• The Complete Void Wraith Saga: Books 1 - 6 in the Epic Military Science Fiction Series

  • By: Chris Fox
  • Narrated by: Ryan Kennard Burke
  • Length: 43 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (1,162 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

After 26,000 years the Void Wraith have returned. The Eradication has begun.
 

Mankind’s outer colonies are disappearing. Without warning. Without a trace. Fleet command chalks the attacks up to pirates, but Captain Dryker of the UFC Johnston isn’t buying it.
 

Defying command, he leads his misfit crew into hostile territory in search of answers. They encounter the mythical Void Wraith, an unstoppable legend whispered by the first race. After 26,000 years the Void Wraith have returned to begin the next Eradication. Their technology is superior, their motives unclear.
 

Humanity cannot stop them. Not without help. Captain Dryker’s only hope is to forge an alliance with mankind’s greatest enemy, the savage Tigris.
 

One maverick captain, an unlikely crew, and an aging vessel are all that stand between humanity and the Eradication.

©2019 Chris Fox (P)2019 Chris Fox

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I love this series.

I loved all 6 books. Press the line being my favorite. The narrator is great. I love his voices.

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good saga..

great series only complaint is how author is all over the place with military rank and the chain of command..

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Stick with it, it gets better

stick with it!
the first book was really rough. about the first 20 chapters were miserable, but after that it turned out to be a great series. worth listening to the end.

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I'm not sure I can do this.

At 43 hours, it seemed like a great value for the credit. And don't we all love military science fiction? So the first alien race we meet are cats. They have long tails. Or maybe they're lions, because they also have manes and are organized into prides. And they're called the Tigris. They growl and meow. And they live in the Pantherine System. And their goddess is Tigrana. Really?

Is this a serious book, or an episode of Futurama?

I haven't returned it yet, but I'm already close with 40 hours left to go. Don't think I'll make it.


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Good story, painful execution

60 hrs for one credit... but boy did the first two books hurt.
There really should have been a military person reviewing the tactics early on in the writing process.

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Parody, YA or stupid?

First 20 mins: Ship skims surface of a star for fuel, young commander’s CO walks off bridge during a hostile alien encounter, then defends ship against cat-people, called the ‘Tigress’, with gunpowder weaponry.

Afterward, commander takes aim at an asteroid with ship’s main weapon ( which accelerates slugs to ‘lethal velocity’) to blow part of the asteroid apart so the fragments will intercept hostile ship, instead of just shooting the enemy ship...

Then he leads an heavily-armed marine team with an insubordinate Seargent, down to a colony, wearing nothing but his ship suit and a sidearm.

After nearly getting himself killed and being saved by a marine, the Seargent then respects him....

There is so many things wrong with this tale, I just couldn’t listen to this nonsense anymore. This is like pulp fiction for children or something, not a serious SF military epic.

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Liked it

I thought that Captain Nolan should have been a commander after the first war. I liked it.

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Got to listen

Totally awesome love the story line. Excellent narrator. Well preformed and can't wait till the next.

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exceptional

truly enjoyed this story. the narration was excellent . kept me enthralled for all the hours of listening

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Great summer science fiction

very enjoyable summertime Saga. The story and the performance improved throughout the six books. as an entire story arc, the Void Wraith series highly recommended.

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  • Benedict Gillick
  • 06-19-19

Predictable, Dull, Stereotypical Crap. AVOID!

A steaming pile of unimaginative, un-original, clichéd narrative and dialogue masquerading as science fiction. Think of every other American "Hooyah!" action/sci-fi film ever made and this is as predictable as them right down to the "Your ass is mine / I'm gonna can your ass!" line but this is more stupid because of the vast plot holes right from the start. The entirely predictable military use metal projectile weapons! on a space ship! in space! for F's sake!!
I wasted half an hour of my precious time and one credit listening to the first four chapters of this dross and knew it wasn't ever going to get better.
And it goes on and on for SIX books.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-10-20

copies a fair bit from mass effect

all I keep thinking so far is about the similarities between this and mass effect

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  • Gaspar
  • 09-17-19

Riveting

Throughly enjoyed this saga, the races characters were so relatable and real, Chris Fox narration and characterisation of the characters just made a good story brilliant.

