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Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary may have saved the Alliance only to destroy it, in this thrilling and eagerly awaited continuation of the New York Times bestselling series. Geary believed in the Alliance. Even when he uncovered overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps, he believed i Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary may have saved the Alliance only to destroy it, in this thrilling and eagerly awaited continuation of the New York Times bestselling series. Geary believed in the Alliance. Even when he uncovered overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps, he believed it was worth saving. And that his duty was to see that justice was served even though some factions feared that revealing the truth would cause the Alliance to crumble. But after narrowly surviving two assassination attempts when he brings evidence of the misdeeds to the capital star system, Geary realizes that some have decided the easiest way to make the Alliance's problems go away is to get rid of him. He finds himself ordered to undertake a perilous new mission outside of the reaches of human-occupied space while the Senate clashes over the evidence. Geary's warships must escort a diplomatic and scientific mission across the dangerous, disintegrating remnants of the Syndicate Worlds empire. But even if he can make it to Midway Star System, the gateway to alien-controlled space, Geary will face former Syndicate officials who have rebelled and regard the Alliance with deep suspicion. And that will be the easy part. . . .


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Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary may have saved the Alliance only to destroy it, in this thrilling and eagerly awaited continuation of the New York Times bestselling series. Geary believed in the Alliance. Even when he uncovered overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps, he believed i Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary may have saved the Alliance only to destroy it, in this thrilling and eagerly awaited continuation of the New York Times bestselling series. Geary believed in the Alliance. Even when he uncovered overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps, he believed it was worth saving. And that his duty was to see that justice was served even though some factions feared that revealing the truth would cause the Alliance to crumble. But after narrowly surviving two assassination attempts when he brings evidence of the misdeeds to the capital star system, Geary realizes that some have decided the easiest way to make the Alliance's problems go away is to get rid of him. He finds himself ordered to undertake a perilous new mission outside of the reaches of human-occupied space while the Senate clashes over the evidence. Geary's warships must escort a diplomatic and scientific mission across the dangerous, disintegrating remnants of the Syndicate Worlds empire. But even if he can make it to Midway Star System, the gateway to alien-controlled space, Geary will face former Syndicate officials who have rebelled and regard the Alliance with deep suspicion. And that will be the easy part. . . .

30 review for Boundless

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    Book 1 of the third series. Spoilers ahead for the first two. Opens with delivering evidence, facing assassination attempts, hearing progress, and getting orders. It includes a shakedown journey with leave in the middle, negotiations, Black Jack being significant, Syndicate prisoners, objections to calling the Dancers by that name even though they won't tell their own (they answer we or us when asked), and more. Book 1 of the third series. Spoilers ahead for the first two. Opens with delivering evidence, facing assassination attempts, hearing progress, and getting orders. It includes a shakedown journey with leave in the middle, negotiations, Black Jack being significant, Syndicate prisoners, objections to calling the Dancers by that name even though they won't tell their own (they answer we or us when asked), and more.

  2. 4 out of 5

    C.T. Phipps

    I am a huge fan of the LOST FLEET books. While I didn't care for the second series as much as the first, I still loved the additions to the world and devoured all of Blackjack Geary's adventures. So I was incredibly excited about the return of character as well as his supporting cast. It's an interesting new take on the subject that both expands the themes of the first two series, follows up events, and also adds some influence from recent events in the United States. After having proven the exis I am a huge fan of the LOST FLEET books. While I didn't care for the second series as much as the first, I still loved the additions to the world and devoured all of Blackjack Geary's adventures. So I was incredibly excited about the return of character as well as his supporting cast. It's an interesting new take on the subject that both expands the themes of the first two series, follows up events, and also adds some influence from recent events in the United States. After having proven the existence of the AI fleet that imperiled all of humanity was created by his own government, Blackjack returns to the capital and presents his evidence to the Senate. Unfortunately, the Senate's guilty are determined to obfuscate the truth in a deluge of lies as well as victim blaming. Blackjack is forced to go on yet another long-term mission in hopes of getting out of the way until democracy prevails--but will it? There's a lot of references I enjoyed, including to the short-run comic book series but newcomers will not have difficulty catching up. Admiral Geary just wants to make sure the Alliance continues but so much corruption, lying, and politics have infested it that it remains ever in danger of collapse. Even worse, he is viewed as a threat to his own people just because he's won the hearts and minds of the people through both victory as well as honest behavior. Jack Campbell remains determined to make sure that we know our hero will never betray democracy, though. Even when it seems to have utterly failed. A thing that feels all too relevant these days.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Stillman

