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Shattered Sun Audiobook

Shattered Sun: The Sentinel Trilogy, Book 3

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A desperate alliance of human and Hroom factions gather to defeat Apex, a brutal alien menace who has vowed to exterminate all civilized races from the sector.

The final book of the Sentinel Trilogy.

©2016 Michael Wallace (P)2016 Michael Wallace

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  • Amazon Customer
    04/09/16
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    "great sci-fi story"

    Great narration of the trilogy! Same narrator for all 3 books. Looking forward to next trilogy in this series!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Jas P
    Adelaide
    02/11/17
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    "Outstanding ending to the trilogy!"

    So after all the battles and engagements, the liaisons with the Singaporeans, and the treaties with the Hroom, this has all lead to this final book. The Hroom have come to support Tolvern, but she is left hanging at her moment of need by McGovern, and decides that the need of Sentinel 3 is too great, taking the Hroom and Blackbeard to assist them. Unbeknownst to her, there are games afoot in the Hroom fleet, and Mose Drys is no longer in command of his fleet. Further to this, Admiral Drake and Dreadnaught are a long way off before they can support them.
    What follows are several chapters of incredible story telling as Humans, both Albion and Singaporean and Hroom, fight for their very existence against the unrelenting and devastating forces of the Apex. The Apex are there only to destroy, to collect bodies for their sacrifices and to feed upon, the more and the higher ranked the better.
    This is a book of grim determination, against horrifying odds, knowing that to lose, is to not just potentially have your ship destroyed, to die, but to possibly be slowly eviscerated and eaten, and watch those you care and love also be eaten as you watch. The Apex are unforgiving, don’t surrender, don’t stop, and seem to have more ships than should be possible.
    However, as Wallace builds this story to its climatic end, he plays on the one thing that Apex does not have, the resolve to survive that is buried deep within each of the Humans and Hroom alike. The courage to face up to this enemy together against insurmountable odds. Wallace does an exceptional job of building this story, not just from this book, but from the previous two books as well.
    We also get the fun of seeing a Star Leviathan unleashed in this book (sorry minor spoiler, but I won’t say anymore), and it was incredible the descriptions of this amazing star creature in all its glory. Wallace had previously described the creature, but we had not seen one in full swing until now.
    As with the other stories, he has continued to grow the characters (maybe not as much as some other Sci-Fi Space Operas), allowing us to engage and become attached to each of the main characters.
    There are still several unanswered questions however, so I do expect that we will see another series (a certain Pirate Captain has still not turned up, nor has her secret system, and there are other things not finalised)
    Overall, this is a great end to this trilogy, with some spectacular and outstanding starship combat, as well as some closure to some aspects of the story. This is exactly what this type of book is meant to be about, swashbuckling fun, with a bit of seriousness, good characters, and some stunning combat, both in space and hand-to-hand.
    Looking forward to the next series.

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  • Labrat
    16/10/16
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    "Great Book - Great series"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Yes - This second trilogy is great - great!!


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Shattered Sun?

    When the Leviathon ate the APEX ship.


    What about Steve Barnes’s performance did you like?

    He does a good job of differing the accents and voices of the characters.


    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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