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Led by Jess Tolvern aboard HMS Blackbeard, a battered allied fleet has kept Apex bottled up in the Persia System as Tolvern awaits desperately needed reinforcements. But when a brutal enemy push breaks a harvester ship free of Persia, and she discovers the extent of Apex war preparations, it becomes clear that only the combined might of Albion, Hroom, Scandian, and Singaporean forces have a chance of defeating the enemy once and for all.

The gathering allied fleet boasts more than 200 warships, the largest armada ever assembled. Arrayed against them is the most powerful and deadly threat humans and Hroom have ever faced. If the enemy cannot be defeated here and now, nothing will prevent the triumph of Apex and the extermination of all civilized people.

Sun King is the third and final book of the Void Queen Trilogy.

©2017 Michael Wallace (P)2017 Michael Wallace

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frustrating...

If you like all battle all the time, this is the book for you! I don't. The first half of the book was a seemingly never ending battle with multiple ships destroyed and the fight was clearly hopeless. Then...something happens to save the day. There's a short reprieve while everyone talks about the last or the upcoming battle and then the second half starts. The second half of the book was a seemingly never ending battle with multiple ships destroyed and the fight was clearly hopeless. Then...something happens to save the day. At the end you get another round of people talking about the battle and planning for the next big thing. Storylines are tied up and "the end." Wrap all of that in triumphant and pretentious music and you have book 3.