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The Price of Peace

A Faded Star, Book 4
Written by: Michael Freeport
Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
Series: A Faded Star
Length: 9 hrs and 49 mins

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The exciting conclusion to the Faded Star saga.

Humanity faces challenges from both without and within.

The Woduur are unyielding in their desire to subjugate the humans, and the Karn people protest and riot on Lashmere. The alliance is up to its old tricks, playing both sides of the conflict, and Lashmere Intelligence looks for answers to the Behemoth mystery.

Admiral Stokes leads the battle-worn fleet against long odds. Only courage, cunning, and heroism will allow them to prevail.

Will humanity survive?

©2019 Michael Freeport (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • 24-12-19

I just binged the whole series

Book 4 seems like a much longer book that was edited down. It’s a great read regardless. I wish I had #5 to start right away. Well done.

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  • lburris
  • 18-12-19

Excellent

Another great book from one of my favorite series. Looking forward to what comes next.

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  • David Loftin
  • 09-12-19

Great book!!!

I liked the book, the Peformance was realy good,
The any problem is the wait time between books, a year between books is too long. I would like to see more book alot fast.

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  • 05-12-19

Good series

Some of the more enjoyable sci-fi released in the last few years. Anyone who is a fan of Robotech, lensman, Macross, or Halo should really enjoy this series. The writer plays to his strengths and Macleod Andrews is good as always.