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Omega Force: Savage Homecoming (OF3)

Omega Force: Savage Homecoming (OF3) [Kindle Edition]

Joshua Dalzelle
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Ever since he joined Omega Force, Captain Jason Burke has lived with the underlying fear that one day Earth would be discovered. His desire to keep Earth's existence and location a secret has driven him to extremes, and kept him far away from his homeworld for a long time.

But now Jason's greatest fear is realized, and a fleet of alien ships has attacked his planet.

Omega Force rushes to Earth's defense, but the ships are like none they've ever encountered, and employ weapons they have no defense for. Will their lone gunship be able to slug it out with the unknown fleet holding the planet hostage? Or will this be a one-way trip for the crew of the Phoenix?

"Omega Force: Savage Homecoming" is the third installment of
the bestselling "Omega Force Series." It continues the
adventures of Jason Burke, a lone human in space who has linked up with five
other aliens to try their luck as hired guns. Their mandate: to help those who
don't have the means to help themselves and never accept a job that would
compromise the honor code they live by.

Omega Force Novels:

Omega Rising
Omega Force: Soldiers of Fortune
Omega Force: Savage Homecoming
Omega Force: The Enemy Within
Omega Force: Return of the Archon
Omega Force: Secret of the Phoenix

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2380 KB
  • Print Length: 313 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FC1JT86
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,110 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great series 18 Aug 2014
By Davina
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Am really enjoying this series. Each book is as good as the one before
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh my. This one is the best of all. 29 Sep 2013
By Wally Lafferty - Published on
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This series just keeps getting better and better! The first two were very good, but this one takes the story and the characters to a whole new wonderful level. I don't remember the last sci-fi story I've read that made me feel so many real emotions. The humor in the dialog is masterful and well placed. The fight scenes are paced just right and don't get boring or repetitive. The romance isn't "in your face" but is poignant.

I really love that there aren't three or four parallel plots, the story always remains focused on the main character with just a few very short diversions to a different point of view. This makes it much easier to get fully immersed in the story.

Also, this is a very cleanly edited novel with very few typos. As a dyslexic reader, hitting a typo often feels like hitting a wall -- full stop. Many writers publish their books with horrific typos. This one is almost perfectly clean (just a few typos here and there). To me, this means a lot, as the story just flows and flows. Thanks, Joshua, for taking the time to focus on this.

I really hope the series continues and I look forward to the next one.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If it's been awhile since you read the series, I would refresh yourself before going into this one. 18 Dec 2013
By SouthernFried - Published on
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This is a character driven series. You remember the characters, but not so much the plot lines and story...and this book doesn't give you a lot of the back story. Which is good thing if you just finished previous book, but a bad thing if you haven't.

It has been a couple of months since I read the preceding book in the series and completely forgot what it was about. After reading this book, I still don't remember what it's about, lol.

Who was the ConFed again? What was the back story on Crusher and Lucky? How did Jason get where he was (I sorta remember this one.) Where did the ship Diligent come from and what agreement did Jason have with them?? I don't remember any of this, and wasn't reminded of it in this book either.

However, I do remember the characters.

And it's still fun. The humor is still adolescent, but funny. The romance wouldn't compete with any romance novel out there, I don't care. Jason is still the headstrong idiot who lucks out more than he probably should. The action is still solid. And the story line within the book is consistent...even tho I don't remember how it tied into the other books in the series.

The Synth Jason met in the first book (Deetz,) now comes back to give him trouble...and has a batch of new allies, weapons and friends. He's going after Jason and the Ship Jason took from him...and is willing to take the fight to Earth.

Even at the end of the book, you're still not sure what Deetz's real motivation was, but you get a hint that there's something else going on that will be uncovered in the next books (Lucky knows something I think.) There's a secret yet to be uncovered. It doesn't leave you hanging, like so many other books are doing lately...but, it does let you know there's more to come.

Now, you can nitpick a lot in these types of books if you wanted to. I mean, it's not Dickens or Hemingway. But, I just don't want to. I had fun.

So, even without remembering much of the overall story arc...I still enjoyed the book. Mostly, because of the characters. And that's what is driving this series, the characters. They are a lot of fun.

I would advise re-reading some of the previous book if its been awhile.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars You can't go home again 6 Oct 2013
By Gallandro - Published on
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The third installment of Mr. Dalzelle's new space opera keeps delivering and showcasing why self-published books don't mean you have to give up on quality entertainment. I have been enjoying the series quite a bit and the only think keeping me from giving a 5-star rating is that much of the action is quite standard. I tend to give 5 stars to those books that have that "something extra" that sets them apart and we have glimpses that Mr. Dalzelle is capable of such it just hasn't quite appeared yet.

This book has decided to wrap up and give us a clear break between Jason, the Phoenix, their crew and their past. Jason has successfully returned to earth and wrapped up all lingering ties. The successful conclusion between the Phoenix and Deetz means that the series is now looking ahead rather than worrying about items behind them. It seems that the Phoenix and Omega Force will successfully move into the galactic stage together with Cristoff's group.

I will say that we have quite a bit of clues as to how important the Phoenix and Omega Force might start to become and I for one can't wait for the ride.

I will say that in general I'm a little disappointed in the galactic community as a whole that in general we constantly seethe ConFed on the defensive. The initial story left me with the impression that the ConFed was quite a powerful entity but it seems more and more like a paper tiger. While that is quite good for generating possible story-lines and its understandable that multiple alien civilizations wouldn't merge and coordinate all that successfully I still would think that certain parts of it would be quite dedicated to "law and order" or "stability" and they would be the core faction that gives the ConFed their momentum. I think that we haven't quite seen everything that the ConFed might be or has in reserve because the Phoenix operates more on the fringes than anything and I for one want a glimpse of the juggernaut.

I think we now have a glimpse of everyone's backstory except for Lucky but I expect that we will continue to learn that the crew might just be quite exceptional.

Once again I can't wait for more and will be eagerly await book 4 and so on.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This series just gets better and better 25 Sep 2013
By Sixiron - Published on
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This has turned into a great series. The writing is getting better with each new book, and I look forward to reading the continuing adventures for years into the future. Great characters, dialog, plot and pacing. A rich universe of possibilities for our crew of misplaced misfits to operate in. If you like space opera adventure, buy this series, you wont be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a great read 30 Jan 2014
By Jeffrey Landry - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
A cast of characters I would not want to meet up with in a dark ally, I am glad they are the good guys. I enjoyed reading all three of these books and I am looking forward to the next book.
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