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Call to Arms by Joshua Dalzelle
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The Phage are moving again. They are congregating in the frontier in the Xi’an system and their presence threatens the destruction of the outlying colonies. Captain Jackson Wolfe, the only fleet Captain with actual combat experience against the Phage is now in commend of the latest and greatest terran destroyer, the Ares. At the side is his Executive Officer, Celesta Wright who will soon assume command of the destroyer Icarus. The Ares the first of the new Star Wolfe class of destroyers that now comprises the 9th Fleet.

But something has changed. The Phage have introduced a new weapon that can further change a confrontation that is out of control. Elements of the government have decided that fighting the Phage is hopeless and that the best way to survive is to hide. Captain Wolfe must fight and survive through deception and a the greatest risk to his life and career so far to confirm the plot and fight a withering no-win battle against the Phage. But in doing so, he shines light on a government conspiracy and finds unexpected help from the most unlikely source.

The ending is surprising and a little far-fetched, but then this science fiction. Like Warship before it, Call to Arms is a tale of never ending action, conspiracies and edge of the seat excitement that should appeal to all science fiction fans. Clabe Polk ( )
  CPolk625 | Jul 26, 2016 |
Second in the series of this military scifi author. I have to admit I get tired of the always insubordinate military hero, who somehow always gets away with it. But fun, mindless entertainment, anyway! ( )
  KirkLowery | Apr 20, 2016 |
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