Galactic Breach | Podium Audio

Ruins of the Galaxy

Galactic Breach

Book 2

By: Christopher Hopper, JN Chaney

Performed by: R.C. Bray

Realeased: July 07, 2020

Language: English

Format: Contains Author Note, Single Narration

Duration: 09 hr, 59 min

A city on the brink of war. Marines held hostage by merciless warlords.

After Lieutenant Magnus awakes from the orbital strike that nearly killed him, he discovers that a small contingent of his Marine platoon has also survived. Hope glimmers as he devises a plan to rescue them.

But when Magnus learns that his men are being held hostage by a deadly tribe, he fears the worst.

Aided by volunteers from a group of elite Marauders, Magnus must attempt to cross the hostile city of Oosafar.

Time is running out…and he has no choice but to undertake the most deadly urban assault of his career.

The pace quickens in Ruins of the Galaxy’s second epic installment, captivating fans of Star WarsGalaxy’s Edge, and Battlestar Galactica.

Includes a special note from the author.

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Author:

Christopher Hopper

Christopher Hopper is an American novelist, creator and co-author of the best-selling mil-scifi series Ruins of the Galaxy with J.N. Chaney. His other series include Resonant Sun, The Sky Riders, The White Lion Chronicles, and The Berinfell Prophecies. Christopher lives with his wife and four children in the 1000 Islands of northern New York. He loves flying FPV race wings and RC planes, performing music with his wife, and traveling to distant lands--physical and fictional.

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JN Chaney

J. N. Chaney is a USA Today Bestselling author and the author of over 60 books. Chaney has worked in many fields, including pizza delivery, sales, dishwashing, maintenance, and the Air Force where he received his Master Degree in Creative Writing. He migrates often, but was last seen in Las Vegas, NV. Any sightings should be reported, as they are rare.

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PERFORMER:

R.C. Bray

Fan favorite R.C. Bray has narrated over 300 audiobooks. He is the recipient of multiple industry awards including his Audie Award-winning performance of Andy Weir?s The Martian in 2015. When not skiing black diamonds backwards, enthralling onlookers with his parkour skills, and charging hard in the North Shore, R.C. can be found spinning yarns to make himself sound so much more interesting than he truly is. He lives in New England with his gorgeous wife and three beautiful children.

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