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Nether Ops works in shadows, and those shadows taint all they touch. 

Soren Voss believes in the Republic. But when he puts a promising Navy career on hold to serve as a covert agent, he encounters truths that throw everything he knows into turmoil. After weeks in deep cover living life with ruthless gangs, Soren uncovers a stolen cache of weapons, a mysterious upgraded form of legionnaire armor, and a written oath of loyalty for someone named...Goth Sullus. The agent follows leads that bring him face-to-face with crooked legionnaires, slimy politicians, and a powerful smuggler and gunrunner named Scarpia. 

Soren follows a darkening path to the heart of the Republic, and what he uncovers leaves him wondering not only if the Republic can be saved, but if he's even on the right side. 

US Army veteran Richard Fox, author of the Ember War Saga, teams up with Anspach & Cole to deliver this thrilling stand-alone set in the aftermath of Galaxy's Edge: Kill Team!  

©2019 Galaxy's Edge, LLC (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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wow thats bad

I really have enjoyed this series very much, but this is a let down. the narration is so bad I had to stop listerning, it was giving me a headache. The voices are beyond ridiculous, very disappointing.

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Not a bad story

It's a good addition to the Galaxy's Edge series, entertaining yet not as satisfying as the other titles. Ends in intrigue...

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great

In my opinion best non series book so far,this could easily be book 3.5 from season 1.

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Stupid voices

I loved all the Galaxy Edge books and the first 2 Order of the Centurion books - but after an hour of Through the Nether I just have to quit. I am either too old or too intelligent for this series. The voices used by the narrator make every character seem stupid. This was very unenjoyable. What a shame.

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  • Archangel91
  • 10-10-2019

Another hit!

Galaxies Edge continues to impress! Cole, Anspach, and Fox are a dangerous combo! Style of the Ember Wars meets tge turmoil of GE, plus Luke Daniels?! Great job, I cant wait for the next one.

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  • L.R.
  • 25-06-2019

Nothing is what it seems...

The Nether Ops... man... who ARE these people? I felt like I needed to watch my back while listening! Jeez... Having read all other books in GE universe, I'm endlessly fascinated by the details and back stories of some of the characters and organizations. This installment is an illuminating addition to the series. I'm now tempted to go back and listen again to the beginnings as there were a couple of characters brought up that I always wondered about, as to what was their fate. I guess now we know. Can't wait for next season!!! Narrator - I must admit that he is one of my favorites and he was perfect for this book. I have other favorite narrators that wouldn't be the right choice. The voice, the style, the timing are all essential to an audible book. He nailed it.

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  • Suros Six
  • 19-06-2019

Tied for best book in the Order of the Centurion

Richard Fox's writing and Luke Daniels' narration is an unbeatable combo. Just started getting into Fox's work after finishing the Order of the Centurion books so imagine my pleasant surprise when I check my email and see Fox wrote an OotC book. Thanks to his experience with his own sci-fi series (The Ember War) his work feels right at home in the Galaxy's Edge. I found myself quickly getting attached to characters and getting very invested in the story as it went along. Luke Daniels' narration is always top tier, his range of voices is impressive and his reading only furthers my immersion. This book easily ties for first place in the OotC series for me, the book it shares first place with being the very first one. I genuinely feel lucky that I got to experience this author crossover.

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  • MLT78
  • 21-06-2019

Fantastic Galaxy’s Edge story from a spy’s POV

I enjoy book series like Galaxy’s Edge, Song of Ice and Fire, Lord of the Rings, Ruins of the Galaxy, Star Wars, The Dark Tower, etc. This is another great story in the Galaxy’s Edge universe. Great as a stand-alone or if you have already read all the others. It’s the Galaxy’s Edge universe that we love but with a fantastic spy angle to the whole thing. Well written characters. Some nice humor mixed in. Compelling story that really sucks you in and makes you keep wondering “what will happen next?”

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  • Ecualegacy
  • 20-06-2019

Spectacular Tie-in To the Galaxy's Edge Series!

What do you get when the authors from two of the most successful military sci-fi sagas come together? You get one of the best installments of the Galaxy's Edge series, of course! Talk about a pulse stomping ride! Intelligent, edgy, full of intrigue and with more than a few heart-tugging moments/situations. I especially loved the call backs to some of the side characters from the main series' Book 3: Kill Team. Luke Daniels nails it with the narration. I really hope Richard, Jason and Nick are able to do more with this Nether Ops thread.

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  • Marlon
  • 19-06-2019

worth the listen

I think this one was worth the listen, it's not as good Stryker's War but it's a lot better than Iron Wolves. I think the next one they need to do needs to focus on the legionnaires kill team. This one is also perfect because it shows why the people are fighting against the house of reason and those Points. Death to the Republic and all the Points!

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  • clifford
  • 23-06-2019

Well... sket. this should have been like book 2.

it was good this book should have come out earlier in the series. So far I have purchased all the books in the galaxys edge series on audible. I wont Clint you I love it. the back stories and the lore are right on par with the main story. it's awesome to see how the all weave into eachother.

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  • Joshua Young
  • 20-04-2020

Fantastic!

A lot of times side stories like this, written by someone besides the main authors, feel either too disconnected from the world we know or too slavishly bound to what we know. Through the Nether walks a tight line between the two, giving us a glimpse at new facets of the Republic while not divorcing us from the story we’ve come to love.

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  • Josh Gray
  • 28-08-2019

Incredible

This was by far the deepest that ive heard. The reader did an amazing job and characters came to life. Highly recommended and hope to see a movie or miniseries from this.

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  • Steve
  • 05-11-2020

Another piece to the puzzle

Ever wonder why you don't like Nether OPs, well read this book and find out.

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  • Vytautas Liesis
  • 03-07-2020

Better

For some reason this book is better than 2 precious in this series. that is my personal opinion.

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  • paul sparks
  • 18-10-2019

Humour, character development and action

Another stand alone book in the GE universe that fleshes out characters that have been mentioned, it’s got a lot humour and action and as always the Machiavellian machinations of the corrupt politicians that inhabit this universe, highly recommended

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