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Freedom's Fire Box Set, Books 1-6

The Complete Military Space Opera Series
Narrated by: Greg Tremblay
Series: Freedom's Fire Series , Book 1-6
Length: 38 hrs and 3 mins
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Summary

The best-selling, epic space adventure, Freedom's Fire: the complete series of six audiobooks, in one bundle.

It was never a question of if the aliens would come, it was only ever when. 

The first interstellar war, a generation ago, left humanity enslaved. Now, humans fight in the armies of their masters to save themselves from annihilation. 

At least, that's what the propaganda insists is true. What the layers of lies keep hidden is how badly the new war is going for the people of earth.

Now, it's Dylan Kane's turn to blast into the heavens and join the battle, but what his masters don't know is that, by putting a weapon in his hands, they're giving him the key to unlocking his hopes of freedom.

When the rail-gun slugs are tearing through his ship and the vacuum is sucking the life out of his wounded friends, will Dylan's years of repressed rage turn into enough bravery to make his dream come true?

The Freedom's Fire series in this special edition includes:

  • Prequel: Freedom's Siege
  • Audiobook one: Freedom's Fire
  • Audiobook two: Freedom's Fury
  • Audiobook three: Freedom's Fray
  • Audiobook four: Freedom's Fist
  • Audiobook five: Freedom's Fall
  • Audiobook six: Freedom's Fate

A number one Amazon.com best seller in space marine science fiction.

©2019 Bobby L. Adair (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Great listening

This is a good SiFi srory to listen too, this presents great value too, for me this restored my faith in writers to take you into a total adventure right the way to the conclusion, leaving the way open to continue another adventure. The narrator was also good. Thank you .

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Yehaa in space

A very comfortable set of books a good plot well read with some twists and turns the good the bad and the grays

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  • Adam Dintelman
  • 04-04-19

Overall good book..... but

the only issue I had with the book which is my opinion was a big one almost every character seemed to have a very negative attitude and after listening the book for 36 hours you really start to feel negative yourself. it is a dystopian environment the one wishes for a couple more emotional highs.

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  • Tjscali
  • 03-04-19

Exciting space and ground battles!

I really enjoyed this series. Controlling gravity makes the Invaders of Earth invincible. The North Korean government sides with the Invaders and subdues the population at the behest of our new masters. Greg Tremblay gives a great performance with appropriate inflection, and It's easy to distinguish between characters as he acts each part.
Bobby Adair created very thoughtful characters who have a lot of emotion. Sometimes there are conversations that are a little long, but thought provoking, and also build the background of the main characters.
The boxed set brings the story to a conclusion with plenty of room for future sequels.

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  • Greg
  • 02-04-19

Its interesting

I originally was not going to get this series from the reviews on Amazon(the book review). The critique of first person narrative had me thinking that book had done a poor job in that regard and getting a whole series was a waste. I just finished book 1. I can honestly say I don't understand critique. I thought the first person narrative was nicely done. The concept of not knowing what everyone is doing at any given moment, actually adds interest for me. So...if you read those reviews....subtract some credibility.

On the first book, there are some flaws....mainly, I have a hard time with the fight scenes....generally, its that I have a hard time picturing what is actually going on and what choices the MC has within that picture. I either felt that he was super human(which, I guess he does have a bug in his head), or too simplistic in tactics(which is an explained flaw for all "parties" in this book) The bug in his head seems to be only a plus in this first book....although I keep feeling that this is all a dream sequence and we are going to find out this is all a simulation. The tactic aspect is less excusable and less interesting. This is the larger flaw in the book. I am never impressed by the tactics or immediate battle choices in the book...big flaw.

However, the character back stories, the possible paths that can flow from those back stories....it is really interesting. Think evil twin.

I think its worth a credit...the first book supports that. Is the entire series worth it...not sure, will update when I get there.(assuming I remember)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-04-19

Decent story, great narration

Solid story. Felt the tragic moments. Laughed at the light hearted moments. Will be a story I listen to again.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-04-19

excellent series

I kept hoping Phil would just die and get the whining over with. otherwise an excellent series

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  • mkv316
  • 18-04-19

Well, it could be worse

In my opinion, poor writing and shallow plot detracts from a serviceable concept.

The idea of fighting back against alien overlords is unique, and I love how the author take the time to highlight how ruinious the aliens have been. However, the human characters who we're supposed to empathize with get in their own way. People acting "loving" or "emotional" come off as mechanical and disingenuous.

The plot is somewhat interesting, but would be better suited for a "just shoot things" video game. The little explanation given feels very forced, to the point that major details are dumped in "flashback" form right before they're relevant.

The first person narration makes it easy to envision yourself in the story, but the mechanical and quick descriptions of the MC's actions and feelings don't land.

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  • Richard
  • 18-04-19

pretty good

good story. the narrator is amazing. only thing I didn't like is every book just ends. each ending doesnt have that feel like you know its ending and your hoping for as much closure and answers to questions you have devolped and hoping it answers as many and obviously creates more for the next book; but it doesnt. just ends.