Faith by John Love

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Moby Dick meets Duel in John Love's debut novel of Space Opera and Military Science Fiction! Faith is the name humanity has given to the unknown, seemingly invincible alien ship that has begun to harass the newly emergent Commonwealth. 300 years earlier, the same ship destroyed the Sakhran Empire, allowing the Commonwealth to expand its sphere of influence. But now Faith has returned! The ship is as devastating as before, and its attacks leave some Commonwealth solar systems in chaos. Eventually it reaches Sakhra, now an important Commonwealth possession, and it seems like history is about to repeat itself. But this time, something is waiting: an Outsider, one of the Commonwealth's ultimate warships. Slender silver ships, full of functionality and crewed by people of unusual abilities, often sociopaths or psychopaths, Outsiders were conceived in back alleys, built and launched in secret, and commissioned without ceremony. One system away from earth, the Outsider ship Charles Manson makes a stand. Commander Foord waits with his crew of miscreants and sociopath, hoping to accomplish what no other human has been able to do — to destroy Faith!

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John Love spent most of his working life in the music industry. He was Managing Director of PPL, the world's largest record industry copyright organization. He also ran Ocean, a large music venue in Hackney, East London. He lives just outside London in north-west Kent with his wife Sandra and cats. Love's first novel, Faith, was published by Night Shade Books in 2012.
Published January 1, 2012 by Night Shade Books. 376 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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Growing up with a loving mother who happens to be a single parent, Grace had all the love any kid could ask for, yet the absence of her father contributed to a clear path for self-destruction.

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If you ever wondered about the whole topic of Christian liberty, Christian Freedom: Faith Working Through Love is the book is for you.

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Simultaneously, she tells the story of her mother, her brother, her stepfather, the mother of the little boy.

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Developing a bulletproof faith is a process, long and nonlinear. It may involve taking one step forward and two steps back. There will always be chinks in your ...

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