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The Arwen - Season One: Regal

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The Arwen:Regal
When a comet the size of a small moon threatens the remote world of Regal the Earth Alliance assigns the most decorated ship in the fleet, the Arwen, to destroy it. Its Captain, Marjorie Cook, sees this as an opportunity to redeem herself after a tragic mistake in her past causes the death of over 400 of her crew. It seems like an easy mission but, when the
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Mikael Kuoppala
In a future of space ships, exploration and interstellar conflict, an Earth ship is sent to rescue a planet from a threat posed by an approaching comet. So begins the saga or Arwen, a ship with a troubled captain and a crew of experts dealing with the cold hard realities of space travel.

"Regal" is imperfect, especially in the way the plot is structured, but it introduces the world of the series well and presents us with a good cast of characters with solid introductions. The captain of the ship,
Timothy Callahan's The Arwen is composed of three individual novellas which can be read as one longer work. While the story is interesting enough, character development from one book to the next occurs in spasms rather than organically. For example, the captain's relationship with scientific expert sent to advise on the ship's initial mission goes from contentious in the early part of Book 1 to coolly professional at the end of Book 1 before jumping, without explanation, to close friendship at t ...more
Mike Frizzell
Pretty good pulp sci-fi story. The reader (I believe he is the author) might need a little work, but the story was interesting enough.
Corey Sampson
Found it a bit choppy and wasn't enjoyable for me to read.
Listened to this on Podio, hope to finish soon :)
Scott Cook
I really liked it and need to re-visit this one.
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