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TFS Guardian

The Terran Fleet Command Saga, Book 5
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
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Summary

An ancient alliance under siege...a threat for which we are not prepared...and "Grey" aliens who are not at all what we expected.

The enigmatic Greys have returned, bearing a host of stunning revelations regarding their role in Earth’s history, the Pelarans, and humanity’s place in the cosmos.

The Pelaran Alliance has effectively disbanded, and Pelara itself is now dominated by the same world-shaping AI originally created to manage its own cultivation program. Armed with this new information, Terran Fleet Command must decide if coming to Pelara’s aid is worth risking a direct confrontation with the AI-controlled remnants of their once-mighty alliance.

Griffin, openly declaring his allegiance to both TFC and the world he has helped to build, agrees to accompany the Grey ship Ethereal on a high-risk recruiting operation spanning thousands of light years. Their mission: enlist the help of enough Guardian spacecraft to put an end to the out-of-control, tyrannical AI before its forces can reach Earth.

Captain Tom Prescott and the crew of TFS Fugitive, joined by allies both old and new, must reach Pelara and take the fight to the Alliance AI at the very center of its power. While in the Sol system, Admirals Patterson and Naftur fight a seemingly hopeless battle to save both Earth and Graca from certain destruction.

©2018 Tori L. Harris (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • BritMick
  • 04-06-19

Loved this series

I had the pleasure of reading this series, and had to download the audio copy as well. I fully recommend this series to you all, But think that the author could do a follow up on the next stage of the Terran Fleet.

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  • David Hannan
  • 21-04-19

Just bad ass

The space battle scenes are just bad ass in this series of books! Some series take me a while to get into, this one didn't. Great series - can't wait for the next book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-10-18

enjoyed the 1st 5 book series-looking for more

A worthy 1st series. Good characters and plot, with a good amount of comic relief.

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  • Antone Rich
  • 19-09-18

Great book can't wait until the next one

I have loved all the books in this series. I like how the tech is a little different in this book series then in other books. The Grays are funny. I hope there will be more books in this series.

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  • Stan Kersch
  • 28-07-18

Can’t wait for the next one

A lot of the sci-fi audible books coming out are mediocre but this series is really good. It grabs you from the start and never lets you go. Great author.

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  • bltth26
  • 25-07-18

Very cool

I was really happy when I got the email telling me about this audiobook. I of course bought it right away. I hope the author will write more like this soon.

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  • simon
  • 07-07-19

fun concept fun hard scifi

verygood if youre into hard scifi/naval books, almost zero character development and lame voice acting

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  • A Jerome Thompson
  • 03-08-18

It was okay sometime hard to follow...

Not sure if recommend this audible book....The narrated voice was too bland overall but okay.

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  • J. Wilson
  • 10-12-18

Seems to Wrap It Up - for Now

Book 5 is a bit more complicated than previous ones in the series, so you need to pay attention. There are more tactics and battles, and of course new technology. The old players are back as well as new. The story seems to come to a culmination, but leaves room open for more at the end. These cliff hangers are why I keep reading (er, listening to) the series.

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  • christopher
  • 31-08-18

The start

The start of this series had several appealing qualities like the fairly lo fantasy tech, and siitable premise.

However I can only say that all other qualities vital to any fictional book was dwindeling from the start but i eas hopefull. But here it hits rock bottom with no hope for recovery.

This latest installement the story is as straight forward and bland as they come so when the storytelling tecniques are virtually non excistent it truly begs the question: what is the point of this book. The book gives us norhing but a runtrough of the activities from a to b. The world is mostly described in few words and thus uninteresting, so are the characters and their social connections snd social struckture. It all just rambles on with the characters spelling out the motions of the story to each other in huge chunks a monologs. That in it self is unbelivable as it is, add to it this incredible naive and childish need to state their every thought, attitude and intent inn these monologues and you truly remove any point of telling this story to begin with.

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