The Covenant has ensured global dominance, with one exception; Buchanan. The staunch defenders of liberty, who have stood up to the tyrannical Moon people for two centuries, are fighting a covert battle to remain independent, to protect their people from subjugation and slavery.
Within the Covenant, the rivalry between the different factions is about to take a surprising turn, one that can end the protracted struggle with Buchanan, but at the same time tilt the delicate balance between powers, which has prevented all out war so far.
Renee, a refugee from the North who has seen her people fall to the might of the Moon people is training to become an intelligence operator. While she wants to serve Buchanan, her adopted nation, she secretly yearns for revenge.
Evan, the former Janissary Tacticus and newly minted head of one of the most prominent families of the Moon people has to make difficult decisions in order to see his vision through; to set his people free from fear and restrictions, to have them realize their true potential.
Mark, the Moon people´s foremost advisor, has to take a step back from the main events, and he can only hope this will not result in his becoming redundant. While he fears what will happen while he is gone, he knows he has no choice in the matter.
Sue, once a hero of the Covenant, has paid a high price for having discovered the secrets of the Moon people. She has lost much of her memory, and has been cast aside to live out her days in her old home town, a life of illness and depression. She has nothing to look forward to, until one night, when a stranger knocks on her door and triggers old memories.
Dave has found a new life in Buchanan, free for the first time in his life. When events take a dramatic turn, he is stuck right in the center of events, and only he can save the lives of thousands.
Get ready for the explosive conclusion to the Rift Saga. This time there´s no turning back...
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Great story, bad formatting
This book is a satisfying conclusion to the Rift Saga. The story is well worth reading and does not disappoint.
However, I would have rated the book higher if the formatting of this edition was better. Contraction words (can't, won't, etc.) were broken across lines at the apostrophe as if they were separate words, and there were quite a number of typos in the smaller words (an instead of on and other stuff that a spellchecker wouldn't catch). If you can read around things like that without being overly distracted, it is well worth reading.