Spinward Fringe Broadcast 7: Framework

Rated 4.80/5 based on 15 reviews
The crew of the Triton find themselves marooned in the Rega Gain solar system. Refusing to abandon the refugees and liberated slaves who joined them along the way, they make a deal with the Government to settle.

Meanwhile, the fugitive, Jacob Valance and the former Samson crew work to restore their ship and continue their fight against the Order Of Eden in earnest. More

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About Randolph Lalonde

Born in 1974, Randolph Lalonde has worked in customer service, sales, played drums for several heavy metal bands you've never heard of, dealt blackjack in a traveling casino, and serviced countless computers. He's also owned businesses in the design, printing, collectible and custom computer fields.

He completed writing his first novel in the fantasy adventure genre at the age of fifteen and has been writing ever since.

He self published his first novel;
Fate Cycle: Sins of the Past in 2004 and after taking a break has begun to release his work again starting with the Spinward Fringe series.

Randolph Lalonde's Ebooks have been legally downloaded over 750,000 times to date including free downloads. He has made just enough to keep writing full time from sales. He is deeply grateful for his following of readers and strives to improve his skills to better entertain them. The Spinward Fringe Space Opera series has proven to be his most popular offering.

He currently resides in Sudbury Ontario where he's working on a new trilogy of Spinward Fringe novels as well as a Fantasy trilogy. The first offering in the trilogy, Brightwill, is available for free along with the first Spinward Fringe novel, Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins.

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Review by: Marc Therrien on Sep. 19, 2017 :
A worthy bittersweet end. I find interesting how the story is slowly evolving from à fight between good and evil towards a greyer conflict. The antagonists are no longer as evil as the ones we previously had, and I like it. Spinward Fringe took a very interesting turn, though I wish things went better for Jacob.

The only thing I regret is the lack of digging into the mind of the characters. We don't get to see their evolution in enough detail, but I know the Spinward series was written in a more action-centered storyline and I don't blame you for that.

Good work, as always.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: Murakh on June 30, 2013 :
Once again a captivating storyline is let down by poor writing / editing. The version I downloaded & read (and I see now there is a new release) is filled with errors, (continuity, naming, grammar), which detracts from the reading experience and was not ready for release.
One would think after 9 books with the same problem there would either be an improvement in writing or in editing before release.
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
Review by: Turtlehouse on June 16, 2013 :
A great series to read. Highly recommended!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: reuban shepherd on Feb. 14, 2013 :
another great book in a great series. I love the grey morality of the main characters and the large scale of the spinward fringe universe
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: steve hovland on Jan. 17, 2013 :
I would echo most readers accolades for the book as I enjoy the Spinword Fringe series, however the ending is unsatisfying , dark, and unlike the endings of the other books. The ending also ignores the future vision that Ayne saw through the future time wormhole machine, which I also found inconsistant with previous story lines. I also do not understand the almost one year delay in finishing this book and am moving on to other more prolific authors in frustration. At 72 I don,t have enough years left to wait for Lalonde to decide what he is trying to accomplish when he grows up!!!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Herbert Fields on Jan. 11, 2013 :
What can I say that is not said below! This is another blockbuster! I had just finished re-reading the series when it came out perfect timing. Please keep the line going and stay true to your style I will buy and buy!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: pauline fisher on Jan. 11, 2013 :
Still reading but can already say this is as good as, if not better than all previous books in this series. Well worth the wait. Might be difficult to read if you haven't read the other books so I suggest you read "origins" get hooked and by the end of this one you'll be waiting for the next.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Review by: ken kemper on Dec. 21, 2012 :
The year I waited after devouring the last broadcast was totally worth it. Now to wait for broadcast 8.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Review by: Craig Mather on Dec. 15, 2012 : (no rating)
Really enjoyed this culmination to this charter of the Spinward fringe universe.
Not what I was expecting, I never saw several of the plot twists coming but I enjoyed almost all of them. Several long standing plot lines have been dealt with and several more have arose to replace them.
The end of the book comes with its own uncertainty and intrigue which will keep the story in the mind of fans until Randy writes broadcast 8. So if you love the series don't expect to finish this book and feel your Spinward Fringe craving satisfied.

New dawn, new peril, new conflicts!
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
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