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Retreat And Adapt - Thomas DePrima
Retreat And Adapt
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The next adventure in the best-selling series: A Galaxy UnknownAdmiral Jenetta Carver, in Region One for just the second time since becoming Commander of the Second Fleet, receives a message that the scout-destroyer Yenisei, on routine patrol, is overdue. The ship's last report ended with a... show more
The next adventure in the best-selling series: A Galaxy UnknownAdmiral Jenetta Carver, in Region One for just the second time since becoming Commander of the Second Fleet, receives a message that the scout-destroyer Yenisei, on routine patrol, is overdue. The ship's last report ended with a statement that they were attempting to overtake several small ships spotted on their DeTect monitors. Weeks later, the Yenisei is found. Technological advances have made Space Command the most powerful military force in the known galaxy, but although sheathed with Dakinium and believed to be almost impervious to weapons fire, the Yenisei's hull is riddled with holes and the crew is dead. The ship's computer log contains images of three attacking vessels with a configuration never before seen in GA space. It appears that a new enemy has emerged, one with weapons superior to anything Space Command has. Book 9 of the Best Selling series - A Galaxy Unknown Sci-Fi Space Opera - 111,500 Words - 384 Pages
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781619310193 (1619310198)
ASIN: 1619310198
Pages no: 364
Edition language: English
Series: A Galaxy Unknown (#9)
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5.0 Retreat And Adapt (A Galaxy Unknown #9)
This is the 9th book in the A Galaxy Unknown series. It continues the tradition of the books in this series by getting a top star rating from me. Few, if any, book series have managed to keep such a high level of scores throughout such a long series.As with the other books in the series this is a we...
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