such as tea, he calls tay and for sir he uses sayer. It is unimaginative and poorly thought out. He would have done better keeping with today’s vernacular. He also throws out common sense and human psychology when humans are exposed to different cultures and or religions. Most religions absolutely refuse to acknowledge that they could be wrong or there could be a different path towards identical goals. Superstitious, religious individuals will completely dismiss logic for the sake of continuity because humans do not like change in their lives. Very few people would accept benevolent rule over tyrannical oppression simply because they do not like major changes in beliefs and or lifestyles. Anyone different from them are immediately suspect and branded as wrong, fundamentally opposite, or hold dangerous ulterior motives even in the face of logic and physical evidence. The author has planets of people capitulating to what would be seen as conquerers or forced overseers. Most humans would never trust or accept an alien overlord even if that alien offers worldwide peace and prosperity. Its an evolutional trait designed to ensure propagation and longevity to a communal or societal way of life they’ve grown accustomed and or positively adapted to. The story is all around just plain impossible because of psychology.

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  • Tom
  • 20-11-2020

Just keeps getting better and better

when I first started this series I found it intriguing so I moved on to several of the next books in series. the author is exceptional in his ability to create multiple interesting characters while at the same time designing their interactions so that it's easy to keep track of Who's Who. he is also very good at creating storylines that are in thrall Ling and often emotionally charged. I highly recommend you start at the beginning of this series and follow it all the way through.

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  • David
  • 13-09-2018

Scott Jucha .. The very best Sci-Fi author ever!!

This tomb is a wonderful addition to the great series
‘The Silver Ships’. Terrific story, in debt character development
and all around fascinating writing! Both of Scott’s series
are spell binding works! I am always excited when a new
book arrives and I purchase both the written version and
the audiobook. You will love these books!!!

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  • Joel
  • 31-03-2021

starting to drag on

in the beginning the series drug me in, and really enjoyed it, but the last few books have been...slow. like I'll have it on, realize I haven't paid attention for a chunk, and decide not to go back and re-listen...and I've noticed that I've no "wait, what did I miss" moments.

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  • zach edwards
  • 20-09-2019

left hanging on a Clif.

Once again he delivered one action packed book. That keeps you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend this installment of The Silver Ship's novel.

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  • dennis davis
  • 12-02-2019

kind of slow

I love the Silver Ships series but this book was a biy slow. still a great read.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-12-2018

good read

well written, drags out sometimes with details I don't consider important but still worth the purchase

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  • CJSILV
  • 27-01-2021

You have to listen to it

A great book loved the story great narration 5 stars I highly recommend listening to this book 👍👍👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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