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Message for the Dead (Galaxy's Edge Book 8) Kindle Edition
Survive the Future.
As Legion Commander Keller attempts to coax the Republic and Black Fleet into a winner-take-all battle at the heart of the Galactic Core, Wraith uncovers secrets from Tyrus Rechs’s past. Determined to liberate his crew from the clutches of a dormant fleet controlled by a hostile AI, the soldier-turned-rogue comes face to face with the galaxy’s greatest threat.
Meanwhile, Chhun and Kill Team Victory find themselves taking on new roles inside the Legion, and the fight for control of the Galactic Republic hits its zenith with the arrival of the malevolent Cybar.
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Hold on, you’re about to make the jump to light-speed in Galaxy’s Edge.
Leap into a living universe of war’s heroes knee-deep in dark intrigues, blasters and bots in blind alley combat, and scoundrel captains looking to coax one more smuggling run out of their broken-down freighters.
Each book in the Galaxy's Edge series is an essential piece of an interconnected whole. Fight alongside Lieutenant Chhun and Victory Company through the deserts of Kublar in Legionnaire. Join the roguish Captain Keel and notorious bounty hunter Tyrus Rechs as they chase the same target in Galactic Outlaws. Continue to Kill Team to see how all these characters find their place on the galactic stage together, along with Legion Commander Keller, Dark Ops, and the mysterious secret agent X... then brace for a civil war initiated by the enigmatic Goth Sullus in Attack of Shadows.
And that's only the beginning.
Galaxy's Edge Part I
Narrated by award-winner R.C. Bray, Galaxy's Edge Part I combines the first two books of the series (Legionnaire & Galactic Outlaws) into one riveting listening experience.
Galaxy's Edge Part II
Part II consists of Kill Team and Attack of Shadows, with R.C. Bray delivering another commanding performance!
Galaxy's Edge Part III
Part III continues to provide listeners two books per volume, capturing the moment when the series begins to thread all portions together: Sword of the Legion & Prisoners of Darkness.
A Self-Contained and Expansive Universe!
Galaxy's Edge Season One
The primary story arc detailing how the legionnaires of Victory Company found themselves at the center of a galactic-wide crisis more sinister, violent, and underhanded than they could possibly imagine!
Tyrus Rechs: Contracts & Terminations
A series of action-adventure thrillers following the Galaxy's most notorious bounty hunter, Tyrus Rechs. This series sheds more light on Rechs's place in the galaxy, and the events leading up to the Battle of Kublar.
Galaxy's Edge is rich in its own history, with virtually every character having a detailed back story, just waiting to be told.
Imperator tells the origins of Goth Sullus, the would-be ruler of the Republic.
Tin Man provides a touching tale of a repurposed war bot.
More to come!
The galaxy is a dumpster fire, and that fire still burns! Still scheduled for release are series detailing the SAVAGE WARS, Kill Team Victory, Wraith's Dark Ops Mission, The Order of the Centurion winners and more!
About the Author
- ASIN : B07C33BB7D
- Publisher : Galaxy's Edge Press (April 25, 2018)
- Publication date : April 25, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1667 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 470 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0996555978
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #28,415 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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One Ring to Bring them All
And in the Darkness bind Them
Well as per GoT nearly everyone’s dead. It was really funny when Goth Sullus walked in to face the mechanical Eye of Sauron wielding his lightsaber (sorry, cutting torch) and finding the One Ring.
Again a lot of plot elements don’t seem to go anywhere. What happened to General Nero? Timelines seem a bit more coherent but still there seems some jumping around.
And the authors just seem to be pulling plot devices popular books and stories and just ramming them into theirs. The amount of ideas pulled from Starwars is obvious. But this book had Lord of the Rings written into it.
I really want to see if in the next book Prisma flys in on her broomstick to take out Sullus in a one on one wand fight.
At last, the conflict for the future of the galaxy that has been building since the first book comes to a head. Yes, there's a victory, but one that can only be called Pyrrhic, and that's hardly a spoiler if you've been reading this far. The Black Fleet of Goth Sullus goes head-to-head with the Legion and Republic forces, while Cybar the mad AI makes its play for the destruction of all biological life.
There's heroism and there's loss. The Legion, despite finally invoking Article 19, is still in a hopeless fight. The Republic-appointed Admiral Landoo rises to the occasion. Keel risks all for his crew, and the tragedy of Goth Sullus ends at the place where all good intentions end.
But it ends the only way it can end, and with all of the secrets and conspiracies behind the scenes are revealed, all that's left is the need to know what happens next.
NOTE: you should definitely read the first Order of the Centurion book right after this one, before you read #9 - trust me!
The story is good and it will continue, unexpectedly for me, and I would recommend it for space opera fans.
Top reviews from other countries
The Legion want the House of Reason gone, but to do that, they have to win not just against the House, but also the Black Fleet and Goth Sullus. Wraith is trying to rescue his crew from the Cybar, the maniacal robot AI that has control of the most powerful ship in the Universe. And Kill Team Victory are just trying to survive a snatch and grab mission to rescue more Leejes. The action never stops in this wild ride across the galaxy, as it slowly but steadily goes up in flames. Things are coming to a head, and not everyone will survive the final battle, but every Leej knows, you just have to KTF.