Shiloh and Spud are ordered to capture a former friend and fellow Zygan Intelligence trainee who is attacking Zygan outposts, murdering innocent Zygans, and aiming to assassinate the Zygan Federation's King, the Omega Archon, in the name of freedom. Shiloh and her friends confront the insurgent and his minions, who relay a secret about their lives that turns their ships--and their universe--upside down. Shiloh, Spud, and their team must choose between submission and rebellion--a revolution can save millions of lives, but risk billions in an empire that has become a dictatorship. Calling on rebels, Valkyries, and heavenly allies to join them in the war to overthrow their King, Shiloh and Spud go rogue and face kidnappers and torturers to learn the truth about themselves and their world, Join Shiloh and Spud on a thrilling mission (which may be their last), across Andromeda and the Milky Way, in the fog of the Plegma nebula, and the smog of Victorian-era London. Will they--and the Zygan Federation--survive?
5 stars Reviewed By Romuald Dzemo for Readers’ Favorite
... Y.S. Pascal is skilled at creating tension and building a conflict that is phenomenal. The lead characters, Shiloh and Spud, are professional actors, but they lead a double life. When off the camera, they are fighters, intrepid secret agents for a covert intergalactic federation. It is fun following these two characters as they face impossible odds in very perilous missions. The setting is terrific, taking readers across the galaxy, traveling with the characters across Andromeda and the Milky Way. A lot of research has accompanied this trilogy and the author weaves the elements of the research neatly into the narrative. The prose is crisp, character development impeccable, and the pacing fast. ... packed with action, mystery, and suspense. The reader quickly learns to care about the characters and keeps on turning from chapter to chapter, concerned about them. The unpredictability in the plot makes this trilogy a thrill for fans of science fiction and fantasy.