Download Ep.#3 - "The Legend of Corinair": The Frontiers Saga by Ryk Brown PDF

By Ryk Brown

ISBN-10: 1480121134

ISBN-13: 9781480121133

Episode 3

A captain entering his own…
A handful of refugees stranded on board…
a potential traitor of their midst…
A voyage into the territory of the very enemy that pursues them…

occasionally legends develop into realities in unforeseen ways.

it sounds as if destiny has the staff of the Aurora firmly in its clutches.

“The Legend of Corinair” is a 72,000 note novel, and is the third episode within the Frontiers Saga.

Episode four, "Freedom's Dawn", Episode five, "Rise of the Corinari" and Episode 6, "Head of the Dragon can be found now on Amazon. Episode 7, "The Expanse" is coming in may possibly 2013.

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Nathan looked perplexed. He hadn’t considered the possibility that any of the workers would want to return to Haven. ” the man continued. “Well, yes, I suppose we could. ” Nathan felt all their eyes staring at him. “You see, there’s still a Ta’Akar warship in the area. I mean, we think that it’s still there. ” It was Josh’s first words since Nathan had entered the room and began speaking. Nathan could tell by the looks on their faces that he was speaking for everyone in the room. ” Marcus interrupted.

Nathan wasn’t sure if Tug was trying to force him to ask more specific questions in order to avoid revealing information unnecessarily—as Jessica had advised Nathan to do—or if he was just wanting to know where to start. “I guess I’m primarily interested in two things,” Nathan began. ” Tug adjusted himself in his chair, as if preparing to make a speech. “As I explained last night, the battle you were caught up in was the last stand for the rebellion. In recent years, the Ta’Akar have become more ruthless in their dealings with both the Karuzari and those that support us.

And, I might add, that such suspicions have also been an integral part of our tactics. ” Nathan asked. “While trust can be a wonderful thing, it can also be the most destructive of weapons,” Tug explained. ” “They must have spies on the ground,” Jessica concluded. “This is the most likely reason,” Jalea agreed. “It has been suspected for some time that the Ta’Akar have developed an extensive network of spies with which to monitor every inhabited world within the cluster. ” Nathan leaned back in his chair, contemplating all that he had heard thus far.

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