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War in the Heavens for Freedom on Earth

In this finale of the Freedom's Fire series, the Free Army tries to salvage victory from what looks like a total loss. They've found a weakness in the Gray-Trog alliance they think they can exploit. But they'll need to ally themselves with the hated MSS and put their trust in people they've sworn to overthrow.

©2018 Bobby Adair (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Tyson S Sukeforth
  • 2018-08-01

Rushed

On the one hand, it pushes hard to portray the hard grind of continuous fighting and the sheer randomness that can result. Not every little plot line gets fully explained or gets a neat little bow wrapped around it for closure. We're seeing everything through Kane's perspective, and he's not omnipotent. In ways it's actually refreshing. (*spoiler* - We never got to find out whatever happened to Jill and her ship when they lost contact on the way to 61 Cygni.) But much more than not, the finale reads like the author was scrambling to finish an essay 2 minutes before the end of the test. It was 95% setup, a climax so fast you'd miss it if you blinked, and barely a breath of a conclusion. After all that happened in the series we don't get 2 seconds to explore the results? What it meant for everyone? What the future holds? NOTHING? The description says "finale" but I can't help but think that only means Adair plans on launching a second series right off the back of this one. It's the only way it makes any sense. Even if true, this deserved way more of an actual ending than the full stop we got.

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  • Williams J Saraiva
  • 2020-11-03

Not bad but ended the series with a cliffhanger

It's like a show that you watch and like only for a network to cancel the show before it's final season. Very disappointed with the ending as it left a huge cliffhanger. Like what happen to earth after the war. Yes even though the planet was taken back by the humans ... No one knows what happens as there still conflict going on in planet. What about the first grays that escaped with mss minions? No retribution? Did prolific man killer achieve anything? I thought he was suppose to come to earth's system and meet up with Kane. Well that never happened. Is earth going on the offence? What about the colonies will earth establish a galactic consort with them or they just going to fend for themselves? Also country government took back their countries. It seems a reasonable temporary solution. However after all the crap that happened, and possible continued war with grays and trogs, wouldnt it be better for earth to have one planetary government? Also, Trogs are seeing a lot like Vikings, wouldn't they decide to raid earth once they regain their freedom since they have the numbers?

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-10-31

doesn't feel Complete

The ending is not very satisfying and seems incomplete Feels almost rushed. But I didn't like the story

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  • Immortalkrogan
  • 2020-10-07

This series was great!

A good ending to this great series, i just wish less was left to the imagination at the very end.

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  • Arthur smith
  • 2020-10-04

Out of gas

Problem is the series went in too long. It’s as though the author ran out of steam and continuing on is just painful. So early readers best to cut your losses and go in a different direction.