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Necessary Evil

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Author: John Erik Ege

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Star Trek: Path Finder, the fourth installment in the Garcia chronicles. Intense, fast pace, and a tribute to all things Trek.

Gary adams

Love the series want More have read the first 4 need another fix!!!


Jacinto De LaVaca

Waiting for fifth book, Can't stop reading. Please publish soon. :-)


Russ Bacon

I got to the end but there was no ending. ???? It just left me hanging. Bah humbug! What a hummed.


James Johnson

Most fun I’ve had in a coons age! Loved the whole series about Garcia, very well written and presented. I am looking forward to reading more.


Ivy Giroir

Can't wait for book 5 Great job


Brian Gaucher

John Ege has done it again. True Star Trek epic. Good job Mr. Ege.


a.gadsdon

I haven't been this captivated by a storyline and character set in a long time.The way you have interwoven the stories from the beginning into everything we already know, is amazing.Please don't stop writing, I for one would love to see your work on the bestsellers list in the future.


jacquie65

I have read all four and cannot wait for another one!


dayspring

book 5 please. =)


richard martin

just like kirk multiplied by 1000 in regard to ladies and fighting.too much for me.techie stuff was good though


Ozzie

The Garcia series is without doubt some of the best fan fiction I have ever read, the characters and plot lines are well thought and extremely well written. I can't wait for the next book... come on John hurry it up will ya :D


Shane Muhwezi

Absolutely love your Garcia series, even stalked you on FB lol. Keep up the good work good man


Mark Keith

You are going to see a review, I just made that wasn't finished. I hit the wrong button. I have all of your books am going through them now.Great stuff dude!! I have read every Vince Flynn book written,some twice. I count the days until he puts out another .His main dude is great,and you my friend have done the same with Garcia.I think have said it all, read his work people you will hooked!!


Mark Keith

I was hooked with in the first 20 pages. I enjoyed your story line , the building of


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Excellently written, a real page turner.....ok the cliches could go on ad nausea (not to say that it is full of ads and is making me nauseous lol)...but I will try to quantify this in a manner which will express My feelings.....HOLY GARCIA!!!!!Love it love it love it...the very second I finished "necessary evil" I rushed back to see if John wrote anything else...or (praying fervently) that he has continued the garcia story.......Please keep writing John...I devour books and am starving for more from you. Might I add that the length of the books is very appealing (I did a quick calculation..I read on a palm tx ) it would seem that the garcia stories run about one and a half times the pages of an average paperback novel (some novels are just too short). I absoluetly will be watching for more from you, John.


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