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The brutal war expands to the Jupiter System, in this, the fourth book of the series.
As the Mars Campaign ends, stealth-capsules launch from the Neptune System. Months later, they glide into the Confederation of Jovian Moons. Cyborgs emerge to begin phase one among the Homo sapiens.The Jovians follow the Dictates, a perfected philosophy where the rational rule, the spirited fight, and the brutish labor. The moons have wealth, a powerful fleet, and hardened Secessionists who want freedom from the Dictates.
Marten reaches the Jupiter System as phase one of the cyborg campaign nears its completion. Believing himself safe, Marten enters the harshest battle of his life, with mankind’s fate resting on his choices.
©2010 Vaughn Heppner (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By Maxster on 03-03-15

Stories are getting better, but the narration....

..... Still sucks, but I sped up the narration to 1.25X and it definitely sounds better. The story line has definitely improved, so I am willing moving on to the next book in the series.

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By Dennis on 10-04-13

Keeps Getting Better!

As with the last book Great story with plenty of Action. Martin gets his girl at the end.

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By eric on 03-03-17

Monotonous

I did actually find this book quite monotonous , it just seems to take an eternity for things to happen. Rehash.

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