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Princess Kelsey Bandar and Admiral Jared Mertz have beaten the savage Pale Ones only to fine even deadlier enemies working hard to undo everything they’ve accomplished.

To give the New Terran Empire even a slim hope of survival, they must explore a graveyard filled with dead ships watched over by a merciless AI, stop a coup determined to see the Imperial Throne fall, and then take the fight to the empire’s enemies.

What could possibly go wrong?

This omnibus edition contains audiobooks four to six in the Empire of Bones Saga (Ghosts of Empire, Paying the Price, and Reconnaissance in Force), as well as a previously unpublished short story.

Public Domain (P)2018 Terry Mixon

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  • TU
  • 15-02-2019

one of the best sci fi series I've listened to

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I was excited to be able to continue this space opera saga with another 33 hours of fun listening. It was equally as enjoyable as the first boxed set. The narration is well done and there is a ton of action and story to make the hours blaze by. I would highly recommend this series.

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  • Robert
  • 20-01-2019

Full of action and adventue...can't miss

Terry Mixon picks up where he left off on Volume 1. These 3 books are full of action, betrayal, treason, assassination attempts and adventure. You will thoroughly enjoy these books and Veronica Giguere does an excellent job in telling the story. "I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • Dan
  • 19-10-2020

Surprised!

was concerned with the female narrator since majority of voices wer male, but after 20 minutes it sounded normal. She did an excellent job! as far the rest of the book, I thought it was excellent! Writing was well done and overall I thoroughly enjoyed it. It also goes without saying that this series of books is one of the true bargains on Audible!

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  • CyberCowboy
  • 15-09-2020

Wonderful

I'll admit having missed the first 3 books I was a bit lost at the start of this set. However Mixon does a wonderful job of catching a listener up and then pulling them in and burying them with Sci-Fi goodness. I found myself tensing when characters got in dangerous situations and caring about what was going on in their personal lives. Always a easy way to know that a book is well written. Ms. Giguere's voice is butter and I swear she could read the phone book and make it thrilling. She uses her voice to paint pictures that I didn't think were possible. I received a copy of this book at my request in exchange for a FAIR review.

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  • Devon S.
  • 11-08-2020

WHAT A RIDE!

these books just keep getting better and better! the suspense of a space Opera is enthralling here

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  • James R. Cooper, Jr.
  • 05-06-2020

Predictable with glaring plot foreshadowing

Having read and listened to many sci-fi series over the years, this one is very light weight and predictable. Plot twists are foreshadowed so emphatically that even I, someone who is not very creative, can pretty much predict what will happen several chapters (or books) in advance. I've listened to the two box sets (books 1 thru 6) of this series. When you hear about something in the narrative, you just know that what you hear will pop up somehow in a future part of the narrative.. it's really pretty blatant in most cases. One gets the feeling that the author is just stretching out a plot line that could have been put into a single book and milking it for no real reason other than to maximize the number of books in the series. One of the characters is a genius-type nerd who almost magically (gasp... "magic" in a sci-fi book???) comes up with just the right "scientific" development in time to advance the story... and if the reality of the physical universe might impinge upon the author's moving the narrative along, the author is quite willing to quickly skip over (or avoid) such detriments to his plot. One example might be the wildly varying times that ships need to traverse intrasolar distances... one would think at times the speed of light isn't a limiting factor in the author's universe, except for the fact that the author makes such a big deal about how the genius-type nerd develops FTL communication capability. I'm willing to buy something economical (6 books for the Audible cost of two credits), but for the quality of these books, I'm not willing to spend a credit per book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-03-2020

Very Enjoyable

As I sit here sequestered I found this audible book really helped the kindle books come alive in my mind. The extra bonus audible story at the end was an added bonus. I initially thought the narrated voice was a little too high pitched for me, but was soon captured by the story and ended up really feeling the voice match the personality of Princess Bandar. Buying the volume of 3 books at a time was a pleasant benefit to my wallet in-spite of the audible chapters not matching the kindle book. Each time I restarted the reading and narration, I had to spend time re-syncing to the last place read. I admit I complicated the re-sync by changing devices as I moved from den to bedroom. It could have only been significantly improved if the kindle books were word synced to show the location. I recommend these books, and this Volume 2 narration.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-11-2019

young adult story

juvenile science fiction space adventure. don't bother, you are wasting your time. there has got to be something better.

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  • BritMick
  • 02-07-2019

Great follow up to part 1

Once again Terry Mixon has given us everything, we can expect in a space opera series. Some great characters, with lots of action, and a story you can lose yourself in. It’s a great follow up to the first series of books and I am looking forward to getting the third set shorty.

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  • Erin Mary
  • 05-05-2019

good continuation

I enjoyed it. I liked volume 1 better than this. Being back on Avalar <excuse spelling> for so much of this volume had me itching for them to go back to space. I am hoping for. volume 3

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