    This is the most adorable military sci-fi series you will ever read. Issues with the dialogue aside (the Syndic characters still speak in a really stilted manner and have viewpoints that make them seem remarkably dense), the author's commitment to justice, hope, democratic governance, and equality shine through and really carry the spirit of the series past the clunkier or more hokie elements.. Honestly, my biggest problem with the series is that we hit the same locations (more or less) as the p This is the most adorable military sci-fi series you will ever read. Issues with the dialogue aside (the Syndic characters still speak in a really stilted manner and have viewpoints that make them seem remarkably dense), the author's commitment to justice, hope, democratic governance, and equality shine through and really carry the spirit of the series past the clunkier or more hokie elements.. Honestly, my biggest problem with the series is that we hit the same locations (more or less) as the previous series. Varandal - Atilla - Indras - Midway. For a book entitled "Boundless", it would have been nice to see unexplored areas of the setting.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anne - Books of My Heart

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   Review copy was received from NetGalley. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. If you have enjoyed Jack Campbell's other series, Lost Fleet and Beyond the Frontier , and Lost Stars ,   Genesis Fleet series, you will love this too.  I started reading Jack Campbell in 2015 when I was sent an ARC of one of the Leviathon, which was the final book in the Beyond the Frontier s This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   Review copy was received from NetGalley. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. If you have enjoyed Jack Campbell's other series, Lost Fleet and Beyond the Frontier , and Lost Stars ,   Genesis Fleet series, you will love this too.  I started reading Jack Campbell in 2015 when I was sent an ARC of one of the Leviathon, which was the final book in the Beyond the Frontier series.   Of course with my OCD,  I had to read the previous NINE books before I could read it.  I was in the middle of moving from Minnesota to North Carolina, so I got the audio CDs from the library.  And thus, my love affair with this world began. These are people with character strength , compassion and intelligence. Characters of this exceptional quality are classic in Jack Campbell's works.    I love the strategy and technology and politics!  I love Geary's reaction to the politics.  This reaction, along with the personal qualities of some of the crew provide some humor in what is often a life and death situation. Boundless is the start of the new Outlands series which is the farthest into the future of the Lost Fleet world.  It is a joy for fans like me who have read everything and want to know what happens next after the Alliance and the Syndicate worlds have a peace treaty.  Well, the politics and battles are not over.  People either want Geary to be their leader or assassinate him because they think he has too much power.   The Senate sends him on a new diplomatic and science mission while they sort out those who worked around the Senate and the ongoing politics. First, their ships must have repairs and that allows John and Tanya to visit the Geary home in Glenlyon.  My heart was full with learning even more of this history.   Then they went on to the Midway star system which is a revitalized Syndicate world, now operating independently.  The Lost Stars series is the one which shows the development of the Midway star system at the end of the war.  It was great to see the characters here who are like old and dear friends. The missions are to further development of the hypernet gates and then go on for a new diplomatic mission with the Dancers.   Boundless is only the start with the work at Midway with the hypernet gates.  Many people don't know what to think about the different aliens discovered in Geary's previous mission. They didn't expect them to find aliens; it was supposed to be a suicide mission to get rid of him. Instead they found three alien species and were able to establish communication with the Dancers. I was worried all through about some who seem to have prejudices about the Dancers.  I feel protective about the Dancers. I am ecstatic to have more of this world and these characters.  I hope Boundless will have an audio version.  I was glad to have listened to some of the earlier books on audio.  Christian Rummel gave a wonderful performance with just the right emotional tones.  Reading Boundless, I could hear his voice (pronunciations) of the the names of characters and places. After Iceni's and Drakon's virtual presences had left, Bradamont lingered to salute Geary. " Thank you for getting my colonel back safely to me, sir." Ambassador Rycerz beamed at her. "They understand now, don't they? That I really am in charge here?" "No," Bradamont said, shaking her head. "They still think he runs the Alliance, but is doing so behind a screen. Even his time leaving Midway to go to Kane is to them simply more proof of how Admiral Geary is maintaining the pretense of answering to you rather than you answering to him." "You're joking." "No, I'm sorry, I'm not. That's how they view the universe, and everything they see is filtered through that. But they also view Admiral Geary as an, um, enlightened leader in their own mold, which is why they remain willing to deal with the Alliance as long as the Alliance is perceived to be Admiral Geary's kingdom." "Fine." Ambassador Rycerz had apparently developed yet another headache.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Boundless (The Lost Fleet: Outlands, #1) by Jack Campbell a.k.a. John G. Hemry begins a new chapter in the adventures of Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary. In this one Geary has brought back overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps. When he presents this to the Alliance senate the uproar is unpreceded. While the senate fights about how to handle the situation and who to hold responsible Geary is sent on a Boundless (The Lost Fleet: Outlands, #1) by Jack Campbell a.k.a. John G. Hemry begins a new chapter in the adventures of Admiral John "Black Jack" Geary. In this one Geary has brought back overwhelming evidence that the highest echelons of the government and fleet command were involved in secret programs and prison camps. When he presents this to the Alliance senate the uproar is unpreceded. While the senate fights about how to handle the situation and who to hold responsible Geary is sent on a perilous new mission outside of the reaches of human-occupied space. Geary and his entire fleet of ships must escort a diplomatic and scientific mission across the dangerous, disintegrating remnants of the Syndicate Worlds empire to the Midway Star System, the gateway to alien-controlled space. After negotiating a deal with the Midway System to connect the hypernet gates together he must continue on through the dangerous Enigma-controlled space to the Alliance's allies the Dancers, there to set up a diplomatic mission. This book is a great continuation of this fantastic series. I highly recommend it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    MAB LongBeach

