Through the Nether Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Nether Ops works in shadows, and those shadows taint all they touch.
Soren Voss believes in the Republic. But when he puts a promising Navy career on hold to serve as a covert agent, he encounters truths that throw everything he knows into turmoil. After weeks in deep cover living life with ruthless gangs, Soren uncovers a stolen cache of weapons, a mysterious upgraded form of legionnaire armor, and a written oath of loyalty for someone named...Goth Sullus. The agent follows leads that bring him face-to-face with crooked legionnaires, slimy politicians, and a powerful smuggler and gunrunner named Scarpia.
Soren follows a darkening path to the heart of the Republic, and what he uncovers leaves him wondering not only if the Republic can be saved, but if he's even on the right side.
US Army veteran Richard Fox, author of the Ember War Saga, teams up with Anspach & Cole to deliver this thrilling stand-alone set in the aftermath of Galaxy's Edge: Kill Team!
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 12 minutes|
|Author||Richard Fox, Jason Anspach, Nick Cole|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 18, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #22,859 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#403 in Military Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#746 in Adventure Science Fiction
#1,863 in Military Science Fiction (Books)
Top reviews from the United States
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It is still a good story, but to me in making Soren more human and relatable, we lost some of the superhero elements that make a great character in these books. Soren feels like a hapless lover with no charisma and is a by the book guy, yet he works for Nether Ops which we all know has no book and no moral code.
It just seemed an odd pairing. I expected more out of this book because it was Nether Ops and instead I got less.
They cross a line.
This Mil-SciFi book takes you on the journey. The problem and best thing is you never really know until the very end when that last straw was placed on the camels back.
Soren is our main character, and he struggles with each and every mission, with orders, with alliances and always with himself as to what is good,right and true, and what is not.
The action is well paced. The writing is as tight as ever. the Galaxy;s Edge guys keep getting better and better.
This is what Star Wars should have been. This is what great pulp Mil Sci Fi looks like.
If you want to get spun up around the axle on hard science dont read. But if you want intergalactic swashbuckling adventure then this book, and these other related titles are for you. The fact that this one gets a little philosophical only adds to the allure of the series overall!! Now gimme season 2 already!
Overall I do recommend reading it as it is a fine edition to the GE universe and makes you love the House of Reason so much more.
Not sure if this would get a new reader/listener hooked on the series but it's a good fix for those who liked the core story and wanted more.
Top reviews from other countries
A hard lesson to learn, to take off the blinkers and see how it really is.
Fascinating stuff, emotional.