The clock is ticking in the struggle for galactic independence
Once rebels themselves facing off against the Earth Confederation, the United States of North America is now the dominant force in negotiations with the interstellar Sh'daar Collective. But just as the marines root out the last violent dissenters, an alien ship of unknown origin suddenly flees Earth's orbit. Is it mere coincidence... or a terrifying omen?
President Alexander Koenig watches with great interest as USNA forces chase the runaways down. But upon first contact, it's not apparent where - or when - the crew is headed. For this bizarre species has somehow mastered the power to manipulate time itself. Now Koenig must decide whether he's dealing with angels of astonishing technological prowess... or the agents of humanity's destruction.
©2015 William H. Keith, Jr. (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
I live in a small town in Texas with my Wife, Daughter, and my fantastic Granddaughter who is 6 years old. We love all the Power Rangers.
This book was okay but lacked the spark that the other books had. It's still a good read just hope there are many more books to the series.
This book has a quick fix ending that puts you right back where you started at the end of book 3. Just felt like more and more of the same story. Some interesting space battles, but that's it.
Ian Douglas is my favorite sci-fi author. I think this would have been a better story with less time on Earth in the beginning. I hope there is a book 6!
I just love how the author integrates real science within the context of sci-fi. Not only is it entertaining but also informative and educational. Just the way I like.
Too much repetition in descriptions...this is the four or fifth in the series there is no need to continually try to introduce the reader to concepts from the earlier books. Also too much physics explanations verse expanded dialogue and character development.
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