A mysterious entity may be the key to a starships survivalor a terrifying new threatas the Odyssey One series continues The Empire has set its sights on its next target: human Terrans. As effective allies of the Priminae, the denizens of Earth have proven themselves enemies to the Empire, and now the Imperial forces know more about the Terran home world than ever before. The battle for the planets survival will see the Odysseus first into the breach. But more perils loom for Commodore Eric Weston and his comrades. Theyre at odds with the political conflicts dividing Earths government and challenged by the mysterious presence haunting their vesselits intentions unclear, and the extent of its powers unknown. As the Empire brings the battle home, the crew of the Odysseus will need to determine whether this entity will support them in their fight for survival, or prove to be another dangerous foe. Theres no turning backand the only way forward may be a pathway to doom....
|Title||:||Odysseus Ascendant (Odyssey One #7)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||303 pages|
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Odysseus Ascendant (Odyssey One #7) Reviews
Edge of my seat almond entire novel
The epic story continues with both great battles and great philosophical soliloquy or two. The Commodore is both an excellent military tactician and a philosopher-poet. Couldn't put this down near the end and I'm already eager to read the next instalment. Well down Evan Currie. Having read all the Odysseus novels, I will have to take look at your others.
I think it is enough for me now. All these king setups, big fights near the end and finally the save with some miracle invention.
I'm also getting tired of the military being the best thing in the world.
Can we bring this to a close with the next book?
Also: how pointless are these "gods"?
Another excellent adventure
The Empire just won't give up trying to destroy Earth and her allies. Once again the tenacity and ingenuity of the allies results in another defeat for the Empire.
Another good book in the series
Everything that is good and enjoyable about this series continues in this book. However, I was a bit let down at the surprise ending. I didn’t feel it was up to the standard I have come to expect from the previous books.
Yeah top form with this book
As it was such a rip roaring adventure I will need to reread the last battle as I do not see why the [spoiler alert] super weapon was not used directly against the fleet... I’ve obviously missed something but as as I have read this in one sitting.... no surprise there! Cheers on a great read.
A great continue of this series of books, Our author Evan has once again placed Commodore Eric Weston and his crew with a major problem. The Empire has decided that it must wipe out the humans and their allies. But as expected the Commodore take a pasting idea to the next level to give his people the edge that they need. But I have a feeling that the new character Saul is going to be the one that we will need to watch. Looking forward to the next book.
Currie gives us another good military SF book, extending his Odyssey series to book seven. This time, the Empire is coming with an entire sector fleet. They aren't messing around.
I am now tagging these books as fantasy as well as military and science fiction, because some fantastical (as in mythic) characters have started taking important roles.
In my opinion, not as gripping as some of the earlier books in the series. 3.5 stars.
Evan Currie writes really kick ass science fiction. He has not let up on the action, danger and tension in Odysseus Ascendant. I enjoyed the book even though I have not read all the book in the Odyssey One series. I knew I had missed the action from some of the previous books but it was still an easy story to get into. While the danger is countered the big problem is still roaming the galaxy so look for more action and adventure in future books.
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