Series: Targon Tales

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Sky Hunter by Chris ReherBook 1
The Catalyst (Targon Tales) by Chris Reherbook 2
Only Human by Chris ReherBook 3
Rebel Alliances (Targon Tales) by Chris ReherBook 4
Delphi Promised (Targon Tales 5) by Chris Reherbook 5

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I headed out far beyond Proxima Centauri and found a nifty story that soon turned into a 5-volume Space Opera complete with wormholes and improbable laser guns. The Targon Tales series stars Nova Whiteside as a space marine whose pesky humanity keeps getting in the way of her doing her job according to protocol.

[author comment on Amazon.com, Only Human, retrieved 4/28/2014

One of the characters, Sethran Kada has a subseries which "is part of Chris Reher’s Targon Tales series but does not intersect the other stories. Sethran Kada appears in The Catalyst and also in Rebel Alliances."


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