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Echoes of War: BOOK I


Corporal David Cohen thought he’d left war behind.

He was wrong.

The Terran Coalition faces repeated and brutal attacks from the repressive League of Sol. To defend his home planet, David trades his dream of becoming a rabbi for a battlefront in the far reaches of space. When particle beams fly, his courage under fire brings quick promotion. But in the lulls between battles when he must confront his soul, David finds a different enemy: the ghosts of those killed under his command.

Yet in war, it’s kill or be killed—and the enemy shows no mercy.

David must square the tenets of his faith against his responsibility to crew and country. If he fails in his command, billions face enslavement by a ruthless regime. Now it’s an all-out fight for the galaxy’s freedom.

Because a man’s greatest foe lies within.

If you love Babylon 5, Safehold, and Destroyermen, you must read “Echoes of War,” a military sci-fi series that will take you to the heart of duty, sacrifice, and the unseen scars of those who serve.


Echoes of War: BOOK II


David has won a battle – but the war is far from over.

Colonel David Cohen has one goal: drive out the League of Sol. After a string of successful engagements, the warship Lion of Judah is ordered on a goodwill mission to assist neutral border planets long caught between sides of the galactic conflict.

What David finds on Monrovia sends shockwaves of horror through the Terran Coalition.

Monrovian citizens of all faiths are being rounded up and sent to reeducation camps, while others are exterminated to cleanse the population as the planet seeks to join the communist League. Mass graves of thousands of murdered Monrovians dot the landscape.

David vows to use whatever means necessary to stop the holocaust.

To face down the overwhelming brutality of the League, David will need more than the prayers of the faithful.

He’ll need a miracle.


Echoes of War: BOOK III


Colonel David Cohen risks everything in an all-or-nothing battle to turn the tide of galactic war.

Coalition intelligence has discovered the League’s center of gravity—a deep space logistics base that supplies the enemy’s entire war effort. The CDF assembles its largest fleet ever for a decisive attack. For the first time since the war began, they have the means to drive the League from their home turf…. until they dive head first into the League of Sol buzz saw.

The fleet is forced to retreat after a disastrous engagement to assess their wounds and honor the dead. The crew of the warship Lion of Judah develop a risky plan in a last-ditch offensive to take out the League station.

Or die trying.

In the battle between good and evil, is victory at all costs worth the price?



Echoes of War: BOOK IV


The League of Sol is down but not out. Now Colonel David Cohen tackles his most challenging task yet:

Ferreting out a traitor.

The League fleet has finally been driven from the Terran Coalition’s galactic arm. But enemies left behind on the planets that dot the local cluster won’t go quietly.

Under orders direct from the President, David dispatches a commando team to recon a League-held world, entrusting them with one of his top officers as a guide on the planet she once called home. Unexpected enemy fire leaves the team stranded in hostile territory with no means of escape unless they can disable the planetary defense system.

But David faces an all-new battle of his own. As a wave of League ships consistently stays one step ahead of him, his worst fears are realized.

The CDF has a mole.

Alongside the intelligence ship Oxford, David and the crew of the Lion of Judah race to discover the wolf in a CDF uniform and rescue those planetside before they are lost to a crazed League commander intent on annihilation over surrender.

If they fail, they’ll sacrifice more than just a battle.

They’ll lose the war.


Echoes of War: BOOK V


The League of Sol has a new weapon – one starships can’t destroy.

Tactics have changed. The enemy hasn’t been able to beat Colonel David Cohen and the CSV Lion of Judah’s crew on the galactic battlefield. The League needs a more powerful weapon to succeed in the protracted war. One that will strike at the heart of the Terran Coalition and bring them to their knees.

One to annihilate them from within.

A new recreational drug is guaranteed to hook users in a single hit. With no cure, addicts will die within a year. Colonel Cohen and his team are given a classified assignment that takes them from the frontlines to the most unlikely of places: Gilead, the neutral pleasure planet. Working closely with an undercover operative, they must infiltrate the vicious cartel responsible for bringing the highly addictive substance to market.

But what happens in Gilead, stays in Gilead, and there are formidable government officials that want to keep it that way – at any cost.

Now David must thwart the enemy and root out corruption at the highest levels without starting yet another bitter war.

If he can’t, the Terran Coalition is doomed.


See what readers have to say about Daniel Gibbs!

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If Tom Clancy wrote military science fiction, this is what it would read like.

Mike C.

Interesting concept, good ratio of action to background. Looking forward to next in series and others. Try it out, you won’t be sorry.

Susan A.

Gibbs did an amazing job of creating his story, defining his characters and building them into personable and identifiable characters that make you feel like you know them personally.



Fight the Good Fight is the first book in a military sci-fi series that takes an unflinching look at sacrifice, duty, and the scars left on the minds of those who serve. The trials and tactics of a starship commander are only part of the story…

Every soldier faces battles within.

About Daniel

Daniel Gibbs is a recovering computer engineer who first developed the universe that Echoes of War and Breach of Duty take place in over twenty years ago. His love of sci-fi and military fiction sparked his overactive imagination and fueled a growing ambition to bring his vision of the future to readers. Decades after the inception of his ideas, he released his first novel ‘Fight The Good Fight’ in 2018. He is currently hard at work on a six-book series entitled Echoes of War, and a three novel series co-authored with Gary T. Stevens.

Daniel draws on his extensive experience supporting the US Navy and Marine Corps as an IT engineer to bring an authentic lens to military science fiction, focusing on the trials and tribulations of those who protect and serve.

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