The Last Voyage

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He’s a criminal. She’s far from it. 

Together, they’re Earth’s last hope…they just don’t know it yet. 

Sinbad Singh had everything. A thriving smuggling career, his hologram on wanted posters on eleven planets, and plenty of women. Then she walked into his life. 

Andrea Talltrees, member of a backwards cult not believing in space travel or anything else invented after the 20th century. 

She wants him to find her husband, a fugitive accused of being an Albegensian spy, the planet currently at war with Earth. 

He doesn’t want anything to do with an Earther, but a massive culture clash and a heavy dose of instant attraction get in the way, sending good sense flying out the viewport. 

They’ll brave some very unsavory characters, maybe even prevent a second interplanetary war…if they can stop arguing. 

It’s Star Wars meets Firefly in this exciting space opera thrill ride that doesn’t let up. Pick up your copy today and join the adventure.

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2 reviews for The Last Voyage

  1. Richard C

    Enjoyable book. A pleasure to listen to and follow. Contains some rather adult concepts that are well handled. Some chuckles as well which makes a change from some rather stolid Sci-Fi books I’ve read recently so that made a nice change. Can’t wait for book 2. Narrator is excellent and makes the book easy to follow with clear differentiation between voices. Only small snag is some background hiss that is rather noticeable at times.

  2. Jerry Harkey

    Although I very much enjoyed the first 80% of the book, the last 20% was an anti-climatic debate on abortion. IF it ended at the 80% mark, I could see the series continuing on. However, this feels like the story is completely wrapped up with a Blue Bow on top. Again, I still enjoyed it!

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