The Phoenix War



❰EPUB❯ ✰ The Phoenix War Author Richard L. Sanders – E17streets4all.co.uk A fearful Empire anticipates King Akira s next move will he abandon them to the corrupt hands of Caerwyn Martel or doom them to bloody civil war, leaving them defenseless against an imminent alien inv A fearful Empire anticipates King Akira s next move will he abandon them to the corrupt hands of Caerwyn Martel or doom them The Phoenix ePUB Æ to bloody civil war, leaving them defenseless against an imminent alien invasion Just beyond human space, the crows are circling Across the DMZ, the Rotham Republic prepares its war fleets with hungry eyes fixed on the weakened Empire Spurred on to war by the pervasive Rahajiim, a shadowy organization that has struck a dark deal with the nightmarish Enclave Meanwhile Summers races to destroy the rest of the isotome weapons before they are used, Nimoux struggles to escape an unlikely prison planet, Shen copes with his strange new life, and Calvin hunts for the true puppetmaster Desperate to discover the deepest layer of the conspiracy before it s too late And in the shadows behind it all, Blackmoth brews a storm of chaos, hell bent on subjecting the galaxy to the dark design of his One True God.The Phoenix War

I m a year old law student with a BS in Economics from the University of Utah I grew up on Star The Phoenix ePUB Æ Wars and Star Trek and all of that fun stuff I ve been writing stories since I was able to hold a pencil and have always loved escaping into books In the real world I enjoy the beautiful outdoors camping, hiking, climbing, swimming, all of that and have recently gotten into skiing I also love a good game of chess every now and thenI cite Orson Scott Card and JK Rowling as my primary influences, however there are others Roddenberry, etc who ve clearly influenced me and the list of those deserving credit is, I m sure, far longer than I could possibly guess Copied from.

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    The Phoenix War MOBI ↠ The Phoenix ePUB Æ organization that has struck a dark deal with the nightmarish Enclave Meanwhile Summers races to destroy the rest of the isotome weapons before they are used, Nimoux struggles to escape an unlikely prison planet, Shen copes with his strange new life, and Calvin hunts for the true puppetmaster Desperate to discover the deepest layer of the conspiracy before it s too late And in the shadows behind it all, Blackmoth brews a storm of chaos, hell bent on subjecting the galaxy to the dark design of his One True God."/>
  • ebook
  • 440 pages
  • The Phoenix War
  • Richard L. Sanders
  • English
  • 18 July 2017
  • 1301479403

10 thoughts on “The Phoenix War

  1. says:

    This is what I get for grabbing a free ebook the first book in the series was is free on .com The first book pulled me in The second book, also offered at a discount, kept the story going and kept me wantingThe third book was full price, but by this point I didn t care I wanted , and I had to haveI had to know what happens next I had to know how the story wrapped up Boy was I fooled The third book wasn t the end of the series Is the fourth book out yet It wasn This is what I get for grabbing a free ebook the first book in the series was is free on .com The first book pulled me in The second book, also offered at a discount, kept the story going and kept me wantingThe third book was full price, but by this point I didn t care I wanted , and I had to haveI had to know what happens next I had to know how the story wrapped up Boy was I fooled The third book wasn t the end of the series Is the fourth book out yet It wasn t out at the time, but has since come out and I darn well paid full price for that ebook too I don t know how manybooks are planned in the series This is one of those instances where I hope it wraps up soon because I want to know what happens, but I m enjoying the setting and don t want to leave just yet.The Phoenix Conspiracy has your military SF, some political intrigue, alien civilizations working with and against the human empire, cool ships and technology, and some great characters.The main character is Calvin, the captain of a stealth ship, reminds a bit of myself he s kind of an introvert, prefers things laid back, trusts those around him to do their jobs, and prefers to be on a first name basis with his co workers and staff as opposed to calling everyone by their rank and last name.The human empires monarchy is in danger, a vast conspiracy is trying to overthrow the king, while yet another interested party is seeking out an alien threat of weapons capable of destroying stars Each book gets a bit deeper into the conspiracy and the war between all these factions.The Phoenix Conspiracy series is like the Honor Harrington series without the word count it flows much faster Fun stuff

  2. says:

    Utterly disappointing drag from the book 1 2Literally nearly nothing happens in this book and all for 7 All of the writing is boring and drags Do yourself a favor and read my two sentence summary and skip this book in this series.Nimoux breaks out of prison but everyone else dies and Summers saves him with the Nighthawk Meanwhile Calvin takes a ship to the DMZ then to Rotham space to discover the Alliance is dealing with Rotham and they have access to the Imperial worlds and Khalili launch Utterly disappointing drag from the book 1 2Literally nearly nothing happens in this book and all for 7 All of the writing is boring and drags Do yourself a favor and read my two sentence summary and skip this book in this series.Nimoux breaks out of prison but everyone else dies and Summers saves him with the Nighthawk Meanwhile Calvin takes a ship to the DMZ then to Rotham space to discover the Alliance is dealing with Rotham and they have access to the Imperial worlds and Khalili launches a failed attack on a military space ship yards the Apollo and much of the human fleet is decimated.As I have said before, the author has a degree in economics

  3. says:

    Book 4Book 4 was a fun read and had errors throughout The author changed the plot a little and added a new character that iszealot than anything It makes the reading drone on and becomes boring in places The overall story has progressed well and keeps my interest for the most part.

