Project: AKRA

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Raist was genetically engineered to be smarter, faster, stronger, and a leader of the most elite Solarian military team that has never lost. His group is contacted with a mission worth the risk of such a valuable asset: recovering the enigmatic secret known only as AKRA. With a horrifying discovery that threatens to affect the very framework of reality, everything he has may not be enough. More
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About E.A. Szabelski

Eric is a modern day renaissance man in a world demanding crushing specialization. He has done everything from lumberjacking high in the mountains, flying helicopters and working as a scientist for the government to leading rescue operations for a fire department where he had reached the rank of Captain.

He has been working on the VayneLine series for over ten years with the goal of a Science fiction series that is at once easily approachable, but having a very deep mythos that serious fans can enjoy. He prides his writing on being multi-layered that someone looking only for action will find it, whereas someone looking for deeper philosophical meaning can find it as many of his books deal with concepts such as free will, destiny, the flow of time, and the sacrifice an individual might make to change these.

His website is where more information can be found regarding all the stories as well as much deeper look into all aspects of the expansive universe.


Review by: Geert van Ieperen on May 7, 2017 :
Almost the entire book is one large actionscene. I think It keeps up the pace and manages to give a vivid impression of the world and its characters.
The descriptions were sometimes a bit unnecessarily detailed, like the complete analysis of the military system even though this is barely used in any part of this book. You probably did so because this book is part of a larger universe, but sometimes you should decide to let it to the imagination of the reader.
I would advise this book to anyone who likes sci-fi action.
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