An original full-length novel set in the Halo universe and based on the New York Times bestselling video game series!
December 2553. Less than a year after the end of the Covenant War, a string of violent incidents continues to threaten the tenuous peace in human-held space, culminating in the assassination of UNSC fleet admiral Graselyn Tuwa and the abduction of her family. It is a provocation so outrageous that the Office of Naval Intelligence must retaliate swiftly and ferociously—but only after its operatives identify her killer and rescue the hostages.
This mission will be the first for homicide-detective-turned-ONI-operative Veta Lopis and her young team of Spartan-IIIs, and something feels wrong from the start. The obvious suspect is an infamous Brute dokab who leads the Keepers of the One Freedom, a Covenant splinter group in fierce opposition to the UNSC. But Lopis and her team soon realize that the truth is much more insidious than they could ever have imagined, and along with Fred-104, Kelly-087, and Linda-058 of Blue Team for combat support, must stop a plan hatched in the bowels of the secret research station Argent Moon—a plan so sinister it could destroy all those still reeling from thirty years of intergalactic conflict....
About the Author
Troy Denning is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty-five novels, including Halo: Silent Storm, Halo: Retribution, Halo: Last Light, a dozen Star Wars novels, the Dark Sun: Prism Pentad series, and many bestselling Forgotten Realms novels. A former game designer and editor, he lives in western Wisconsin.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Velasquez Louis and the Ferrets are at it again! They are joined by Blue team and annoyed by Admiral Osman. An interesting perspective bringing in the Forerunner ancilla as an atypical villan with good intentions. I enjoyed the book.
Not a bad book - it extends the "Last Light" story arc, but has multiple story threads that don't tie together neatly and teases character relationships that seem a bit forced.