• The Scipio Alliance

  • Orion War Series, Book 4
  • By: M. D. Cooper
  • Narrated by: Cris Dukehart
  • Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (198 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Battle for New Canaan is over, but the war has just begun....

Tanis and Sera have taken the I2 to Khardine, the new capital of the Transcend, and must now travel to the Inner Stars and meet with Scipian Empress, Diana - who they hope will be an ally to the Transcend.

With the Trisilieds Kingdom, the Hegemony of Worlds, and the Nietzschean Empire all aligned with the Orion Guard - not to mention a civil war brewing in the Transcend - they will need all the help they can get to secure the Inner Stars.

But Empress Diana has her own plans for the Inner Stars, and while they may dovetail with the Transcend's for now, they may not always do so....

©2017 M. D. Cooper (P)2018 Tantor

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way too short

This book should have been twice as long. it feels unnecesarily dense, as if whole side-stories have been cut out

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And the plot thickens.

The complications just keep on coming. Enemies multiply, the bad guys become good guys, and everything becomes complicated. The battles become more predictable but are still entertaining. There is so much happening that the books start seeming to short to the reader in-me. It is reaching a point that there are so many characters maintaining an awareness of who is who and how they relate to each other is getting lost. . It is still enjoyable but reaching a point where it is potentially just chaotic.

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