Fall of Terra Nova (Star Crusades, Book 5)by Michael G. Thomas
In this latest book of the Star Crusades Uprising series, the action shifts to Terra Nova, the shining beacon of humanity and the single most important planet in the Confederacy. Guarding
Fall of Terra Nova is the fifth book in the epic science fiction series that chronicles humanity's first interstellar confederation,torn apart by religious strife and extremism.
In this latest book of the Star Crusades Uprising series, the action shifts to Terra Nova, the shining beacon of humanity and the single most important planet in the Confederacy. Guarding access to this isolated planet is the Anomaly. This mysterious location is the gateway to Terra Nova and the rest of the Confederacy. When the Echidna Union begins moving scores of ships to the Anomaly, Admiral Jarvis must make a critical decision that could win or lose the war. Either she continues Operation Perdition and reclaims the lost colonies of Proxima Centauri, or she sends the fleet to take control of the Anomaly and the route to Terra Nova in one final apocalyptical battle.
Spartan and his comrades aboard the Yorkdale train and prepare their new forces for what will be the last battles of the war. They are well equipped and highly motivated, but just when they seem to be making progress, they hit a new problem. Racism and betrayal appears at the moment when the Confederacy needs every man and woman for the final challenge. Spartan, Teresa and Gun will have to use every ounce of their skill and cunning if they are to come through alive.
Fall of Terra Nova is a classic work of realistic military science fiction set against the background of the first interstellar human empire.
The Star Crusades series currently includes the original Star Crusades Uprising and brand new Star Crusades Nexus series that follows the story of the Centauri Alliance seventeen years after the end of the Uprising.
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