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The Frontiers Saga: Episodes 1-3

The Frontiers Saga Episodes EPISODE AURORA CV A world recovering from a devastating plague A brutal enemy threatening invasion A young man seeking to escape the shadow of his father A ship manned by a crew of fresh academy

  • Title: The Frontiers Saga: Episodes 1-3
  • Author: Ryk Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • EPISODE 1 AURORA CV 01 A world recovering from a devastating plague A brutal enemy threatening invasion A young man seeking to escape the shadow of his father A ship manned by a crew of fresh academy graduates A top secret experimental propulsion system A questionable alliance with a mysterious green eyed woman What destiny has in store for the crew of the UES AuEPISODE 1 AURORA CV 01 A world recovering from a devastating plague A brutal enemy threatening invasion A young man seeking to escape the shadow of his father A ship manned by a crew of fresh academy graduates A top secret experimental propulsion system A questionable alliance with a mysterious green eyed woman What destiny has in store for the crew of the UES Aurora, is far greater than any of them could ever imagine And this is only the beginning EPISODE 2 THE RINGS OF HAVEN A ship stranded halfway across the galaxy A difficult and lengthy journey home A homeworld in urgent need of their return And now they are running out of food The crew of the Aurora must now trust their new allies in order to survive But their situation may be far serious than they imagined And their actions could have repercussions across the galaxy.Their journey home may just have gotten slightly complicated EPISODE 3 THE LEGEND OF CORINAIR A captain coming into his own A handful of refugees stranded on board A possible traitor in their midst A voyage into the territory of the very enemy that pursues them Sometimes legends become realities in unexpected ways It seems that fate has the crew of the Aurora firmly in its clutches Episode 4, Freedom s Dawn , Episode 5, Rise of the Corinari and Episode 6, Head of the Dragon are available now on Episode 7, The Expanse is coming in May 2013.

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    1. Matt Kurjanowicz on said:

      This is turning out to be an all-together enjoyable series of books. Each episode is a quick read and helps tell the story in a nice, relaxed manner. Brown focuses on making each book part of a larger whole, which means that he can take his time to discuss what is going on.I like the feeling that I get to explore the universe with the new ship. I get to be naive with the (new) Captain of the vessel, and I get to relish in his growth and mistakes.While the story line is cliched, I don't like it a [...]

    2. Manoj on said:

      It became too predictable by the third book soon as things got a little better, you knew something bad would happen. It was a good read towards the beginning, but by the 3rd book, I was finding myself looking for other things to do instead of reading.

    3. Beth Kuchta Bodnar on said:

      Keeps the pages turningI was skeptical. There are stereotypes here. There are a few repeated dialogues the author missed in editing. However, when it comes right down to it, I enjoyed the characters and rooted for them. There are resemblances to classic Star Trek - this is not a bad thing. Onward to episode 4 and crossing my fingers that the story, characters and action continue reeling me in.

    4. Jason Egan on said:

      Amazing start to this saga!This is an amazingly exciting start to this saga! The writing is fun and enjoyable. The technology used by the author feels "close at hand" and is very approachable. I am thoroughly enjoying this as I return to reading sci-fi. On to the next episode!

    5. Mick Bird on said:

      A great seriesI enjoyed reading this series of books, the first three gives you a introduce to the main characters. The battles that they have to face with a new rookie captain, minimum crew and in a totally new area of space.

    6. Aurora Lector (reading in twilight) on said:

      A bunch of kindle deals for Valentine's day - most of them look good!Find them from the Kindle Daily Deal page. Maynard and Jennica $0.99 Frances and Bernard $1.99 A Certain Slant of Light $1.99First Comes Love $1.99The Love Song of A. Jerome Minkoff $1.99Cupid $1.99Barefoot Season $2.19The Frontiers Saga $1.99Furies $1.99 (additionally, once you own the kindle book you can get the audible book for $1.99)The Captive Maiden $0.99The Merchant's Daughter $0.99The Fairest Beauty $0.99The Healer's Ap [...]

    7. Richard on said:

      Favorite Quote:mist opportunities are lost advantages. What are you trying to do, pickle your liver?Just remember, right or wrong, any decision made too late is a bad decision; the best of men are sometimes called upon to do the worst of things; better to err on the side of caution at this point. the best way to motivate someone to do what you want them to do is to make them think they have a chance of getting what they wantInteresting Characters:nathan scott, cameron, jessica, jaela, tug, josh, [...]

    8. Shelly Singhal on said:

      Could not put this downI made my way through this in two days. It's fantastic. It's not that the crew is made up of superheroes, it's just that bad things keep happening to them and they keep surviving. It's really well done. Starting book 4 now.

    9. Robert Alexander on said:

      Great storyI simply liked the whole story. Pretty amazing. Each of the characters was great. I kept wishing Nathan would get his act together and show some leadership - and he did!

