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Avenger

Five years after physicist Mark Holder discovered the Slipstream Drive in 2058, humanity reached for the stars and began to colonize the galaxy. For centuries, humans continued to populate system after system without encountering intelligent alien life. 

Some 1,200 years later, after many generations of relative peace, in the year 3278, human space is invaded by a powerful and mysterious enemy. To these invaders, the very concept of free will is heresy. Their crusade—to eradicate humanity. 

The war begins, and the fight for the survival of the human race is on.

Book one of Sovereign Stars, Avenger, is the first novel in a gripping, action-filled military space opera in which Avenger, under the command of Knight Captain Richard Morian, is sent to one of the outer star systems on a rescue mission. What he discovers there suggests the entire Orso Carrier Group is destined for annihilation.

©2022 Blair Howard (P)2022 Blair Howard

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  • Jay Posephney
  • 08-07-22

Interesting Story

Interesting story with some unusual plot ideas but... the performance was awful, little to no energy and horrible emotion. The writing was "young". It read as a first time author with predictable and cliche over use.

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  • Oneof9
  • 27-06-22

Good Story Bad Narration

The story it self is a good story, but the narrator doesn't really do anything for the book. There are mostly male personal including the main one, but they all have the same high nostril voice. Don't get me wrong. I understand that both male and females have limited range of pitch, but most try to give each character voice a different sound. Not so much here( that includes the female characters as well). Again I did like the book it self. there are some issues that if you are really science based you will have a little problem with, but over all nothing that will really get to you. I gave the narration a 1, and story a 4 over all a 3 just because I was thinking of the story itself. If you don't like bland narrators then Don't get this at all.

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  • Akhawkblade
  • 27-06-22

so far one of the worst narrators I've heard

trying trying to listen to the book between a narrator and story is pretty much self torture