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Galactic Outlaws

Galactic Outlaws A long long time from now at the edge of the galaxy Seven years after the Battle of Kublar A young girl searches the crime ridden gutters of a seedy starport for a hero to avenge her father s murder

  • Title: Galactic Outlaws
  • Author: Nick Cole Jason Anspach
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A long, long time from now, at the edge of the galaxy Seven years after the Battle of Kublar A young girl searches the crime ridden gutters of a seedy starport for a hero to avenge her father s murder A short jump away, a double dealing legionnaire turned smuggler navigates a treacherous course past Republic lackeys and wanton space pirates in search of an epic payday A long, long time from now, at the edge of the galaxy Seven years after the Battle of Kublar A young girl searches the crime ridden gutters of a seedy starport for a hero to avenge her father s murder A short jump away, a double dealing legionnaire turned smuggler navigates a treacherous course past Republic lackeys and wanton space pirates in search of an epic payday And somewhere along the galaxy s edge, a mysterious bounty hunter waits for redemption Or revenge The voices in his head won t say which It s sleek starfighters, exotic aliens, loyal bots, blasters, scoundrels, heroes, and powerful enemies in a thrilling adventure that will take you back to that magic place from a long time ago

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    1. A space opera that unapologetically draws information from Star Wars and the Clone Wars storylines, as Star Wars itself began with pulp science fiction, Japanese movies and serials. The authors drink from that same well, and readers will immediately see the archetypes of Han Solo, Boba Fett, smugglers, bounty hunters, lost princesses, colorful robot and IA servants, a rebellion and an army controlled by an evil overlord, but the authors go their own way with their own spin.The story is set a lon [...]

    2. Frenetic, Hobbled-Together, Larcenous "Star Wars" Fan Fiction Compiled by two (2) authors, Mr. Nick Cole, and Mr. Jason Anspach, "Galactic Outlaws (Galaxy's Edge Book 2)," is a frenetic, hobbled-together, larcenous "Star Wars" fan fiction commercial enterprise. The two (2) authors, do not apparently work in concert and/or collaboratively, as the book is uneven, disjointed, crudely sewn together, with plot lines, narratives, timelines, all a jumble of inconsistencies and contradictions. The "stor [...]

    3. I did it again! ggrrrr 😡 I fell into the trap that I swore never to fall into. As with Adair's 'Freedom Series', I didn't check before beginning and therefore broke my cardinal rule. Never ever start a series unless it is completed!! Obviously it isn't and now I have to wait two weeks for book #3. I cant do it, I tell ya. I can't wait that long! 😖Book 2 of Galaxy's Edge begins on a confusing note. It's 7 years after the Battle of Kublar and it seems an entirely new cast of characters is be [...]

    4. I enjoyed this book, not as much as the first, but it still made me want to find out more, so I'll continue with the rest of the series.

    5. Oh, man, this was a fantastic story! Best story I've read in a long time, no question. The story really kept me hooked all the way to the end, and is almost constant and gripping action from the get go. The authors are doing a great job with this series, and I really liked the first book, but this one was even better. It is good solid military sci-fi like the first book, with plenty of ground based combat, but this one breaks out into the category of space opera where you get a much larger view [...]

    6. Taking place 7 years after the first book, the characters, as diverse as they are find themselves on a collision course with each other. One a young girl who watched her father killed who was looking for someone to avenger her fathers death. Another a man for hire, a bounty hunter and very old with a secret of his own, and a younger bounty hunter just looking for a big payday. By the end of the book, the twists and turn will have taken you a roller coaster ride that will not let you go.And it ma [...]

    7. I'm going to make this quick, because I'm eager to start the next book in the series.These authors move effortlessly between intense action and heartbreaking pathos. The quality of writing is utterly masterful. You will care about the characters. You will enjoy this story.Now get out of my way, I'm starting the next book.

    8. Summary: First, let me say that none of what I’ll say in this section couldn’t be found on the back copy of the novel.  Heck, I cribbed this summary from the back, and then I add my own twist!  And not even much of one, since most of the books I read have kick butt descriptions (aka blurbs).  If the blurb doesn’t catch my eye, then I tend to skip the book unless a friend recommends it.  Generally speaking, my goal is to provide a spoiler-free review, so here goes nothing!here This nov [...]

    9. El primer libro de esta serie era sencillo, repleto de tópicos pero entretenido y fácil de leer. Éste también es sencillo y repleto de tópicos pero resulta muchísimo menos entretenido y no tan fácil de leer.En lugar de seguir la historia de los legionarios que protagonizaban el primero, aquí damos un salto de siete años que parecen siete siete siglos. La situación política de la galaxia ha cambiado totalmente y lo mismo sucede con lo que se nos cuenta en el libro. Es space-opera pura [...]

    10. Such a good book! Way better than the first, so much so that it wasn't even in the same league. It was great sci-fi action, with a great story and a great world built up around it. It wasn't perfect, and had some pacing issues near the end, but the excitement and story made up for it. Can't wait to move on to number 3.

