The war isn't going well. Wolfbane's forces are pressing the Commonwealth on multiple fronts, the Commonwealth's fragile political balance is on the verge of shattering, and there's a high-placed spy somewhere within the Commonwealth elite. For Colonel Edward Stalker and his men, the stakes have never been so high. Defeat will mean the end of everything they have fought and died for since their exile from Earth.
Held in a POW camp on Meridian, a world on the edge of settled space, Jasmine Yamane and her men seem trapped. But one thing she was never taught was how to give up. She's coming home, even if she has to burn her way through enemy space to do it....
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"I can't get enough of this series!"
This is one of my favorite scifi military series. Mr Nuttall and Kafer make a great combination of narrator and writer.
The books were coming at a good pace a few months back, I hope that you guys return to that pace.
it is a great series and I enjoy a lot I love how he is bringing characters alive in one book then bringing them together later in others I can't wait for the next one
This is book ten in the Empire Corps Series. The war is not going well for the Commonwealth. Wolfhane’s forces are pressing on all fronts. The Commonwealth realizes they have a high placed spy in their midst. Brigadier General Jasmine Yamane, who is my favorite character in the series, is being held prisoner in a POW camp on the plant Meridian.
This book picks right up where the prior book “Retreat Hell” stopped. Stalker is pursuing the spy, with the help of Kitty, the head of Intelligence. I am becoming fascinated with Kitty and her sneaky methods. Jasmine and the men captured with her are attempting to escape the POW camp and return to the Commonwealth. Jasmine rescues about a 1000 people from the POW camp and manages to arrange their transportation to Avalon.
The book is well written, the pace is fast and the suspense builds throughout the story. Nuttall continues to develop the characters. Nuttall is improving as a writer with each book he completes. Jeffrey Kafer does an excellent job narrating the story.
"Good thing its fantacy"
I've been loving the series and enjoy the dystopic view...just glad it is fiction.
More Trade Union!
"best contemporary military sci-fi"
best military sci-fi for the moment. vaughn heppner doesn't even come close. no childish characters to ruin an otherwise great story
I was a little frustrated with this series of books in the beginning due to the author bouncing from one storyline to another. But now that some of the different storylines are coming together I'm appreciating the series more.
I hope to see more of the different threads coming together and I'm curious on what does become of the Marines in this new universe without the empire.
"Solid military scifi"
If you want a serious book based in Marine theology, this book is for you.
"I wonder if this kind of future is possible"
I can see myself fighting alongside of these Warriors for the future of the human race and democracy
"Another great installment."
This series is great military sci-fi, and if you've read it this far you'll like this one too.
"Another excellent addition to the series..."
This is one series that I have listened to more than once.
Both the author and narrator are a great match.
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