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Liberty Station

Liberty Station Humanity will be free no matter the cost Deep in the Guatemalan jungle buried beneath a forgotten Mayan pyramid an earth shattering secret sits waiting Its discovery will rip apart the illusion tha

  • Title: Liberty Station
  • Author: Terry Mixon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Humanity will be free, no matter the cost Deep in the Guatemalan jungle, buried beneath a forgotten Mayan pyramid, an earth shattering secret sits waiting Its discovery will rip apart the illusion that humanity is alone in the universe Engaged in a life and death struggle for the future of mankind, Harry Rogers and Jess Cook are forced to protect this secret from the moHumanity will be free, no matter the cost Deep in the Guatemalan jungle, buried beneath a forgotten Mayan pyramid, an earth shattering secret sits waiting Its discovery will rip apart the illusion that humanity is alone in the universe Engaged in a life and death struggle for the future of mankind, Harry Rogers and Jess Cook are forced to protect this secret from the most despicable foes imaginable They must race across the globe to complete Liberty Station, the first true interplanetary ship Only then can they search for the shocking truth behind what they ve found They have no room for error, because failure means death for them and subjugation for everyone else.

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    1 thought on “Liberty Station

    1. LaughableAt least it's a fast read. Nothing scientific about this purported science fiction. It would have been more believable as a superman story. The plot changes by the second and it's shallow. One example of the bad science is an escape craft exploded a distance from the ship and it rocks the main craft, which cannot happen across a vacuum gap unless it's a nuke. I won't bother reading anymore of his trash.

    2. High AdventureLiberty Station by Terry Mixon is a non-stop adventure. The story line is outstanding, with very believable characters. But, best of all, the action continues from start to finish.

    3. Juvenile, Fantasy Espionage Masquerading As Lousy SciFiAn inane storyline, partnered with ridiculous plot devices, along with an immature and less than skilled writing, fully buries any potential of "Liberty Station."The base storyline takes place a couple of decades in the near future. The world has unraveled: Iran nuked Tel Aviv and Saudi Arabia, Israel reduced Iran to glowing ashes; the Middle East is a caldron of wannabe Islamic jihadists, with a growing caliphate; Russia continues to gobble [...]

    4. A shameI really wanted to get into the story based on a race to get to Mars between a Bezo-like billionaire and the Chinese and Indian space agencies.Between all the racial comments about Muslims and the characterization of French and other European countries as being very vulnerable to the attacks of jihadists, as opposed to the U.S. , I was disgusted. A terror attack was launched against anti-Nazi protesters in Virginia by a Nazi just this weekend, which neither the president nor the Republica [...]

    5. Ancient and modern astronautsThe first pages of this novel did what they are supposed to do. They drew me in so that I wanted to continue to read. The novel is science fiction but most, but not all, of the action in this first volume consists of various private special ops missions. Raid and counter raid, theft and counter theft abound. Fighting the villains in this action/adventure story is akin to playing Whack-A-Mole, they just keep popping back up. I plan to read the next volume and perhaps [...]

    6. good scifiThought that this book had a lot of military aspects brought into the near future science fiction era and did it well. I don't know anything about the military, but I definitely felt that along with the action. The science of the spaceship was very realistic along with the zero gravity fights. This author took the time to do the physics when he wrote this book. ~ from a physics teacher's point of view.

    7. Another good start Terry has done it again. A good start to a new series, good characters with background and drama, good plot with plenty of room to develop going forward. And while making this book stand on its own.Terry is rapidly becoming my favorite author in this free for all.

    8. I read this via Kindle Unlimited. Was not expecting to be taken from the Mayan jungles to Earth orbit with stops in Chicago, France and Italy along the way. It was a pleasant surprise and an extremely fun ride! Thrills, characters and wit abound in this near future science fiction thriller. Great start to a new series Keep it going!

    9. I've been listening to Terry talk about this libertarian wank fiction for what seems like years on his podcast and so I was delighted to finally get to read the final product!This was a fun romp and I am DYING to see what happens in the second book! And thanks to Terry for working a bit of a sarcastic, liberal slant into the book for those of us who aren't quite so libertarian. :)

    10. Interesting startI have fully enjoyed reading this book, it is a good start to a series of books by Terry Mixon. I recommend that you give it, and the other books published by this author. I have enjoyed reading them, and l am looking forward to the next book.

    11. Another good Terry Mixon book. While this book started differently than I expected it might, it has developed into a complex and enjoyable story. The stretches of the imagination so usual in science fiction aren't that much of a stretch so far. I anxiously await the next volume in this series.

    12. Better than I thoughtI didn't purchase this book for a while and I made a big mistake. It is a great book with a outstanding characters and the plot is first rate. I cannot wait for the next book. I hope it is out soon. Love the two main characters. Good editing.

    13. This book sure covers a lot of area. Starts out as hostage rescue on earth and expands from there. I was a fun read and I certainly wanted to read the next book. Good characters with a interesting plot line. Be interested to see where it goes.

    14. Looking forward to next episode. Not bad for the start of a new series. The heroine is a little over the top. She seems to be able to do a little of everything and doesn't even mess up her hair. Slow in developing the sci-fi but enough hints to make it interesting.

    15. Couldn't put it down, and now I'm silently cursing Terry because I want to know what happens next. Of course, since this one was just released, I'm going to have to wait a while.

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