    11. Having enjoyed the first book in the Galaxy's Edge series as a well-executed but straight forward military sci-fi adventure, I cracked open Galactic Outlaws expecting more of the same.Expectations did not meet reality. What is this? A rogue captain of a pieced-together freighter who's only in it for the money and doesn't think it's his fault? An animal-like humanoid (resembling a cat, in this case) who understands Galactic Standard but speaks only in his native Wobanki? A dark-robed Big Bad spac [...]

    12. YupGood read, great story, well written, next pleaseblahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhblahhhhhh blah blah blah blah blah blah my ear itches on a desert world

    13. This was an enjoyable read - if I hadn't lovedLegionnaire (Galaxy's Edge Book 1) so much, I probably would have liked this more. This felt very much like the first book in a series, there were too many character introductions and back stories that didn't really contribute to the arc of the book (but I'm sure are relevant to the larger series). All of that said, when there was action, it was really enthralling and very well-written by a veteran who knows how to pack a punch. Good characters, it i [...]

    14. Goddamn! I'm lost for words. Jason and Nick have written a book that surpasses the first one. Tyrus Rechs (T-Rex) and Anson Keel are two bounty hunters that you want to see succeed throughout the story, even when doing terrible and despicable deeds. Prisma Maydoon wants Rechs to kill the man who killed her fater. Goth Sullus is planning a revolution to destroy the Republic, and he needed information Prisma's father had. Keel, (who was once known as Wraith from Legionnaire) just wants to get rich [...]

    15. The second book in the Galaxy's Edge series is phenomenal -- but it's also very different than the first book. And I loved both books, for different reasons.While the first book focused on following a group of elite space soldiers, or legionnaires, and focused in on the realities of war, this second book follows a group of characters through their adventures at the Galaxy's edge.I couldn't put this book down. It's got a great universe, great characters, and I just can't get enough.Looking forwar [...]

    16. So the galaxy is still a dumpster fire, and given the events over the course of the book, that fire is only getting bigger. The action never stops, the characters are sympathetic, and overall a solid read. The only thing that confused me was the point of the prologue as it felt like it should have been the ending to the previous book, and that book's epilogue was the true prologue to this book. Definitely looking forward to future entries in this series (fortunately only one month until the next [...]

    17. LOVED the book, sad with the ending, but won't include spoilers. While setting up different parts of the future books, still builds a wonderful story itself and pulls you in. I want MORE!!!

    18. Great concept. Slow in spots.After the speed and rhythm of book one, this book lagged quite a bit in certain spots. I like books that keep their cadence throughout, and if they have to break, to keep it short. Otherwise a great idea and a good intro to the universe. However, book 1 should be renamed book 0 as it clearly is a prologue.Looking forward to book 3

    19. The dumpster fire is burning brighter and so is this series. Set 7 years after the previous book, it involves several of the previous characters but also introduces new ones. The story is expanding at a rapid pace and I was hooked from the start. I read it in one sitting as it captures the imagination and refuses to let go.* I voluntarily read and reviewed this book, my opinions are my own *

    20. Not As good as the first.but that's alrightBook two definitely strays from the first, to the point of confusion. First book, rooting for Leejes, second book Not so much. I still really enjoyed it, but honestly, except for a

    21. Amazing action filled sci fiI love the Galaxy's Edge. The characters are well developed realistic people. This book brings back the giddy feeling of classic scifi that is lost in most of today's science fiction and fantasy.

    22. Wow. Even better than the firstSequels can be iffyt in this case, not at all. I found this title to be even better than the first book in the series. Excellent. I read this on Kindle Unlimited.

    23. I like itNone stop action. Some good stuff. Hard to put down. Interesting story line that bounces back and forth. Keep me coming.

    24. Solid readDifferent from the first book. More of a mythic theme and minimal military battles. Cliff hanger ending leads to loss of a star especially when the sequel isn't out.

    25. Interesting characters The first book was very good. Book two story and characters became more interesting and compelling in unexpected ways. I look forward to book three.

    26. Anspach and Cole surprised me a bit. After LegionnaireLegionnaire, I thought I knew what to expect out of this series. It turns out I was wrong.What I expected was more of the same; more military adventures in a universe that was more Star Wars than Star Wars. While I did get that, I also got something quite unexpected; moral dilemmas that actually felt fraught and uncertain. Heroes that weren't quite heroic. Villains that weren't quite villainous. And I'm still not quite sure which ones were wh [...]

    27. If you become invested in the characters not worth your time.I must say first of all on a positive note that the book did what it was supposed to do, it got me invested in the characters, I was hoping that they all survived but alas that did not happen. There was a lot of exposition about a certain character in the book named Rex then the author decided to kill him my question is, why waste our time developing a character and then killing that character off, the only thing I can consider is page [...]

    28. So KTF and the world interested you from book 1?Like you I thought book 1 was just ok. But dear sweet lord book 2 is what we all want! Same world. Same KTF. Some new characters. Some older ones. And it all starts to make sense. This story is all intertwined and is pretty wild. There are some descriptions in here that you can read over and over and just love them. This is also the start of a galaxy wide story. And it all started on a planet with some leej from book 1

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