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Star Force: Origin Series Box Set, 89-92

Star Force Universe, Book 23
Written by: Aer-ki Jyr
Narrated by: Stephen Day
Length: 12 hrs and 48 mins
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The Origin Series is empire building at its finest, with 100 episodes and over 2.5 million words in the military science fiction serial detailing the rise of Star Force from corporate entity into an interstellar empire over the course of more than a millennium. 

Follow a core group of characters known as the Trailblazers as they use alien technology and knowledge discovered in Antarctic ruins to obtain limited immortality and lead Humanity out into the galaxy, encountering, befriending, and fighting hundreds of alien races all the while desperately trying to prepare Earth for the unbeatable threat at the core of the Milky Way that is destined to return and reclaim their lost colony...and their former Human slaves.

Episodes in this box set:

  • SF89-Resolution
  • SF90-Collaboration
  • SF91-Reclamation
  • SF92-Mantle
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93-96 is missing

The entire catalog for this series is a mess. 93-96 is missing plus all the Mak'to'ran books are listed as books 27 - 30 but they should be somewhere past 100. There are several other instances of mislabeling of books orders. Also why is every individual book listed in the catalog if they are not available on audible? You should remove the books that are not available so it isn't confusing. Just have the box sets.