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Galaxy's Edge, Part II contains Kill Team through to the end of Attack of Shadows

Legion Dark Ops calls upon Chhun, Wraith, and the survivors of Victory Company to form an elite Kill Team of legionnaires in the aftermath of the Battle of Kublar. Their mission is clear: find and eliminate those responsible for the Kublar disaster.

Standing between them and their objective are a maze of corrupt Republic officials, a spy on the verge of losing himself in deep cover, and the Zhee - a murderous species that will stop at nothing. But the biggest threat of all might be the truth they seek to uncover - a truth that could ignite a revolution. And engulf the galaxy in flames.

Fleets collide in this audiobook in a moment-by-moment account of tactics, heroism, sacrifice, and the start of the final war of the Republic. The stakes have never been higher - and it's winner takes all.

©2017 Jason Anspach and Nick Cole (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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I really want to love this series...

First things first...
R.C. Bray was excellent, as normal. With the sheer amount of characters in the 2nd part, my head was spinning trying to keep up.
This was also my issue. Part 1/Book 3 was great all around. Much the same as how I felt about Book 1. In both, I had a very hard time concentrating and keeping track of characters, time lines etc.
I am hoping we will see the end of this in the next series. These 4 parts seem tho be bringing us to a "current" timeline and the story will progress from there.
Only other comment is about the similarities with the Star Wars universe...
A little too similar I think. IMHO.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • Rob
  • 2019-04-08

Made me wish I was in the legion!!

R.C. Bray is great. His performance portrays the characters great, with just enough personality to make you want to help out the legion.

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A mixed bag

I really enjoy much of the Legion action, but far too much of the plot and other action relies on drama and heroics enabled by incompetence and carelessness by the other side.

The fleet action in the latter half is especially bad. The many single points of failure that systems on the ships and in the fleets have are unacceptable. The entire command deck of a giant battleship sitting exposed on the exterior of the ship? External power generators for shields? Fire control cupolas? Practically no redundancy? All of these things go against common sense.

There are also very heavy and obvious nods to Star Wars, which I found rather cheap and overabundant.

None of the positives leave me wanting to continue with the series. The frustration I felt listening to it simply isn't worth it.

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perfect story for RC Bray.

fantastic story arc, great characters and I have always been a fan of RC Bray. but I am more than impressed with how well he has done each characters voices within the story.
to the authors I say Bravo, you have created something more than just an us-versus-them mentality you have created a story about individuals in a major war that you can emphasize and understand their motivations.
I cannot believe how quickly I finished this.

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Its good

I like this book more than the first one. The story in both are interesting and exciting.

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  • Rusty
  • 2018-06-06

Good military/sci-fi series

Good on the military side good on the science fiction side. Can't go wrong with RC Bray. I appreciated commonalities with current conflicts. it feels like the author purposely made the connections.

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  • WSummers
  • 2018-06-12

Listen carefully

I enjoyed part 1 and 2 of Galaxy’s Edge, but I find myself having to relisten to them both bc I get lost when they jump around time and sides of the battle and different characters. Granted I’m usually multitasking while listening, but I don’t mind listening to it twice bc I catch nuggets I didn’t the first time

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  • jcmwbjs
  • Boston
  • 2018-06-09

First Rate MIL SCI FI

A first rate military science fiction series, great pace, characters and action and RC Bray is fantastic as always if you are a fan of the genre it’s a must buy

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Kester Johnson
  • trinidad
  • 2018-06-18

KTF... loved it

So after listening to book 2, I went back to listen to the first book and then again listen to second book. The way that the 2 books are now integrated, total hooked me. I am a big Star Wars fan and these two book are now very very close to my most loved Star Wars books (Thrawn).
R.C. Bray voice feels so "on point". I feel I now need to look at other books that he has narrated. And i now need so start looking at military/war books as these books may have made me a fan.

KTF

8 of 9 people found this review helpful

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2018-06-25

A Decent Listen for Sci-fi Junkies

I'll put it bluntly: this series egregious use of material obviously borrowed (or, in some cases, very nearly plagiarized) from Star Wars makes it eye-rollingly bothersome to listen to, at times. Add to that some of the more unimaginative elements of the story (for example, there is an alien character with a rare skin complexion that is very much like colors of Autumn named Autumna Fall... seriously) and you can be ripped right out of the more engrossing parts of the book in an instant.

The first half of the book (technically these books are two books in one) is quite good and very enjoyable to listen to. Clearly the highlight of the entire book. The intricate and intimate story is very well done and very, very enthralling.

The second half...not so much. The story told in the second half of the book is grand to a level that is overall detrimental to itself. Attempting to tell several minor stories from the viewpoint of several minor and major characters alike makes it all too clunky and clumsy, at times. While I appreciate that the author was trying to convey all of the important bits of the story, too many of them really weren't worth the effort.

I listen to books while I work and, honestly, if I had 100% of my attention devoted to this book, I probably would have stopped listening to it. However, if you're a hardcore sci-fi junkie, (like me) or you simply need a reasonably good book (series) to occupy your time while you wait for a long awaited book to come out (again, like me), then this series will do you well enough.

Just...try not to take it TOO seriously.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • zakary
  • 2018-06-17

Amazing part 2

The only thing i am disappointed in os the fact that the next book isn't out yet.

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  • Andrew
  • 2018-06-13

On Par with Book 1.

I love the way R.C. Bray does this series, he is a master of audiobook characters.
I was skeptical about this series after the way the first book ended, but now I'm all in. I wonder what would have happened if General Rex had aligned with the Galaxy's ultimate baddy?
The similarities between this and the most successful sci-fi franchise (well until the last spin off prequel movie that is) are present but honestly - that is to be expected. I mean the original trilogy was massively popular and influential. This story goes it's own ways to break from the typical copycat format. there is enough influence to evoke nostalgia yet enough grit and fundamental differences to make it very much it's own animal. The military references and the quirky parts that make this series different is what makes it special. The characters are interesting and well done by R.C. Bray and the authors should never ever let anyone else read this series, not only for continuity, but for pure entertainment value.
I like how these books are separated into two different times in the republic. There isn't just a fly by pants seat approach to this story that goes on forever like some other titles - just more and more and more to continue the series and it's success, you get the impression that the authors have a clear and interesting storyline here.

I can't wait for the next installment.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-06-14

non-stop heart-pounding action

I stumbled across book one as a recommendation. love the story and book 2 has taking it to another level!

10 of 12 people found this review helpful

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  • father_husband_ron
  • Brunswick, MD
  • 2018-06-12

Why did it go from star wars to STAR WARS?

I really enjoy the military/war drama aspect of the books. I love the perspective shifts and how every once in a while you get a real "AH-HA!" moment. I really love listening to tales narrated by R.C. Bray. Mountain Man, which he narrates, is perhaps my favorite audible book series.

I enjoyed following the courses of the heroes from the first books. I find myself invested in their stories and I want to know what became of them all. This isn't the book for that. These stories focus on setting up their story for the next in the series I think. They are mentioned, but this collection is necessarily about them.

Unfortunately, it's about introducing magic into the realm. Call it the Force, I guess...but only one man has it, and he's a holy terror. I'm guessing there will eventually be an explanation, but for now, I'm mildly disappointed in the development. I love the story enough to see where it leads though!

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2018-06-12

world-class military sci-fi thriller <br />

this story is for everyone who want to know what it would be like if Tom Clancy wrote for the Star Wars universe

6 of 7 people found this review helpful