Starship Eternal (War Eternal) (Volume 1)

———————————————- A lost starship… A dire warning from futures past… A desperate search for salvation… ———————————————-  Captain Mitchell “Ares” Williams is a Space Marine and the hero of the Battle for Liberty, whose Shot Heard ‘Round the Universe saved the planet from a nearly unstoppable war machine. He’s handsome, charismatic, and the perfect poster boy to help the military drive enlistment. Pulled from the war and thrown into the spotlight, he’s as efficient at charming the media and bedding beautiful celebrities as he was at shooting down enemy starfighters.  After an assassination attempt leaves Mitchell critically wounded, he begins to suffer from strange hallucinations that carry a chilling and oddly familiar warning:  They are coming. Find the Goliath or humankind will be destroyed.  Convinced that the visions are a side-effect of his injuries, he tries to ignore them, only to learn that he may not be as crazy as he thinks. The enemy is real and closer than he imagined, and they’ll do whatever it takes to prevent him from rediscovering the centuries lost starship. Narrowly escaping capture, out of time and out of air, Mitchell lands at the mercy of the Riggers – a ragtag crew of former commandos who patrol the lawless outer reaches of the galaxy. Guided by a captain with a reputation for cold-blooded murder, they’re dangerous, immoral, and possibly insane.  They may also be humanity’s last hope for survival in a war that has raged beyond eternity.

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3 Comments

  1. Loved it! Honest review from someone who does not normally like military books/movies like this… I am not someone who goes for military/war movies or books at all. Though, for some strange reason lately I have been devouring SF Military books from all sorts of new and seasoned writers. I think it is the Scifi aspect that I enjoy. Always been a Trekkie so it has shifted into enjoying a more hard care style of book. Some are good, some have way too many tactical maneuvers and make my head spin and some have such flat 2D characters that you wonder whether they were cut from paper and…

  2. I eagerly await the next book because this one was so good Well, phooey, I wasn’t ready for it to end! I love science fiction and I really enjoy military sci fi. This is quite good. The characters are Very well developed, the action is riveting, the storytelling is superior, and the editing is excellent. Unfortunately, the next volume hasn’t been written yet. Fortunately, this book ends at a logical place rather than with an unforgivable cliffhanger. Sigh…

  3. A classic hero’s journey in space with some differences The story feels really polished from beginning to end. Some of the central metaphysical concepts here seem to be lacking in a bit of elaboration, given their relevance to the central plot and ending. There is still fighting, space dog fights, and even some planetary fighting, but what distinguishes this book is the unique take or twist on these elements. 

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