Babylon's Ashes (The Expanse)
The sixth novel in James S. A. Corey's New York Times bestselling Expanse series--now a major television series!A revolution brewing for generations has begun in fire. It will end in blood. The Free Navy - a violent group of Belters in black-market military ships - has crippled the Earth and... show more
The sixth novel in James S. A. Corey's New York Times bestselling Expanse series--now a major television series!A revolution brewing for generations has begun in fire. It will end in blood. The Free Navy - a violent group of Belters in black-market military ships - has crippled the Earth and begun a campaign of piracy and violence among the outer planets. The colony ships heading for the thousand new worlds on the far side of the alien ring gates are easy prey, and no single navy remains strong enough to protect them. James Holden and his crew know the strengths and weaknesses of this new force better than anyone. Outnumbered and outgunned, the embattled remnants of the old political powers call on the Rocinante for a desperate mission to reach Medina Station at the heart of the gate network. But the new alliances are as flawed as the old, and the struggle for power has only just begun.The Expanse Leviathan WakesCaliban's WarAbaddon's GateCibola BurnNemesis GamesBabylon's AshesThe Expanse Short Fiction The Butcher of Anderson StationGods of RiskThe ChurnThe Vital Abyss
Publish date: 2017-10-24
Pages no: 576
Edition language: English
Series: Expanse (#6)
Woo! Polyamourous Space Pirate Queen! This is the best book since the second in the series. It's also one of the few books in the series that isn't plotted around imprisoning a female character - the last one managed to have two different women go missing. And it fixes my only issue with the third...
This one hit all the highlights we have come to expect from an Expanse story, characters, great action, and plenty of suspense. This one includes the conclusion of Earth/Belter war started in Nemesis Games and you should just strap yourself in for the ride. Jefferson Mays again does an excellent jo...