Mission in the Dark

In a distant solar system, a war breaks between the Webbur Union, its ally the Kingdom of Torrance, and their rival, the Axx Republic Byllard Iddo is a young man who accidentally killed his father in a martial arts training session He left to join the Space Navy As the Dark Sea War intensifies, Iddo takes command of the modified sloop of war Arrabat in a dangerous coverIn a distant solar system, a war breaks between the Webbur Union, its ally the Kingdom of Torrance, and their rival, the Axx Republic Byllard Iddo is a young man who accidentally killed his father in a martial arts training session He left to join the Space Navy As the Dark Sea War intensifies, Iddo takes command of the modified sloop of war Arrabat in a dangerous covert mission to cripple the operations of the illusive Silent Boats Surviving or not, Byl and his elite crew are determined to change the face of the war.This is the second volume of the action packed series The Dark Sea War Chronicles, by award winning Portuguese author Bruno Martins Soares.
Mission in the Dark In a distant solar system a war breaks between the Webbur Union its ally the Kingdom of Torrance and their rival the Axx Republic Byllard Iddo is a young man who accidentally killed his father in

  • Title: Mission in the Dark
  • Author: Bruno Martins Soares
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Mission in the Dark”

    1. The Dark Sea War Chronicles é já uma aposta ganha, não só por parte do autor, Bruno Martins Soares, como pela FC nacional. Escrita em inglês e publicada na , esta série de ficção científica começou bem e continuou melhor, mostrando ao mundo todo o potencial e talento deste autor nacional. Deste modo, parece-me difícil que o terceiro volume venha a descambar o rumo das coisas, mas embora não vos diga já o título, posso dizer-vos que é, no mínimo, sugestivo.Se o primeiro volume apo [...]

    2. Space CorsairsI really enjoyed this book. Has the feeling of old bucaneers stories, where the pirates boldly try impossible things. It's a fast read and the pacing is impeccable.I may be biased, since I love sci-fi *and* pirate stories, but I recommend you don't let this one slip by, specially if you've read the previous book!

    3. Much better than the first part.It can be read as an independent story.Many adventures and full of action where reader gets deeply involved.

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