The Lost Planet : The Lost Starship

  • by Vaughn Heppner
  • Narrated by Mark Boyett
  • Series: The Lost Starship
  • 14 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Last voyage, Captain Maddox entered a distant star system with a Swarm fleet. The sheer numbers were staggering, a 100-1 advantage against all human spacecraft. If the highly aggressive, racist insects gained hyper-spatial tube technology - allowing them to cross 1,000 light-years in seconds - it would mean Armageddon for Earth.
Star Watch desperately needs something powerful to offset the annihilating Swarm numbers. As if on cue, Professor Ludendorff declares he has discovered the whereabouts of ancient Builder technology, a tech so potent it could defeat the Swarm.
Star Watch takes the bait, ordering Captain Maddox to find the lost planet holding the ancient technology.
Ludendorff has a plan involving androids to lure his arch rival - Methuselah Man Strand - to his doom.
The crew of Starship Victory knows nothing of this, and thus blindly enters a web of intrigue and danger. The captain will need the AI Galyan, Valerie, and Riker like never before. Humanity's hope against the coming Swarm holocaust rests on the outcome.
The Lost Planet is the sixth book in the Lost Starship series.

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Most Helpful

Exciting battles if rather quickly sorted out

A good listen and well narrated, the chacters are still a bit 2d, but you get used to it. As with previous books a need to go somewhere came out of nowhere, but provided a good narrative for many a tricky situation to get out of. It all got sorted out a bit quickly and tidily at the end though. Looking forward to the next and maybe last installment of this series as it doesn't look too good for the humans.
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- D. Marsh

the best one for some while.

The series is back on track. This one was fresh and exciting with many new and interesting plot threads to stop the long term story line from get tired.
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- S. Griffiths

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-04-2017
  • Publisher: Vaughn Heppner