As Kalila's forces battle the Rotham invasion, Blackmoth is attempting to detonate an isotome weapon in close proximity.
After a coup against White Rook, Raidan now controls the Organization. He has taken his remaining warships to Capital World, the planet he loves most in the galaxy, and is threatening to destroy it, unless Caerwyn Martel is surrendered to his custody.
Calvin has returned to the Nighthawk and together he and his crew attempt their most dangerous adventure yet, an excursion into Forbidden Space where, Calvin believes, he will uncover the ultimate truths behind the remaining secrets. Including who the mysterious human is that the Rahajiim intelligence failed to identify.
Rain and Calvin have developed romantic feelings for one another, but can there be any future for the stalwart adventurer and dying doctor? Summers also has feelings for Calvin, though she denies them.
Tristan demands what was promised. Nimoux struggles to recover from a gunshot wound. Rez’nac is desperate to reclaim his honor. Shen wants desperately for Sarah to give him another chance—meanwhile he must struggle with the debilitating pain of The Calling. The Khans threaten to take Aleator One, with the help of the vicious Enclave.
All the while, the Dread Fleet has begun its campaign of extermination, starting with the Polarian Worlds it deems too secular. Their unstoppable march of death and devastation leads them to human space where, either the Empire will find some way to stop them, or else humanity will fall as fulfillment of Polarian prophecy. The Final Battle. The Final Darkness. The Final Reckoning!
About the Author
I am Richard L. Sanders; I'm the author of The Phoenix Conspiracy along with Secrets of Silverwind, Betraying Nexus, and several other stories. I was married from 2014 until late in 2016, I have been an attorney for charity, and I love to ski, swim, have intellectual conversation, and genuinely enjoy helping people.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Please fire your proof readers! I struggled to get through this book. Typographical and grammatical errors at every turn of the page. I understand that you are contractually bound to put out your book, but by selling said book you are essentially contracting with the reader as well. As the purchaser of your book, I expect at the very least a "proofed" and final copy. Not a first draft. I will see this series through to the end, but If the next is just as sloppy as this one then I am sorry to say that you have lost me as a reader.