Earth - Last Sanctuary

Earth Last Sanctuary When the evil Obsidian Empire delivers a deathblow against the Star Alliance fighter pilot Lieutenant Chase Athanatos leads a band of scattered survivors to the farthest reaches of the known universe

  • Title: Earth - Last Sanctuary
  • Author: Christian Kallias
  • ISBN: 9781517226572
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the evil Obsidian Empire delivers a deathblow against the Star Alliance, fighter pilot Lieutenant Chase Athanatos leads a band of scattered survivors to the farthest reaches of the known universe, to a little planet called Earth But Earth is in trouble The Obsidian Empire is hot on their trail, and unless they find a way to stop them, what s left of the Alliance andWhen the evil Obsidian Empire delivers a deathblow against the Star Alliance, fighter pilot Lieutenant Chase Athanatos leads a band of scattered survivors to the farthest reaches of the known universe, to a little planet called Earth But Earth is in trouble The Obsidian Empire is hot on their trail, and unless they find a way to stop them, what s left of the Alliance and the entire planet are doomed to extinction With the help of the beautiful Commander Sarah Kepler and under the guidance of the goddess of love Aphroditis, Chase races against time to find a way to save the planet from total annihilation Unbeknownst to him, something dormant is coursing through Chase s blood But does it hold the key to changing their destiny

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    1. The author needs to go back to 6th. grade science classI read the first chapter and that was pure torture. Clearly the author has no clue who Newton is or what the laws of motion are. Afterburner in vacuum? What in God's name are they burning? Banking, barrel roles, an open throttle keeps the space ship at the same speed instead of constant acceleration, on and on it went. It's as if someone watched an old arterial dog fight and has such a poor grasp of BASIC science they foolishly think it has [...]

    2. Awesome book!I absolutely loved this book! The author has a writing style that kept me hooked from the first word until the last. I loved the story and he did an amazing job telling it. And that ending! I'll only say that I did not see it coming and I can't wait for the next one! Read this book! Kallias does not disappoint.

    3. I believe this is the first book of a new science fiction author. I could be wrong, but either way, it’s a darn good book no matter what. The story starts out right in the middle of a battle which is my kind of military science fiction. Unfortunately, this initial battle is just a simulation! But, just as Wing Commander Daniel Tharraleos and Lieutenant Chase Athanatos are getting ready to eat a meal, the battle station alarms start going off and all the pilots in the mess hall make a mad dash [...]

    4. Diabolically bad cheesy space opera of a sort that I thought went out 30 years ago. Yes, it's Star Wars meets Battlestar Galactica plus some Buck Rogers etc (but not oddly, Star Trek) it's most like BG though, including the ancient Greek connection and the quest to find Earth (which is amazingly easy).Luckily once the rag-tag fleet arrives poverty, hunger and war are banished within a couple of weeks and everyone is bestest friends. Couple more weeks and a re-jigged F14 Tomcat is now an F140 wit [...]

    5. This is horrible! I made it through the first chapter, barely. If you are going to write science fiction, you have to know a little bit about science. The author clearly does not! First of all, space fighters having afterburners?? How would afterburners work in space? Second, skimming a moon only a few feet off the atmosphere? On planetary bodies with an atmosphere, there is no clearly defined point of where the atmosphere begins, it just keeps getting thinner as you go higher. Even satellites i [...]

    6. Interesting story lineI think that the author accomplished a great deal of work by establishing a powerfull baseline for a great continuation. Will the next book reveal omnia vinxit amor?

    7. I have had the pleasure of being an early reader of Christian's new book. I love scifi and space opera as well as magic and mythology. This book brings this all together. I warmly recommend this fast paced and deep scifi book. Looking forward to the next volume of the Universe in Flames Saga!

    8. Never really clicked with me. Seemed like everything revolves around the main character and no one else seemed to be able really contributeo many unlikely events and last second saves for me to really buy into the story

    9. A interesting start to what looks like a good series of books, I look forward to book two when it is published later this year.

    10. Utter rubbish unless you have a reading age of about 5. Poorly written, implausible plot lines, a central character that acts as the authors wish fulfilment fantasy and so many basic scientific errors it was almost embarrassing (in the first few chapters the author was clearly confused by the difference between a galaxy and the universe and how ships move in space)

    11. HUH? This was an odd story. The premise is your typical space adventure. Bad guys trying to rule the universe; a group of rebels trying to stop them; and Earth caught in the middle. The fight scenarios were done well and fun to read. You could almost imagine yourself in the space fighter spinning and shooting. It was fun. Then you bring in a goddess and the story just falls. I almost put it down then but continued on because the fighting was enjoyable and almost made up for the lost Olympian god [...]

    12. I enjoyed the premise and the concept of the story, I just think it could be cleaned up/done better. I didn't really care for the Aphrodites/Olympus Gods aspect, and when she spoke the people of Earth it seemed a little cheesy (IMHO). I would also expect the different alien races to speak differently. They all sounded human to me. It also seemed to me that Univesium and English are exactly the same thing except for the Human slang. We kept hearing Chase mention that they were different, but it w [...]

    13. I didn't finish this book, some parts made it impossible to read it:- aliens speak modern english as their own language- aliens use same military ranks as americans- aliens actually are the same as modern day humans, without any differences - physics don't exist (Newton's laws?)This would be a good YA (or younger) novel if there wasn't so much political and social preaching.If you are looking for military fiction, skip it. If you can't completely turn off your brain while reading, skip it.

