The TDF Marco Polo embarks on its maiden voyage outside Earth's solar system, leading to the discovery of an extinct civilization destroyed by orbital bombardment. Deep underground is a mysterious library of alien secrets.
The Terran Republic unravels the clues, forcing its politicians, scientists, navy, and marines to engage in an epic journey of space exploration, space battles, and combat behind enemy lines. They must rally their forces to defend the Earth as they discover The Others are coming.
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The discovery of the Gravity Drive
Balanced, most if not all the characters are likeable
A simply well rounded book that has everything a space opera book should have. I rate this book up there with John Ringo's Troy Rising.
I got this because most of the reviews were good, I'm afraid i disagree with them. I was looking forward to a romping space opera with strong characters.
The characters were two dimensional and never developed. The story was simplistic and plodding.
He wasn't my favorite narrator but didn't do a bad job with a very flat story.
It wasn't for me.
I kept losing interest and found it difficult to persevere to the end, will probably return it.