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The Synchronicity War, Part 1

Autor: Dietmar Wehr
Sprecher: Luke Daniels
Serie: The Synchronicity War, Titel 1
Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 46 Min.
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Be aware that Part 1 has a cliffhanger ending. After almost a century of peaceful exploration and colonization of space, the United Earth Space Force stumbles across a shockingly xenophobic alien race that has more and better armed ships and refuses all attempts at contact. As the outgunned Space Force is driven back in battle after battle in what appears to be a war of extermination, one officer experiences precognitive visions that help him blunt the enemy onslaught, but he can't control or predict when they occur. With the Senior Brass convinced that he's a tactical genius, he's given more and more responsibility and is terrified by the belief that Humanity's Fate will be determined by a battle with himself in overall command.

This is Volume 1 of a military SF series about desperate space battles and the men, women and Artificial Intelligences, who fight and die in them.

©2013 Dietmar Wehr (P)2015 Podium Publishing

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Speaker is doing a good job. The story is pretty bad though, huge timejumps out of the blue and the vision mcguffin is so insanely stupid it makes my skin crawl. it doesn't help that there are on several occasions double or triple repeats when person a talks a plan to person b who in turn explains the same stuff to another one, feels like unnessecary filler. i don't recommend this series.