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Book nine of the popular series Delphi in Space Delphi. In it, we find the McCormacks having to defend Artemis from the same aliens that attacked the Paraxean colony fleet over 70 years before. Follow along as Catie finally graduates from the Academy. Discover the secrets of the invading Aliens - what do they want, where do they come from?

©2020 Robert D. Blanton (P)2021 Robert D. Blanton

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  • Cameron
  • 2021-09-28

Good idea, not great writing and sexist

The premises is cool. Its a fun series if you can look past the terrible flaws. The writing and performance are still not very good. And the story is written very sexist. It highlights that women are smarter then men and portrays men as baffon sexist ass holes quite often. There are men like that in real life but besides some of the core group of men from previous books it seems most new male characters and there just to show how men are sexist male assholes and physically and mentally infioroe to women. Even through the female roommate of the main character objectives men in the exact way women do not like, every chance she gets. Even the established male core group of characters are portrayed as baffonish, sure they are good guys who are capable but they get portrayed as baffonish and in need of a woman to handle them many times. Where as women are never portrayed like that in this series.
Also the tiwns are dumb characters. and the princesses is still the ultimate mugguffen ever.
that along with poor writing and performance shows this book is lucky to get 2 stars
I still think it is a high s probability the author is actually female.

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  • Michael E. Murray
  • 2021-09-07

Good story, but…

Good story but an awful performance. I liked the ebook version but the audio didn’t do the script justice. Monotonous and difficult listening. Uninspired and sounds like someone reading a dictionary. I never liked this narrator but this is the worst so far.

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  • Pharmant
  • 2021-08-28

Fix the narration by speeding up to x 1.2

Not a bad story line. It's much better when sped up.
It's fun to imagine along with the story plot. Of course everything always works out but hey why not? ( lol those words just played as I wrote that.)

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  • Turbo
  • 2021-08-05

Loving this series

I love this series. Great book, great series, excellent narration, looking forward to the next one.