The Federation has been betrayed from within.
They are called the Cult of Rae. They bow to the god-emperor of the Krai'kesh, creatures of claws, pincers, and endless malice.
As the war with the Krai'kesh heats up, the Federation is betrayed from within. Besieged on not two but three sides, Admiral Martin Rigsby and his fleet struggle to hold the line against both Krai'kesh and traitor fleets.
Marine Lieutenant Derek Jamison journeys with his Eternal allies to rescue an Eternal and pilot captured by a merchant house within the Commerce Sector. The race against time is on.
Federation pilot Kimberly Hague returns home, against her will, to an uncertain fate.
Agent Kimberly Hague and her allies travel to the Commerce Sector where they discover a far-reaching plot that could cost them their lives.
The Krai'kesh and their allies will not rest until the Federation is destroyed and their god-emperor's will is done. Now is the hour for the Federation's greatest heroes to rise...or fall. The Federation, and indeed all humanity, is counting on them.
What made the experience of listening to Ruin the most enjoyable?
Exciting - fast paced. What an adventure
What did you like best about this story?
This was an awesome book, with lots of action
Have you listened to any of Dan Carroll’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, He does a good job on the narration
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Great book, but the ending was inconclusive
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review