Odyssey of War

Odyssey of War

21.8K Reads 1.6K Votes 11 Part Story
Aidan Williams By Aidan_Williams Completed

The year is 2083, and for the last 40 years, Humanity has enjoyed a golden age of science and technology, due to faster-than-light space travel. Colonies have flourished due to population spikes, creating thriving economies and large industries. A group of colonial scientists suddenly awaken an alien race we will all learn to fear. 
  
  Faced with the extinction of the human race, a regiment of super-soldiers are sent to find a way to stop the aliens. Kyle Fletcher and his team must stop them before Humanity is wiped out.
  
  An action packed story filled with adventure that will leave you on the edge of your seat, this is an odyssey of war.

  • action
  • adventure
  • aliens
  • battle
  • fiction
  • ftl
  • future
  • humanity
  • interstellar
  • invasion
  • military
  • outerspace
  • science
  • soldier
  • space
  • spaceship
  • story
  • supersoldier
  • technology
  • war
rsNelson rsNelson Apr 14, 2017
Aiden, If you ever feel like slinging some short stories for an E-zine look up @Ooorah. It's an awesome team. And we are always on the hunt for "freshmeat".
                              
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HaroldCelley1 HaroldCelley1 Jun 27, 2017
If you added a comma after with him, maybe it would sound better and still mean the same thing
Human4aday Human4aday Jun 14, 2017
Sorry, story seems stiff and generic in details. Lost interest pretty quick. Dialog is sparse, more like a documentary than a novel.
Chint78 Chint78 Jun 05, 2017
First of all, WHO IS THE MAIN CHARACTER "l"? I know it alr mentioned in the description, but pls tell in the first-time he appears.
JohnKeyser JohnKeyser Jan 02, 2017
The "internal dialog" seems a little stiff. However, the story sounds promising.
Docara Docara Jan 18, 2017
OK what the hell does EOD mean 'Exit only Doors' um 'Earrings on Demand' how about 'Eunuchs on Display' ?  How defining acronyms before using them - helpful to the reader don't you think