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Reckoning

The Ixan Prophecies Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
Series: The Ixan Prophecies Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
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Summary

The UHS Providence is restored to her former glory, with a fully reconstituted Air Group ready for war. But the Ixan fleet has grown far larger than anyone anticipated, and the onslaught has begun. As system after system is consumed, the Ixan Prophecies' terrifying nature is revealed.

Even so, Captain Keyes's obsession with vengeance is starting to fracture already-shaky alliances. If he cannot overcome his demons and reclaim his honor, the entire galaxy will burn.

Experience the final novel in a trilogy fans are calling "an action-packed military thrill ride". Get Reckoning today and learn the shocking truth about the Ixan Prophecies.

©2017 Scott Bartlett (P)2017 Scott Bartlett

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Awesome!!!

Amazing ending.
What a perfect trilogy, I was so worried that after 2 great books the 3rd might disappoint.
Oh how wrong I was.
The author have done the impossible! No miracles here, everything is authentic just as it should be in a war, yes it's sad but that is reality and I only wish I had the words to describe perfection, maybe a poet could have done it but I'm still shocked of this awesome trilogy ending.
All I can say is that if a book deserves Five Stars, this is the one, without a doubt!
Wow, I probably should have waited a day or two to write a review here after letting it sink in and relax a bit.
There is so much to say but I truly can't find the right words so all I'll say is that the author have created a real masterpiece, a perfect performance on all 3 books !!!
There is absolutely nothing bad that I can say here so:
Fully recommended,
Get the trilogy, you won't regret it.
Guaranteed!

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loved it 👍 😀

great book 😀 loved the story and the narration I hope there will be more books in this series
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I highly recommend listening to this book series

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Reckoning

This is the third book in the Ixan Prophecies trilogy so if you haven't read Supercarier and Juggernaut yet go back and do so in that order, if you have read both of those you're surely keen to know how the trilogy wraps up.

I personally read the last two books back to back like a single longer book and can't really remember the line between the books. The space battles are more epic and the cast is the same central characters with some new ones filling in now and again. The scale of the task that Keyes has in this book is massive, and I didn't think that it would be or could be wrapped up in time without a bit of Deus Ex and I wasn't exactly wrong but it doesn't come across as the typical hand of God type move you see some authors pull.

Events at the end of the book did make me think though of how some of the technology explained in the book could have been used as weapons, like if the Dark Tech wormholes destroy all organic life, just open a few in front of all of the enemy ships and let them sail through!

It was a fitting end to this trilogy and I am eagerly awaiting the continuation of this universe with the Ixan Legacy series.

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Good ending

finely brought it all together to make more sense. I enjoyed the story but the narrator makes it for me

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Make into films!

I'd like to see this trilogy made into a trilogy of films. I very much enjoyed listening to this.

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  • Timothy A Farrell
  • 29-06-17

nice

very good book. loved the entire trilogy.
entertainment at its finest you will enjoy it

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  • Richard Prendergast
  • 15-07-19

Wow tough book to get through

I really saw a lot of potential in this trilogy, to have this book just decimate all the half way decent work that had been done in the first two books.
Too much to list that I found disconcerting about this but just suffice to say it was extremely disappointing and took all I had just to finish listening to it. I kept hoping it would get better and it never did.
Scott Bartlett I am sorry I really wanted to like this and I can imagine how hard it is to put yourself out there with writing a book. I think you fell short on this one. Good luck on your future endeavors.

Sincerely,

Richard Prendergast

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  • Mike
  • 22-06-19

Fun, But Nothing Substantive

Nothing to sink your mental teeth into. The plot elements seem fairly derivative to me, with some puzzling military choices thrown in.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-06-19

Great end to this series

As with his previous entry in the series the author gives this book is fast-paced and full of action. This book leaves one wondering how high a price one is willing to pay to win. It did bring to mind the old adage, "war is hell". Enjoyed the books the author deftly handled a gut-wrenching scenes; it’s a fitting finish to a great trilogy. Will point out that Scott very kindly sent me a free codes to the book for a honest review.

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  • VaDavid
  • 02-05-19

Meh

The only thing I enjoyed was the performance. The story was predictable and shallow. I also think the author needs to be educated on military tactics. In addition, the space battles were no where near the level of the Jack Campbell Lost Fleet series.

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  • Courtney H.
  • 02-11-18

This book needs to become a movie!!!

One of the best fiction books I have ever read and was narrated with excellence!

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  • Boats
  • 29-04-18

excellent kept moving .what are the next series

kept moving and the acting was very good this would make a great scifi movie or TV show.

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  • Prime 2012 - Chris
  • 13-11-17

great story. the narratio could be a little better

I loved it's book as I did the previous 2 but again, I thought the narration could be a little better. while it was good, at times it seemed to lack the needed feeling that would give you the visual the author wanted.
I highly recommend the series though

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-11-17

good work book

love the books so much Goosebumps and all that just made for great time listening

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  • Lyal S
  • 20-10-17

Good story, but too dark...

Overall I liked the story, but it was too dark for me. Plot was sad.