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“Space opera the way it ought to be…Bujold and Weber, bend the knee; interstellar adventure has a new king, and his name is Walter Jon Williams.” (George R. R. Martin)

At last, the climactic final episode of the Dread Empire’s Fall trilogy - what started with The Praxis and The Sundering comes to a brilliant conclusion in Walter Jon Williams’ epic space adventure.

Working on opposite sides of the galaxy - one in deep space, the other undercover on an occupied planet - and haunted by personal ghosts, Captain Gareth Martinez and Lieutenant Lady Caroline Sula fight to save the Empire from the vicious alien Naxid. In a desperate, audacious bid to stop the Naxid fleet, Martinez makes a move that could win the war…and lose his career. Meanwhile, Sula’s guerilla tactics may not be enough to stop the Naxid - until she tries one deadly final gambit.

©2005, 2015 by Walter Jon Williams (P)2021 by Blackstone Publishing and Skyboat Media, Inc.

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Great conclusion to an awesome series.

really enjoyed the latest book in the series. I hope to read more of Williams in the future

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Boring, so so boring

I must really love space opera because I sat through all 3 volumes of the drawn out dissertation on political manoeuvre. The credit belongs entirely to the narrator who’s performance is outstanding. The story is dull, tensions are resolved conveniently time and again. It’s books like this that make you wonder if audible are palming off their worst junk in the ‘included’ content.