September 12, 2020 1 min to read
Audiobook Review: Allies and Enemies: Exiles by Amy J. Murphy
Ironvale. Splitdawn. Poisoncry.
Three bloodthirsty guilds that control the decaying corner of space called the Reaches. This balance of power exists at a tipping point. One nudge and chaos reigns. Sela Tyron is willing to supply that nudge to help her partner with an important rescue. Even if it means trusting a shifty criminal. Or turning herself into a power-armored assassin.
If you love gritty, epic space opera like The Expanse or Firefly, this third installment in Allies and Enemies series is custom made for you. Voted a Dragon Award Finalist for Best Military Science Fiction Novel by Dragon Con.
Suit up. Time to join the fight.
Author: Amy J. Murphy
Narrator: Erin Bateman
Genre: SciFi, space opera, military, action, adventure, suspense
Standalone: nope – Read books one and two first Exiles is the only book that has had an epilogue but it still feels unfinished – especially John and Sela’s story (which makes sense since there are two more books in the series)
Part of a Series: Book 3 of the Allies and Enemies series
Steam Level: some innuendo but nothing explicit
Exiles is book 3 of the Allies and Enemies series. It is just as action-packed as the previous books and characters and storylines come together to build a massive explosion of insanity. Overall, Exiles is a lot of fun with unexpected twists and turns throughout. Amy J. Murphy’s hard work comes together in this Exiles.
I received this audiobook for free from StoryOrigin. This is my honest and voluntary review
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