Embark on a journey across the universe, following civilizations that have intergalactic travel figured out using an extensive system of gate portals, deep-space node travel, tunnelers, and even the occasional aging spaceport. As often occurs, a group of planets and systems have banded together, forming a powerful federation. The neighboring systems and galaxies maintain a healthy skepticism towards the Federation’s ambition to expand its influence and beliefs outwards.
From the unique pathing abilities of the Dreysians, located in the galaxy Alyss’ Thani, to the superior ship-building Serach civilization in the galaxy Jace, these last independent Tier-1 civilizations attempt to hold onto their integrity and freedom as they fall under the Federation’s gaze.
While some stories focus on characters development, Outer Base adapts a different approach, taking the listener along for an adventure, exploring some of the lesser-known reaches of the universe.
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I loved the production! The book was well produced with good voices and sound effects. I think it's better in audio than it would be in just text. The world was also expansive and interesting in its detail. I would love to listen to more about this world.
Excellent world building
The interesting world building make Outer Base an intriguing novel. With all the ideas, characters,and locales, more length would have made the novel even better. I enjoyed the background music and special effects.