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Summary

The Origin Series is empire building at its finest, with 100 episodes and over 2.5 million words in the military science fiction serial detailing the rise of Star Force from corporate entity into an interstellar empire over the course of more than a millennium. 

Follow a core group of characters known as the Trailblazers as they use alien technology and knowledge discovered in Antarctic ruins to obtain limited immortality and lead humanity out into the galaxy. Encountering, befriending, and fighting hundreds of alien races, they desperately try to prepare Earth for the unbeatable threat at the core of the Milky Way that is destined to return and reclaim their lost colony...and their former human slaves. 

Episodes in this box set: 

  • SF85-Intellect 
  • SF86-Bahamut
  • SF87-Zealot
  • SF88-Quenar
©2016-2018 Aer-ki Jyr (P)2019 Aer-ki Jyr

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  • JOATMON- the concerned
  • 02-04-21

great storyline, but worst narrator ever.

ths book was a treat with a multitude of new races introduced and extraterrestrial entities. But again, all the good was greatly diminished and nearly destroyed by the narrator, Ed Walworth. Will someone please have all his narrations in this series redone. His childish attempts at inflection and accents he makesfor the characters nearly render the story unintelligible. I have to replay sections multiple times just to understand the verbal garbage that he creates. Waldorph's narration sucks any enjoyment out of the storyline. Please ban Waldorph from ever narrating anything again.

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  • L. Elam
  • 12-09-20

Interpretation of characters

Ed’s interpretation of the written characters and pace of narration is more like addressing a three year old audience than the adults he should target. He reads too slow.

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  • Shanon
  • 24-08-20

THIS AUTHOR HASN'T A CLUE ABOUT LIFE

Aer Ki Jyr is an ignorant individual. You can easily tell he has NO clue about the purpose of the Food Chain and the purpose of carnivores within their eco systems, & food chain. Also he is dumb about population control, DNA degradation, disease vectors, and why evolution forces the strong to survive, and why an equilibrium in an environment can be naturally maintained. Introducing foreign species into an eco system most likely will destroy said eco system because the foreign species will slaughter naturalized species that evolved in said eco system. It will over populate due to having zero natural predators. leading to either DNA degradation and sickly, weak offspring or an eventual destruction of the entire eco system. It doesn't take scientists, engineers, and doctors to maintain every single species of life in the universe. What this author sees as freedom, safey, caringis in reality strict slavery, and death or harm to all living things in that given environment. He is just a plain embarrassment to the human species.
As for his dislike of democracy, it's true the 49% or minority always suffer. A true free society can only be found in a republic. Yet any form of government can be wielded as tool for the darkside. Though power does not corrupt, it's generally the corrupt that seek power. In some cases it's the idiots that think they are wiser than everyone else that seek power. They do this in order to change society for the better, but in most cases they go too far and do more harm than good.
As for the Narrator, he isn't very good. A limited number of voices and he speaks soooo slooooooowwwww!! Literally I have had to speed up the playthrough to .35 times above normal. grrrrrrrr.... not happy with this series.

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  • Joe from New England
  • 08-08-19

a lot better.

More story & less preaching this time. I'm glad that I skipped a lot of books.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-04-19

Next part

Hey isnt there a next box set after this one? Please be more love this series