    10. Dave Alloway on said:

      Starship Troopers anyone?This book started strong then deteriorated to the most basic high school version of Deep Space 9. So Ryk, let me get this straight, these outer worlds that are a 1000 light years away from a post apocalyptic Earth (+12000 years) retain English as their primary language? The tenuous plot support is that Angla (English) is the sacred but outlawed tongue in is part of the totalitarian universe. Yet all the locals speak it complete with colonialisms like "cool." One characte [...]

    11. Catherine Griffin on said:

      Entertaining space adventure serial with a strong Star Trek feel.It’s the far future. After discovering faster-than-light space travel and establishing colonies on other worlds, a devastating plague destroys Earth’s civilisation. The story starts with Earth having recovered and rediscovered space flight. Human colonies have spread across the galaxy and some are expanding empires, threatening Earth with war.The story follows politician’s son Nathan, who unexpectedly finds himself Captain of [...]

    12. Scott Sammons on said:

      Like heroine, the first taste is free!I compulsively chain-read the entire series to episode 14. This was actually one of the most expensive reading binges that I have gone on in several years. Over the top silly, hyperactive, frenetic and just plain crazy fun. Mr Brown does a masterful job with character development, dialogue, world-building and occasionally surprising twists. My only negative, is that the very nature of his battle scenes is repetitive, especially given the "All ahead full!" Sa [...]

    13. Anish on said:

      After forcibly finishing the first three episodes, it's hard for me to comprehend the high ratings this book has received on . I guess us sci-fi fans are just so desperate for a decent book or movie that we forgive way too much.Basically, this book reads like a script to a B movie on the Syfy channel. It steals every stereotypical character trope from Star Trek and makes them even more cheesy and predictable. I read that the author is an amateur learning on the fly, and that the episodes do get [...]

    14. Ralph on said:

      I think I'm going to like this series. I usually tire of shoot-em-up space battles rather quickly but, this series seems to have more going for it than just space battles. Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of action for those who crave it but, there is also more going on. The characters are relatable; the plot(s) are constantly in motion and interesting and there is adventure. I started with the first 3 episodes to see if I was going to like it. I do. It is not a deep, thought-provoking, searc [...]

    15. David Campbell on said:

      It was mostly enjoyable, but had several problems. It reads a bit like fanfic, and the author doesn't seem to know (or care) how actual science and spaceflight works. That could be OK, but The author keeps trying to provide extra detail and explanations for things that just make it worse. If you're going to use phony science, that can be OK, but just gloss over the details. If the author never uses the terms inertial dampeners again, that would be a start.

    16. Mark Zodda on said:

      Quick read, lots of action, but at the end I have to admit that I'm conflicted about reading any further. Compared to Jamie McFarlane's Privateer Tales, the characters and supporting actions in The Frontiers Saga are not as fully fleshed out and not as interesting. But because I'm waiting for the next entry in Privateer Tales, I'll probably read along for a little while longer in The Frontiers Saga to see how it goes.

    17. Sandi Shaw on said:

      Great charactersI've enjoyed this continuing story immensely. It was hard to put down. I plan to read the rest of this author's works. I don't have any real constructive criticism, other than more humor! The story is well written and has a a little of everything I like in a space scifi--humor, intrigue, battle scenes, tech, powerful women, smart men--all wrapped into a struggle for survival.

    18. GREGGCORDELL on said:

      Great read I figured I would give this series a try because it is hard to find a series I like ,that has just the right amount of action and even a little humor in it. This one is one of them. So we will see what happens next and I will be buying more of the series. Keep up the good work.

    19. Nathan Jent on said:

      Excellent startI really enjoyed this book. I think it is a great start to a series. I could definitely see this becoming a good television show. I can't wait to jump into the next book.

    20. Norma Grogan on said:

      Sci-Fi at its Best!A good old-fashioned, fun to read saga, filled with a cast of great characters, an interesting and exciting plot, and mile-a-minute action. This is one of those series you don't want to miss.

    21. Jeff Pietrzyk on said:

      I love the space-navy genre but what I specifically like about this series is the accurate portrayal of the naval officer. From the simple competition between Nathan and Cameron to Nathan's pondering the gravity of his decisions, it's an accurate representation of life commissioned.

    22. Ted R Turner on said:

      Good space saga.Good space saga.Nice series so far, books 1-3. Certainly no hesitation to continue the saga. Definitely recommend for sci-fi fans both young and old.

    23. Karl Donovan on said:

      the first three books available all at once? You would be silly not to buy!

    24. Johnny Tucker on said:

      What a great writerFantastic! The best thing I have read in a whileCaptivating start to finish I almost missed this book that would've been a true shame

    25. Ian Macfarlane on said:

      Fantastic series! I am absolutely thrilled to have found my way into it.

    26. Mk Moore on said:

      Great funGreat fun. Will keep reading. First three free on kindle unlimited. Fun characters great plot formula. Just the thing for late night reading.

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