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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1535569522
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HIV1X68
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Relic of Sorrows: Fallen Empire, Book 4 Kindle Edition
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This volume features shipboard battles with androids, autonomous robotic weaponry, and deadly radiation; revelations about what recruits to the cyborg program had to give up; and an unexpected discovery about Alisa's own heritage; plus an honest conversation about what they both wish for. Abelardus is uncomfortably interested in Alisa, and has little compunction about intruding into her thoughts, adding to Alisa's problems. As they approach the long-hidden location that Leonidas pinpointed, it becomes all too clear that it's not hidden any more, and the Star Nomad will have stiff competition, including Alisa's old Alliance colleague Commander Tomich, who must once again deal with her unclear loyalties.
A quick read that I quite enjoyed. I don't recall any prooifreading goofs, either. I just have to decide whether I want to pick up Cleon Moon right away, or read something else waiting in my TBR queue first.
P.S. Don't forget, if you subscribe to the Fallen Empire newsletter via the author's website, you can get the "2nd Epilogue"| bonus scene, and a couple more extras from throughout the series, free!
Relic of Sorrows is Book 4 in the series. I've enjoyed this entire series and find myself refreshing the page on Amazon on days when I know a new story is going up. If you've read her series up to this point, you're probably not even reading this review; but if you're debating Book 1, wondering whether the series continues to deliver four books in, in my opinion--yes. Very much.