First Fleet #4: Memory

  • Title: First Fleet #4: Memory
  • Author: Stephen Case
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • First Fleet Memory The thrilling conclusion of Stephen Case s First Fleet Saga Spoiler Alert If you haven t read First Fleet major plot points of the previous books are revealed below With Beka and Jens reunited t
    The thrilling conclusion of Stephen Case s First Fleet Saga Spoiler Alert If you haven t read First Fleet 1 3, major plot points of the previous books are revealed below With Beka and Jens reunited, they must now find a way to get off the rogue planet s surface The alien beings on the planet appear to have been long dead, but as the survivors experience strange visuThe thrilling conclusion of Stephen Case s First Fleet Saga Spoiler Alert If you haven t read First Fleet 1 3, major plot points of the previous books are revealed below With Beka and Jens reunited, they must now find a way to get off the rogue planet s surface The alien beings on the planet appear to have been long dead, but as the survivors experience strange visual and mental hallucinations, they realize that they are not as alone as they thought With Admiral Tholan on his way to destroy the fleet and anyone who has been in contact with the alien beings, the survivors must find a way to get off the planet and end the war once and for all.

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      Published :2019-06-10T14:19:06+00:00

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    1. Very happy how this series turned out. Has all the hallmarks of great sci fi that I love. Sometimes taking chances on purchases is quite rewarding.Loved the setting, characters and the various tech used. This whole series convinced me that even novellas are worth the price of admission.

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