StarFire : Vince Lombard

  • by Mike Lee
  • Narrated by Jason Brenizer
  • Series: Vince Lombard
  • 10 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Captain Vince Lombard, G-Marine company commander, is tasked with tracking down a stray ship. The Alliance Military Ship StarFire has gone silent, and previous attempts to locate her have resulted in the loss of more ships. After two previous wars with xenospecies humanity bumped into while expanding into space, no one knows what might be the cause of StarFire's missing in action status. And internal politics between Fleet command and the Galactic Marine Corps might mean that, unless something is done, humanity may get the news it's at war with yet another new race about the time they show up to attack one of the human systems in the sector.
A prequel to the book Fey, this story is a novelization of the story Vince related to Blondie in the previous book, which many readers requested. I'm happy to accomodate my readers by providing this novel-length version of that story.


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Very good book

I brought this book on a whim, not knowing the book or author, but am very glad that I did!

It is a very interesting premise and the structure works well, and you really get into the characters and events - I got quite emotional at the end! The structure of moving between the present (court of inquiry) and the events in flashback is often a recipe for disaster, but it is very deftly handled by Mr. Lee.

I usually like Jack Campbell and David Weber for my 'space opera', and this was similar but different enough to make it interesting. It does leave some big questions unanswered, but that's just making me look forward to the next installment.

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- S Hadaway

A very good story and well told.

A well written story with characters that you become involved with and narration that did it all justice.

Its been a while since a book made the hairs on my arms stand up. That possibly says it all.
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- Richard Miles

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-08-2014
  • Publisher: Michael L. Trimble