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OMEGA Guardian by [Arseneault, Stephen]
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Length: 250 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The second book in the exciting OMEGA series! The New Alliance continues to crumble. Exiled in the Omega sector, Knog Beutcher finds out just how far from perfect the sector has become. Corruption abounds as his ten year sentence begins. Can one person make a difference? Can he survive long enough to attempt a rescue of Joni Salton? Find out as his time in the dystopian Omega sector takes hold!

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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?

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 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: 977 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1st edition (29 November 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,615 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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just as good as exile again another day spent reading,couldnt put it down. lucky its cold and wet, have just bought the 3rd one and am anticiating another full day reading. not my usual choice of genre but am thoroughy enjoying enjoying it
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By Laurie R TOP 500 REVIEWER on 13 August 2016
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I love the concept. Enjoy much of the interaction between characters, however, the abrupt writing style with dramatic changes in circumstances - almost in the sweep of a sentence or two - makes it too unreal at times. I know this seems a ridiculous statement as sci fi is unreal. Despite this I want to continue reading the series as I have been drawn into the individual plight of Joni and also am keen to know how the larger war scenario pans out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great story for the whole family 21 May 2015
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Omega Guardian picks up where Omega Exile left off. Guardian continues to follow Mr. Buetcher as he attempts to right wrongs perpetrated in the Omega Sector of the galaxy. While Omega Exile was mostly a character driven story, Omega Guardian is non stop sci-fi action with unexpected twists throughout. Arseneault succeeds in introducing and developing likable characters as well as fleshing out those we already know from Exile. The plot was well thought out and original.

With all the free and .99 cent books available on the kindle, I seldom spend 3.99 on an ebook. After reading the free offering of the first book, I was willing to spend 3.99 on the second entrance to the series based on the fact that it was good clean fun that I can share with my kids. I appreciate the fact that both books are devoid of sex and profanity. Mr. Arseneault, I applaud you for creating an entertaining series that I can read to my kids. I will be happy to further support the author when I purchase Omega Alliance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The beginnings of another great series by Stephen Arseneault! 26 June 2017
By Amazon Customer Dave S. - Published on
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I really like this Author and this series in particular. It is a fast paced adventure series with lots of action. It keeps you guessing and on your toes with surprises coming at every corner. But no matter what happens Knog always has a plan up his sleeve. He is like an alien 007 without all the secret weapons 007 had at his disposal. But he always makes due. I've already purchased the next book and my plan is to read every book that Stephen writes. I would suggest you start with Stephens first writings and work you way thru as they are all loosely tied together of a huge span of history similar to the span of the Foundation Trilogy by Asimov.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Reversal of Fortunes for Knog 1 August 2015
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After Joni is captured during the revolt, Knog is an outcast and demoted. Predictably, he becomes an activist in his squalid housing complex and earns the respect and admiration of the decent residents as he faces down the antagonists.
Knog disrupts the security inspectors and tries, unsuccessfully, to expel the corrupt Govenor.
The action is fast-paced with myriad plot twists and surprises and I liked the new characters and new species and new settings; however, I hoped that Joni would be rescued. Instead, the author takes the reader on a wild trip to a mining planet and planets in the Omega system. The climax is unexpected but satisfying -the good guys prevail, of course, setting up book 3.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A really good follow-up novel 11 April 2017
By Ron J - Published on
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This book just took off from the first book. It was like a continuation of the first book, just a different story line. I was entertained, there are a few plot changes that had me laughing out loud. As soon as I finish this review, I will be buying the 3rd book in this series. A solid good read, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
2 of 2 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 4 November 2015
By D Taylor - Published on
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I wanted to read a few SciFi book this fall and picked the Omega series as one to dive into. I have enjoyed the series. Honestly the first book wasn’t as enjoyable to me as those following it in the series. Perhaps I needed more depth and at the start things hadn't built up enough. I felt like things went a little “too well” for the main characters and that the realities of life just don’t unfold that way in book #1. In this book (#2) I felt the story lines were more realistic though still a bit on the extraordinary side of things. Of course what story isn’t following the Hero characters without having 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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