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Get The Eurynome Code box set, featuring all six books in the Amazon best-selling series. Like Firefly? Can't get enough Killjoys? Then this series is for you.  

Karin Makos lives a lie. Genetically engineered from birth and raised in a scientific compound to gain unnatural powers, she has since escaped and built a new life hidden from those who created her. For her, the chance to pilot a small-time scrounging vessel to remote corners of space is the dream. After years on the run with her sister and enduring the constant paranoia of living planet-side, going off-radar gives her exactly what she wants: freedom.

In a single night, that dream is shattered.

A system-wide attack decimates humanity, and the few insubstantial clues they have point straight back into her past and the horrors it holds. Plagued by strange dreams of her sister and a sense of growing danger, Karin and the crew of the Nemina must race desperately across space to find their loved ones - and answers.

So starts The Eurynome Code, a fast-paced space opera in the same veins as Firefly, Killjoys, and Battlestar Galactica. Like strong, snarky leads, high-octane action, and twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Then this series is for you. Get all six books in this one omnibus! 

Books included in the set: 

Book One: Black Dawn
Book Two: Renegade
Book Three: Blood Ties
Book Four: World Shift
Book Five: Awakening
Book Six: Deus

©2020, 2021 Aethon Books (P)2021 Aethon Audio

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even as a collection this is not worth a credit

voice recording is very poorly done, lots of midrange which in addition to the voice can be very difficult to listen to. voice acting is not great with little to distinguish between characters. don't waste a credit and avoid, not worth it even as a collection

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Enjoyable listen

I enjoyed listening to the book series. The story plot was different from anything I have read before, as this isn't my typical genre, but most interesting and enjoyable.
The narration was very good with many different distinct voices.

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  • Matthew J. Weaver
  • 02-06-21

The shallowness of the author is hard to ignore

I tried very hard to like this book, to listen to it, but it really grates after a while, a so-called science fiction book that is placed 1000 years into the future talking about things as if they are new, that would be 1000 years old. Plus the unnecessary language and perversion is a distraction. Really sad. Definitely do not recommend this book or series.

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  • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
  • 16-06-21

I loved being dumped right into the action!

Wowie! This book drops the reader right into the action! But, ummmm... that beginning! 😟 The first couple of scenes read like a horror story! Wait, what?!?? I thought I grabbed a Space Opera 🤔... yeah... at least "Space Opera" is even part of the title! Although I wouldn't normally pick-up a horror novel, I was already immersed in the story, and I really wanted to find out what happens next, and hopefully, the tale will have a great payoff!
I would hafta say that the book is probably a bit of both Space Opera and horror, and I for one (oddly, given my aversion to horror), really enjoyed the ride!
I gotta say the ending was perhaps a bit abrupt, even cliffhangery... and where normally I might have been put out by this (especially if I actually had to wait for K Gorman to write and release book 2), that wasn't the case here, as I'd had the foresight to get the boxed set up front! So instead of being upset, I'm happily looking forward to diving right back into the foray!
What about the narrator, Andrea Emmes?.. well, "WOW" kinda' covers it! She gave a simply perfect voice performance!
If you can handle a somewhat graphic Space Opera, trust me... this is the one to get your hands on!!!

PS. Many of my reviews for this boxed set can be found under the individual titles... on both Goodreads and Amazon.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-06-21

Like the books,

But, i would like to have more than just a one person perfective all the time. 64 hours of the same person view on the world is a long time :-),

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  • 30-05-21

Otherworldly

This book is exciting. It leaves you wondering what next will the people get themselves into our out of. I have one thing that I do not like and that was the use of the F word to much and the writer didn’t seem to have any other explanations.

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