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Few are invited. Fewer survive. Join the elite at Space Academy and fulfill your destiny today!

Separated at birth, orphaned twins Peyton and Jai Foster’s lives couldn’t be more different. Raised by a billionaire, Peyton Foster has been taught that anything other than first place is failure. With her adoptive family’s name dangled like a carrot, she’ll need to not only get accepted to Space Academy but finish at the top of her class.

Raised in a group shelter one step from the streets, Jai Foster has earned every meal he’s ever eaten. Discovering early that his penchant for technology gave him an undeniable advantage, Jai manages to earn a spot to the academy with hopes of securing a future better than as some low-level corporate cog.

When fellow cadets are callously murdered for failing training exercises, the orphaned twins discover that the corporations controlling the solar system are far more sinister than they could’ve ever imagined. When terrorist attacks leave millions dead, academy’s cadets are drafted to fight the latest corporate war.

But what happens when the twins discover that the terrorist enemy they’re fighting isn’t the real enemy? Will a pair of orphans follow the orders of an immoral corporation, or will they find that fighting against tyranny is worth everything?

Experience the start of an exciting new military sci-fi series by Amazon best-selling authors Jamie McFarlane and Rachel Aukes. Join the fight today!

©2021 Jamie McFarlane and Rachel Aukes (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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  • CGS3
  • 11-06-21

Fantastic, just buy!

Loved every bit of it! Interesting take on the future of human expanse into space that totally seems possible. A good amount of drama, without the typical “complete impossible scenarios” happening every 5 seconds… The narrators were incredible, and really brought to story to life. Cannot wait for the next book!

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  • Conook
  • 09-07-21

Almost a 4 star but they pulled it off.

A little slow in the beginning but its worth the character development. Excited to see what happens next but dreading the wait for the next book to release.

Side note.... I am not a fan of having more then one narrator unless its done in a play performance manner. this is the first book that I feel it actually worked on. Both of the narrators were top notch and did an amazing job. I cant believe I am saying this but I hope they continue in the future books.

I am very familiar with Jamie's work but not Rachel's. This collaboration works well and I would recommend this book to fans of the genre and the authors. I can see this being a movie series.

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  • George Eischens
  • 09-06-21

Promising, but not their best.

Let me start by saying that I like the authors and their stories. I’ve read/listened to most of them. This one really didn’t get going until the last few chapters. The first part was disjointed and not very believable. The actions of the Academy leaders did not make sense and they appeared to be caricatures of evil idiots. That being said, the book ended on familiar ground and I’m looking forward to the rest of the story.

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  • 09-06-21

Good one

Okay so the training gave me a starship troopers vibe also even tho there are 2 MCs it becomes clear pretty quickly that peyton is the main focus of the story but personally i liked Jai way more. there are some dumb plots like how Peytons adopted mother has a damn tattoo of a rebel organization on her WRIST where everyone can see it but at the end it was an entertaining story. Now the narration...... i hate when they do this, they have 2 narrators but instead of the male narrator doing ALL male voices and female narrator doing ALL female voices they do it by POV

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  • Daniel Cascaddan
  • 04-06-21

LOTS of violence

If you like a LOT of detailed violence, then this is your book. It is extremely well-written. Personally I have had my fill of gratuitously violent science fiction, but I know that the majority of young science fiction fans really like it, and it is here "in spades" for those who do.