The Stunning Conclusion to Jay Allan's Crimson Worlds Refugees Trilogy!
The Final Struggle...
A battered group of human ships, fighting for survival, fleeing deeper into the far unknown, pursued by the deadly forces of the genocidal artificial intelligence known as the Regent. A legendary commander, the man who has saved his people time and time again, struggling to lead the fleet ever forward, fighting through every attack the enemy throws at them.
A hidden world, a remote refuge prepared millennia ago, holding the promise of a new future - if the fleet can reach it and hold it against the Regent's relentless attacks.
Admiral Terrance Compton and his lost fleet battle their way forward, striving to reach the end of their great journey. They will fight with all the strength and power that remains in them, standing firm, resolute against all the force the Regent hurls at them. But their destiny is no longer in their hands. In the end the fleet's survival rests on the courage and strength of a tiny force of marines and a desperate mission - one that will lead this group of warriors right through the enemy's thickest defenses, to the very heart of the enemy's domains, the ancient home world of the First Imperium...and the inner sanctum of the Regent itself.
The action-packed conclusion to the Crimson Worlds Refugees series!
©2016 Jay Allan Books Inc. (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Few! Finally finished. Yes I enjoyed. I did find myself dreading any battle since the same phrases and concepts were simply trotted-out every. single. time -- and for a series with lots of battles, that was really often.
A reasonably satisfying resolution.
what a wild ride of emotions during the reading and listening of this audio book.
I take it by the ending that there will be a book 4 down the road.
I don't like the narrator. His speech is to wet sounding and monotonous. That's the only way I can think to describe it. The story is pretty good but a little to over the top at times when describing the hero's of the story. Sometimes less truly is more. You don't have to tell me 20 times how great the hero is. This is one of the few books I've ever skipped chapters on just to get to the end of all the blah,blah,blah.....
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