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 1,159 Ratings


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]


  • 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
  • So inward Fringe

    By Michael3322
    A good space opera. The author achieved his goals. This compliments the old horse operas of the old west, but with the spaceship instead of horse. Good job.
  • Omg

    By AymzHi
    Yes. This, to me, ranks right up there with The Greats... Heinlein, Weber, Orson Scott Card. Holy Cow, I don't even know what to say. I read the first four in the series in two nights. I am completely hooked and am currently adjusting my household budget to buy all the rest. Having to wait to find out what happens next to the captain and crew of the First Light is tantamount to having to wait to find out if a beloved family member is going to survive a horrible accident; I'm that invested in these characters. The tech in these series is fascinating and I was actually interested in the fight scenes. All in all, this is a phenomenal series and I can't wait to continue reading!