    After Admiral Geary turns over his evidence to the Alliance Senate, he is sent to take a fleet through Syndic space to Midway, to tie its hyperlink gate into the Alliance network, and then onward to Dancer space, to try to get to know those aliens better. Dangers both within and without beset the fleet, leading to some thrilling action sequences. Those looking for realistic, non-jingoistic naval SF are in for a treat with the Lost Fleet series and its follow-on series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anne Szlachcic

    This is the 1st book in a new arc in this long running series featuring Admiral Jack Geary and whilst this book can be read as a standalone - reading the previous arc would be of benefit ( there are far too many books previous to this one to start from the 1st book just to get an idea of the characters and the worldbuilding . Following the defeat of the AI fleet and base Jack has proceeded to Unity to present his evidence of Government and Fleet Command involvement of treason to the Alliance . Fro This is the 1st book in a new arc in this long running series featuring Admiral Jack Geary and whilst this book can be read as a standalone - reading the previous arc would be of benefit ( there are far too many books previous to this one to start from the 1st book just to get an idea of the characters and the worldbuilding . Following the defeat of the AI fleet and base Jack has proceeded to Unity to present his evidence of Government and Fleet Command involvement of treason to the Alliance . From the start there are those who would try to keep that evidence from being presented , and even go as far as trying to assassinate Jack , not just once but twice . Those who would protect him whilst the Senate deliberate the evidence , set him up with new orders direct from the Senate itself , bypassing Fleet Command - those orders are twofold - escort a diplomatic and scientific mission to Midway , across dangerous , disintegrating Syndicate space , followed by escorting a diplomatic ship to their Alien allies(??) home base . The mission is fraught from the start - just who can they trust ? there are those who fear the Alien allies so much that they would do anything to kill the mission . Even the defeated former Syndicate officials are determined to make things as difficult as possible , setting dangerous traps along the way . This is a brilliant character driven series which never disappoints the reader - fast paced , full of space battles where lives are in the balance , traitors around every corner - what more can a reader ask for ???? I await the next in series with bated breath . I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darryl S Rich

