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Elvians (The Silver Ships Book 18) Kindle Edition
Alex’s fleet arrives too late to prevent the Ollassa from attempting to oust the interlopers. The ill-equipped Ollassa attack the harvesting machines, and alien fighters destroy every Ollassa ship. The Omnians find not a single piece of debris from the alien fighters. The Ollassa fail to score one kill.
The fleet’s SADEs, self-aware digital entities, make contact with the aliens and discover an artificial intelligence (AI) guides the ship and its defenses. Omnians are reminded of recent encounters with AIs, none of which have been good. Wary of the new AI, precautions are taken.
Alex’s first-contact efforts are embroiled in a mire of political conflict. A highly structured race exists aboard the alien ship. Those individuals, who live in the core, service the elites who inhabit the arches. One elite, the Deloy, rules the ship and the AI.
Alex must broker a shift in the ship’s political structure to balance the power within the alien race. Afterward, he must deal with the Ollassa losses. During these delicate steps, the fleet prepares against the launch of the alien ship’s fleet of deadly fighters.
- ASIN : B08KHGWSW1
- Publisher : Hannon Books, Inc. (September 30, 2020)
- Publication date : September 30, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1880 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 393 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #29,078 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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ambassador for her race. Scarlet Mandator was wonderful in representing the Life Givers and the Ollassa! It was so refreshing to see the intimate connection and first communication between ALL the players especially the SADEs and Vystram. I certainly hope that their story will be updated in future. I am so happy to be reunited with all the players Nata Nefless Tatia Ellie Etienne Alain Ude Killien Miranda Z Julien and the rest. There is so much to be hopeful and joyful about especially Ude’s healing. The Silver Ships NEVER disappoints! Thank you for making me smile and sigh! Cannot wait for the Q-Gates!
I see clearly where the series is headed, and I expect that a crescendo is coming...
Don't hesitate, get on board, read all in order, and enjoy the evolution of Scott as a writer (each book shows this and further engages me as a reader). I shall have the entire series in paperback soonish, but for now, I am forced by circumstance to use Kindle, but in ANY format, this series is worth YOUR most precious asset: TIME.
These books never fail to leave me with a wish for more and a positive feeling that lasts for days.
Looking forward to the next with great anticipation !
Thank you S. H. Jucha for this wonderful universe you’ve created !
The characters remain the same, but they mature as they get older. Love the way they interact with each other, especially the different species. I am sure the author created the humans to be better than us. If we don't improve ourselves, we will never achieve these types of relationships in the future.
Alex and his companions play a large part in the story with their ability to create alliances without violence being a enjoyable part of the whole.
Worth the read!!!
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Many thanks Scott for such a great series, long may it continue