Debt of Honor: The Embers of War, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 56 minutes|
|Author||Christopher G. Nuttall|
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||19 May 2020|
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Reviewed in Australia on 21 May 2020
The war with the Theocracy was won but now the victors have the worse problem of victory. Occupation duty that has similarities with those following the Iraq invasion only much worse, a rump Theocracy fleet engaging in hit and run raids and at home an economy suffering a downturn. In the theme that there is no crisis that a politician can't make worse is the conflict between the king and parliament. A young inexperienced king who wishes his budget to be passed without compromise and parliament who has it's own pet ideas. As the layoffs begin and the violence in the occupied regions grows someone is playing games in the background. I enjoyed the tale and we get some good reveals. In the epilogue we discover who this person was and it might be the same person who was sabotageing the Commonwealth at the beginning of the Theocracy Commonwealth conflict. The ending sets up the next 2 entries nicely and I'm looking forward to reading them.
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first in new seriesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 August 2020
Bit slow to start
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