Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins - Randolph Lalonde

Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins

By Randolph Lalonde

  • Release Date: 2009-08-02
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Size: 693.62 KB
Score: 4.5
From 105 Ratings

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In the darkest region of explored space sits a bright beacon; Freeground Station. Serving as a supply and trading post it is home to a select number of human beings that will take a desperate chance to make a difference in their end of the galaxy. - Contains the entire First Light Chronicles Trilogy. A Space Opera Adventure enjoyed across the globe by all ages. [Final Revision]


  • Among the stars

    By MikGyver64
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I'll be continuing the series!
  • Spinward Fringe Broadcast O: Origins

    By MrsPid
    Best sifi I've read in a long time getting the rest of series soon good reading
  • Captivating Science Fiction

    By Drewpiece
    Finally, a book that had me reading late into the night. I was hoping it wouldn't end! The author develops the characters in a quick but believable way, this is great science fiction. Reading his description of the writing process included at the end of the book really helped me appreciate the final result. I'm off to buy the next two in the series!
  • Great read!

    By friedfandango
    Can't believe I picked up this gem as my first read on my iPhone. As much as the wife hated loosing me while I was immersed it was worth it!
  • I'll be back for more.

    By Germanium
    I'm a big science fiction fan. I've read the greats: Heinlein, Asimov, etc. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised when I opened this ebook. The plot is well thought out and has no holes I could notice, and the characters are engaging and relatable. This book kept me distracted from college courses for a week, and I'm still getting over the lack of sleep from late nights turning it's virtual pages. I look forward to reading the rest of his author's works, and hope for many more sleepless nights spent in the world of Spinward Fringe.