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Invasion

Blood on the Stars, Book 9
By: Jay Allan
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Length: 14 hrs and 53 mins
5 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)
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Summary

War...like none that has come before.  

The Hegemony has launched the invasion Tyler Barron and his Confederation comrades have feared, and all the Rim is ablaze with the fires of war and destruction.  

The Hegemony has brought its vast fleets, its advanced technology, and its endless legions of grim cyborg warriors to impose its system of rigid genetic hierarchy over all humanity on the Rim.  

The Confederation fleet is outnumbered and outmatched, but they will fight nevertheless, struggling and dying to hold back the onslaught any way they can, even as the Marines they leave behind dig in and prepare to defend worlds swallowed up by the advancing battle lines.  

Barron and his people will fight, they will fight like demons unleashed, and Jake ‘Raptor’ Stockton will lead his wings of strikefighters in one desperate attack after another into the teeth of the enemy armada, but time is running out…even as the enemy pushes relentlessly toward the Confederation’s Core and final victory.

©2018 Jay Allan Books Inc. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Didn't See That Coming

I love this series, despite all the soul searching that seems to fill the pages inbetween the action; really frustrating at times. As if having the Union infiltrate and, more or less, take over the Senate and manipulating the Confederation, (nothing changes, even in future space) along come the Hegemony.

One flaw I believe is evident. The Hegemony Logistics Fleet, which follows on behind. Why with all of these military brains has no-one thought to attack these. Surely if the Hegemony no longer have these facilities to fall back on, then their recovery after each of the battles is going to give an advantage to the Confederation! Maybe one of the Admirals will think of this in the next book.

What will the future bring? More soul searching inbetween the battles I suspect.

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Best in series!!

An amazing book. Moments of joy mixed with disparate! Jay Allan really tugs at your heart strings with his writing! Excellent work can’t wait for the next instalment!

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  • Lex173
  • 27-12-18

Need book 10

A very good series, performed masterfully. please expedite adding book 10 to the library. thanks.

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  • James
  • 20-12-18

great story continuation

I love the players. cant wait for the next one. keep them coming.. Great read

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  • John Hutton
  • 10-12-18

A good story with a strong narative.

Very enjoyable. The multiple view points are quite welcome. Additional viewpoints from the Hegemony are interesting.

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  • EW
  • 06-12-18

Spectacular!!!

One of the best in series. Do buy it, you’ll be smarter for it
Enjoy

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  • tekone
  • 28-11-18

Continuously impressed

Not sure how many of you have read the Lost
Fleet series but this one continues to approach it in sheer enjoyment. Few series have made me look forward to delving in as this one. Between the writing style and Kafer as narrator (who is quickly becoming one of my favorite narrators) this is a winning series.

I look forward to many more!

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  • Charles
  • 04-12-18

good<br />

to mush foul language. 😟' good storey. nose can like a book
without all the bad languaģe.a

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