    I really enjoy Jack Campbell’s novels about Black Jack Geary’s world, and this one was particularly enjoyable as it tied in previous novels of companion series, all of which have been enjoyable reads and whose characters become familiar friends. The book is more about personal relationships and diplomacy (at least the first half) than space battles but it continues the story line and there is plenty of action and it moves quickly keeping your interest. However, this and previous books do have on I really enjoy Jack Campbell’s novels about Black Jack Geary’s world, and this one was particularly enjoyable as it tied in previous novels of companion series, all of which have been enjoyable reads and whose characters become familiar friends. The book is more about personal relationships and diplomacy (at least the first half) than space battles but it continues the story line and there is plenty of action and it moves quickly keeping your interest. However, this and previous books do have one annoying feature (which I hope the author and publisher fix in the future). It has an antiquated and frustrating style of chapters. In today’s age many people read on multiple devices. It is important to be able to easily find where they left off from one device to another using the electronic table of contents. Many modern writers will use over a hundred chapters for the same length novel, which makes it easier to find where you left off. Jack Campbell has only 19 chapters with multiple sections (separated by a symbol) which makes easy movement within the novel difficult. I wish he would go to the more modern format. Other than this frustration, I really liked this book and hope to see more in the future. I recommend it for people familiar with Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet novels.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have a problem reviewing the Lost Fleet novels. It seem that almost every time a new one is released, it's my new favourite... it isn't that I'm fickle, its just that they're that good. This is book 16 and I’m still wanting more. I am comfortable saying that this one may be one of the best - not because of the action, other books in the series have had far better battle scenes, but because of the characters. I have never complained about the characters and I won't because from book 1 of the or I have a problem reviewing the Lost Fleet novels. It seem that almost every time a new one is released, it's my new favourite... it isn't that I'm fickle, its just that they're that good. This is book 16 and I’m still wanting more. I am comfortable saying that this one may be one of the best - not because of the action, other books in the series have had far better battle scenes, but because of the characters. I have never complained about the characters and I won't because from book 1 of the original series they were interesting and believable. However, this book develops them (all of them) in different ways. We see more of their past psychological harms, more of their character, and, above all, we see more of the difficult personal decisions that make them heroes. One example, Duellos, already one of my favourite secondary characters, the choices he makes off scene and their impact on the character... heartbreaking but realistic. As always, its nice to see characters that we saw more in depth in other books from a different perspective. Most notably, its nice to return to Midway and see that gang..

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mark Romero

    Another fine addition to the story. I like how he's incorporating content from his Genesis Fleet and Lost Stars books as well. Something I did notice was this story was more of a solo book for Geary and not really about the fleet and his interactions with them. So it's kind of evolved (or strayed depending on how you feel) from the first arc and even the second one. If you think about story progression, a book like this was inevitable in order to resolve various conflicts and flush the story out Another fine addition to the story. I like how he's incorporating content from his Genesis Fleet and Lost Stars books as well. Something I did notice was this story was more of a solo book for Geary and not really about the fleet and his interactions with them. So it's kind of evolved (or strayed depending on how you feel) from the first arc and even the second one. If you think about story progression, a book like this was inevitable in order to resolve various conflicts and flush the story out. So this book was half recap and half setup. Be interesting to see where the story goes from here considering the nature of this particular mission. Can't wait to see how it ends up and if this leads to more books from the other POVs.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brian Quinn

