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Void Dragon Hunters

Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
Length: 17 hrs and 49 mins
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Summary

In 2160, a Void Dragon ate the sun. A changed Earth, now orbiting Jupiter, is still habitable - though much colder than it once was. And much more dangerous.

After an intelligent and aggressive race of aliens called the Offense loses its sun to a Void Dragon, including its home planet, Earth becomes a target for domination.

The only hope for humanity is Jay Scattergood, a clever young conscript stuck in the tech support division of Earth's Department of Defense, an organization with an increasingly suspicious agenda. Enemies surround him on all sides.

But Jay has a secret. Something that could change the tide of battle. Jay has been holding onto a Void Dragon egg, found in his garden when he was eight. And it's starting to speak to him.

The latest action-packed saga from New York Times best-selling sci-fi author Felix R. Savage has it all - space battles, humor, a cast of unforgettable characters, scientific speculation, and dragons!

©2018 Felix R. Savage (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • 06-03-19

Overly long, rambling story, lacking good science

Stuck it out to the end but I wish I’d saved my time and money. Mainly it was just boring. The narrator was fine but American narration with British-style English writing was jarring.