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OMEGA Hostile by [Arseneault, Stephen]
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The fifth book in the OMEGA series! War is a violent thing, but sometimes inevitable. Both sides suffer. When allies become enemies, and enemies become allies, who do you trust? Sides must be taken. Lives will be lost.

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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: 956 KB
  • Print Length: 253 pages
  • Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1st edition (13 April 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00W45I27M
  • 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 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #129,237 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Laurie R TOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 August 2016
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The adventure continues at same frantic and gigantic pace. Family issues beset two of the heroes. Deals are broken and the Grunts Council remains stubborn.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Yuch 22 October 2016
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Based on the other reviews, it's apparently just me not liking how the series is going. I'm 75% into the book and just can't continue any more. It's extremely rare I quit a book. Knog is continuing the insanity of the last book, and having these super epic battles where there's no point in fighting. They can't win, but lets just keep fighting until everyone is dead type of thing. Only this time it's many species fighting, and millions of them all dying; many thousands of ships are getting destroyed. They have available to them an AI replicator type technology that they make random use of here and there, but I think they pretty much are using less than one percent of what that might do for them. I keep waiting for them to stop the insanity of just killing millions for no point at all, but they just keep going and going, and I just don't understand why. The first few books in this series were top notch, I really loved how the fairly simple guy Knog always tried to do the right thing. I think I'd have liked it more if he'd just stayed an inspector. The massively epic battles just aren't doing it for me, when I don't understand why, and all the species change sides multiple times. There's no reason to it. I think it could have been saved when they had Salton trying to manipulate the other species into an epic battle, and the other species was aware of that and was going to get Salton back, but nothing ever came of that.

Sorry Stephen, the story just fell completely apart for me. Very sad as the first 3 books were awesome.
4.0 out of 5 stars They try to get on top of it all but ... 2 May 2017
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They try to get on top of it all but there are a lot of things happening in the background and out of sight ( and so out of mind ). Keeps you trying to out think the characters and put thought into their minds. There have been some instances where I asked myself some questions as to what would happen?, what could go wrong? ( very simple and obvious ) with the plans / scenarios they came up with, that the characters did not even contemplate, yet they are many and I am one.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Battle of the Five Armies - in space and on land 5 August 2015
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The battle scenes are riveting with myriad rescues, defeats victories. The multiple species in hand-to-hand combat is akin to a Lord of the Rings outcome: carnage and destruction.
The typo errors and pseudo-science are distracting but the fast pace of the story and fascinating lead characters keep me reading.
The AMP suit is invaluable, if over-the-top, as Joni replaces the injured Go and disrupts the command structure and sabotages weapons and ships. The deceit and double-crosses by the Ambassadors are not surprising as the serial continues.
This author skillfully uses foreshadowing to guide the reader to crave the next book. How will the arch villain be defeated? Will the new Grunta Council be less stubborn? Can the Odenta civilization recover? Do the AI have sinister self awareness?
I am enthralled by the series! The books do not standalone.
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable SciFi, more war tech and strategy, moving very fast w/expanding characters and story line 11 November 2015
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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 continuing here in book #5, things are more balanced with both success and challenges in the stories. Starting in book #5 and moving on, the story starts to move really fast, you’ll need to pay attention and read carefully to keep track of all the myriad of issues and topics being covered. Now we see the logic behind some of the previous mystery happenings.

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
5.0 out of 5 stars Typical great story from Stephen 8 June 2017
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I am really enjoying the series. As per his norm Stephen is giving us a great story. Kong Bueucher is a fascinating character. I have had many hours of enjoyment reading this series.
Once finished here I plan to read more of Stephen's work

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