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Commander Titus Barnes struggles to save his ship.

War brews on the horizon and the crew of the TCN Triton get caught in the middle. When they answer a distress call from one of their colonies on the edge of their space, they end up outmatched and outgunned by an unknown force. This conflict may well push humanity into a new age...or spell the beginning of the end for their race.

Meanwhile, two archaeologists work to uncover evidence of alien life on a far off planet. As they make what might be the biggest discovery of the human race, their activities trigger an alert, drawing dangerous forces to investigate. Cut off from any quick help and on their own, they must use every trick at their disposal to stay alive.

©2020 John Walker (P)2020 John Walker

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  • 19-01-2021

Fairly typical space opera

If the SciFi space opera sub-genre were new to me, I'm sure I would have given it higher marks. As I've listened to many novels of that genre, this one did not stand out as all that unique. Without giving too much away in spoilers, let me just say that for those who are either new or not too familiar space opera novels, this book may be more appreciated than my review.

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