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Diaspora

Here Comes Earth, Book 3
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Series: Here Comes Earth, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
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Summary

Earth's Diaspora is well underway and the colonies are flourishing. There are Dynasties of The Accord, however, that resent Earth's expansion. Charli Morgan and Lucca Spelini each lead their respective teams from colony to colony, preventing interference and keeping the peace.

Standing up to the Dynasties is one thing, but what happens when Lower Houses of The Accord start butting in?

Dr. Mark Spencer hasn't been heard from in years until he suddenly shows up one day. The news he brings...isn't good.

©2016 William Lee Gordon (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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  • Ahmad
  • 19-01-18

DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!!! Major disappointment.

The worst stories or continuations of stories are the ones where you can tell the author got tired of their own story.
"Here comes earth" book 3 by William lee Gordon is the shortest and possibly worst ending I've ever seen from a story that had so much potential.
If you are reading this MR. Gordon. I am disappointed in you!!!

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  • Steven
  • 14-10-17

Ridiculously stupid ending to the series.

Brushes up against Islamophobia. Flat characters. Women mostly sex kittens. All characters are Mary Sues. They're perfect. I could stomach the first two books because it was like 95% cool sci-fi, 5% weird neck-beard views on romance and libertarian rants. The cool sci-fi part wasn't really there in this one. Will be returning.