By Jack Campbell
Retail ePub. e-book 1 of a continual sub-series within the misplaced Fleet Universe.
Jack Campbell’s The misplaced Fleet sequence grants “military technology fiction at its best”* in each action-packed experience. Now the [i]New York Times bestselling writer places the Alliance fleet’s enemy within the highlight because the humans of the Syndicate Worlds try and rebuild their lives after Admiral John “Black Jack” Geary defeated them… [/i]
The authority of the Syndicate Worlds’ govt is crumbling. Civil struggle and uprising are breaking out in lots of big name platforms regardless of the Syndic government’s brutal makes an attempt to suppress ailment. halfway is a type of megastar platforms, and leaders there needs to come to a decision even if to stay dependable to the outdated order or struggle for anything new.
CEO Artur Drakon has been betrayed. The Syndic executive didn't shield its voters from either the Alliance and the alien enigmas. With a cadre of unswerving squaddies less than his command, Drakon launches a conflict for regulate of the halfway celebrity System—assisted via an best friend he’s not sure he can trust…
CEO Gwen Iceni used to be exiled to halfway simply because she wasn’t ruthless sufficient within the eyes of her superiors. She’s made them remorse their evaluation via commandeering a few of the warships at halfway and attacking the remainder ships nonetheless unswerving to the Syndicate empire. Iceni proclaims independence for the halfway famous person approach on behalf of the folk whereas staying dependable as “President.” yet whereas she controls the cellular fleet, she has no selection yet to depend upon “General” Drakon’s floor forces to maintain the peace planet-side…
If their coup is to prevail, Drakon and Iceni needs to positioned their modifications apart to avoid the inhabitants of halfway from emerging up in uprising opposed to them, to shield halfway opposed to the alien probability of the enigma race—and to ferret out saboteurs decided to reestablish Syndic rule…
*Catherine Asaro, Nebula Award–winning writer of Carnelians