Liberty Fleet is the overlord series of The Frankenstein Series and The Android Series to come from A.D. Wayne. A dark space adventure collection with action-packed stories made to have your mind blown!

A 21st century woman fights aliens when transported into the future.




“I would risk this crew’s life because I know very well that everyone on this ship owes Caldwell theirs. While countless ships lost their entire crew during our encounters with the fucking Rakes, he stood strong and protected his crew at all costs. So, mark my words, I will do no less and bring him back on that commanding chair if I have to go through hell and back. He’ll be in his command chair again.” — Captain Frankenstein

Liberty Fleet Logo by Alexa Wayne
Liberty Fleet Logo by Alexa Wayne

Division 8, led by a faceless figure named, Queen was in charge of 299 Agents. Those chosen were often Liberty soldiers referred by General Jones. He was the first Android ever created, and the last Type 1. Liberty’s secret service is known to have eyes on eyes. It led to paranoia and greed. The Division needed a new face and a new leader. How they acquired it was no different than what led to the war.

The Frankenstein Series - Frankenstein by A.D. Wayne
The Frankenstein Series – Frankenstein by A.D. Wayne

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Frankie is a 21st-century computer programmer, turned ufologist when she is approached by the members of the LSS Slicer crew. The starship being commanded by Captain Caldwell. She becomes their most significant asset in the temporal war.

Their enemies were ready to die for a spectre of her DNA. The Dome and Rakes in the Scorpius Quadrant forged a betrothal with the Orion Quadrant’s defence, the Alliance. Nowhere is safe anymore.

Within Frankie’s DNA, is the infinite knowledge of the Greys. It hides within it how to revive their technology and share their knowledge. Frankie had to remain safe. Like her life, if compromised, could easily mean the end of the Milky Way. Life as she knew, completely shredded.

Caldwell promised to keep Earth’s history safe by using Frankie’s knowledge of her home, untainted by the Dome’s time traveling. Caldwell would use Frankie to re-establish her timeline and all others until the Dome’s complete alienation. Not everyone believed Caldwell deserved trust.

The mission: save time and space from the 26th century at all costs.




“People, this is your, Admiral. A Bloodletting ship is coming. The Slicer won’t be ready to jump to Code White for another few hours. It is here, near the Serpent System that we will make our stand. We need to buy Lieutenant Alaska and all engineering crews enough time to repair the core system. We are ready my friends, we can make a better life for ourselves. I would put my life in your hands in a heartbeat. I know you trust me just as much as a trust you.” He took a deep breath, “Be brave. Be bold. Be bloody.” He added, “And show no mercy for no Legionnaire or Rake would.”

Liberty Fleet Logo by Alexa Wayne
Liberty Fleet Logo by Alexa Wayne

Bloodletting is the withdrawal of blood from a patient to prevent or cure illness and disease. Bloodletting, whether by a physician or by leeches, was based on an ancient system of medicine in which blood and other bodily fluids were regarded as “humours” that had to remain in proper balance to maintain health. Wikipedia



The spaceships in the Liberty Fleet overlord series are divided by not only the alien species but the political side as well. Each starship has its own class and reason. Read more.


If a series takes place in space and is at war, chances are, there are more than one species. In the Liberty Fleet series, many are involved and each bring its own abilities. Read more.


There wouldn’t be war without politics. It is not unique to Earth where greed gets the best of us. The inter-dimensional temporal war is affecting the entire fabric of time. Read more.


Science-fiction is a balance between an alternate reality, science and theoretical science. It leaves enough space to the imagination to invent new ways to travel and defend. Read more.


What The Readers are Saying

Kat Valentine

If you follow my reviews, you know that I love paranormal romance and lusty sexy reads. I’m not much of a sci-fi or alien reader. I can name on one hand how many I’ve read and enjoyed, but when I saw A.D. Wayne had a new sci-fi book out, I was curious.

I’ve read her Vlad the Impaler book, Mrs. Blackwood, and a couple of her other reads and loved them, so I decided to give this a try. Outstanding book. The heroine, Frankie, is a strong character who battles significant anxiety, PTSD, and phobias. To some, she may seem flawed, but this is what makes this kick-ass chick is so unique. She has the heart of a true warrior. And there’s nothing I love more than a strong woman.

A.D. Wayne’s writing flows from page to page. You can always tell a writer that has researched her book. It shows. There are many excellent and complexed back up characters with some unforgettable villains like the Rakes. They are a species that loves eating humans, and not in the right way, while they’re still alive they’re a delicacy to them. Also, the mysterious and sexy Captain Jason Namito Caldwell, I’m with Frankie, I wanted him too.

But don’t be fooled, the star of the book is Frankie I friggin adore her. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves sci-fi and kick-ass heroines. Aliens just got a whole more interesting!

Joe Leonardi

I Don’t Usually Read Science Fiction

I love science fiction in every form, except for the written. For some reason, I am not drawn to Science Fiction books. Occasionally, I will pick one up and read it, but frequently it is stories with which I am familiar — Star Trek, Buck Rogers, etc.

I came across Frankenstein on a social media group. I make it a habit to read at least one book by independent authors a month, so I thought I would give this ago. From the opening paragraph, I was intrigued and hooked. I read it slowly, taking only about a chapter a night to completely immerse myself in the story. The author pays a lot of fan service to those who, like me, watch more science fiction than they read. I found myself chuckling at the inventiveness of specific references.

For what appears to be the first book in a series, A.D. tells a compelling stand-alone story, at the same time, left me looking forward to Supra Project Book 2.

As an author and storyteller myself, I get what goes into weaving a tale. I understand the passion one feels about getting words on the printed page – the way the author bleeds from their very soul to share their vision. When I complete a story and ask others to read it, I never ask if they like the story – I ask if they think I told a good story.

In Frankenstein, A.D. Wayne tells a good story. A story I highly recommend.

Rebecca Hill

So I am going to preface this with I LOVE SCIENCE FICTION. There is something about a science fiction novel that really gets the imagination going. Alexa Wayne did a fabulous job with this book, as Frankenstein is a character that is relatable, and the way the book is written, it draws you in from the start.

Now, if you are averse to language or strong scenes, (or have a really weak stomach) then you might want to bypass this book, but you are going to be missing a good read. The science fiction in the book is spot on, leaving even the hardcore science fiction fan completely happy.

Finally, grab this book for an out of this world experience!

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