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Dazzling space battles, intergalactic politics, and rogue AI collide in the second book in this epic space opera by award-winning author Megan O'Keefe.

Sanda and Tomas are fleeing for their lives after letting the most dangerous smartship in the universe run free. Now, unsure of who to trust, Sanda knows only one thing for certain - to be able to save herself from becoming a pawn of greater powers, she needs to discover the secret of the coordinates hidden in her skull.

But getting to those coordinates is a problem she can't solve alone. They exist beyond a dead gate - a Casimir gate that opened up into a dead-end system without resources worth colonizing and was sealed off. To get through the dead gate, she needs the help of the enemy Nazca. But some Nazca are only interested in the chip in her head - and they'll crack her open to get to it.

©2020 Megan E. O'Keefe (P)2020 Hachette Audio

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A Pleasant Surpise.

After being a bit frustrated with Velocity Weapon, my expectations were not high for this sequel. But O'Keefe greatly widens the scope and dials up the action in this intricately plotted space opera. The supporting cast steps up big and Sanda turns into a kickass Captain Kirk style space hero with idiosyncratic crew and dangerourous super villains. Still a little clumsy in some of the dialogue and character interactions but the story twists and thrill-a- minute action sequences more than compensate.

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Not as good as the first book

...just saying. Way more woke too. Wouldn’t waste a the credit if you are on the fence.

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Fantasy in in your head-space?

Disregard the time shifts, the roller coaster hyperbolic dialog, convenient plot saves, accidental heroin, and mystically anachronistic technology and this is a good story that is well acted. Otherwise you’ll be clawing your eyes out wishing it would just end. An odd outcome yes, but there is only so much mediocrity that one can enjoy.

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couldn't stop listening!

Fantastic book series read by a top notch narrator. I'm looking forward to the next one!

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Continuing well

This sequel to Velocity Weapon wasn't as gripping as it's predecessor, but at least it tied up a few loose ends. Since I was already interested in the characters, I had no trouble going along, and certainly wasn't bored. I wish the author was better at telling a complete story in one volume, but will eventually get the next book in hopes of completing the saga.

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pushing hard on the suspension of disbelief

The first book had its elements of mystery and suspense and some other tricks to keep the reader guessing. This one plods along with one amazing revelation after another and tons of serendipity. Most of the revelations come via dialog, as in, bad guy tells the dastardly plan. The mysteries remaining from the first book are exposed and tend toward the cliche. The book kept me entertained, but it's a step or two down in quality from the first one.

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Second as great as the first!

O'Keefe's second is as great as the first! I think these books are a masterwork!

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awesome story.

Megan O'Keefe has done it again. loving the blend of technology and politics. And narration is spot-on.

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