Legend has it the faithful ship continues to patrol the empty battlefield, obeying its last order throughout the lonely centuries. Legend has it the faithful ship continues to patrol the empty battlefield, obeying its last order throughout the lonely centuries. It's hilarious but it does grow weary. Title: The Lost Starship Author: Vaughn Heppner Formats: Kindle. Ten thousand years ago, a single alien super-ship survived a desperate battle. At one point, I logged back into to Audible to see when the book was written. As starship Victory starts its new journey to the far beyond for information about the builders and the swarm, other human and android factions make the crews life difficult indeed.
Their superior warships and advanced technology destroy every fleet sent to stop them. I was miserable not knowing and bordering on desperate. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see. I was drawn into this story. Not knowing what to do with his life, Heppner became miserable and desperate until the day one of his good friends gave him a typewriter, and he immediately began writing a novel. I enjoyed the book for the most part.
He's sent on a mission to illicit the help of an ancient starship in order to defeat an advanced strain of humanity called: the New Men, who want to destroy the old less advanced old humans. For a soldier like Creed, there is only one way to keep breathing untainted air. Lost Star Ship is the first in a series of unknown length. You can visit Vaughn at I was born in Canada and remember as a small boy crawling in my snow-fort. This book is book 1 of a series, and book 2 is currently out as well. He is always sure of what to do next, and orders his team to shut up and obey him.
This book is riddled with typos, misused words, grammatical errors and even passive voice. The plot itself is full of holes, which one could be forgiven in thinking these will be resolved in the next few books based on how quickly and rushed the ending came across. The price is really reasonable on amazon so I'll probably keep plugging along with the rest of the story, I want to know what happens next! Maddox has to find a place hidden in the Beyond and bring back a ship no one can enter. He is an accomplished science fiction writer, and has many books written. Although the main story is one of war between entities spanning numerous worlds the core story is one of a small team of heroes, sometimes quite unwilling ones, embarking on a quest to find the legendary starship, which has given the title of book. Star Watch desperately needs something powerful to offset the annihilating Swarm numbers. The book's story was decent, but had many flaws.
The story opens with humanity facing extinction Ouch. But now, the enemy has returned, with high-tech weaponry well beyond anything of which humanity has dreamed. The swarm is coming, but will we surive? It is such a personal thing, but this listener found his voice enjoyable because of the flaws. This will be 13 hours of your life you won't get back. Their first mission is to kick the enemy off a backwater planet no one cares about.
He seeks Keith Maker, a drunken ex-strikefighter ace, Doctor Dana Rich the clone thief stuck on a prison planet and Lieutenant Valerie Noonan, the only person to have faced the New Men in battle and survived to tell about it. Ten thousand years ago, a single alien super-ship survived a desperate battle. It varied between South African, Australian and German. He is an enigma, boasting superior abilities and intelligence, but n The Lost Starship by Vaughn Heppner is a rollicking great read. This is a fairly interesting scifi, that has only one narrative. Maddox needs the neglected superweapons repaired so he can rescue a Star Watch fleet trapped deep in enemy territory.
What reaction did this book spark in you? It is then that they all must turn to finding Captain Maddox once again and, with his help, utilize the once lost starship that now lies dormant, with Maddox being the only one that was ever able to get it to run. The first 20 minutes of hearing his 'Scottish' accent has me roaring with laughter. We also get to go on a ride to see a massive space battle occurring in another galaxy, as well as seeing our first female builder. This is indeed a quite enjoyable science fiction adventure. I realise I am not helping him make the choice of writing the sequel by giving the book a 2-star rating but perhaps that lack of passion for his own characters is what I felt when reading the story, in which case it is probably best that the story ends here. While not a bad thing necessarily, it was for this book.
About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. And oh my, that accent. This publisher pack includes Terra Nova and Bloodlines. What he isn't supposed to do is die. The author telegraphed his main character's angst over his origins in chapter 1. As for the narrator, who was at best dull and at worst awkward, I am very happy to see that the next books in the series use a different one. Humanity needs unity or each planet will fall alone.
Valerie Noonan, the only person who to have survived a battle against the New Men. Not just setting up the premise, it would also work at creating both the ongoing style and tone as well, with the overall sense of atmosphere and ambiance of the series as a whole. It would have profited from better direction and better continuity. If he fails, the New Men will replace the old. By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number.