Lexington [NOOK Book]

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In the 43rd Century, Commander Bren Montclare VC, is at the top of his career and has everything ever wanted after a lifetime of service to the navy. Engaged to the niece of the king and serving in a glamorous posting, he is envied by many for his good fortune. In a single evening it all comes crashing down amidst blood and terror.

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Lexington

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Overview

In the 43rd Century, Commander Bren Montclare VC, is at the top of his career and has everything ever wanted after a lifetime of service to the navy. Engaged to the niece of the king and serving in a glamorous posting, he is envied by many for his good fortune. In a single evening it all comes crashing down amidst blood and terror.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044273238
  • Publisher: Bradley Warnes
  • Publication date: 1/23/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 133,032
  • File size: 275 KB

Meet the Author

Born, raised and educated in Australia, Bradley now lives in Ireland and splits his time between a young family, hectic work, voluminous writing and frequent travel.

His favourite travel destinations (and where you can often find him unwinding with a camera in one hand & a laptop in the other) include Germany, Russia, USA, and France.

Current works include:

The Artemis Files 00: Lexington (January 2013)

The Artemis Files 01: Elysium (October 2012)

The Artemis Files 02: Talisman (December 2012)

The Artemis Files 03: Durendal (February 2013)

--Watch this space as more works and information appear soon--

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2013

    Okay

    Good potential in the concept.

    Story had some very abrupt scene changes. Too many pronouns and lack of names made it confusing, especially when new characters were introduced. You don't know who is talking or who they are referring to for several pages.

    The battle at the end was not exciting or interesting. Tried to be detailed and graphic and came out boring.

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