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The Kasari Nexus (Rho Agenda Assimilation) Paperback – April 5, 2016
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About the Author
Richard Phillips was born in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1956. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1979 and qualified as an Army Ranger, going on to serve as an officer in the US Army. He earned a master’s degree in physics from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1989, completing his thesis work at Los Alamos National Laboratory. After working as a research associate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, he returned to the army to complete his tour of duty. Today he lives with his wife, Carol, in Phoenix, Arizona, where he writes science fiction thrillers—including the Rho Agenda series (Once Dead, Dead Wrong, Dead Shift) and the Rho Agenda Inception series (The Second Shift, Immune, and Wormhole).
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Here, Richard Philips brings together the trilogy of the Rho Agenda Series. Captivating from the first page you will be held to your seat as the story lines twist and turn across the galaxy . If you haven't read Richard Philips before I would recommend reading the Rho Agenda books first. If you don't want to, this book will stand alone, However, be warned - once read you will be back to kindle to get the first three and delve backward into the story line.
Do yourself a BIG favor and discover it today...
This is one of the best science fiction books I've read in years, and I've read a few. The story has many surprises and they start off at the very beginning. I have always liked the multiple story lines and multiple perspectives, because it's nice to wonder "what will happen to Character A next?!?!" while thoroughly enjoying Character Bs story.
It was good enough to make me want to reread the previous Rho novels (I am finished with 4 of the 6). They are excellent as well, so if you haven't read them, treat yourself and do so.
I received a free, advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review
I find it a truly enjoyable read, and I heartily recommend not only this book, but also his „Rho Agenda” and „Rho Agenda Inception” series (I have read the entire Rho Agenda at least three times, and this is very uncommon for me these days, as my time is always at a premium). For those who have already read the series, all I can say is that „The Kasari Nexus” is just the perfect sequel to an excellent series, and that you are going to enjoy every minute of it :-D.
I then encouraged my husband to "read" them. He was resistant as he actually listened to books on tape exclusively and was hard of hearing. Finding a reader he could understand was often difficult. He finally agreed and I ordered the first book on cd for him. The first time he listened we were camping and he stopped his player after about 10 minutes. I asked him what the problem was. He replied that the story was moving around too much. I replied that the author was just setting up the plot line and characters and he needed to listen awhile longer. He turned his machine back on and listened through lunch and dinner. He turned it on first thing the next day and when his machine turned off he looked at me and said where's book two. That's how I felt reading The Kasari Nexus. The characters and storylines are totally compelling. I've preordered books two and three.
I've also read the "Dead" books. We now have them all on cd, kindle, and iBooks. Yes, I paid for them in all 3 formats.
Thank you Richard Phillips for so many hours of reading enjoyment, thought reflection, and anticipation.
New comers you have a treat coming as you read these three stories. Hold on to your hats and computers here we go again! ! ! !