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  • Mr Thomas M Waterfall
  • 08-22-21

some good some pretty glaring plot holes

I finished it but there were a bunch of times I found the story forced. looking at the authors other books one is about how to sell audio books.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-16-21

Brilliant space opera

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  • wesley harrigan
  • 07-14-20

great story... but he calls every star The Sun....

really enjoyed the story snd great performance. but something so simple and so jarring is when authors call stars The Sun!

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  • Phil
  • 06-23-20

My personal opinion

For the first hour of this series I struggled with the voice of the narrator, for me I found the tone of his voice hard to listen to, but after a little while I settled into it and was able to start enjoying the books better.
overall I found the story very enjoyable, I found myself wanting to listen to more to see how the story progressed. I liked the way the main characters evolved through the story and even if this is classed as the complete works the story hasn't finished and could carry on for a long time...And if it does I would love to hear it.
My only complain is one of the main alien races of the series is similar to a humanoid version of an animal we have on our planet, I have seen this happen a lot in books, why? the universe is full of unknown answers, we are such a tiny part of it! life was created on earth due to lots of factors being in place, if the sun was closer could we not have evolved into intelligent life differently. the fun of science fiction is it can be anything! Aliens don't have to be humanoid, don't have to resemble earth's creatures, can be created of elements we haven't even discovered yet!. But enough of a little rant :) I really enjoyed this series and hope one day it isn't the complete Saga

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  • Steven
  • 05-10-20

An Enjoyable series

I liked the books and enjoyed the plot ,mostly. despite the feeling of repetition with a never ending list of bad guys the story had enough twists and turns to keep me listening. it's a true sci fi book with lots of great ideas and interesting technology that keep the listener entertained and I like a story where the good guys win more than they loose. I would recommend the series as they certainly made my working day more enjoyable and I thought it was great value for money too.

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  • Darren B.
  • 04-07-22

not bad

it didn't end the saga. too many questions unanswered. plus's the 'nameless ones' are still out there.
I did enjoy it, but not my fave.

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  • Dave Kennedy
  • 02-03-22

loved the Katz,

was a wonderful journey of space battles, the characters were enjoyable and the Tigers were a joy

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-15-20

Struggling through it so far

This series really isn't very good, but admittedly I'm not even half way.

The story could be cool, it's something similar to Mass Effect and the whole cycles of destruction/rebuilding civilisations thing; it's just not that well written. The whole cats thing is cringey as well - a space fairing race that licks their paws to smooth their fur and stuff... and Commander Mow or meow or whatever?? hurrrgh

I'm nearly half way and I've listened to three other books in between listens, this is my last resort book and I hope it gets better...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-15-22

surprisingly brilliant

stumbled across this gem and was absolutely astounded. very well written and quite captivating.

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  • Evon Hoogeveen
  • 09-24-20

Fizgig is MIGHTY

I loved this series.
Moments of action (causing me to break coffee cup) to moments of hilarity and amazement like when they were all mind linked inside that Omega.
I can't thank the author enough for another epic tale .
Off to the next.

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  • Jasen
  • 11-23-19

Ok mindless entertainment

This story has so many wholes in it, really bad writing and absolutely no research. People cannot remember any ranks and for some reason, a marine major can order a fleet captain around.
Another laugh is a key support charter was on a warlords dreadnought but then, with no explanation, he was living on the queens ship and was able to help the main cast. It must of just been his twin.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-11-19

a long tough story of survival and war

Struggled to listen to it all it's just so long, but is pretty good war story

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  • Steve
  • 09-10-19

Really great value!!

Great value due to a strong story line, interesting characters and valuable lesson for us poor saps stuck in today’s reality.... cannot wait to see what Nollen gets up to next!!