Former space marine Torin Kerr returns for one final adventure to save the Confederation in the last book in the military science fiction Peacekeeper trilogy.
Warden Torin Kerr has put her past behind her and built a life away from the war and everything that meant. From the good, from the bad. From the heroics, from the betrayal. She's created a place and purpose for others like her, a way to use their training for the good of the Confederation. She has friends, family, purpose.
Unfortunately, her past refuses to grant her the same absolution. Big Yellow, the ship form of the plastic aliens responsible for the war, returns. The Silsviss test the strength of the Confederation. Torin has to be Gunnery Sergeant Kerr once again and find a way to keep the peace.
Huff brings her action-packed Peacekeeper military SF trilogy to an explosive conclusion with this twisty third installment (after A Peace Divided). Former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr and her loyal multispecies Strike Team face the xenophobic terrorists of Humans First and the bizarre aliens called "the plastic" one last time. Torin and her team keep the peace as Wardens for the Justice arm of the Confederation, part of the force the Elder Races use to do their dirty work. But Torin's team discovers Humans First has a cell inside the Justice Department. They'll need to infiltrate and find the bad guys before the terrorists can instigate a civil war that could shatter the Confederation. To complicate matters, the alien plastic have returned. They could be powerful allies to the Confederation unless Humans First gets to them. This rapid-fire adventure is brimming with tense intrigue and lively, believable human and alien characters.
200 pages in and nothing happening. So boring.