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Flagship Victory

Galactic Liberation, Book 3
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
Length: 16 hrs and 19 mins
5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From Hugo and Dragon Award finalist David VanDyke and million-selling science-fiction legend and Dragon Award finalist B. V. Larson comes book three in the epic military space opera adventure saga!

Commodore Straker faces new enemies as neighboring interstellar empires decide his New Republic is a growing threat. A two-front war develops, and the Liberator must face both the Mutuality and the Hundred Worlds.

Even as the fighting rages, the mysterious Opters are on the move. They make a diplomatic effort to reach out to Straker - but can he trust the Hive Masters? Will they help or stab him in the back?

Flagship Victory is a thrilling tale of warfare and adventure among the stars. This is the third book in the Galactic Liberation series. Look for book 1, Starship Liberator, if you're new to this expanding universe.

©2018 Iron Tower Press, Inc. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • DavidZeb
  • 2018-04-03

Disappointed in this 3rd book

I really enjoyed the first two books and was looking forward to this one.

There were some interesting space battles, but for the most part, I was rather bored with this book and eager for it to end. Straker was acting like a dumb, steroid hopped up, arrogant prick most of the time... especially while on Terra Nova... that part of the book couldn't end soon enough! I'd be willing to bet on which author wrote those chapters.


Mark Boyett's performance was as good as the first two books.




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  • Alan Michael Eddy
  • 2018-10-24

Deus Ex Machina anyone?

The basis of this series is great, but the fact that everything turns out perfectly every time is a bit frustrating. You can't have coincidence solve a problem every single chapter, it is dumb and is a bit lazy. the series has become more and more about letting coincidence show up over and over to allow an easy out. well performed, but come on man...

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  • John
  • 2018-04-26

Enjoyed It.

At first there seem to be two different stories but the author brought them together nicely and turned out to be a nice read.

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  • 77pjc77
  • 2018-04-13

excellent

each book brings more drama and a better story line. can't wait for the next! Straker isn't done yet!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2018-03-30

repitition

some over use of detail and the same military manuvre over and over again throughout the series.

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  • GB
  • 2018-03-30

GO!!!

From beginning to end this book is just plain action, unending action, until last several minutes. Boyett remains masterful as always, while the authors pace and battle vignettes can overload one’s senses, to bad I’m only human with out the support of an AI to keep track of the numerous story lines. In summary, an excellent addition to this series.

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  • Sailfish
  • 2018-04-07

The Way to Keep the Story Alive!

Without going into much detail, I will only state that this episode of the series started out on a steady path from the previous books and then took a leap-of-faith vector in another direction making for highly interesting entertainment.

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  • mexicotraveler
  • 2019-07-07

good book and performance

I have enjoyed not only the story line, but the performance as well. The whole story is made by a good narrator. I will continue to listen to the whole series

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  • Joseph and Emily
  • 2019-06-29

This is when the series gets interesting.

I'm seeing a trend with Larson's work; the first two are so-so, but the third of the series is when the characters begin to develop and he begins to weave a web of intrigue.

Still, it's no Undying Mercenaries, but it was a good read, through-and-through.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-06-21

Got a little weired

Not sure how I liked this one. We will see how book four is. Humans vs Humans vs Bugs. Everyone is getting manipulated by humans innate evilness.