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Aftershocks (The Palladium Wars, #1) A Solar System Fights To Survive And Reform In The Wake Of War, But The Real Battle Is About To Begin.Across The Six Planet Expanse Of The Gaia System, The Earthlike Gretia Struggles To Stabilize In The Wake Of An Interplanetary War Amid An Uneasy Alliance To Maintain Economies, Resources, And Populations, Aden Robertson Reemerges After Devoting Fifteen Years Of His Life To The Reviled Losing Side, With The Blood Of Half A Million Casualties On His Hands, Aden Is Looking For A Way To Move On He S Not The Only One.A Naval Officer Has Borne Witness To Inconceivable Attacks On A Salvaged Fleet A Sergeant With The Occupation Forces Is Treading Increasingly Hostile Ground And A Young Woman, Thrust Into The Responsibility As Vice President Of Her Family S Raw Materials Empire, Faces A Threat She Never Anticipated.Now, On The Cusp Of An Explosive And Wide Reaching Insurrection, Aden Plunges Once Again Into The Brutal Life He Longed To Forget He S Been On The Wrong Side Of War Before But This Time, The New Enemy Has Yet To Reveal Themselves Or Their Dangerous Endgame.


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10 thoughts on “Aftershocks (The Palladium Wars, #1)

  1. says:

    Simply inhaled this.Be warned it s the first in a series, and ends on the sort of cliffhanger that causes readers to breathe brimstone and pitchforks If you can t stand that sort of ending, then buy the book and stash it underneath that copy of Proust you ve always meant to read, until the next comes out.It starts deceptively slowly, as Aden, who has been a priso


  2. says:

    Solid opening on two counts The beginning of the novel was pretty strong with the whole what are we going to do after being in a PoW vibe going on, full of space opera MilSF goodness between two human populations.The other solid opening was for the expectation of a full series.Unfortunately, the actual novel does not feel all that much like a set piece It might be fine


  3. says:

    As much as I think the finale of Star Trek Deep Space Nine might be one of the best TV finales ever, I do wish we had seen canonically, on screen what the aftermath of the Dominion War brought It s one thing to tell a war story and DS9 told it well and another to talk about after the war About picking up the pieces, rebuilding, and healing wounds of all varieties Aftershocks


  4. says:

    Quite an unexpected hit for me as I started but never progressed in the author s debut six volume series Frontlines an prime book of the month in July 2019, I got a sample in my email and the first page intrigued me, so I started reading and couldn t put the book down until the end, while volume 2 became a clear asap Closer to space opera than pure military sf though on a multipl


  5. says:

    Space opera I love a solid space opera Not to be confused with space fantasy, where people have mystical powers and laser swords, and there are space dragons and the like Marko Kloos writes plausible, believable space opera with a military bent.So, this was my free Kindle book this month I agonised over the choice Most of the other choices were crimey or weepy, by the looks of things, a


  6. says:

    Aftershocks is a very solid first book in a new science fiction series that revolves around six planets striving for stability after a war has ended The story is told through multiple points of view each showing a different area of how order is maintained within the solar system and how it affects different individuals However, it doesn t take too long in the story before we see that the orde


  7. says:

    I was fortunate to receive an ARC of this via NetGalley, and was excited to dig in The premise appealed to me it has been years since the aftermath of a war that spanned solar systems, in which an alliance of planets finally succeeded in overtaking the miltaristic society of Gretia Now, after a period of peace as society struggles to right itself and the Gretian way of life is all but dismantled, u


  8. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for providing a copy of this book for review.I was interested to read this book all I knew about Marko Kloos was that he got caught up in the Sad Puppies Hugo kerfuffle against his will a few years ago and acquitted himself honorably This was th start of a new series so it seemed like a good place to jump in.There is a LOT of setup in this book There are four points of view One is Ade


  9. says:

    After 5 years as a POW, Aden tries to come to terms with reality and forge a life for himself in a system that disdains his people as warmongers But when a Palladian security force is wiped out and an advanced warship stolen, it s clear that a time of dearly bought peace is about to end.I really enjoyed Aftershocks by Marko Kloos Correction I WAS really enjoying it And then it stopped Rather abruptly Like when


  10. says:

    It s a 3.5, rounded up.Finally a Sci fi that didn t leave me feeling stupid.A war criminal, Aden, has spent the last 5 years imprisoned on Rhodia One year longer than the war went for The time has finally come, he is out, it s time to head home, to his planet Gretia Deciding to take the long route, he buys passage on a cargo ship All goes well until they are hit by pirates and left drifting in an escape pod.Indina i


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