    14. The book starts out with detailed battles with improbable heroics and lots of action. Reminds me a bit of a Tom Cruise movie. One minute we're in very heavy battle scenes and then the whole tone of the book changes when the hero has a vision of Aphrodites. The writing seems clumsy with little character development

    15. Awful. Couldn't get past the first chapter. The dialogue was vacuous and unimaginative. Space combat with proper reference to Newtonian physics would have made a much more fascinating read. You can suspend some concepts in science fiction but basic physics is not one of them.

    16. Different to say the leastIf you like space battle you will enjoy this book. There is love theme running thru the book but it only becomes excessive until the end of this book.

    17. Earth Last SantuaryThe journey begins with this book and its high action from start to finish. A must read for those that enjoy sci fi, space opera and adventure.

    18. If space fantasy is your thing you should definitely get involved with Christian Kallias.  He has created a complex story line with lost civilizations, extinct races, mysterious beginnings and celestial guidence.  Universe in Flames:  Earth, Last Sanctuary is the first in this ever expanding series and moves with a quick pace even while filling in the background to set the groundwork for the rest of the series.  At first I thought this was fan fiction, and when I happened into a scene wher [...]

    19. I enjoy Space Operas from time to time, and if I'm honest, I picked this up due to the cover. Don't let the bit about "goddess of love" make you think this is romance book. Yes, there is a new relationship between a human and a near-human, but it isn't the main driver of this introductory adventure.Note: this is Book 1 of 8, but don't worry - you do get a satisfying story with the promise of more.In a nutshell, this is a space alliance being crushed by an evil empire. A handful of alliance ships [...]

    20. I think Christian Kallias is worthy of attention. The style is bold, super clear and fast. So direct that sometimes even you miss some long descriptions here and there. But it hooks you fast, and he is not afraid of taking turns and embrace the whole world in the process (changing the sociopolitical stage of the earth in 4 weeks, while ending with famine?) That makes you expect the unexpectable, it creates that great illusion that few writers had nowadays, always following straight roads.Yes, I [...]

    21. Really badSpace carriers that are battleships, silly. (Battlestar Galactica) Crack pilots who individually kill enemy pilots five at a time (it's a good thing that the enemy doesn't have any crack pilots). Evil enemy admiral of the Obsidian Empire (it even sounds like Flash Gordon) launches evil surprise attack. Evil enemy battleships can't destroy little good guy fighters, thank goodness. Meanwhile the good guy escort ships can't do their job of screening the good guy battleships from pesky bom [...]

    22. I found the story a little short on sensory perception and lacking in emotion. However, if you enjoy reading about advanced technical air maneuvers, then this is the novel for you. Otherwise, you may find the plot tedious. Well described, tactical space-fights are more for men than women.For me, the story came alive the main character, Chase, arrived on earth in his fighter vessel. One third of the way into the story, interaction between the species kicked in. Oh, what a wonderful world Earth co [...]

    23. Great take on Earth/Alien collaborative warfareFirst contact begins with aliens needing help from the technologically deficient earthlings. The author does a great job of describing the aliens and their environments. The action is fast paced and ever changing. He keeps it interesting by throwing in unexpected twists and turns. The dialogue is crisp and necessary. A great read on a snowy winter day.

    24. Mythology, Space Combat, Ultimate Evil, and a Few "Ordinary People "Kallias is sometimes referred to as "an emerging SF writer", but he is "emerging" like a beautiful butterfly. At this point he has almost ten stories on publication. This is the first of his books that I have read, and it is a really good, enjoyable read. He has a lot of fun poking at current cultural icons, and this provides some necessary humour to a dark space opera. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

    25. One of the best books I've read.This was a very well thought out and well written book. It grabs you right at the beginning and doesn't let go until the end. It has suspense, romance between two people that love what they do, action in the form of space flight dogfights, and of course saving the world. I am saving book two for this weekend so I can read as long as I want and don't have to get up for work!

    26. Excellent beginning to a promising saga. I was fortunate enough to receive this book as a gift from the author in hopes of an honest review. I had read a book further along in the series and was dying to know how it all began.This is an excellent sci-fi series and it's really hard to put down. Our protagonists are engaged in one battle after another. The fate of not only Earth but of the entire universe is at stake.

    27. Earth Last Sanctuary I found myself sucked into this book even though it is a mashup of a number of different ideas. Readers will see elements of Battlestar Galactica, Star Wars, and a host of others woven into something different. Somehow it manages to work on its own. There is plenty of action throughout, never a dull moment, quite the space opera. Looking forward to the next book.

    28. Earth - Last Sanctuary is the first book in the Universe In Flames series. While you could read this as a standalone book, I don't recommend that. There is a lot of violence. The premise of the book is interesting. The author weaves a military SciFi story with Greek mythology and the "ultimate evil" working behind the scenes. I'm curious to see where this series goes.

    29. I loved this! This book is so much, an excellent scifi adventure! The way the connect a scifi future with our ancient past was great, and looking at our own Earth from an alien perspective was really fun! I really need to read more to see how Ryonna's story is concluded, and the ending has me hooked on this series!

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