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When war is coming, does true love still matter? 

Every step over the rocky dirt and stilted grass brought him closer to her seemed too surreal. After the weeks of missing her, it seemed more like a lifetime had passed, yet nothing had changed. The wave of pleasure, the surge of protectiveness - all of it rushed out of him, as he finally took hold of her again. 

Life in the United Revolutionary States has never been easy for Aerie St. Cloud. Recovering from recent injuries and unable to recall the last few weeks of her life, she feels haunted by a growing absence in her memory. Stepping out in search of the truth, she is determined to get the answers she seeks - even if they only bring her more pain. 

After losing Aerie, Exton Shepherd once more faces the temptation to take his revenge against the URS and General St. Cloud in particular. With the help of his family, community, and Aerie's long-lost mother, Merra, he leads them into battle to reclaim the Ecclesia's outpost of Chaya in hopes of finding inner peace. Surrounded by secrets and deception and plagued by their own shortcomings, can Aerie and Exton find their way back to each other without sending the world into further chaos? 

Take your listening all over the world as Exton and Aerie return in The Breadth of Creation, the second book in the Divine Space Pirates trilogy, a futuristic romance series.

©2017 Christina (P)2019 C. S. Johnson

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  • North Wind Knight
  • 2019-10-19

another great story !!!!!

ANOTHER GREAT STORY EASY TO LOVE. NOTHING LIKE UNREQUITED LOVE BATTLING FATE ITSELF OUT FOR HAPPILY EVER AFTER. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM. CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE STORY. CAN STAND ALONE BUT IT FEELS LIKE A CLIFFHANGER. NARRATOR IS GREAT AND EASY TO FOLLOW.

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  • Sunnyles
  • 2020-06-25

Can Exton save Aeris or will she keep fighting him

Aeris is back in communications after her recovery from a "fall". General St Cloud is pushing Brock towards Aeris and she just knows things aren't right. Exton is hell bent on saving her even if she doesn't remember him, but before he can get to her she is arrested for treason. We get to meet Aeris' twin brothers, her sister (should have left her somewhere else) and her baby brother. There are more battles and conflict, but Exton and Aeris' story is far from over. These are non-stop action adventures that are far from predictable.

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  • Cathrine Bonham
  • 2020-06-13

A thrilling continuation.

The Breadth of Creation is a sequel to The Heights of Perdition and should be read in order. I love this continuing story about the fight against the flawed thinking of the URS. Aries and Extant (I don't know if the spelling is right, audio book problems) are still amazing people and they are perfect for each other. There are even more feels here as Aries brings her whole family with her when she needs to hurriedly flee New Hope and it's despicable dictator. This audiobook is amazing not only does it utilize duel narrators one for female voices and one for male voices. They sprinkled it full of sound effects and even music. It's basically an audio drama and I the production values are a professional quality. This is a must read story of overcoming oppression to live truly free.

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  • Pat
  • 2020-01-13

The story continues

I really like the couple that read this book. They did such a good job changing their voices for the different people. I like that a man & woman did their counterpart gender parts. It is easy to keep track of the different characters throughout the story. I love the story also. I don't know what to say about the story without giving away what the story is. It is the middle book in the series so I want to move on to the last one to learn how the "good" people hopefully win out over the people that I consider "bad". Also want to learn if there is an HEA for Aerie & Exton.