  4. says:

    Chaos across the GalaxyBattles and action on many fronts, and there s treachery a foot everywhere Even among the good guys, not everyone is pursuing the same agenda.

  5. says:

    The Empire s steward is showing his true insane colorsAnother Great book, teeth biting and all Loved it now for the next book and the war goes on it does it

  6. says:

    Too many characters I dont know if I ll finish this series

  7. says:

    Great seriesI ve read and enjoyed the first 4 books, now looking forward to the next one A great storyline, great characters, lots of twists and turns Hard not to like

  8. says:

    IntenseAmazing adventures and epic battles galore in this continuation of the story of political intrigue and galactic empires Great read

  9. says:

    The Phoenix War, Richard L SandersThe human Empire is on the verge of civil war, threatening to tear itself apart as House Akira and other prominent high lords fight each other for the right to sit upon the throne But such civil division is a waste of effort and resources that mankind cannot afford to lose The cogs put into motion by the Phoenix Ring are still whirring in the shadows and, as events quickly get out of hand, it begins to become clear that the selfish group of benefactors were n The Phoenix War, Richard L SandersThe human Empire is on the verge of civil war, threatening to tear itself apart as House Akira and other prominent high lords fight each other for the right to sit upon the throne But such civil division is a waste of effort and resources that mankind cannot afford to lose The cogs put into motion by the Phoenix Ring are still whirring in the shadows and, as events quickly get out of hand, it begins to become clear that the selfish group of benefactors were never truly in control The Enclave are stirring in their dark halls of exile and, in a far region of space, the Rotham are mobilising a highly advanced race that had always coveted the affluence of the human empire wanting our lush worlds and rich solar systems But these are only the beginning of human worries and rumour has reached some that the Polarian Dread Fleet an armada of ships that leaves nothing but dead worlds in its wake is waking The Polarians have no love of humanity either and fanatically believe that they have the right of dominion over the entire universeAmidst all the chaos and violence, the Nighthawk continues its mission to find and destroy the last of the isotome weapons missiles that are powerful enough to destroy whole solar systems and leave their suns blackened and coldThe success of their mission is crucial to both the future of the Empire and the human race, but they have few leads to go on and are almost literally searching for needles in an infinite haystack Meanwhile Calvin Cross, now the Imperial Executor by appointment of Princess Kalila, is ordered to gather as much intelligence as he can on the Rotham and assess whether their military deployment is a threat to the Empire His mission takes him deep into Alliance space a xenophobic government that has no sympathy for the Empire and is unknowingly riddled with Enclave agents .The Good The Phoenix War is an exciting instalment of The Phoenix Conspiracy series and begins to tie lose ends together ready for the final book which will hopefully be released soon It also begins to build the political turmoil and military threat from aliens in a fast paced plot, getting ready for what I imagine will be a stunning end to the series The BadOnce again, I feel like Richard L Sanders could have includeddescription in his writing as it is very bare His dialogue and tone are both good, but he has an annoying habit of skipping over the details of his environments and provides scant information This is a shame really, as his characters are aboard an array of space ships that would be interesting to read about and visit a number of worlds where he could quite literally go wild and paint stunning landscapes around his characters My ThoughtsOverall though, I was impressed with The Phoenix War and think that it s the best instalment of the series so far I am eagerly awaiting the next and final book, although it will be a shame to finish the series off The Phoenix Conspiracy is undoubtedly a true gem of a series in a genre that I ve found somewhat stale of late

  10. says:

    The fourth book in the sci fi space opera mystery series, The Phoenix War focuses on political upheaval on Capital World, Captain Nimoux s ingenious struggle to escape from imprisonment to warn the Empire of the replicants, and fear of a Rotham invasion.At 40% through things really get going, with Calvin Cross ordered by Queen Kalila to investigate the DMZ de militarised zone to discover any troublesome evidence that the Rotham Republic intends to start a war against humanity Queen Kalila mus The fourth book in the sci fi space opera mystery series, The Phoenix War focuses on political upheaval on Capital World, Captain Nimoux s ingenious struggle to escape from imprisonment to warn the Empire of the replicants, and fear of a Rotham invasion.At 40% through things really get going, with Calvin Cross ordered by Queen Kalila to investigate the DMZ de militarised zone to discover any troublesome evidence that the Rotham Republic intends to start a war against humanity Queen Kalila must know whether to split her forces to confront the Rotham or to deal with what could be imminent civil war Meanwhile Officer Summers is commanding the Nighthawk ship on the search for Isotome weapons.The Phoenix War displays captivating and increasingly distinctive characters in a plot that continues to growengrossing The writing style is snappy, but cuts to the real issues at hand, and showers the text with impacting dialogue There was a shocking moment that had my mouth agape, since it was so horrible and real And the author does reward the reader in the last 10% with some space action Criticism It took me a while to really get into The Phoenix War 40% because there was a lot of political build up and that a lot of the themes I d read were frequently repeated in the characters thoughts This acted as a helpful reminder of what had already occurred in the series, some of which I had forgotten, and I was totally engaged in the subject matter Yet, it extended too many scenes and delayed the real action, which could perhaps shine a new light of perspective on new events, rather than ruminating on the old.Overall, I suggest any reader who likes mystery, sci fi, or space opera to start reading this series immediately because so many of Richard L Sander s works are enthralling, eye stinging reads

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