Crucible Of Truth

Book Twelve of the Opus X Series

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Publisher Description

He was the one survivor on a tiny moon on the outer frontier.

An undying thirst for vengeance set him on a course to succeed or die trying.

She was a corp princess with a passion to serve others in law.

Now, she is Lady Justice, her indomitable will released to hunt down those who flaunt all she holds dear.

From the farthest points in the UTC, two humans dared to believe they might protect humanity for different reasons. Together, they take their war to the highest levels in the Confederation.

Not everyone desires change.

He will have vengeance, no matter the cost. She will dig for the truth, no matter how risky it is to reveal.

Buy Now and prepare for the mystery that will determine humanity's future.

"An incredibly good fictionalized accounting of humanity's future, and what Lin and Blackwell uncovered that shook the foundations of both the powerful and the elite." - UFE Interstellar News.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2021
February 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
530
Pages
PUBLISHER
LMBPN Publishing
SELLER
LMBPN Publishing
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Priest&Artist ,

VERY satisfactory ending to series

I really like this series, especially the characters. I even like the covers (which is rare for me). This last book, like the others, has lots of strong action and significant character development. Eric, Jia and Emma continue to be great heroes and interesting, ethically thoughtful people that I really enjoy reading about. The secondary characters are still great.

A lot of the implications of the earlier books are worked out in a thoroughly satisfactory way. Yes, there is an HEA (well, more than one, if you count non-humans). The snark is still funny. The battles are well-done and exciting. Characters continue to grow (and grow on you) in incremental, realistic ways. The possibility of a sequel is hinted at, mostly because Eric, Jia and Emma are so cool, but it isn’t necessary. No loose ends are left, which I appreciate, and I was left with a definite sense of what life is like “after”, also appreciated. The good guys win. The bad guys go down because of their efforts and that of many other dedicated people. The major development is from battles and raids to full on galactic war.

If you like the rest of the series, or similar space opera, I think you’ll like this one, but do not read this book before reading the rest of the series (yes, it’s totally worth it). Enjoy!

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