Honor of the Clan : Legacy of the Aldenata

  • by John Ringo, Julie Cochrane
  • Narrated by Marc Vietor
  • Series: Legacy of the Aldenata
  • 13 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Posleen War Rages On - Undercover! Clan O'Neal Battles for the Right - And With Each Other!The Indowy "Bane Sidhe" conspiracy has grown strong, and the cunning and resourceful Darhel - tacit rulers of the Galactic Federation - have decided that the time has come to wipe that threat from the stars forever. What the Darhel don't know is that humans have joined the rebellion - led by thief and assassin extraordinaire, Cally O'Neal. Now Cally is set to destroy a web of alien deceit millennia in the making. Only one obstacle lies in her path: the renowned warrior who stood tall and saved Earth from utter destruction during its first invasion by alien hordes - a legend who also happens to be Cally's father!Multiple New York Times best-selling John Ringo's "Posleen War" saga continues as beautiful assassin Cally O'Neil returns for a third appearance in a gripping interplanetary thriller co-authored by Ringo and best-selling Cally's War collaborator, Julie Cochrane.


What the Critics Say

"Fast-paced military sci-fi peopled with three-dimensional characters and spiced with personal drama as well as tactical finesse." (Library Journal)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Essential, IF you're already a fan.

I can't understand why titles in a series are so often released out of order. Fortunately I was already familiar with both Cally's War and Sister Time (the latter is STILL not available at Audible as of this writing). To be familiar with the histories of several characters, you also need to have read nearly all the other Aldenata books as well.

After accomplishing that feat, this book has a couple of serious revelations and the O'Neal vs. O'Neal climax is not to be missed. Apparently this novel sets the stage for Eye of the Storm which I hope Audible will have in the near future.
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- james

Large quantity of that which makes plants grow.

Very disappointing. Not at all up to Ringo's usual standard. All of the "pungency" of his usual works, but without the continuity or intricacy of plot. This is the first time I've been burned on a Ringo book. Guess it had to happen sometime. My advice: pass this one by.
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- W K

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-08-2009
  • Publisher: Audible Studios