    Highly Recommended for Sci-fi fans As always, Campbell has delivered yet another fantastic piece of science fiction filled with action, mystery, suspense, romance, and rip roaring adventures that span light years across our galaxy. The only thing negative I would have to say about his works, and this book in particular, is that it takes him about a year or so to release a sequel because I always want to know what’s going to happen next when I reach the end of every one of his books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Following in the footsteps of the last book in the Lost Fleet series, this book begins an epic new chapter of Admiral John “Blackjack” Geary’s journey. With throwbacks to the very beginning of the series as well as new intrigues and challenges, this book, it’s author, and it’s narrator do an excellent job of taking us from Unity to Midway and in between. The story also weaves in and wraps up the Corsair comic series and returning another member of the Geary family to the Alliance fold. This is t Following in the footsteps of the last book in the Lost Fleet series, this book begins an epic new chapter of Admiral John “Blackjack” Geary’s journey. With throwbacks to the very beginning of the series as well as new intrigues and challenges, this book, it’s author, and it’s narrator do an excellent job of taking us from Unity to Midway and in between. The story also weaves in and wraps up the Corsair comic series and returning another member of the Geary family to the Alliance fold. This is the book we’ve been waiting for years to read. The worst part of this book is when it is over!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nikola

    So I wanted to re listen the series from the start when I saw there was a NEW BOOK yay. But when I finished ......... disappointing. There was nothing new in the book it was like reading same stories same plot from other books. Government fears him check, other admirals plotting against him check, dangerous unavoidable urgent mission check, betrayal on ship check .......and it goes on and on. Feeling i'm getting frim this book its a prequel written in 2 mounts for a book that is coming soon. So I wanted to re listen the series from the start when I saw there was a NEW BOOK yay. But when I finished ......... disappointing. There was nothing new in the book it was like reading same stories same plot from other books. Government fears him check, other admirals plotting against him check, dangerous unavoidable urgent mission check, betrayal on ship check .......and it goes on and on. Feeling i'm getting frim this book its a prequel written in 2 mounts for a book that is coming soon.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Spitzer

    Fun space opera read. Like the others in the Lost Fleet series it is a quality novel. If you have not read any of the series I recommend starting with the first book of the series. I have decided to re-read the first book as my next book. Some may complain because there is more character building early in this book, but there is plenty of action and political stress to go along also. The character building is needed for what comes later, so the complainers can go breathe vacuum. I highly recomme Fun space opera read. Like the others in the Lost Fleet series it is a quality novel. If you have not read any of the series I recommend starting with the first book of the series. I have decided to re-read the first book as my next book. Some may complain because there is more character building early in this book, but there is plenty of action and political stress to go along also. The character building is needed for what comes later, so the complainers can go breathe vacuum. I highly recommend this book :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dave Stone

    Like a comfy old pair of shoes At this point in the story it's main appeal is familiarity. I've know these characters for so long now that it almost doesn't matter what they do, I'm just spending time with them. Doing the same old navy stuff on a ship. There is a story here, but you'd be excused if you missed it. You'd also be excused if you drift off to sleep once or twice wile reading this book. It's comfortable, but getting a little worn out. Like a comfy old pair of shoes At this point in the story it's main appeal is familiarity. I've know these characters for so long now that it almost doesn't matter what they do, I'm just spending time with them. Doing the same old navy stuff on a ship. There is a story here, but you'd be excused if you missed it. You'd also be excused if you drift off to sleep once or twice wile reading this book. It's comfortable, but getting a little worn out.

  16. 4 out of 5

    IMMANUEL

    Black Jack is back I loved this new story in the latest lost fleet books with a new mission for Admiral Black Jack Geary Story with a great cliff hanger I can't wait for the next book as always Jack Campbell has outdone himself with this new story with a great twist to it, I'm trying not to say what its about as it will spoil the story and surprise that it brings Thanks again for another brilliant story Black Jack is back I loved this new story in the latest lost fleet books with a new mission for Admiral Black Jack Geary Story with a great cliff hanger I can't wait for the next book as always Jack Campbell has outdone himself with this new story with a great twist to it, I'm trying not to say what its about as it will spoil the story and surprise that it brings Thanks again for another brilliant story

  17. 5 out of 5

    Speed

    Best Dam Book of 2021 Like many others, how long have been waiting for the return of John “Black Jack” Geary from where things left off without returning the past! As my title suggests this has been the best dam read of my 2021 so far & once more contains everything you need in a book of this gender. Well done to the author on all levels & I await the best book with anticipation. Just do t take too long !!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Molly Mcginn

