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Summary

The Union of Humanity exists only because the aliens demanded it. After a hundred different treaties and countless broken promises, mankind's powerful neighbors forced humanity into a common defense and a single diplomatic voice. Yet within the Union's borders, the human race is as fractious as ever. When the star system of Archangel is invaded by the three greatest corporations in human space, the Union is powerless to intervene.

Corporal Alicia Wong thrives on the front lines. She doesn't like the war, but she likes the challenges and the clear-cut goals. She likes knowing who her friends and enemies are, too. Yet after uncovering evidence of alien contact in violation of Union laws, Alicia finds herself in a world of espionage and covert missions. Before it's all over, her choices may change the course of Archangel's war - and humanity's future.

©2017 Elliott Kay (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Rick Simons
  • 09-12-17

Warning!

This is not book 4 in the series. Tanner Malone is nowhere to be found. This is another of those in the universe of type stories. Having said that I like the writing of Elliot Kay and I like Tess's narration. This is a good work but it is misleading because you expect a continuation of the Tanner Malone story arc.

So if you're looking for a good story buy this. If you're looking for a continuation of the Tanner Malone story this is not it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-02-18

2.5 in the series

timeline seems to be after book 2 but before book three. good addition to the series hard to go wrong with the gunny on your team

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  • Lee M Bowen
  • 27-11-17

Worst of the series

This book seem to be a stand alone or maybe a spend off of the series. The narrator is difference and the lead vanish after the first chapter. Bring back Malone the lead and the old narrator. Its not a bad book just didn't expect the lead to not be in the book.Never change Narrator four books into the series unless a death or illness happen to the narrator.

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  • Spencer Watkins
  • 28-06-18

Great addition to the Poor Man's Fight series

Elliot Kay writes some of my favorite SciFi and this addition to the Poor Man's Fight series featuring Corporal Wong was no exception. I highly recommend it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-06-18

Interesting change

This book follows a different character than the previous book. Initially it was a bit of a metal gear mismatch as this book is narrated by a lady. She does a good job, but after following previously with the male main character it was off putting initially. Once you get the character you get the change of voice actors. Just initially it was bothering me. Why the change? However it makes sense shortly into the book.

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  • Brian McNutt
  • 22-05-18

Oh so boring<br />

for starters, I could listen to Tess read the phone book. She has such a beautiful voice that it doesn't really matter when she mispronounces words. Sorry editors should catch that.
Overall, the story is just boring! I'd return it, but contrary to advertised policy, Audible restricts returns by making the listener call the customer service number if you exchange more than they want you to! Suck it Audible! this is my last book!

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  • Cory
  • 01-01-18

disappointment and I missed opportunity

this should not be classed as book for but book 2 ..0 this book is more about events that happen throughout the other books and amor accurate to say that this is a exercising character building I just know more about the different people involved who wrote the books

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  • Amazon Customer Curtis Wright.
  • 15-11-17

Just a bit different

where Tanner Malone is normally the central character of the story. Corporal Wong is the stories main character.
Also a new narrator is used so the dialects of some of the series other important story characters have changed.
Tress Irondale did a good job but at first the audible story was hard for me to fully engage my self into it.
Then again that's probably just me.

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  • 08-11-17

good but predictable

I like it but it is just a long vignette for the poor man's series.