Star Soldier

Star Soldier

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Overview

Star Soldier by Vaughn Heppner, Ely Miles

It’s survival of the fittest in a brutal war of extinction!

Created in the gene labs as super soldiers, the Highborn decide to replace the obsolete Homo sapiens. They pirate the Doom Stars and capture the Sun Works Ring around Mercury. Now they rain asteroids, orbital fighters and nine-foot tall drop troops onto Earth in a relentless tide of conquest.

Marten Kluge is on the receiving end. Hounded by Thought Police, he lives like an ant in a kilometer-deep city. The invasion frees him from a re-education camp but lands him in the military, fighting for the wrong side. Star Soldier is the story of techno hell in a merciless war, with too many surprises for any grunt’s sanity. Star Soldier is a full novel, 82,000 words in length by Vaughn Heppner, Writers of the Future winner, Vol. IX.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781491583357
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 01/27/2015
Series: Doom Star Series , #1
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Vaughn Heppner grew up with an innate desire for adventure, reveling in the raw joy of his surroundings, whether in snowbound Canada or sunny California. Later, he channeled his zest for life into a zeal for writing, and is now a prolific author of thrillers, fantasy, science fiction, and historical fiction. His ongoing series include Fenris, Doom Star, Extinction Wars, Lost Civilizations, and Invasion America, among many others.

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Star Soldier 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 94 reviews.
cypherz More than 1 year ago
Well done, gripping and fast paced. The book needs a better editor! Mispellings and awkward phrasing were distracting but failed to ruin an otherwise good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good plot, reasonably well written book though I felt as though the characters were one dimensional and lacked relateable personalities. They all felt mechanical and stock.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is third book that i have started and could not finish. It never seemed to go anywhere and did not grab my attention. I continued to push through to page 270 and gave up. I love to read but this book made reading a chore.
ProfessorERN More than 1 year ago
I like rational, believeable and engaging Sci-Fi, and Heppner has created a rational, although somewhat dark, future universe where mankind is locked in a life or death struggle for survival (with what could be described as mankind's own alter-egos), products of mankind's own technical advances. All of the books I have read so far are good, and I would recommend them to other sci-fi fans. Heppner needs to finish book # 6, I am not getting any younger waiting!!.
moyen More than 1 year ago
Besides the misspellings that sometimes occurred, this book and 3 others in this series were amazing, please don't keep us waiting for the 5th one!
Hunter Mason More than 1 year ago
i liked the book but it had a ton og distracting spaces and mispellings
Sousapro More than 1 year ago
I throughly enjoy this book (as well as the next two) and would recommend picking them up. looking forward to book #4 when it's released!
jimb More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining, a page turner. Enjoy.
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It was good old fashion sf.
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Lorcane More than 1 year ago
A pretty good story. Has enough attention grabbing that I want to see what will happen to the Main characters in the next book. Will it do as well in history as Farenheit 451 or 1984, well no, but if you treat it as a "pulp fiction" of those two books its good.
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