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The Empire's Corps, Book 6
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Series: The Empire's Corps, Book 6
Length: 12 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Four years after their abandonment by the now-fallen Empire, the Commonwealth of Avalon is expanding into interstellar space and making contact with other successor states. With suspicion high on both sides, the Commonwealth and the enigmatic Wolfbane agree to hold a diplomatic meeting on Lakshmibai, a neutral world. But Lakshmibai's government hates off-worlders and, with the fall of the Empire, sees its chance to be rid of the hatred intruders once and for all. While Edward Stalker is besieged in their capital city, Jasmine Yamane must lead an untested army on a race against time to save the diplomats from annihilation. And if she fails, the Battle of Lakshmibai may be the first shot in a new interstellar war.

©2013 Christopher G. Nuttall (P)2015 Podium Publishing

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A fine story

The story went well, covering the topic of diplomacy. Many of the characters we've been following from previous novels were put through tests and trials and some of the characters developed in new and different directions. Well worth the credit.

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Good but not the best

Found this one to be quite slow sadly the depth of the action waned compared to some of the others

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This is an excellent series.

This is a great series of books. And they just keep getting better.
Can't wait for the next book

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  • Jean
  • 28-04-2015

Gripping

I have enjoyed reading this series so far. Book six has us back with Stalker’s Stalker again. Nuttall is continuing to build most interesting characters. The bad guys are really bad like in the old B movies of the 1950s. Nuttall kept the story about the characters and doesn’t wander off into lots of techno babble but he does get hung up repeating his fall of the Empire causes.

The story is fast paced with lots of action. I was surprised the author killed off one of the original favorite characters.

Nuttall has the Commonwealth of Avalon expanding into interstellar space making contacts with other successor states. The leaders of Avalon and Col. Edward Stalker agree to a diplomatic meeting with a nearby world on Lakshmibai a neutral world. The Lakshmibai’s government hates off- worlders and saw a chance to rid itself of hated intruders. Jasmine Yamane must lead an untrained army on a race to the Capital City to save the diplomats from annihilation. There is lots of fighting in this book, I think maybe over three fourths the book is the rescue fighting.

Jeffrey Kafer has done a good job narrating the series.

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  • Ryan
  • 28-04-2015

Back to the main story

This series seems to be jumping all over the place with the different stories lines. Book 5 tied back into the main story at the end and I was hoping this would build from there.......but it didn't. This book is a continuance of what I call the "Main Story" which to me revolves around Col Stalker and his marines. It deals with high tech vs. low tech battles in which the low tech side has unlimited resources.

I can't wait to see where Christopher Nuttall is going with this series.

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  • Joseph
  • 12-11-2018

One of the best in the series

All the series is good but this was one of the better ones. The ending is a bit predictable though.

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  • KAG
  • 04-08-2017

Starting to be the same thing over and over

I think I need to maybe give this series a rest. I keep hoping for something new but keep buying something repetitive and old.......my fault. I like the writer and performer.

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  • Matt and Kat
  • 17-07-2017

a bit repetitive but still a good story line.

The story line is a rather repetitive one, if you read book 5 and it feels like a political science lecture more than a book. on the other hand it rings far too close to our earth as we live now.

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  • Bill
  • 13-06-2016

Not bad

Although I'm am tired or all the scowling and inward wincing that's always going on, I live the characters and the story. Not prose but good reading.

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  • Mark T
  • 22-02-2016

Tipping Point in the Series - I'm Done

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I like Chris Nuttall, at least the first several books in his various series. But with the Corp series, I don't think I can take another one. To the Shores made no sense, and had no theme other than death and destruction. The series seems to be on auto-pilot, and it's just not worth listening to. Some of the (incredibly repetitive) dialogue is downright painful.

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  • Denee
  • 18-05-2015

loved it

The action in this book puts it at the top of my favorite of the series!

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  • NERDY GUY
  • 11-05-2015

Good but...

Love all the others and this story was good but felt a little rushed. But did he leave you wanting the next book!

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  • arnack
  • 11-05-2015

once a marine always a marine. Gotta love 'em.

Great to see all those you root for win. Hurts when we lose a great marine.

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  • Martyn. R. Winters
  • 10-07-2018

Not that good

I got the feeling from this novel that Nuttall is running out of ideas. It's pretty poor stuff and plods through a dreadful linear plot that failed to interest me on any level. I finished it, but it was a struggle.

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  • Poppey
  • 02-03-2017

Scowling Mad!

Another good offering, if a little on the sad side when one of the characters gets blown up.

I think the over-use of the word “scowl” has really become quite irritating for the listener as the word seems to be used more and more as the book progresses. Not cool, hence only 3 stars. Less scowling, more stars.