Starship Eternal (War Eternal Book 1)

June 8, 2019 - Comment

Discover why over 100,000 readers have chosen Starship Eternal for their next read. They are coming. Find the Goliath or be destroyed. The chilling words are the first thing Space Marine starfighter pilot Mitchell “Ares” Williams hears after he is nearly killed. He tries to ignore them, convinced the voice in his head is a

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Discover why over 100,000 readers have chosen Starship Eternal for their next read.

They are coming. Find the Goliath or be destroyed.

The chilling words are the first thing Space Marine starfighter pilot Mitchell “Ares” Williams hears after he is nearly killed. He tries to ignore them, convinced the voice in his head is a side-effect of his injuries.

It isn’t.

The warning is only the beginning. A glimpse into a struggle against an enemy older than time.

An enemy that’s very real and much closer than he ever imagined.

An enemy that will do whatever it takes to keep him from finding the centuries lost starship and ending not only the fight but their very existence.

Narrowly escaping capture, Mitchell falls into the hands of the Riggers — a ragtag crew of black-ops commandos who patrol the outer reaches of the galaxy. Guided by a captain with a reputation for murder, they’re dangerous, immoral, and possibly insane.

They may also be humanity’s last hope for survival in a war that has raged beyond eternity.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Badly written with a fundamentally boring womanising main character. 5% into Starship Eternal and I had the urge to roll my eyes so hard they would detatch themselves and roll away. The book reads almost like a teenage fan fiction to the genre focusing on Mitchell Williams, a space marine fighter pilot (how are these the same thing?) who is not only a walking hero, and insanely handsome but women find him irresistible throwing themselves at him at every opportunity. Honestly it’s such a macho power fantasy it’s not even funny, I was cringing for just about every…

Anonymous says:

Great start, looking forward to the next book. This is a really easy to read, promising opener to a science fiction series. I blasted through this book and have eagerly picked up the sequel. It really throws a different kind of dynamic on the whole time travel system, although I’m not quite sure that calling it time travel is wholly accurate. Forbes has some good sci-fi tech that really add to the piece and genuinely make me wish they were real.The author fleshes out a good cast of characters both primary and secondary and…

Anonymous says:

Great read Well the start of the book was getting juicy details and tempting you in the book well I could not put it down gripping and the fear to stop reading just would not let go all work was shelved for a while going to look forward to reading the next novel you have put out with much excitement thanks m.rForbes

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