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I have to be in a mood for a “space opera” because I am usually investing a lot of time into them with getting to know characters, learning history of a new galaxy, and obtaining... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sooz
I picked this up after finishing Aetna Adrift, a novel I could not put down. I was hoping this was not going to be the case of a one hit wonder. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rock
The first entry in a character-driven space opera, The Far Bank of the Rubicon (Pax Imperium Wars: Volume 1) by Erik Wecks (@erikwecks) takes readers through the prolonged run-up... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott Whitmore
While this is the first book in this series I have read, it will not be the last. Rating wise this is about a 3. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lisa Mitchell
I loved "Aetna Adrift" so much, so I was really excited to get my copy of Rubicon. Wecks great at dystopian corporate science fiction shoot-em-ups (I don't know what else... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Patience Virtue
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A young prince of the House of Athena finds himself caught up in an interstellar war after a 300-year span of peace is shattered by... Read more
I finished The Far Bank of the Rubicon about two weeks ago and it has my highest mark for science fiction, that mark being how long afterwards I continue to think about the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Pelayo
The mark of a good space opera is that if you step into it in the middle, as I did with Rubicon, you want to circle back and pick up the first book in series to ensure you're... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Merrill R. (Rick) Chapman
At last...a protagonist that is believable, likable, understandable and someone who's existence you can question....but still have hope for!
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