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Lt. Reilly - 2321

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Jack Reilly’s luck ran out just before the war did. Released on a medical discharge shortly after the end of the war with the Serkins, he went out into the galaxy looking for a job. Signing onto the Glacier Runner 17, an old and rundown cargo ship, Rielly finds himself working for a clueless Captain, mixed up in an intergalactic conspiracy, on the run from assassins and in ...more
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Michelle Henderson
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“ Writing had never been a real money maker for me, more of an escape and a dream of one day having million people love my work and seeing stories on the big screen starring Hollywood’s best, yet life gets in the way.” Matthew Duncan

Matthew Duncan has written a brilliant and entertaining science fiction novel that really helps the reader feel involved in the story since he wrote it from a first-person perspective. Matthew wrote Lt Reilly 2321 in 2018. The main character, Jack Reilly,
Jun 12, 2019 rated it it was ok
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Rebecca Branch
Jul 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Adventure, romance, suspense and flying by the seat of your pants

I typically don’t read this genre, but took a chance on this book. I loved it and read it in three sittings, the final 100 pages in one go, I was so engrossed. This was a spirited story, fast paced, enjoyable characters, tricky situations, and white-knuckle gripping moments. It felt contemporary, even though placed in a futuristic setting

I highly recommend this book and anything this author writes. Worthy of my valu
Craig Jr.
Aug 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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This was a fun adventure. This man was part of the military, but now retired, or discharged, he has to find work on various spaceships. Well, he picked an idiotic captain. It was more of the captain's mother picked him, probably to keep her son safe, but when that didn't work out, Jack took off with a beautiful woman from the ship, as they flee for their lives from people hunting them. The problem? They have no idea why. This is a fun military Sci-Fi adventure. Filled with romance, humor, and ac ...more
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Matthew O. Duncan is part of the resurgence of Old School Sci-fi. His books are a mix of Military Sci-fi, Fantasy, Romance, and Mystery weaved together with non-stop action. Matt started his writing career as a playwright were, he won a number of awards and had his plays produced on local stages. Yet, he put his pen down in the late ’90s as his writing wasn’t bringing a sustainable income and he n ...more