Cosmic war has torn their lives apart. Will their last-ditch plan prevent annihilation or doom them all?
Alicia Petruzzelli doesn't play by the rules, but she knows Star Force needs her in the war against a hostile AI. When the fleet's discipline rubs her the wrong way, she questions the UN's strategy of overwhelming force. As a riskier plan comes to the fore, Alicia must consider becoming a deserter to save humanity.
Jun Yonezawa is an outlaw AI. He knows the UN's plan is flawed and a singlehanded cyber-attack may be the only chance for success. Reluctantly aided by John Mendoza, Jun embarks on a perilous mission into enemy territory.
Elfrida Goto has come a long way from asteroid eviction. Her new mission is to unite the PLAN's enemies for one final push against the genocidal AI. If all the other pieces fall into place, Elfrida's allies will have one chance to pull off a deadly maneuver that could turn the war around… or destroy them all in the process.
The Phobos Maneuver is the second book in the Solarian War Trilogy, Volume II of the Sol System Renegades series, an epic science fiction adventure that reviewers are calling a new classic in the space opera genre.
The Sol System Renegades series in chronological order:
Keep Off The Grass (short origin story)
Crapkiller (prequel novella)
The Elfrida Goto Trilogy
1. The Galapagos Incident
2. The Vesta Conspiracy
3. The Mercury Rebellion
A Very Merry Zero-Gravity Christmas (short story)
The Solarian War Trilogy
1. The Luna Deception
2. The Phobos Maneuver
3. The Mars Shock
The Callisto Gambit
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A little bit confusing with mulitple charactors,but it all ties up at the end. Good story