Tides of War : Rebellion

  • by M.R. Forbes
  • Narrated by Jeff Hays
  • Series: Rebellion
  • 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After being saved from annihilation by the Old Gator's daring plan, Gabriel and the crew of the Magellan find themselves in the most unlikely of places: a captured enemy starship. While learning to control the alien vessel introduces a new set of challenges, the secrets they discover within may prove to be the edge they so desperately need.
With the rebellion on Earth rushing headlong toward a final, last-ditch battle and the remainder of the alien armada standing between them and home, it will take all of their strength, courage, and ingenuity to destroy the enemy once and for all.
Before the enemy destroys them.
Tides of War is the third and final book in the science-fiction Rebellion trilogy.

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All three books are great

i listen to a lot of space based sci-fi and this series is one of the better ones i have heard in awhile.

Great story and really good narrator.
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- Ron S.

Good ending to the trilogy

Exciting ending to a enjoyable trilogy.

Some minor story issues.

Too often the humans ended up coming up with innovative and highly scientific breakthroughs just seconds before they're blasted into another galaxy. This gave the novel somewhat of a campy feel to it but I'm good with it.

Gen. Saint Martin future was somewhat left in limbo (rejuvenation?, restored limbs?, Juliet clone companionship?)

The future of all the Juliet clones was very ambiguous. Two of them indicated that they were just going to march off into the sunset and help humankind heal and advance.

Even with these, I highly recommend it and the entire trilogy for anyone interested in a unique space alien adventure.

Lastly, Jeff Hayes continues to excel in his ability to convincingly narrate a multitude of characters.
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- Sailfish

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-16-2017
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing