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Earth has fallen. The Core Worlds have collapsed into chaos.

War is breaking out everywhere as planetary governments declare independence, entire sectors slip out of contact, and warlords battle for power. The remnants of the once-great Empire are tearing themselves apart. And in the shadows, the Terran Marine Corps works to save what little they can to preserve civilization and build a better tomorrow. But now they might have met their match.

The marines have beaten off a desperate attempt by the corporate worlds to recover Hameau, but the war is very far from over. The corprats remain powerful, gathering their strength to resume the offensive, locate the marines, and impose their society on the ruins of empire. To stop them, the marines will have to stake everything on a desperate gamble to tear out the heart of the enemy empire and slay the fascist beast in its lair.

But the enemy are equally desperate to win....

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Always fun

This series is always enjoyable, I look forward to seeing how everything plays out.

Keep them coming!

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And yet... But... And yet... But...

I really like this series, however the "and yet" and "but" were out of control.

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Not worth the price or my time.

Nuttall needs to end this. The "books" are beginning to sound alike. Dusted off former stories, re writes and submitted for some extra cash. I get it. But, this was my last purchase. The first part of the series was pretty good. The rest are cash cows. Just my opinion. As it was MY money to buy it!

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A glorious yet grounded future war

The halls of Montezuma Felt right as a depiction of war in the future. The entire series has been practical and incredibly well written. Exhilarating also.

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A touch of Today’s reality

It is book 18, and it was interesting to have a futuristic story that ties today’s concepts into it. If you don't know about capitalism, well, it is alive and well in the future. Again, strangely enough, the misguidedness of today's corporate empire and governmental system is borough together well; they mirror our current anomaly.

I look forward to the next few books.

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Thanks

I love this series please keep them coming they are great. I love how large scale this series has become at the multiple story avenues it has explored. I’m so excited to have them begin to enter twine but each other sometime in the future

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  • Craig Leventhal (Rosedale House)
  • 04-29-22

Repetitive, Repetitive, Repetitive

Having started to listen to all the Empires Corps books again I started to get annoyed by the number of times cliches are repeated. In this instalment I think Nuttall may have used some computer software to write a novel. In some internal monologues, which are literally every 20 seconds, the same cliches are repeated twice. I really wanted to enjoy this book in order to find out how Prince Rolland gets on in the next book. Unfortunately I bought the two at the same time so will listen to the next book but wouldn’t have based on this one. It’s like white noise! SCOWL!!!