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Boneyard Dog Omnibus

By: Andrew Beery
Narrated by: Dave Cruse
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Summary

The Complete Boneyard Dog Saga in One Volume!

It’s odd the way some things work out. You expect to wake up dead, and instead, you wake up to the beautiful face of your wife. I was understandably confused. I had died…or at least I sure as heck thought I had. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. I’ve been alive for a number of years now, and to be honest…I’m quite fond of it. I just didn’t understand "how" I was alive. My name is Fleet Admiral Jeremy Riker…but my friends call me Dog. This is my story.

Be sure to check out entire Riker family nine-book mega-series, including Battleborn (three books) and Exodus Earth (three books).

©2019 Andrew Beery (P)2022 Andrew Beery

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  • David Jacob Heino
  • 02-01-23

No climax, jumps ahead with little explanation

I had high hopes for this novel. Just when you think the author is building the plot into a climax it jumps ahead and the explanation for how the characters resolved the challenge is in the alien foot notes between chapters. Also missing was how God and man fit in to the galactic society which is discussed but never in light of the obvious bigger picture with prehistoric alien ancestors. Sorry for the bad review but hopefully the author will put all his Talents to work on future endeavors.