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This is the third book in the exciting new adventure series Delphi in Space. Now the McCormacks are finally going to get into space. At least if the big governments on Earth don’t stop them. They’ve managed to accumulate enough money to build a city, and now they’re going to build a space station. That will create a safe place to manufacture their new technology, and a way This is the third book in the exciting new adventure series Delphi in Space. Now the McCormacks are finally going to get into space. At least if the big governments on Earth don’t stop them. They’ve managed to accumulate enough money to build a city, and now they’re going to build a space station. That will create a safe place to manufacture their new technology, and a way to demonstrate to the world that humans have a future in space. But as they demonstrate more advanced technology, they attract more interest from the world’s governments. The people in power aren’t too happy to be sharing it with some small company in the South Pacific. What will it take to keep their dream alive?


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This is the third book in the exciting new adventure series Delphi in Space. Now the McCormacks are finally going to get into space. At least if the big governments on Earth don’t stop them. They’ve managed to accumulate enough money to build a city, and now they’re going to build a space station. That will create a safe place to manufacture their new technology, and a way This is the third book in the exciting new adventure series Delphi in Space. Now the McCormacks are finally going to get into space. At least if the big governments on Earth don’t stop them. They’ve managed to accumulate enough money to build a city, and now they’re going to build a space station. That will create a safe place to manufacture their new technology, and a way to demonstrate to the world that humans have a future in space. But as they demonstrate more advanced technology, they attract more interest from the world’s governments. The people in power aren’t too happy to be sharing it with some small company in the South Pacific. What will it take to keep their dream alive?

30 review for Delphi Station

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    I am really enjoying this series!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rick Rider

    See my review of the 4th book in the series - Delphi Nation (Delphi In Space Book 4)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pepper

    Mok's review The premise of the story is good I enjoyed it. What I do not enjoy is the author's unrealistic depiction of peoples cultures and their economies. He does not seem to understand that the third world is the third world not because the first and second world is stealing their resources. But is the third world because their culture is s#!+. In the first book he'll make a part of his story where sex slavery is quite prevalent in the Middle East and exist because of the culture. The so-cal Mok's review The premise of the story is good I enjoyed it. What I do not enjoy is the author's unrealistic depiction of peoples cultures and their economies. He does not seem to understand that the third world is the third world not because the first and second world is stealing their resources. But is the third world because their culture is s#!+. In the first book he'll make a part of his story where sex slavery is quite prevalent in the Middle East and exist because of the culture. The so-called good Muslim working for the child trafficker of sex slaves. Was pointed out quite clearly in the first book. And yet here in the third book he's talking about how all of their problems and issues are due to economic woes and hardships. He'll point out political corruption in the first book and in the third book talk about how it's all about resource management. The author himself is not consistent in his writing. He cannot seem to keep his story points clear. This is the thing I dislike most about his story it's inconsistency in keeping on topic.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bob C.

    This series is now officially “Out of this World!”  Read it now!! Team Delphi wants to build a space station.  Actually, they NEED to build a space station.  Why?  Several reasons.  First they need a safe place to build the advanced technology necessary to prove that humans have a future in space.  Second, they need a place that has the resources, e.g., the asteroid belt, to build the advanced technology necessary to bring the earth into the “club” of spacefaring civilizations.  Third, earth abso This series is now officially “Out of this World!”  Read it now!! Team Delphi wants to build a space station.  Actually, they NEED to build a space station.  Why?  Several reasons.  First they need a safe place to build the advanced technology necessary to prove that humans have a future in space.  Second, they need a place that has the resources, e.g., the asteroid belt, to build the advanced technology necessary to bring the earth into the “club” of spacefaring civilizations.  Third, earth absolutely must be able to prove that it can successfully defend itself from hostile aliens! Of course, in this book all the main characters continue to develop in great ways, especially Catie, the teenaged super genius heroine of the series. Do yourself a BIG favor, read this book and this entire series.  Keep up the great work Bob!  I’m really looking forward to book 4 in this series!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Stone

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This series of books, basically a space soap opera, features a group of scientists who discover an alien space ship and use its powers and technologies to better the entire human race. In it, China is initially belligerent but becomes something of an ally after a single military showdown. Meanwhile, the true axis of evil is the United States, presided over by a megalomaniac who is very obviously a thinly disguised President Trump. While the writing isn't bad, Im happy it's free to read on Amazon This series of books, basically a space soap opera, features a group of scientists who discover an alien space ship and use its powers and technologies to better the entire human race. In it, China is initially belligerent but becomes something of an ally after a single military showdown. Meanwhile, the true axis of evil is the United States, presided over by a megalomaniac who is very obviously a thinly disguised President Trump. While the writing isn't bad, Im happy it's free to read on Amazon. The author, Bob Glanton is very obviously of the Orange Man bad mindset and I think he may well believe that given such circumstances, Trump would destroy the nation with constant military attacks against this group of technological do gooders, who have solved the problem of how to make the Green New Deal work. No fossil fuels, no pollution, etc. Please... can we leave political posturing and campaigning for AOC out of the SF theatre?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Martin Rugroden

