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- Print Length: 365 pages
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- Publisher: Ryk Brown (July 3, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 3, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008HC0V1Q
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,015 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ep.#4 - "Freedom's Dawn" (The Frontiers Saga) Kindle Edition
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A long-time fan of all things science and space, the advent of digital publishing has finally given him an excuse to write it all down and share it with others. ("Others" meaning someone other than his poor wife and daughter.)
The Frontiers Saga is an on-going series of sci-fi adventures, set in Ryk's version of humanity's future. His characters explore the vast reaches of the galaxy, and perhaps even the universe. He invites you all to join him on this journey of imagination.
Official Website: www.frontierssaga.com
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Given we only get small installments every two months on this story, you're probably like me and need a refresher. Bad news is there seem to be none on the web. Good news is I'm therefore attaching one below to hopefully save you the trouble of re-reading the first three as I had to do.
If you haven't read the first 3 books, stop reading my review and do so now. It's worth it and they are great.
If you have read the first three books, here's a recap.Read more ›
As you can read in other reviews in this one most of the action happens in and around the planet rather than " in space".
This didn't bother me at all even though I wanted the story to "move along" faster it was still very relevant despite what some other reviews have said.
It was obvious to me this book was another introduction, it was an introduction to the legend of Na-Tan which I believe will probably be quite important as the series progresses. When I purchased this book I went back and read starting from book 1.
You have to keep in mind that the story isn't "moving fast" as each book is a day or two in the life of the story. This story is meant to be serialized. Each book is meant to be another "episode".
I understand there is always a fear in serialized fiction whether in tv or book form that the writer will just add lots and lots of filler to keep the story going and the money flowing. I did not feel like that has started happening here at all.Instead I feel like we are still very much getting introduced to the story with lots and lots of detail.
If anything I think the author could be accused of adding to much detail and moving the story along to slowly but I have yet to see where pointless information is being fed. I imagine the Na-Tan legend is going to be a big part of the story and I am glad it was given ample introduction. Yes, there is lots of detail but I think its pretty realistic. Lots of characters dying..Read more ›
The whole episode was based on the attemts by the evil Takar to capture the Aurora by boarding action while the Capitan was on Corinair trying to convince everyone he was no legend, all to no avail. As other reviewers put it, this was all about one bad day that should have been attached to the last book or the begining of the next. I nearly stopped reading this book. After finishing, it occurs as a filler story designed to set up what comes next.
I still gave it 3 stars because if I'm going to read filler, better that it's from a good series and the action parts were not bad. But I do hope the author gets back to what made the series interesting in the first place. Ditch the hocus pocus legend crap, fix the ship, go take on the Takar fleet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The action never stops. Nathan and his crew are still attempting to repair the Aurora, their space ship from Earth, so they can use the jump drive to return home. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Rebecca Richardson
Excellent story line. Suggest reading the saga in sequencePublished 19 days ago by Wardna J Skidmore
Ryk Brown hits another grand slam home run with "Freedom's Dawn" and in doing so, he has established himself as a premier author of nail biting, action packed space... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Visaq
The fourth book in this series starts out fast but tends to get predictable in the middle chapters. The ending does pick up and holds your interest to make for a good read. Read morePublished 27 days ago by jlwilk
Excitement from beginning to end. Nathan beginning to become a legend leads us to want more of this exciting futuristic work of fiction, made real to the reader.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I often complain about books that go on and on without end. This series is very long winded, it has been four books and just covered four weeks of story line. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott L. Sammons
I don't know that the Frontiers Saga wouldn't have been published in the conventional way, but I'm sure glad it didn't have to be! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Simon J. Sobo
The Frontier series are really well written and keep you interested all the time. Science fiction at its best.Published 2 months ago by sonny
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I'm wondering why as well. I enjoyed the first three episodes and was looking forward to the next. Naturally I was quite satisfied when I reciecved the email that the next book was availiable.
But I can't buy it.
Surely a stupid decision like this can't be intentional.
Jul 6, 2012 by Hans-christian Prytz | See all 4 posts
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