• Attack on Thebes

  • Orion War Series, Book 5
  • By: M. D. Cooper
  • Narrated by: Cris Dukehart
  • Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (172 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The drums of war thunder across the stars.... The final negotiations between the Silstrand Alliance and the Scipian Empire are complete, and it's time for Tanis and Sera to part ways.

Sera must return to Khardine, where new challenges await, and preprations for the march on Airtha begin. Meanwhile Tanis turns toward the Praesepe Cluster. There, a handfull of interstellar nations hold out against the encroaching Nietzschean Empire. Sera's Hand agents are certain that the Nietzscheans are backed by Orion, and Nadine is sent in ahead to connect with agents in Septhia before the I2 arrives.

Tanis and Bob have an additional goal. They want to learn more about the technology that Peter Rhoads used to control his fleet. Technology that had its origins in the former Genevian Alliance, and may still exist in a group of mercenaries known as the Marauders.

©2018 M. D. Cooper (P)2018 Tantor

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Enjoyed!

Felt I had no choice but to ingest this book as it was recommended by the author before continuing with "Rika's Marauders: The Complete Series", which is great by the way.
I'm glad I did! It certainly helped bridge the gap of knowledge presented in "Rika's Marauders:..." & it allowed a glimps into M.D. Cooper's entire Aeon 14 saga. Hard Science Fiction written with a solid understanding of physics, characters that draw you in, & a story line that keeps you guessing. Definitely worth the credits.

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Tanis finds more trouble

why is trouble always finds Tanis, no matter where she goes trouble finds here. But she is not the only one. her three daughters are also growing up and finding their own way of finding Trouble. A couple of old friends turn up with news as well. There is a lot going on in this book.

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Not my cup of tea

This seems to be a space odyssey that reads like a story born from the combination of “Real house wives” meet “sex in the city” but on a galactic scale. Since I did not like either show, this book was not for me. The Author also assumes the reader has full knowledge of the dozens of previous books and story offshoots

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Didn’t expect anything less

Book was amazing as always. Tanis is back in an extraordinary fashion. Definitely does not disappoint.

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Awesome story as always

Story is a seat grabber the whole way though. Upset about some of the old characters being killed off but look forward to to see where MD Cooper and his band of writers take us next.
Thanks as always for taking my imagination to new places.