Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins - Randolph Lalonde

Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins

By Randolph Lalonde

  • Release Date: 2009-08-02
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Score: 4.5
From 1,183 Ratings

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In the darkest region of explored space sits a bright beacon; Freeground Station. Serving as a supply and trading post it is home to a select number of human beings that will take a desperate chance to make a difference in their end of the galaxy. - Contains the entire First Light Chronicles Trilogy. A Space Opera Adventure enjoyed across the globe by all ages. [Final Revision]


  • Spinward Fringe Origins

    By Lancesba
    Wonderful sci fi journey. Amazing foresight as to what technological marvels may exist in the future. Loved the interpersonal relationships as they evolved. A very engaging book that held my interest throughout. Randolph Lalonde’s epilogue truly shows his love for writing sci fi. I plan on reading his sequels. A talented author.
  • Totally captivating to read

    By vtHAD
    I loved this epic and look forward to reading more. I read this straight through and with much anticipation. The ending is ?cliffhanger?harsh? Saddening?......however to say it, it definitely makes you want to read the next book. Oddly, book 1 & 2 I had to separate search for as it doesn’t show up in the series. IBooks does have it you just need to type in the title spinward broadcast 1 & 2 will pull it up. Enjoy.
  • Spin ward fringe origins

    By zeusboo
    Good sci fi story and characters
  • What a frontier

    By mvwpd
    This space story is like a history of space travel. The different worlds, beings and science combine in a unique flavor to tell what this life could be like. I loved reading this book and look forward to reading others in this series.
  • Spinward Fringe Origins

    By prp711
    Best Sci-Fi take I’ve read in awhile. Highly recommend.
  • Spinward Fringe

    By Linn1201
    Exceptional space opera filled with mind blowing future tech, social commentary and a great story line. A full stand alone epic with dozens of hints for follow on readings.
  • Hook, line and sinker

    By colorado_junkie
    I downloaded this book quite a while ago and it sat on my iPad even longer. In fact, it almost got deleted before I read it. I was usually too busy or just not interested at any given time. Then I started a long road trip and figured there is no better time then now to read it. Glad I did! I enjoyed every page of this book. The character development was fun and enjoyable. I look forward to what Jonas and company have in store through the rest of the series.
  • My first time!

    By TexasMan39
    This is the first book I have read by this author....but it is not the last! I can see that there are quite a few more books for me to download. While I was reading the book, I kept trying to imagine how the author could ever keep up with the number of characters and the various plots going on. I was devastated at the end and quickly realized it was not the end but the beginning! I heartily encourage you to read this book! Now I have to go and purchase a few more books by this author!
  • Captivating

    By Hellweazel
    I had a difficult time putting the book down. The pace and intensity doesn’t allow it. It’s a sifi masterpiece that is truly riveting.
  • 100/10 ❤️❤️

    By Matt beat
    So I found this book when I was 15 looking for a free science fiction book, because well I was 15 and broke u know. And this was 2015. After reading this book I was hooked. And I read and waited for every book after that. This book has by far been my favorite. And the best part for me is the characters. How well u know the characters and how you just feel like you’ve been with them the whole time through their struggles. And second part I Love is the deep science fiction it brings. I know all books have to end eventually but I hope this book doesn’t end for a very very long time. Gives me something to truly love to read. Thanks Randolph