Aurora: Aurizun (Aurora 7)

Aurora: Aurizun (Aurora 7)

by Amanda Bridgeman


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The battle is over, but the war is just beginning . . .

The Zeta invasion has occurred and the world now knows the truth: that an alien threat exists. While the UNF scramble to maintain calm, the pressure mounts to finally reveal their black ops ALPHA soldiers. The only question is, who will be entrusted to lead them?

Harris is still reeling from the devastation that occurred during Decima, and when a startling discovery is revealed, he suddenly loses the trust of the UNF. Next in line is McKinley, but still recovering from his injuries, he’s struggling to accept what he has now become. Carrie, on the other hand, is the strongest she’s ever been, but her linkage to Harris, and his to the Zetas, sees them forced out and treated as the enemy.

The power they once had within the UNF is lost.

Without a ship or a leader, and with enemies closing in on all sides, the Aurora team must fight to regroup and claw their way back from oblivion.

Carrie, Harris and McKinley face their most explosive showdowns yet, in this action-packed instalment that will leave readers on the edge of their seats!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648216254
Publisher: Amanda Bridgeman
Publication date: 01/15/2019
Series: Aurora , #7
Pages: 610
Sales rank: 836,633
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.35(d)

About the Author

Amanda is an Aurealis Award finalist and author of several science fiction novels, including the best-selling space opera/military sci-fi 'Aurora' series, alien contact drama 'The Time of the Stripes' and sci-fi crime thriller 'The Subjugate'.

Born in the seaside/country town of Geraldton, Western Australia, she moved to Perth (Western Australia) to study film & television/creative writing at Murdoch University, earning her a BA in Communication Studies. Perth has been her home ever since, aside from a nineteen-month stint in London (England) where she dabbled in Film & TV 'Extra' work.

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