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The Lost Colony

Lost Starship Series, Volume 4
Sprecher: Mark Boyett
Serie: The Lost Starship, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 14 Std. und 17 Min.
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We fought the invading New Men to a standstill and defeated the alien destroyer sent to obliterate Earth.

The worst should be over, but it's not.

Perfect android replicas are impersonating high-level officials so trust is failing. Worse, the New Men have found allies with an impenetrable stealth technology.

This time, however, Earth is going on the offensive. Admiral Fletcher is headed to C Quadrant with a Grand Fleet. He's to liberate the captured planets and find the enemy homeworld. What he isn't supposed to do is die.

The only one who can save humanity has been grounded. Captain Maddox is under suspicion because he's half New Man. But he's not going to stop. He's found something unbelievable. Now, he needs Starship Victory-an ancient, alien spacecraft-the AI Galyan, Meta, Sergeant Riker and the others to help him tear the greatest secret of all from the enemy.

Maddox and his crew must succeed or humanity will drown in a sea of human extinction.

©2015 Vaughn Heppner (P)2016 Vaughn Heppner

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Good with one critical flaw

Generally the story is solid with multiple point of views.
One thing that continues to frustrate me about the series is that it keeps showing the view of "bad" antagonists. What I mean by that is that some of the antagonists are utterly unrelateble: Genetically enhanced humans who believe themselves to be part of a "master race" (called the new men), who can barely say a sentence or have a thought that doesn't involve expressing how superior they are to "submen" (sic), all while committing genocide as a matter of course. Additionally they are supposed to be smarter than normal humans but have somewhere along the line nearly completely lost the ability for introspection. I enjoy a good antagonist (as well as their POV) as much as the next person, but the new men are for the most part just boring cardboard cutouts whose perspective could be wholly removed from the story without losing anything important to the plot.