It was supposed to be a desperate suicide mission, a holding action designed to delay a deadly enemy bent on destroying humanity: five starships sent to their doom, thousands of men and women knowingly laying down their lives to buy time for the besieged human race. And then things got really hairy.
Tristan, a highly trained shock marine, wakes up after the trip to find that nothing works: not his equipment, not his ship, not even his body....
He joins the race against time to bring their equipment back up to fighting trim, begin to understand what has happened to them, and unravel the layers of confusion and betrayal. But the enemy waiting for them doesn't care about any of that. They just want to destroy the human incursion as quickly as possible.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- 23 05 2018
This might have been a good book, but I will never know as the narration killed this book dead. Cardboard does not even begin to describe how bad the narration was.
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