The Legend of ZERO: Forging Zero - Sara King

The Legend of ZERO: Forging Zero

By Sara King

  • Release Date: 2018-09-09
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Score: 4.5
From 51 Ratings


First Contact doesn't go as anyone expected. Now they own us.

The Legend of ZERO: Forging Zero is the epic journey of 14-year-old Joe Dobbs in a post-apocalyptic universe following a massive galactic empire's invasion of Earth. The oldest of the children drafted from humanity’s devastated planet, Joe is impressed into service by the alien Congressional Ground Force—and becomes the unwitting centerpiece in a millennia-long alien struggle for independence. Once his training begins, one of the elusive and prophetic Trith appears to give Joe a spine chilling prophecy that the universe has been anticipating for millions of years: Joe will be the one to finally shatter the vast alien government known as Congress. And the Trith cannot lie.…

But first Joe has to make it through bootcamp.


  • Legend of ZERO: Forging ZERO

    By Bianca Too
    This book was one of the most creative I have ever read while at the same time being as believable as a science fiction book about alien species can be. The book is character driven. 98 percent of all human children in Earth between the ages of 5 and 12 are drafted by a Congress of 13,000 alien The children are drafted to serve as soldiers in the Congressional army. The entities that come to Earth to collect and then train the human children are A species called Oohreiki. The book focuses on a group 6 children and their Oohreiki commanders. The primary character is an Earthling who should not have been taken. The recruit is 14 years old. His name is Joe Cobbs, but he is called Zero because he does get a recruit number. At first, the children are either frightened or angry about being taken from their homes on Earth. The book does a good job showing the evolution of the children into “ Congie” soldiers. At the same time the author does a good job through the plot showing the development of mutual respect between the human children and the Oohreiki commanders. There were many obstacles these developments that the author managed to plot. I will not tell you much about the story except to say it is mesmerizing. It tends to be longitudinal with limited use of flashbacks at interesting points.
  • Forging Zero

    By MikronMike
    I simply could not put it down. Looking forward to the next one!
  • Sara King master of her craft

    By Gchewy
    I love her writing style, engaging and paints a visual world unlike many I’ve read. Read it you won’t regret it then checkout her other books they’re awesome as well.