    Getting preachy If you're buying "global cooling, global warming, climate change, the earth has only 12 years before it's destroyed," then you might enjoy this series. Bob lost me when he brought in the environmental fantasies that have been preached by loonies since the 60's. Every prediction of global extinction has been wrong in the past and present. I was enjoying this series up til now. Nice entertainment with a good story line. Character development is good, for the most part, a little lig Getting preachy If you're buying "global cooling, global warming, climate change, the earth has only 12 years before it's destroyed," then you might enjoy this series. Bob lost me when he brought in the environmental fantasies that have been preached by loonies since the 60's. Every prediction of global extinction has been wrong in the past and present. I was enjoying this series up til now. Nice entertainment with a good story line. Character development is good, for the most part, a little light in some areas but, Catie is a highlight if a little unbelievable. But, this is Science FICTION. I'm not happy that it's been ruined for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Debra Chiaro

    Fantastic! What a great and wonderful story! Not as Suspensful as I would have hoped and the typos are distracting but the book was still great if not very believable. " A child shall lead them" as the saying goes but a girl of 12 yrs being able to pilot a spaceship and the mission she took them on, is a bit unbelievable knowing what our astronauts go through to be ready for space. I realize that with the help of alien technology and the use of their ships and equipment helps, but come on.... I d Fantastic! What a great and wonderful story! Not as Suspensful as I would have hoped and the typos are distracting but the book was still great if not very believable. " A child shall lead them" as the saying goes but a girl of 12 yrs being able to pilot a spaceship and the mission she took them on, is a bit unbelievable knowing what our astronauts go through to be ready for space. I realize that with the help of alien technology and the use of their ships and equipment helps, but come on.... I do look forward to the next installment of this series and have to believe it will be even better.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bill Barnes

    Very good After reading some of the more negative reviews I have to say”this is science fiction people”. I grew up on Verne and Heinlein and Azimov. Their writing was not normal, then, some is now. Submarines, a man on the moon, battle uniforms being tested with health monitoring, if you want realism switch to a different genre. Yes the idea of a 13 year old out flying adults in supersonic jets is out there. There is enough reality to suit me in real life, I read to escape. So far these books do Very good After reading some of the more negative reviews I have to say”this is science fiction people”. I grew up on Verne and Heinlein and Azimov. Their writing was not normal, then, some is now. Submarines, a man on the moon, battle uniforms being tested with health monitoring, if you want realism switch to a different genre. Yes the idea of a 13 year old out flying adults in supersonic jets is out there. There is enough reality to suit me in real life, I read to escape. So far these books do just that and they make me laugh. So why a 4 and not a 5? Because no one is perfect. So 4.5. Now on to the next one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Edwin

    Good book but losing momentum in interest Will be honest, while this book continues to be good from the last book, it began to lose interest. The beginning was great but I kinda began to lose interest when it got to the part where the girls go to space and how Catie is acting through out the book. Still it recovered it's interest when it got to the ending and it's cliffhanger left me with wanting to know what happens next. In the end, this was still a good book. Will still give the next book a r Good book but losing momentum in interest Will be honest, while this book continues to be good from the last book, it began to lose interest. The beginning was great but I kinda began to lose interest when it got to the part where the girls go to space and how Catie is acting through out the book. Still it recovered it's interest when it got to the ending and it's cliffhanger left me with wanting to know what happens next. In the end, this was still a good book. Will still give the next book a read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Frank Bertino

    Spacing Out Marc and crew are expanding Delphi City and starting to build the space station. However, threats from big governments have to be dealt with to continue their goal of uplifting earth's technology and prepare for the arrival of the aliens. Catie, Marx's precocious 14 year old daughter, is fun to watch as her quick mind helps them solve problems. I like the action, humor, strategy and mild romance. I look forward to the next book. Spacing Out Marc and crew are expanding Delphi City and starting to build the space station. However, threats from big governments have to be dealt with to continue their goal of uplifting earth's technology and prepare for the arrival of the aliens. Catie, Marx's precocious 14 year old daughter, is fun to watch as her quick mind helps them solve problems. I like the action, humor, strategy and mild romance. I look forward to the next book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zachary

    Heading into space...with a cliffhanger! Ah, another fun step getting humanity closer to the stars...if the United States would just let Marc do what he wants without interfering. I realized that the pacing and development of this plot might not be for everyone. It really focuses on civic development more than action, but Blanton does a good job of balancing everything. I'm looking forward to the next book! Heading into space...with a cliffhanger! Ah, another fun step getting humanity closer to the stars...if the United States would just let Marc do what he wants without interfering. I realized that the pacing and development of this plot might not be for everyone. It really focuses on civic development more than action, but Blanton does a good job of balancing everything. I'm looking forward to the next book!

