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Cassandra’s War

SynCorp Saga Series, Book 2
Narrated by: David Drummond
Series: SynCorp Saga Series, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
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David Bruns and Chris Pourteau present the second book in their SynCorp Saga series.

How do we fight the weather?

The Lazarus Protocol, the corporate plan to reengineer the Earth’s atmosphere, has failed. The mysterious Cassandra and her Neo zealots have weaponized the weather, Anthony Taulke is in jail, Ming Qinlao is on the run, and Colonel Graves is left to clean up the mess.

Meanwhile, we the people pay the price - in blood and treasure.

But the machinery of the corporation is not dead yet. As Anthony hatches a new scheme to undo the damage caused by the Lazarus Protocol, he makes new alliances and stabs old friends in the back. Flushed out of hiding, Ming Qinlao risks everything to reclaim her family name. And a war-weary William Graves is forced to choose between his duty and his conscience.

Edge-of-your-seat space battles. Cloak-and-dagger corporate intrigue. Heartbreaking stories of love and betrayal. Cassandra’s War is the second exciting chapter in the SynCorp Saga, the dark sci-fi series brought to you by the best-selling writing team of Bruns and Pourteau.

©2018 David Bruns and Chris Pourteau (P)2018 Tantor

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story has no ending needs a Next book unavailable

story has no ending needs a Next book unavailable in whispersync I hate that the book does not stand alone as a story

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