Sojourn: The Silver Ships, Book 13 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Artifice, the great enemy, has been defeated. The sister SADEs, Omnian sentient digital entities, are free from their boxes. Most humans are unaware that the sisters have duplicated themselves many more times than suspected. They now constitute a sizable, powerful group, calling themselves the Sisterhood.
The elimination of Artifice’s rule should be a time of relief and recovery for Alex Racine’s Omnian fleet and for the Toralians, whose home world was Artifice’s lair. Instead, it’s a chaotic period.
Visitors appear, sailing the distinct, black-hulled Toralian battleships. Five colonial governors wish to witness the recovery of the ancient home world. President Sargut welcomes them, but Alex is suspicious about the governors’ motives. In a face-to-face meeting, it becomes clear that the governors have a dark, ulterior purpose.
With the release of the federacy from Artifice’s reign, word reaches the Omnians that races are embracing their newfound freedom. Some enjoy peace, some desire expansion, and some yearn for revenge.
The races’ latter choices mean danger for the Toralians and Alex’s fleet. Powerful battleship fleets are either sailing for the Toralian home world to exact reprisals, or they’re seeking new territory. Every encounter presents a challenge for the Omnian fleet.
Some fleets have crossed the federacy’s boundary and are headed toward humankind’s worlds. Alex and the Omnians face a difficult choice. They must choose whether to defend the Toralian home world, which is forming a nascent society, or chase the fleets that are headed toward their planets.
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|Listening Length||15 hours and 20 minutes|
|Author||S. H. Jucha|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||May 28, 2019|
|Publisher||Hannon Books, Inc.|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #120,120 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#2,512 in Adventure Science Fiction
#11,979 in Science Fiction Adventures
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Always dreaming of what it would be like to be an astronaut but never had grades in school good enough to persue a career in that direction. This Author is one of the Best I’ve come across. So now that I’m currently caught up with this series with Alex and family I’m reading about the Pyreans. Thank you S. H. Jucha and I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next in the universe full of hope with Alex, and the SADEs. With all the crazy in this world it’s refreshing to escape into this wonderful place where good prevails and we have leaders like Alex and Julian have everyone’s best interest at heart.
Scott Jucha's unique handling of delicate subjects lends a style that is refreshing.
If you like science fiction, space travel, planet exploration. aliens and personal reactions that will have you closing your eyes and projecting yourself hundreds of light years away - start with book one I promise you will not be disappointed; Scott Jucha is headed to science fiction story telling greatness. I look forward eagerly to Book 14 .
Also consider Empaths (Pyreans Book 1)
To me the series has been going downhill a bit as the formulaic parts over-shadowed the creative parts. It has hard to avoid in a series that goes on so long, of course.
I felt a bit strung along for this one. It seemed more like a vehicle for ending threads and hooking readers on another series than a stand-alone book.
Having been warned that the next installment requires reading of the author's other series, I am done.
Overall I am pleased with the series
This book is following up on this beautifully. New aliens, new friends, new enemies and new neighbors. The forward thinking of Alex Racine is excellent, especially after it gets explained to us slightly slower on the uptake :)
Definitely recommended, and at 03:40 when I should be sleeping I preferred finishing the book...that should tell you something !
I do love the way that the author, Mr. Jucha, allows his characters to use diplomacy to settle differences when at all possible. Very refreshing!!!