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Peacemakers. The Galactic Union’s most capable enforcers and resolute negotiators, their name alone elicits fear and awe among the Union’s citizenry.

It is a time of upheaval throughout the Galactic Union. As the effects of the Omega War ripple outward, a Peacemaker falls silent at the outpost mining colony of Parmick. Sensing danger, the Peacemaker Guild dispatches two new graduates of the Academy to investigate and report. They are a new breed of Peacemaker, perfect for the clandestine infiltration mission. 

Parmick is in chaos. The miners are planning to revolt, and the mine owner is rallying every mercenary and ne’er-do-well he can to protect his illegal mining operation; the Peacemakers soon realize it will require combat operations to free the citizens of Parmick. Meanwhile, the Peacemaker Guild also finds the mining operation is financing the actions of the disgraced Enforcer Kr’et’Socae. Honoring the threat, the Peacemaker Guild unleashes its Enforcers. 

With the galaxy teetering on the edge of chaos, can the Peacemakers and their surprising new allies liberate Parmick, stabilize the Galactic Union, and unlock the next clue to find Snowman? From the minds of Kevin Ikenberry and Kevin Steverson comes a new set of heroes who will forever change the Peacemaker Guild and the course of the Galactic Union.

©2019 Kevin Ikenberry and Kevin Steverson (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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God I loved this one

This one has a great story. Really great character’s with so cool lines love the southern accent and lines. Can’t what for more I. This series

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  • 08-08-22

lacking action

potential for a story but too many words and not enough action . I didn't get a clear view of the different species . the all female mechs got my attention but they wasted too much time as bar slaves. I stuck with it to the end but won't listen to this book again .

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I feel like I'm missing something here

as a first listen from the Four Horsemen series, this story is pretty confusing. Jumping around perspectives to other groups of characters you dont get a full introduction to is challenging.

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  • 03-31-22

After 2 hours, the MC's have yet to do a thing.

This is not actually the first book in the series?!

The story starts with a lot of exposition of what 'previously' happened, the MC's of this story seem to have had some previous adventure. I don't what that story was, but a lot of that story seems to matter for this one.

A lot of the first two hours of this story seem to revolve around 'secondary' characters I am not familiar with. While the main characters have done little more than travel, banter and reminisce.

After 2 hours of listening, two characters I've not heard of before then start discussing a secondary plot behind the happening of this fabled previous story, referencing characters I still know nothing about.

And just started to wonder why?!

Why am I listening to this? Why do I care? A cool story seemed to have happened some other time, why am I not listening to that?! I stopped and want my two hours back. This seems to be a case of poor storytelling, show, don't tell, etc.

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