He Who Dares – Book 1

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For Mike Gray, his life was a series of mysteries and unanswered question. Even the man who raised him, his paternal grandfather, was a question mark.  The question of why his family, the Tregallion clan, refused to come to his aid went unanswered. Even so, between them they build a life for themselves until the fateful day he died. After that, Mike fled across the stars, swearing he would never again take the responsibility for another person’s death.  With war on the horizon, and the future of the free stars hanging in the balance, Mike reluctantly accepted his destiny, and the part he must play.

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For Mike Gray, his life was a series of mysteries and unanswered question. Even the man who raised him, his paternal grandfather, was a question mark. Beyond the love, understanding, and nurturing lay the unanswered question of why a disgraced ex-Royal Naval Admiral would pulled himself out of a bottle and take upon himself to bring a one year old child home as raise him as his own. The question of why his family, the Tregallion clan, refused to come to his aid went unanswered. Even so, between them they build a life for themselves until the fateful day he died. After that, Mike fled across the stars, swearing he would never again take the responsibility for another person’s death. Fate and destiny had other ideas, plunging him into one situation after the other where he had to take command, and decide the fate of others. With war on the horizon, and the future of the free stars hanging in the balance, Mike reluctantly accepted his destiny, and the part he must play. For better or worse, he would find the answered to his question, and make those responsible pay a terrible price.

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2 reviews for He Who Dares – Book 1

  1. Rob Buckman

    Roderick Ramage
    Another great book from Mr Buckman. Great start to a new series. Nice story arc and characters that are well developed. Have allready read the second book and am anxiously waiting for the next.

  2. Rob Buckman

    Peter Rijs: My first “Rob Buckman” – and added to my “list of favorites”
    – Chapter upon chapter a plot unraveled that just needs to be finished.
    – The industrial potential described seems of somewhat unrealistic capacity, but what the heck, we might really be capable of that in a couple of 100 years . .
    – Religious oppression seems more accurate to me and the book would have read exactly the same if any other religion had been chosen as dominant.
    – A few small and forgivable typo’s that I could’t care less about (I probably make more in a 2 page letter). – Easy to read for a non-native English reader.