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The Expanse meets The Godfather in the third volume of The SynCorp Saga: Empire Earth, a series of space opera/noir thrillers about corporate greed, rebellion, and mankind’s survival among the stars. 

The final battle for SynCorp’s survival comes home to where it all began: Earth. 

Masada Station is secured. Adriana Rabh, Regent of Callisto, has evaded capture. But Cassandra is about to put Tony Taulke, the CEO and living symbol of SynCorp itself, on trial for his life. 

Ruben Qinlao leaps into action to free Tony, while Stacks Fischer escorts Bekah Franklin to the Moon to complete Project Jericho - key to defeating Cassandra. Meanwhile, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 13-year-old Benjy Anderson faces the toughest moment of his young life as his mother falls victim to Dreamscape’s addictive seduction. But then he catches a conqueror's golden eye... 

SynCorp and the SSR prepare for a bloody engagement above Earth, mankind's birthplace and the seat of the largest corporate empire in history. Who will live? Who will die? What fate awaits humanity when the dust of battle clears?

©2018 Hip Phoenix Publishing (P)2020 Aethon Audio

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Amazing finish to a series!!!

Stacks Fisher is the man!!!! Things change, but still remain the same! This was a great finish to a great series!!!

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Satisfying conclusion!

Happy to have a series that actually satisfies. Bronson Pinchot is a great narrator and I dug the chemistry between the authors.

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Better

This series is much better than Titan Born. Much more logical and easy to follow

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When can I get the next book in this series?

I also listened to and thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this series. This one continues the saga of the conflict between SynCorp's continued greed and the people's rebellion against the corporation's heavy-handed efforts to control the masses and squash the rebellion. It has well developed characters and lots of action. It's not difficult for me to read a bit (perhaps more)of social commentary between the lines. The narration is also excellent. The nine hours it takes to listen to this book seemed to fly by. I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for my honest opinion.

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  • 06-27-20

*SPOILER ALERT - Discusses conclusion in abstract*

Really left with a split opinion to the conclusion of this trilogy: the characterisation is still really good, after the slow start of the first book; the set pieces are really well paced; the narrator really does some great work with the different affectations he puts on; how everything is tied up fits really well with the situations that arise; the actual outcome for the solar system, as a whole, really sucks. There are some improvements indicated, for those living at the bottom of the pile, but after all of the struggles that everyone goes through you kind of hope that there would be a big sea change; on the other hand, it is, honestly, probably more realistic that things ended up with a "Devil you know" scenario. So, whilst I really enjoyed it, I was left unsatisfied. I can, however, only really put that down to my personal expectations.