Star Force: Ambrosia
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Star Force: Ambrosia (Star Force #6)

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With their basic training completed, the former trainees are given additional responsibilities and exposed to new secrets about their enemy, their future, and the origins of the Black Knight.

"Ambrosia" is the 6th episode in the series.

Word Count: 22,500
Published April 30th 2012
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Aer-ki Jyr is an indie author with a writing style that crosses over many genres, but is focused primarily on science fiction with a heavy action slant.

His Star Force series takes an unusual approach in that it is broken up into novella 'episodes' similar in structure to a TV series, with each being around 20,000 - 30,000 words long and occuring in sequential order. The series(with over 100 episod...more
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