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Once, the Ibarras saved Earth and all of humanity from utter destruction. Now they are fugitives and traitors hunted by the Terran Union's mightiest warriors.

After fleeing with a stolen armada, the Ibarra family have finally emerged from hiding and are scouring the galaxy for an ancient alien legacy, destroying any who get in their way. For armor soldier Roland Shaw, the call to put down the Ibarra mutiny is a bitter task as he and the Iron Dragoons come face to face with the Ibarras in order to discover if they are truly their friends or their most deadly foe.

The Ibarra Sanction is the second book in Richard Fox's Terran Armor Corps series, a military sci-fi space opera and sequel to the 2017 Dragon Award-nominated novel Iron Dragoons. Listen to this action-packed novel and brace yourself for the revelations that will change Roland's world forever!

©2017 Richard Fox; 2017 Podium Publishing

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Great addition to the series, keep them coming

Can’t wait for the next one, Fox has built a great universe loaded with enjoyable characters. When Fox and Luke Daniels team up they deliver fun fast paced (and funny) Science Fiction. My only complaint is the length, I really wanted more

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Really enjoying the writer, and actor inflection.

A flawless continuation of the epic. Love this authors creativity and innovation. The posibilities are explored, but the reader is allowed to see the entire spectrum of details.

This is good Sci-fi.

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Excellent!

This story really grows on you and Luke Daniels is an extremely talented, amazing narrator!

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Great Book

Loved it! another great addition to the story. I can't wait for the next installment of the series.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Too short

I buy a lot of books here, some of them are like 20 hours long or more. I didn’t notice how shorts this book was before I purchased it or I wouldn’t house. It makes me feel like I got ripped off. His other books aren’t that shortAnd I just gave a review of how much I enjoyed his works before this one.

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  • Elliot
  • Tampa, Florida, United States
  • 11-29-17

Excellent as always, but why so short?!!

This is probably one of the most interesting and exciting of the books out of the two series. Lots of development for characters from both the Ember War and the Terran Armor Corps. It definitely seems like Richard Fox is preparing for a whole new saga with what we are introduced to here, and I hope I'm not wrong. The quasi-twist at the end definitely gave me some chills. I just wish it wasn't such a short book! I suppose there is something to be said for quality over quantity. But so much could have been hashed out with all of the new plot elements introduced. I'm just bummed that I have to wait another few months for the next edition, I guess.

Luke Daniels is 100% perfect as always.

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too short...

love the universe created by Fox and the performance, but too short... the full ember wars cost me around $180 because it was chopped into 9 short books. not sure i will continue the investment.

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Why so short?

Another great book in the Ember War saga however these books are about half as long and the the same price as others. I feel like I’m getting ripped off every time I buy one.

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Too short.

these are great stories but too much money for the length. not worth an entire credit that could get me three times the use.

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  • MEJP
  • 11-29-17

I can just eat these books up

I felt it was too short to start with the story was good but just too short.
voice acting from Daniel's was as good as usual.
All the books seem to chain quite well with each other. I like that the iron dragoons ties into this book. so is a must to listen to before this one. we will not know who the main characters are.

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  • James Trimble
  • 11-21-17

A good yarn, delivered

The first two books could have been combined into one. Still a fun wee read though. As like the ember war none of the individual books are that great but as a whole they do produce a decent story. Works well as a filer series between books you really enjoy.