• Their Pieces Were Stars

  • The Chronicles of Theren, Book 3
  • By: C. D. Tavenor
  • Narrated by: Benjamin Fife
  • Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Every ancient synthetic intelligence has a few secrets to hide.

The year is 2348, nearly three centuries since Jill’s alleged death. Theren’s quest has moved beyond their hunt for truth.

Humanity has made its mark on the galaxy.

But now, an ancient beacon calls from the edge of known space, beckoning Theren and adventurers alike to uncover its message.

A new game begins - one with far greater stakes than any faced before by humankind and its synthetic kin. Theren and their allies must learn the rules quickly. Otherwise, more than their own lives will fall to what awaits on the horizon.

Join Theren, the first synthetic intelligence, on their next adventure in Their Pieces Were Stars: Book three of the Chronicles of Theren.

©2021 C. D. Tavenor (P)2021 Two Doctors Media Collaborative LLC

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An unexpected conclusion

All the pieces come together and secrets are revealed in this third book of the series. I found the conclusion to be quite touching.

C. D. Tavenor truly entertained me with this entire series. A great story with great characters.

Benjamin Fife delivered another fantastic performance. He really brought out each of the characters personalities and emotions.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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A philosophical interesting space opera

This was an unusual space opera. It asks a lot of philosophical questions of what humanity must endure to develop into a connected race, with the ability to survive alien encounters, them being hostile or not.
It also asks the question if we as a race, need AI’s to be able to predicts the long terms consequences of our actions. In a way this book shows strategic moves very similar to those you make in a game of chess. It’s a very interesting books, and I will look into reading the rest of this series. It’s funny how you at times have a hard time determining who are the antagonists and who are the protagonists, but that’s part of what makes this book so interesting. It’s a book where nothing is what it seems, so it will keep you glued to the pages from start to finish.
The narrator are really great too. He were able to change his voice between the different characters and bring nuances forward while preforming the book. I warmly recommend it to fans of sci-fi and philosophy.
I got the audio version of this book for free, and borrowed the KU version on Amazon. I find that being able to go over details in the written copy enhances my experience. Since I loved the book, I am now leaving a voluntary review.

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Space adventures with AIs

Theren has left near Earth space for parts unknown, searching for answers.

Very well written and well narrated. I would recommend this series to anyone who likes epic space adventures.

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3rd Book in this Series

This story was interesting to me, but more convoluted then the first 2 books in the Series.
The story is about finding Jill and the planet Horizon and decadence of the original crew that have been missing (assumed dead). The discovery of the Planet Horizon and the people and the cultures that developed on it after the sustained period in Suspension with the damage of memory loss.

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