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by David Greenley

A young member of the Merceneer GuildForge accepts a task of a government mission. Unknowingly, this person will be the deciding factor to vanquish a force of incredible technological power from a sector bent on peace. And in the long-run, shall become an honored hero.

Long desc. : The Terran Coalition, a serene and mighty union of worlds, have been on the brink of all-out war. After the last conflict was resolved--known as the Battle of Carnage--Stellar Fleet Forge and the United Star Alliance devised a scheme to purge the advocates of tyranny from their dominion. And with the war effort underway, the Battle Finale shall ultimately take place at the edge of the Jewel Sector: a port called Stockere's Peer.

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ISBN: 0738812420
ISBN13: 978-0738812427
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Author: David Greenley
Language: English
Publisher: Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (November 16, 1999)
Pages: 481 pages
ePUB size: 1354 kb
FB2 size: 1965 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 306
Other Formats: lrf mbr lit lrf

Really, really hard to read because it is NOT even a passable English translation of what appears to be an early mechanical computer translation into English of a "Star Trek" clone story. Example: "A great ship that could strike fear into the heart of the enemy, daunting the sheer grandeur of the fierce". from pg. 97 tradepaperback printing. The above was better than many passages and I believe it may have originated as a graphic novel, where the text supplemented the art. Not in any sense is the text acceptable English and many of the "SciFi" terms are unique to this story, yet even those occasionally are strangely twisted. Originally I thought the story was a recalled dream sequence. It is impossible to truly enjoy due to it's lack of English form. Call it "pigeon English" at best. Recommend avoidance. Thanks, Harry!
I feel this book will reach all generations from young to old. It is thrilling and very deep combined. One of those books that gets worn and torn as it is read again and again. Amazing to see such much talent from an author so young. I feel he will have more to come in the future that are every bit as intriguing and entertaining.
If I ever saw this Starbird I would shoot him down. This book was nothing but half-baked ideas thrown together to make 481 pages of garbage. How was this book ever published? My advice is to stop writting and join the circus.