FREEDOM Legends

FREEDOM Legends

by Stephen Arseneault

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Overview

FREEDOM Legends by Stephen Arseneault

The exciting first book of the FREEDOM series. For 500 generations Humans have been addicted to a drug called Shackle. We are slaves to the alien species of the galaxy. Bought, traded, sold, and hunted for sport, our value is measured only in credits. But a virus is sweeping through the Human population, altering a gut bacteria and making Humans immune. As we become aware of our condition, we begin to yearn for freedom. Will the legends of our past be enough to show us the way?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781976295744
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/10/2017
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

I reside in Central Florida with the wife and two daughters. After thirty years in engineering, my time is now spent chronicling the adventures of fictitious heroes. They are off-world, fighting the good fight, keeping Man alive. For some it was meant to be their calling. For others... not so much. All however are willing to fight until the end.

Flip open one of my books. Tag along as unlikely heroes try to conquer the galaxy or save all humanity. Get aboard as you're either with us or against us. This may be your ticket out of here... at least for a short while.

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FREEDOM Legends 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
It’s a good book. I couldn’t put it down
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great characters and world building! Believable scenario and I enjoyed the pace.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Keeps your attention cover to cover. Makes you think of all the addicts out there currently addicted to drugs and what could happen if a drug were used as a true weapon.
Anonymous 14 days ago
An interesting dicotimy. On one hand I didnt like, on the other, I did. At first I stopped reading this book and read several others. Then I resumed reading and began to become interested more and more, to the point that I will pursue reading the next. Go figure, because I cant, lol. DMB