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Through Commodore Slater’s efforts, humanity’s war with the council is over. He gave Earth the tools it needed for victory, but at a great cost to himself. The Franklin was destroyed, and his core is slowly dying. 

Discovered by those who seek to use him for profit, Slater is taken to Sarton Station. His captors intend to use him for their own amusements, but they have made a deadly mistake. They have placed a derelict core right where he wants to be, in a station surrounded by all the salvage and biomass he needs to recover his mind and rebuild the Franklin. 

Slater needs to work quickly, as a new threat emerges from the darkness of space, a threat more deadly than the council, a threat that has its sights set on Earth. 

©2021 Dean Henegar (P)2021 Dean Henegar

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Great addition

This is a great addition to the series with more epic battles and more SiFi goodness. This had some great voices as usual from jack voraces
Over 15/15 give it a go to find out more about this book

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  • Cory
  • 22-07-2021

For the military fan this is a great story

This is a great ending and a great start for a new series it has a lot of military action political drama and it hasn't easy flow to us It's winding up the series but leaving the threads that can start a new series

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  • Seth
  • 25-09-2021

Lots of fun, if a bit predictable

I received this book for free, but the review is left of my own accord.

This is a fun LitRPG book that isn't too gamey. Most of the 'leveling' and such is left out, but there is enough to let you know you're still in the genre.

The story is fun, though there are some bits that are a bit predictable. That isn't necessarily a bad thing. Good foreshadowing should lead to being able to foresee the coming events. My only real 'complaint' is that the major villain isn't well explained. I understand what it is, but there is no explanation for how it exists or where it came from. My hope is that if a fourth installment is done (there are enough threads hanging to warrant one, but enough closure in this book for it to not be needed) that there will be some exploration of that villain.

as always, Jack Voraces does a great job with voices. The sheer range in his voices continues to surprise me.

Read this if you enjoy military scifi.
Read this if you enjoy the Bobiverse series.
Read this if you like traditional fantasy monsters (dwarves, gnomes, orcs, etc) in your scifi.

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  • Humility
  • 22-09-2021

Poor use of the Red hat of Command

All I can think of is that the red hat of command was just forgotten and not utilized. Disappointing

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  • Isaac M.
  • 28-08-2021

The overall idea

Ok so I love these books and as a guy who happens to be in the military. I love the idea that every spaceship that humanity makes are based on Navy Battleships. These books are great and I can’t wait to listen to them again. Also the most American thing happens in this book. If Slater doesn’t have a strong enough gun, he makes a bigger one!

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  • Barb
  • 24-08-2021

4 star

I really enjoyed the book II like everything about the character I think Slater sounds like one of them 1 of the best characters he has made so far and personality wise hes a lot like some other characters but hes really good The only reason why I gave this 4 stars is because even though we got the afterward I still feel like we have a lot of answered questions

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-08-2021

I love the whole series

I like the way it started in the beginning it wasn't like the others I really think you guys should make this a TV show maybe do the last battle scene as a movie and the rest as a TV show

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  • clinton
  • 29-07-2021

this was really good

I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish it was very well-rounded in both fight scenes and story it was enjoyable in its entirety. The hole series has been good I would definitely recommend this book.

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  • Bobsquatch
  • 27-07-2021

Pretty good book

End of a trilogy unless a new path opens some exciting possibilities. A bit short for the last battle but what the heck , there is always an opinion on that.

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  • M. Smith II
  • 27-07-2021

Good book until the very end

This was a pretty good book overall, especially if you enjoyed the first 2 in the series. However the story could use some help to take care of loose ends. There were some issues that I have with it that could have been explained away in the 2nd book which I just forgot. In the first 2 books, Slater made a big deal about increasing in strength to the point where he completely shut down a few times in order to proceed forward. In this book, he killed way more creatures than he ever did in the first 2 books combined but his core did not increase in power to any real degree. Also, we never learn the motivations of big bad enemy nor why it does what it does. Slater even comments that the enemy seemed to particularly dislike him above others. Why was this? This was never explained.

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  • Erbavor
  • 27-07-2021

Mostly disappointing.

I like the second book though I was just starting to get slightly annoyed with the room building of his derelict/dungeon. Too much of that storyline can get tedious, so when this book started with him back at square one doing the same thing again I had a tough time getting through it.

Also no attempt whatsoever was made in sticking to the actual physics and the logistics of space warfare. The distances and speeds required for two ships to battle in space makes the end of the book completely ridiculous imo.

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  • Katrin
  • 03-09-2021

Would recommend!

A good continuation to the story and I will definitely read the next one (if there is one)!
To me personally, some passages felt slightly repetitive, but I think this is just the speciality of the genre.
The performance by J. Voraces was excellent, as always!
All-in-all would recommend for sure for those who had read and enjoyed the first two books. I some regards this one was even better that the second book.

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  • Scott Barnes
  • 30-08-2021

Great Addition!

What I love about this series as it progresses is that it manages to stay fresh. This is the third book in the series and at the end of the second, I wasn’t sure quite where the story would go or how it could go on but the answer was no only satisfying, but it was a very enjoyable journey through it all.

I really enjoyed this one and Jack did a great job of the narration yet again. I’m now looking forward to the fourth book!

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  • Christopher Hughes
  • 07-08-2021

Waiting for the next book

Was hoping for another dragon appearance, can't wait for the next story, keep'em coming

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  • Claudio Silva
  • 05-08-2021

Top book number 3

Great continuation for this book. Loved every second of it keep them coming 5 stars.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-07-2021

another great continuation

another great continuation of the story and an interesting take on the whole genera. looking forward to seeing where this goes next

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