  12. 5 out of 5

    STEVEN JOHNSON

    Delphi series Another good read in this series by Bob Blanton. Earth governments are becoming aware of the implications of the product introductions by Mckenzie Discoveries. The space station has also been spotted by earth. The risk to our main characters increases. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mark Goletto

    Ok. I can’t take anymore I gave it two books, which was probably one and a half books too much. I sorta knew what to expect having read some of the more realistic reviews. Seriously, you go from finding a spaceship to starting a space station in less than a year? Give me a break. And that’s while building a floating city at the same time. Prepare to suspend all disbelief.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hollie chAimowitz

    Just keeps getting better! I'm getting more and more impressed with this series. I've never seen some of the ideas in this series anywhere else. It's the kind of ideas that make you say hey I could have thought of that but didn't. And most important I just keep having fun with it. Just keeps getting better! I'm getting more and more impressed with this series. I've never seen some of the ideas in this series anywhere else. It's the kind of ideas that make you say hey I could have thought of that but didn't. And most important I just keep having fun with it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Schultz

    Too funny You made Trump the President. Perfect for a little realism. Sadly But as a blustering buffoon you nailed it. Along with the selfish greedyness. Oh if it was only true. That's why these books are so fun. A little get back, or revenge is fun even when it's only through a book. Still feels good. Thanks Too funny You made Trump the President. Perfect for a little realism. Sadly But as a blustering buffoon you nailed it. Along with the selfish greedyness. Oh if it was only true. That's why these books are so fun. A little get back, or revenge is fun even when it's only through a book. Still feels good. Thanks

  16. 4 out of 5

    Aadam Abdul-Alim

    Back to the story I put this series down as the story got lost IMO. I was wrong. It has a nice pace and I can’t wait to see how the ship weaponry gets added. I am not a fan of the addition of “Islamic” section, and didn’t see the point. Overall I think MC and team have work to do. Can’t wait to see.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    More character development in this book paired with significant story advancement makes this book a great addition to the series. You'll want to read this one in order, after the first two, but if you do pick up this one first, you can probably still enjoy it, just with some of the previous story elements not making sense until later in the book. More character development in this book paired with significant story advancement makes this book a great addition to the series. You'll want to read this one in order, after the first two, but if you do pick up this one first, you can probably still enjoy it, just with some of the previous story elements not making sense until later in the book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tony Hisgett

    The book started well, but the middle got a bit bogged down in the day-to-day trivia. There was a little more excitement towards the end, including an annoying cliff-hanger ending. At times the story is a bit ridiculous, but it is still a fun read and I really like Catie.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bob Miller

    I little too much dialog in this episode. Some technical issues in the chapter on prepping an asteroid to be moved into a different orbit, mostly because of too much detail that didn't advance the story. Still, another good book in the series. I little too much dialog in this episode. Some technical issues in the chapter on prepping an asteroid to be moved into a different orbit, mostly because of too much detail that didn't advance the story. Still, another good book in the series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    Classic Serial The story continues to keep me entertained, though I do admit I have lowered my expectations. The series is firmly in the YA genre, and each book ends with a classic cliffhanger.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Garry Whitmore

    The series continues as the previous enjoyable volumes with the world view expanding with each. We are now in space building a orbital station and improving on the alien technology found in the first volume. Still thoroughly enjoying apart from the occasional over done explanations.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    Holes big enough to drive a bus through Dispite the holes, like shipping a 35 meter yacht anywhere, this was an entertaining and fun read. It's predictable, but I didn't care. I liked it. Sue me. Holes big enough to drive a bus through Dispite the holes, like shipping a 35 meter yacht anywhere, this was an entertaining and fun read. It's predictable, but I didn't care. I liked it. Sue me.

  23. 5 out of 5

    amanda stoward

    Bit too out there Just not realistic in any way, taking women and children refugees to be manufacturing workers? And they don’t speak english....then there is taking 2 ten year olds into space?? And a 13yr old running the job.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Richard T. Kotomori

    Another great episode This story is well paced,exciting and entertaining. The team strategize how to meet geopolitical and sociopolitical problems as the corporation gain further notoriety. The problem solving and solutions are great

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mark Hagan

    Getting better each book I like the paceing and I keep getting lost in the tale! The political manoeuvring of the various characters involved is hysterical!

  26. 5 out of 5

    C.A. Knutsen

    Fast paced fun This series is developing technology and situations at a very fast pace. It is thoroughly enjoyable and I'm looking forward to the next installment. Fast paced fun This series is developing technology and situations at a very fast pace. It is thoroughly enjoyable and I'm looking forward to the next installment.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    A great sci-fi read Another great book in the series but it dealt more with the story timeline than the other books and was less entertaining

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mary SwiftSwan

    The action is building. Loved the sequence when they went visiting to the International station. We could do so much more with these ideas.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brent Mitchell

    Fun, Fun, Fun! Great writing style and darned good story makes this a super enjoyable read. Can't wait for the next one. I'm hooked! Fun, Fun, Fun! Great writing style and darned good story makes this a super enjoyable read. Can't wait for the next one. I'm hooked!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Wanda binz

    Excellent story This is an excellent book and the story is so intriguing. The storyline I’d captivating. Congratulations to the author on writing such an excellent book. ENJOY!

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