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Star Force: Evacuation

With the Skarrons beginning to overrun Nestafar territory the Elarioni are also brought into jeopardy. Faced with a defensive effort that they know they cannot survive, they request the aid of the Alliance to evacuate their race into the ADZ.
“Evacuation” is the 50th episode and marks the halfway point in the series.
Word Count: 30,600

Star Force: Essence

The ever-growing peace and order in the galaxy has nearly run its course as a new series of events begin to take shape. Buckle your seat belt, Dorothy, because Kansas is going bye bye…

Star Force: Equity

As the war to conquer Star Force progresses, the fighting shifts away from the Uriti and space battles to the ground…where planets are won or lost based on the supersized warfare of mechs vs. dinosaurs.

Star Force: Empire

With the threat of two massive enemies encircling the ADZ, Star Force continues to take on more of the defensive load with every part of the empire doing its bit to fuel the juggernaut.
“Empire” is the 58th episode in the series.
Word Count: 30,400

Star Force: Dominance

Over 100,000 years have passed with Star Force growing into a dominant position as rulers of the Rimward half of the galaxy, but lurking in the shadows are threats of old waiting for the right time to strike.

Star Force: Divide

With the high stakes battle in the Gvaris System stretching into decades, Paul and a few other trailblazers attempt to sever the lizard empire along its weak middle line with both sides committing more troops and resources than ever before in their centuries long conflict.
“Divide” is the 76th episode in the Origin Series.
Word Count: 30,700

Star Force: Consensus

New information leads to new revelations and new plans as the Skarron threat forces Star Force to reestablish its priorities and develop a new playbook for the path ahead.
“Consensus” is the 43rd episode in the series.
Word Count: 30,200

Star Force: Commando

With the restructuring taking place on Earth, everyone’s lives are changing. With that change comes opportunity…for those bold enough to seize it.
“Commando” is the 40th episode in the series.
Word Count: 31,500

Star Force: Bloodlust

With the first breather on the Skarron front allowing some gains to be made, Star Force and its allies fight hard to repulse the invaders…while others seek more personal gains that may jeopardize them all.
“Bloodlust” is the 54th episode in the series.
Word Count: 30,200

Star Force: Battlemeld

An unexpected discovery leads to the unlocking of a psionic mystery…one that the V’kit’no’sat themselves may never have solved.
“Battlemeld” is the 45th episode in the series.
Word Count: 30,200

Star Force: Bahamut (SF86)

When the excavation project the lizards are undertaking is discovered, powerful factions are brought to a head and secrets revealed as another threat to the galaxy is unearthed.
“Bahamut” is the 86th episode in the Origin Series.
Word Count: 30,200

Star Force: Backdoor

With the Skarron blockade pressure constantly mounting, the trailblazers fight separate battles on different worlds trying to hold back the onslaught to buy Star Force the time it needs to build more Sentinel defense platforms…the only thing standing between them and the Skarrons’ never-ending fleet.
“Backdoor” is the 53rd episode in the series.
Word Count: 30,300

Star Force: Axius

With the new-formed Alliance proving itself capable of defending its borders, interior issues surge to the forefront as a cultural clash breaks out, with Star Force attempting to gain the upper hand through a variety of measures.
“Axius” is the 47th episode in the series.
Word Count: 31,900

Star Born

The travelers had sighted the cove from the sea-a narrow bite into the land, the first break in the cliff wall which protected the interior of this continent from the pounding of the ocean. And, although it was still but midafternoon, Dalgard pointed the outrigger into the promised shelter, the dip of his steering paddle swinging in harmony with that wielded by Sssuri in the bow of their narrow, wave-riding craft. The two voyagers were neither of the same race nor of the same species, yet they worked together without words, as if they had established some bond which gave them a rapport transcending the need for speech.
(source: Bol.com)

Stages on Life’s Way

*Stages on Life’s Way*, the sequel to *Either/Or*, is an intensely poetic example of Kierkegaard’s vision of the three stages, or spheres, of existence: the esthetic, the ethical, and the religious. With characteristic love for mystification, he presents the work as a bundle of documents fallen by chance into the hands of “Hilarius Bookbinder, ” who prepared them for printing. The book begins with a banquet scene patterned on Plato’s Symposium. (George Brandes maintained that “one must recognize with amazement that it holds its own in this comparison.”) Next is a discourse by “Judge William” in praise of marriage “in answer to objections.” The remainder of the volume, almost two-thirds of the whole, is the diary of a young man, discovered by “Frater Taciturnus, ” who was deeply in love but felt compelled to break his engagement. The work closes with a letter to the reader from Taciturnus on the three “existence-spheres” represented by the three parts of the book. *Stages on Life’s Way* not only repeats themes, characters, and pseudonymous authors of the earlier works but also goes beyond them and points to further development of central ideas in *Concluding Unscientific Postscript*.