Admiral Geary’s First Fleet of the Alliance has survived the journey deep into unexplored interstellar space, a voyage that led to the discovery of new alien species, including a new enemy and a possible ally. Now Geary’s mission is to ensure the safety of the Midway Star System, which has... show more
Admiral Geary’s First Fleet of the Alliance has survived the journey deep into unexplored interstellar space, a voyage that led to the discovery of new alien species, including a new enemy and a possible ally. Now Geary’s mission is to ensure the safety of the Midway Star System, which has revolted against the Syndicate Worlds empire—an empire that is on the brink of collapse.
To complicate matters further, Geary also needs to return safely to Alliance space not only with representatives of the Dancers, an alien species, but also with Invincible, a captured warship that could possibly be the most valuable object in human history. Despite the peace treaty that Geary must adhere to at all costs, the Syndicate Worlds regime threatens to make the fleet’s journey back grueling and perilous.
And even if Geary escorts Invincible and the Dancers’ representatives safely unharmed, the Syndics’ attempts to spread dissent and political unrest may have already sown the seeds of the Alliance’s destruction..
Publish date: 2013-05-07
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier (#3)
I enjoyed all the twists and turns in the story, despite the fact that this was a bit of a slow read for me. I love the Dancers. They rock the story. Definitely becoming hooked on this series.Reviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com.
At this point in the game, you're either reading this series because you love it anyway, or you're a sick twisted person who has some real issues with self-punishment. Thankfully, I love this series :D Really not a lot to say. More of the same. Which is good as far as I'm concerned. Just wish I ...
Lots more political intrigue, a first visit to Earth, a new chapter of humanity? Interesting.
About a year ago when I had read the previous book in the Beyond The Frontier series by Jack Campbell I was a little bit disappointed. I thought that the author didn’t really have any new ideas but just got bogged down more and more in (bad) politics, deceit and backstabbing a’la cheap soap opera. S...