    I love all Jack Campbell’s books, and this 16th entry in the Lost Fleet universe is just as satisfying and well written as ever. I’ve listened to this one twice already and will doubtless read/listen (I always buy the whispersync combo) many more times while awaiting the next entry in the Outlands subseries.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Craigecarey

    Wow, back with some old friends again!!!! Great Book after a bit of a break. The story is great and it is clear the time away from the characters allowed the author to develop a good story for them. I have truly enjoyed spending time with Thanks again, and I am looking forward to a few more books.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Craig Thomson

    Excellent if not a little slow. I have read everything from lost fleet. I love this series. I had hoped we would see Black Jack do a little more in 400 pages than he did. As slow as Mr Campbell releases books I had hoped there would be more adventure. It still gets 5 stars and is still an amazing book. If you’re a fan, get it. Today!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jo (Mixed Book Bag)

    I had forgotten how quickly Jack Campbell could draw me into to a story. I was hooked from the first page and everything flowed in a way that kept me hooked. It was great to step into the world of John "Black Jack" Geary and see once again many of the characters from the previous books. Glad it is a trilogy sorry that I have to wait for the next book. I had forgotten how quickly Jack Campbell could draw me into to a story. I was hooked from the first page and everything flowed in a way that kept me hooked. It was great to step into the world of John "Black Jack" Geary and see once again many of the characters from the previous books. Glad it is a trilogy sorry that I have to wait for the next book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ron Kastner

    I really like Jack Campbell stories. This one though, trying to bring readers up to date on the past as well as set in play future plot directions, came across as disjointed. The big moment at the end seemed, as a result, underwhelming. There are enough plot lines left though for several more exciting books, which all Jack Campbell fans will want to read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    It ties up a lot of the loose threads from the previous two John Geary and the Genesis fleet trilogy and sets up a compelling new one. Gives us a nice interlude with Jack and Tanya rather than Admiral Geary and Captain Desjani. Poses an extremely interesting question about John and Siona Desjani. But the whole book feels like an 'inbetween' stories rather than one in itself. It ties up a lot of the loose threads from the previous two John Geary and the Genesis fleet trilogy and sets up a compelling new one. Gives us a nice interlude with Jack and Tanya rather than Admiral Geary and Captain Desjani. Poses an extremely interesting question about John and Siona Desjani. But the whole book feels like an 'inbetween' stories rather than one in itself.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    Up to par As Black Jack eases his way through yet another good read. I just love the characters old and new, who rise to their role and never cease to provide an unanticipated twist and turn to events. Intrigues and delights are plentiful, resulting in never wanting to put the book down. I need the next book NOW!!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Richard Ritenbaugh

    Another good Admiral Black Jack Geary novel. This one touches a lot more on his pre-war life, and he begins to realize how much he has lost by being in stasis for a century. But it has also benefitted him in the present, giving him a more rounded understanding of the situation the Alliance finds itself in. Good setup book for the rest of the series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Julie Welcheck

    Great Jack Campbell continues with his Lost Fleet series With humor and action. His plot continues to hold your interest So that it's hard to put it down and it's characters are well developed and interesting. I am looking forward to the next book in the series. Great Jack Campbell continues with his Lost Fleet series With humor and action. His plot continues to hold your interest So that it's hard to put it down and it's characters are well developed and interesting. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Harris

    Great read. I enjoyed the book immensely, the only thing that will keep me from reading the rest of the series is the price. $15.00 is a bit steep. I understand making a profit, but, I understand going broke even better.

  28. 5 out of 5

    James Edward Scott howells

    Black Jack lives Great continuation of the Admiral Black Jacks adventures. Closing holes in the ending of his previous books and opening up future books. Could not put book down read it cover to cover (well ebook so....mega to byte?).

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mike Daigneault

    Waiting for a long time for this....not disappointed Very good continuation of this universe. I did not read the shattered stars books. I think I might just do that now. Waiting for next chapter.....

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    It took me a while to remember what was going on as the last book was so long ago, but once it felminto place a really enjoyed the story. It finished halfway though. One half of the mission done the next half is another book. I wonder how long for it to be published.

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