Emergence : The Dark Tide Trilogy

  • by Dayne Edmondson
  • Narrated by Dan Carroll
  • Series: The Dark Tide Trilogy
  • 5 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

They came from deep space. They came to destroy humanity.
Two thousand years ago, bloodthirsty aliens called the Krai'kesh devastated the world of Tar Ebon. Humanity almost perished. Now they're back to finish the deed.
But now the Federation is prepared. Now they fight back.
Captain Martin Rigsby was forged in the crucible of war. After the last war, he was assigned to the outer rim of the United Federation of Planets. Martin must lead his aging fleet to face the enemy in battle.
Marine Lieutenant Derek Jamison is stuck on a shithole planet at the far edge of the galaxy. But when destruction rains from the sky he must rally the troops and face this new threat, whatever the cost.
Agent Kimberly Hague is working routine security duty at a presidential summit when betrayal leads to an explosion and subsequent attempt on the president's life, turning her world upside down. She must pursue the traitors responsible and bring them to justice.
Against the alien onslaught, they each stand alone. But they will fight. They will rise. They will win, or die trying.


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Exciting and action packed!!!!

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I really enjoyed this story, the action is fast paced and enjoyable and the concept of travelling back in time to defeat an enemy only for the general population to forget it new to me. I would have preferred a little more from the characters as I feel that they're personalities were lightly covered.

It took me a little while to get used to the narrator as some of the voices were a little strange.

Overall I really enjoyed this story and I will be adding book 2 to my wish list.

Please note that I was given this free review copy and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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- MR

Book Details

  • Release Date: 23-08-2017
  • Publisher: Dark Star Publishing