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OMEGA Allegiance by [Arseneault, Stephen]
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Length: 257 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The third book in the exciting OMEGA series! Exiled to the worst sector in the galaxy, Knog comes face to face with a corrupt government that has a blind eye turned towards the trafficking of slaves. Can he turn his open prison into a resource for his freedom? Follow our hero as he is forced to take on more than he ever dreamed.

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SODIUM Series

A six-book series that takes Man from his first encounter with aliens all the way to a fight for our all-out survival. Do we have what it takes to rule the galaxy?

AMP Series

Cast a thousand years into the future beyond SODIUM. This eight-book series chronicles the struggles of Don Grange, a simple package deliveryman, who is thrust into an unimaginable role in the fight against our enemies. Can we win peace and freedom after a thousand years of war?

OMEGA Series

Cast a thousand years into the future beyond AMP. The Alliance is crumbling. When corruption and politics threaten to throw the allied galaxies into chaos, Knog Beutcher gets caught in the middle. Follow along as our hero is thrust into roles that he never expected or sought. Espionage, intrigue, political assassinations, rebellions and full-on revolutions, they are all coming to Knog Beutcher's world!

HADRON Series

HADRON is a modern day story unrelated to the SODIUM-AMP-OMEGA trilogy series. After scientists using the Large Hadron Collider discover dark matter, the world is plunged into chaos. Massive waves of electromagnetic interference take out all grid power and forms of communication the world over. Cities go dark, food and water supplies are quickly used up, and marauders rule the highways. One group of citizens takes a stand. Can they make a difference? And the devastating EM waves, where are they coming from? After months of starvation, a benevolent species arrive in their spaceships to rescue the Human race. Only, are they really so benevolent?

ARMS Series

ARMS is set in the future after Earth was nearing an apocalyptic event. Two competing colony ships were built, taking five million inhabitants each through a wormhole to a pair of newly discovered planets. The planets were settled and not long after the colonies looked to the surrounding star systems for ownership and expansion, which led to a centuries long war between them. A truce was declared after the aggressor side began to lose ground.

Tawnish Freely and Harris Gruberg are genetically engineered Biomarines. Their lives have been dedicated to fighting the war. They find themselves struggling to find work among a population that fears them. Work is found only by delving into the delivery of illegal arms to the outer colonies. Things go awry when they discover their illicit dealings may just be the catalyst that brings back the Great War. They are determined to prevent that from happening.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 970 KB
  • Print Length: 257 pages
  • Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1st edition (28 January 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SXHT24W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,224 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Laurie R TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 August 2016
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Wars within wars within wars. Our heroes keep fighting and sometimes fumbling through one terrifying situation to another. The scale of terrification is intensifying each time. How will truth and honour win out?
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another good read, ony problem i have is wanting to keep on reading. loved it cant wait to buyvthe next one.
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A great and terrific read - the whole series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another entertaining trip into the adventures of Knog Buetcher 19 October 2015
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The adventure continues in the third installment of the Omega series. Knog Beutcher continues to expand his ever growing sphere of positive influence as the story follows him out of the Omega sector and then leaves the Triangulum Galaxy altogether in his unwavering search to find and rescue Joni Salton. Knog and company discover a terrifying new enemy that poses a serious threat to the Alliance, which we find out may not be as noble an organization as Knog had originally believed it to be. Once again Arsenault weaves a very entertaining story following the characters you have come to love as they struggle to right oppression and do the right thing in a universe gone awry.

If I had a criticism of the story as a whole, it would be this: Knog seems to be too perfect a hero. He always has the right answers, always has the right skills, and always does the right thing at exactly the right time. He is just a little too "right". That being said, Knog and his unyielding principals are what really draw me to the story. In a culture filled with "heros" who are constantly falling flat on their faces, I appreciate a literary hero set forth as an example of virtue.

As I stated in my review of the Omega Guardian, I appreciate that Arsenault has chosen to keep his writing wholesome enough that I can read his books with my ten year old daughter. Several nights a week, we look forward to delving into the next dilemma that Knog and company are going to face. This is a very entertaining series for any sci-fi loving individual or family. This episode falls in line with what you have come to expect from the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly a good read 24 January 2017
By My2Cents2 - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is well written as is the two series before it. Each book is full of twists and turns that keep the reader on edge. The characters are well built and seem to evolve as the story goes on from one book to the next or one chapter to the next.

As with most sifi books the science is sometimes stretched a bit beyond reality. I have to say this author has done his best to follow normal science when ever he can. Who knows maybe one day we will be able to slingshot around a moon to achieve light speed.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It seemed like when a certain page count was reached 26 June 2016
By Anthony Bangs - Published on Amazon.com
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Kinda of reminded me of science fiction of the 1950's and 1960's. The sorta thing you got when you bought an Ace Double. Bit more than a novella, but not quite a novel.

Story pacing could use some work. It seemed like when a certain page count was reached, the author would in a few pages just end the story.

All in all, I enjoyed. I did eventually buy and read. all of Omega.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable SciFi, not too heavy w/military tech, more character based with a fun story line 5 November 2015
By D Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
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I have really enjoyed the Omega series, each book building on the previous I'm enjoying my reading time more as the stories build. This book adds depth to the main characters, fills in additional details and adds new players in the overall story. While the first book was perhaps a little too successful for the main characters, starting in book #2, and here in book #3, things are more balanced with both success and challenges in the stories. I felt the story lines were more realistic though still a bit on the extraordinary side of things. Of course what story following the Hero characters doesn't have amazing things happen, right?

Stephen’s style is very comfortable, he writes about the details concerning the technology and story lines he decides to look into and in passes over others to keep the story moving. Understood, but sometimes I do wish for additional details. The way he gives more details is by having additional books that dive into more of the stuff you might be curious about.

Thanks Stephen for your writing and the nice books as I’ve enjoyed them.

5 stars, good characters, nice story, engaging but in some area a bit less depth to some interesting characters where I would enjoy more details.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Omega Series 3 September 2016
By C. A. Isbell - Published on Amazon.com
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A six-book series that takes Man from his first encounter with aliens all the way to a fight for our all-out survival. Do we have what it takes to rule the galaxy? Obviously, aliens don't think humans matter at all. They mistreat us and our planet as if we don't even exist! You have to read these in order: SODIUM, AMP, then OMEGA.

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