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The Fighter Queen [NOOK Book]

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The exciting conclusion to The Fighter Queen saga.

Twenty years after she enlisted in the UF Space Force, Onja Kvoorik is the most wanted woman in the galaxy. The Sirian Confederacy has put a price on her head: ten million sirios, dead or alive. But the Fighter Queen can’t stop yet. As a terrified 12 year-old in the Temple of Sophia, she vowed before the goddess to find and free her mother and sister, both slaves of Sirius.

The war has crossed ...

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The Fighter Queen

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Overview

The exciting conclusion to The Fighter Queen saga.

Twenty years after she enlisted in the UF Space Force, Onja Kvoorik is the most wanted woman in the galaxy. The Sirian Confederacy has put a price on her head: ten million sirios, dead or alive. But the Fighter Queen can’t stop yet. As a terrified 12 year-old in the Temple of Sophia, she vowed before the goddess to find and free her mother and sister, both slaves of Sirius.

The war has crossed the galaxy, but the Confederacy is deadlier than ever. The next campaign will be against Vega 3, where she hopes to find her father still alive; and if she survives that one, the final invasion – the Sirian home world, where her mother and sister disappeared 27 years ago.

Will she be able to fulfill her vow to Sophia, or has time run out on her scattered family? It’s been a long war, and Onja has survived some close calls, with the hottest fighting still ahead.

But she has a new pilot now, a natural-born stick; his name is Johnny Lincoln II.

114,000 words (roughly equivalent to 430 pages in mass market paperback format)

Rated "R"

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011148651
  • Publisher: AKW Books
  • Publication date: 11/24/2010
  • Series: Fighter Queen Saga , #5
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,101,462
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

John Bowers began his first “novel” at age 13. It took him nine months and was only 30,000 words, but he finished it. Before he graduated high school, he wrote four more. His teachers were convinced he was the next Hemingway, but it wasn’t to be.

Bowers was raised in a religious cult. Cults suppress creativity, demanding obedience and conformity. Though he wrote several more novels for fun, he never published them, and by the age of 30 he gave up writing entirely.

At age 44 he broke out of the cult, rediscovered his dream, and began writing again. He wrote a juvenile adventure for his children, and then began a science fiction novel. That novel became the e-book, A Vow to Sophia. the first of the Fighter Queen saga. He followed it with The Fighter Queen.and The Fighter King, which is actually the first book chronologically. He's currently working with us on Star Marine, which takes place (and somewhat parallels) between Vow and Fighter Queen.
Bowers is married and lives in California with his wife and three adult children. He is a computer programmer by profession, but a Born Novelist by birth.

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  • Posted March 29, 2011

    Kick ass book!!

    The Fighter Queens is the last book in an epic saga written by the prolific author, John Bowers. As with all the other books in the series, this book didn't disappoint. It was full of the usual action, as you would expect from this author. However, it also rounded out the whole series nicely, which is what many final books don't do.
    If you have read all the books, and I hope you have, then you would have developed a few questions along the way. For example, whatever happened to some of the characters? Were they killed? Did they get captured? This book answers all of those questions, and many more. Furthermore, many of the less likable characters finally get their come-uppances. I won't give anything away, but I loved the way certain characters, who had gotten away with blue-murder, finally paid for their years of less than good behavior.
    If you have read all the reviews I have done for this series, then you will already know that I am a fan. That being said, I can't recommend these books more highly. If you love drama, action, intrigue and sex, then you will love these books. Give them a go; you won't be disappointed, I promise.

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