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Liberation

Tribari Freedom Chronicles, Book 3
Narrated by: Megan Green
Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins

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Summary

A mutineer fleet commander. An abandoned miner. A reformer’s widow. A convicted Protector.
 

Four destinies. One empire.
 

From the frozen prison planets to the glistening streets of Central, corruption and cruelty is tearing the Tribari Empire apart. Four unlikely heroes find themselves on a collision course as they work to save their worlds. If they can’t find a way to bridge their differences, there may be no empire left to protect.

©2019 Rachel Ford (P)2019 Rachel Ford

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  • jey cee
  • 09-06-19

Liberation

Blending of stories into one overall experience. Each of the main characters have a far different background and trials during a major shake up in theirs world's government.

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  • Gav
  • 08-06-19

Great Story Continues.

Great story line continued. Nikia continues to grow in strength & all other character are coalescing painting the big picture.
Narrator portrays all characters flawlessly.
Can see this story pointed at YA.

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  • chieftwidgit
  • 06-06-19

Fast paced

This story involves the revolution and immediate aftermath. It involves people on several worlds and the struggles they are going through during this period. Nikki must deal with the death of her husband, and then the many people who are killed following her. The Governor of Trapper's Colony must deal with a colony that is trying to declare it's independence. The leader of a space fleet must decide if he will follow orders or defend the people. And a miner left to die discovers the mining company have also left the entire colony to die.

This book contains many story lines that are woven into a solid tapestry. It is done quite well and forms a complete unit. The narrator does a decent job of telling the story as it unfolds.

This book was provided free of charge with the expectation of an honest review.

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  • NaMc
  • 20-06-19

Enjoyed the book

I got this book for free in return for a review.

So think book brings a lot of the story together but doesn't end it so looking forward to seeing where it goes from here. I've see improvements in the writing and have kind of enjoyed to see how things play out in the story and will have to watch for the 4th just to see how it ends.

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  • Angela
  • 11-06-19

So is this the last book?

So not sure if this is the last book or not but the end was somewhat lackluster. Again narration for me was an issue, I was very confused often when she switched stories and people as often it was not distinguishable, He voices need work. I kind of thought the stories would tie together better than they did. All in all this book left me with a MEH feeling. Could have been great with more depth, better narration and a better tie in and ending

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