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Prisoners of Darkness (Galaxy's Edge Book 6) Kindle Edition
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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!
- ASIN : B078HQBTPQ
- Publisher : Galaxy's Edge Press (December 19, 2017)
- Publication date : December 19, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 2286 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 338 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,193 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Thanks to the authors for more great entertainment!
Now, ff your anything like me you have dozens of must read books on your kindle or on your shelves or both, It doesn't matter... the Galactic Edge books are simply on the cutting edge of great storytelling and innovative world building on an Assimovian scale. They demand to be read first as the Galaxy they built slides ever deeper into chaos, war, intrigue, betrayal, revolution and possibly a life extinction event for all biological forms of life (is there any other?) in the Galaxy. But what's driving all this? Where is it originating from? And Why?
Great characters populate this series - especially in The Legion. But also the pirates, mercenaries, charlatans, scheming politicians, robots, AI's, a little girl, beautiful aliens, a murderous genocidal race of donkey type beings, spies, slave runners, holobots, rebels and rebel Generals, monsters of many types and so many more are weaved deftly into a story where you cannot safely predict what will happen next. All you can do is wait for the next book in the series and try to hold on.
The authors are planning 9 books in this series. With everything going on in this storyline.... I think they can go for many, many more. And I hope they do! I am clearly a Prisoner of this series and I don't want to be rescued....
Either man could be called a hero, and in fact they both receive a commendation, the Order of the Centurion, normally awarded posthumously. Yet, they slowly realize that they no longer really know each other. Chhun has stayed on the well-trodden path, rising through the ranks of the Legion, doing his best to do his duty. Ford, as the deep-cover agent Aeson Keel, has spent so long playing the rogue that he has simply become one. Each one of them is a good man, yet they make each other extremely uncomfortable.
For the most part, they do both want the same things. Ford, as Keel, has developed quite a mercenary streak, but is still more loyal than the part he plays. Time and circumstances have created attachments to different things, which serve to pull the former comrades apart, but I'm guessing they will find they need each other again at some point.
Because the galaxy is falling apart. What looked like the Galactic Republic versus Goth Sullus' Empire is devolving into factions within each bloc jockeying for position, with a still unknown outside force manipulating events from a hidden redoubt. Two sides will rapidly become three or four simultaneously contesting for control of the galaxy.
And some fool gave the donkeys jetpacks. That's at least as bad of an idea as giving missiles AI.
Victory Company must again step outside the law, to save their comrade and commander.
Meanwhile, more players are arising. In despiration, the Republic bearucrats have activated their secret weapon: a fully-automated fleet, operated by an experimental AI based on anicent alien technology. Unbeknownst to its creators, an AI that has gone insane and view all biological life as viable targets.
And to make matters worse, the fantatical Zhee see the opportunity to extend their claim on the fraying galaxy.
Prisoners of Darkness functions as a fine bridge or transition novel. While the main thrust of the plot is the raid on this hellish prison, the authors take the opportuntiy to lay the groundwork of several new subplots and advance others.
Finally, the book is worth reading for the chapter dealing with the Zhee alone. The authors do an amazing job fleshing out this ancient and virtuous culture, eager to share that culture with the wider galaxy, and I'm certain readers will enjoy seeing the leaders of the Republic partake in their ways.
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The chess pieces are being moved around the board. Who knows just WHAT the next move is going to be??