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Freedom's Fire Box Set, Books 1-6

The Complete Military Space Opera Series
Written by: Bobby Adair
Narrated by: Greg Tremblay
Series: Freedom's Fire Series , Book 1-6
Length: 38 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The best-selling, epic space adventure, Freedom's Fire: the complete series of six audiobooks, in one box set.

It was never a question of if the aliens would come, it was only ever when. 

The first interstellar war, a generation ago, left humanity enslaved. Now, humans fight in the armies of their masters to save themselves from annihilation. 

At least, that's what the propaganda insists is true. What the layers of lies keep hidden is how badly the new war is going for the people of earth.

Now, it's Dylan Kane's turn to blast into the heavens and join the battle, but what his masters don't know is that, by putting a weapon in his hands, they're giving him the key to unlocking his hopes of freedom.

When the rail-gun slugs are tearing through his ship and the vacuum is sucking the life out of his wounded friends, will Dylan's years of repressed rage turn into enough bravery to make his dream come true?

The Freedom's Fire series in this special edition includes:

  • Audiobook one: Freedom's Fire
  • Audiobook two: Freedom's Fury
  • Audiobook three: Freedom's Fray
  • Audiobook four: Freedom's Fist
  • Audiobook five: Freedom's Fall
  • Audiobook six: Freedom's Fate

A number one Amazon.com best seller in space marine science fiction.

©2019 Bobby L. Adair (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Exhilarating read!

From start to finish this series had me riveted. An incredible listen. The narration was superb!

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  • Ian
  • 2020-07-02

Enthralling series

I thoroughly enjoyed the books, the hero fought back against his masters, building up a loyal dedicated and extremely skilled circle of friends with genetic skills given to them by their masters.

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meh at best

generic very basic but does the job could really see alot of the twists a mile away

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A little too quiet for my taste

I finished the while series, which says something. It is a series to listen to while you do something else.

biggest challenge with the story was how unstructured the whole crew was. It made for a lot of whining "You always want to go left!! Well I want to go right!" Insert sulking.

I almost threw in the towel a few times because of that. Definitely a "meh" type of series for me.

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  • Francisco A Chase
  • 2019-10-24

Fantastic series I never knew I needed.

One of the better sci fi series I've come across. I love the way the main characters' basic telepathy and mind reading somewhat blurs the line between narrator and story dialogue. Bryce is my man, absolutely love that guy.

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  • Happy Practice
  • 2019-10-18

Great Space Opera at a bargain

This is a great book series if you love space opera Scifi. I feel bad spending so little for the entire series. It's that good. The main character is relatable, flawed, and lucky. Other characters are similar in their own way. Really glad I bought this.

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  • Brettspoppa
  • 2019-08-31

This is a great military space adventure.

Never wanted it to end! It's pretty much a man book, full of a$$ kicking band of space brothers. Smartly written with creative tactical planning. Very well read with gemreat character seperation so it's easy to follow. Loved it!

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  • William
  • 2019-09-30

Not Recommend.

The author has written a interesting world, unfortunately the characters are all pricks.

I thought I'd give it time but I keep listening to it I enjoy it less and less. it's depressing, the characters hate each other and constantly squabble about stupid things. The main character is a prick, who keeps picking a fight with pretty much anyone he meets.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-04-29

Best space opera since Battlestar Galactica

This tale hooked me and reeled me in without a fight.
Greg Tremblay is fantastic. Made me laugh, frown, gasp. His first person narrative is exceptional.
Mr. Tremblay's delivery is so believable that my tendency to correct an author's grammar was replaced with acceptance that this was the way the characters were talking and I only lamented their lack of schooling 😉

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  • paul lucas
  • 2020-03-09

This was better than the reviews let on that it was.

I listen to a lot of books and this was a nice concept. I really enjoyed the first person perspective. The story takes a little while to flesh out characters ,but we get lots of character development as time passes. A pleasure to listen to as the miles go by on my commute. Thanks for a pleasant listen :)

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  • Ryan and Jessy
  • 2020-02-11

Wishing it never ended. Great Book

Great book. Underdogs coming through with skill and luck. Mostly luck! plus Grey romance for the lolz

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  • Andrew Pollack
  • 2019-12-23

I waited too long to start this. It's good stuff.

Compared to similar storylines that seem to come out regularly, this series requires only a reasonable suspension of disbelief and has some fairly strong character development to boot. Sure, there's magic technology that's better not questioned too deeply, and not all the physics is quite right -- but for for genre it is unusually well written and consistent. I'd read more if it continued.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-09-28

Really great audio book

This is not the first book by Bobby Afair I have listened to. yet, in this book he displayed a wry humor which was missing from the one I listened to before. The story telling was really well done. Just the right mixture of action, storytelling and emotion.
I really enjoyed this series

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  • Walter S Whitson
  • 2020-02-28

Captivating!

Overall this was an excellent story and performance. I did notice a few plot holes. 1. When did the explosive collar get removed from Niki? I am sure that would have raised questions when they met the work crews on the space station. 2. The first time on Iapetus they kept referring to the Free Army bases as SDF. 3. Phill's history of the greys said the Troggs were a space faring society that conquered the Greys after they destroyed their home world. Then later, in the same book, Troggs were said to be decendents of the Neanderthals, presumably taken from earth in the distant past by the Greys.

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