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The Warlords of Antares (First Contact)

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Betelgeuse star went supernova 640 years ago. The explosion opened an unstable wormhole to Earth. It took all those years for the corridor to stabilized. The Warlord's Emperor sent a scout to investigate the newly discovered life forms, and to bring back specimens for their arena games. Their Antarian blood lust must be quenched...and the Antarian Boreshog beast they must ...more
Kindle Edition, 236 pages
Published April 10th 2015 by Slipstream Publishing
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David Baird
Feb 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
I must admit combining genres like Science Fiction and Fantasy work well for me.

The story is pretty straight forward, good guys & bad guys with added aliens, wormholes, nukes and blood. Pretty good mix if you ask me.

So to start with we learn about two races of aliens the warlord Antarians and the Eridonians. The Eridonians don't like what the warlords do and want to stop Earth from being invaded.
A wormhole the Eridonians have been monitoring is now stable enough for the warlords to traverse
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Mark Goletto
Dec 30, 2017 rated it liked it
So-so

I won’t be reading any more of this series. Seems like the work of a high school creative writing class. Really got tired of, and couldn’t see the purpose of, using the word ya instead of you. The work of an amateur.
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