The Phoenix Darkness

· The Phoenix Conspiracy Series Book 5 · Richard Lee Sanders · Narrated by Matthew Ebel
31 reviews
14 hr 45 min
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The hour is grim for the Empire, which has split into opposing sides. Civil War rages between Queen Kalila Akira and Steward Caerwyn Martel. As all Imperial forces are dragged into the conflict, threatening to destroy the once mighty Imperial fleet, enemies abroad have their sights set on the juicy, and ever more defenseless, human worlds. Rotham invasion seems imminent and unstoppable. Summers and the Nighthawk race against Blackmoth and Tristan, each hoping to reach Zander first, and get to his stockpile of isotome weapons. Meanwhile Raidan has underhanded plans. Calvin and his team venture into Rotham space to spy on the enemy. It is vital that they collect intelligence on the Rotham fleet and get it back to the queen so she can stop any Rotham invasion. But, unbeknownst to them, one member of the team is a traitor, and has put them all in grave danger. In the deepest regions of Forbidden Space, whispers abound that the Dread Fleet has awoken, charged with the purpose of purging the galaxy, and bringing to pass the Final Darkness.

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31 reviews
Cody S
September 14, 2023
I enjoy the series but this last one is tough. I don't think it's possible to overuse "somehow" and "be that as it may" as much as he manages but overall an okay ending.
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Deadsoul Wichnar
March 2, 2021
the saga is very interesting. good character depth for the most part. waiting for audio for Phoenix requiem. since I use audio books for PTSD therapy.
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Nikola Tsvyatkov
January 27, 2023
excellent 📖
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