Series: Admiral John Geary

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Dauntless by Jack Campbell1
Fearless by Jack Campbell2
Courageous by Jack Campbell3
Valiant by Jack Campbell4
Relentless by Jack Campbell5
Victorious by Jack Campbell6
Dreadnaught by Jack Campbell7
Invincible by Jack Campbell8
Guardian by Jack Campbell9
Steadfast by Jack Campbell10
Leviathan by Jack Campbell11

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  1. The Lost Stars: Tarnished Knight by Jack Campbell (2012)
  2. Earth Strike by Ian Douglas (2010)
  3. Live Free or Die by John Ringo (2010)
  4. On Basilisk Station by David Weber (1993)
  5. Off Armageddon Reef by David Weber (2006)
  6. Stark's War by John G. Hemry (2000)
  7. When the Tide Rises by David Drake (2008)
  8. Star Strike by Ian Douglas (2008)
  9. Kris Longknife: Deserter by Mike Shepherd (2004)
  10. Old Man's War by John Scalzi (2005)
  11. Rising Tides by Taylor Anderson (2011)
  12. Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon (2003)
  13. A Hymn Before Battle by John Ringo (2000)
  14. Orphanage by Robert Buettner (2004)
  15. Downbelow Station by C. J. Cherryh (1981)

Series description

This series deals with the adventures of Captain, eventually Admiral, John Geary, and as such includes the Lost Fleet series, which chronicles Geary's efforts to return the apparently trapped Alliance fleet to Alliance territory.   After he gets there, the fleet is sent off on a new mission which is Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier.

In addition, there is a

Lost Stars series that takes up the history of a Syndicates World system that Geary dealt with towards the end of the Lost Fleet series, and which is occuring simultaneously with Lost Fleet : Beyond the Frontier.

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