The Line Must Hold!
The United Colonies are unprepared for a war that everyone knew was coming. Locked in a stalemate against the Sa’Ami, they now face the wrath of those once discarded from Earth. The first assault strikes with nanite-annihilators and the Colonial fleets race to survive as their orbital defense platforms dissolve into raw elements.
I recommend this book to any military sci fi lovers who thrives on interstellar conflicts!
The author does a great job creating a futuristic world and weaves layers of intrigue into a fast paced military page turner.
The new cast brings distinct personalities and depth as the story seamlessly unfolds.
Lieutenant William Grace, sole survivor of the Farshore genocide, must fight for the Navy that once destroyed his home against an enemy that traded its humanity for cybernetic power.
The goods news: he has a cutting edge starship, a platoon of powered armor, and a crew to make it all happen. The bad news is that they face human machine constructs, armies of combat robots, a technologically advanced foe, and a Commanding Officer who’d see him shot. The defending fleets are annihilated and only William and his crew can hold the line.
This is the story of the Soldiers, Marines, and Sailors who must do their duty; the pacifist-colonists who bear the brunt of the assault and stand to lose everything; the Navy that is tasked with an impossible duty, to stand against a foe that has weapons it has never seen; and all of those who believe in the United Colonies - and those who would see it fall.
The Sa’Ami are coming. With them comes a veil of tyranny unlike anything ever seen before.
This is a full length military science fiction space opera, 100,000 words. It can be read as a standalone, or as part of the series A Star Too Far.