The Axiom Paradox

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Pub Date 19 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 04 Oct 2021

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Fresh out of the academy, a team's first mission turns deadly when the secret organization Shadow demands Ensign Singe thwart the execution of a dangerous criminal. An act not easy to achieve when the discordant teammates are at odds with each other.  Varick—an IGC rule thumping lackey—pilots the craft and the other teammate—med-science officer Colobus leads them into a dangerous battle for the Light. Their fate lands them in the heart of a war where they must choose a side. But how do they choose when terrorists kidnap and torture them and the Intergalactic Council (IGC) want them dead.

Fresh out of the academy, a team's first mission turns deadly when the secret organization Shadow demands Ensign Singe thwart the execution of a dangerous criminal. An act not easy to achieve when...


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Received as a review copy from NetGalley, this is an honest review. This book will absolutely grab you from page one by the wickedly complex narrative that will keep you guessing whose an enemy or an ally of the Inter- Galactic Council. The characters of Zorina, Varick and Colobus are wonderful group of individuals that have this great bound unique as they each of their personal secrets that slowly begin to unravel that will both threaten their mission and their future within the IGC. The planet of Tambora not only provides a brilliant visual backdrop for the hellish secrets that unfolds but a mysterious character that molds why the IGC Jas any agenda upon the world in the first place. A deeply engaging series begins with this book. Highly recommended.

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