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Entropy's End (Targon Tales - Sethran Book 3) by [Reher, Chris]
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By the author of Quantum Tangle and Sky Hunter.

Ships are disappearing in subspace. Traders, rebels, pirates, and even military vessels are losing their way in the Big Nothing that makes space travel possible. Deep-cover agent Sethran Kada joins the investigation after his own navigator, Ciela, barely escapes the void with her mind intact. It soon becomes clear that this subspace trap is more than some natural phenomenon,

Seth’s search for answers leads him to a brutal penal colony on the brink of revolt, and uncovers a plot to destroy an entire planet. When evidence points to the return of the dangerous subspace entities known as Dyads, Air Command mobilizes to annihilate the threat at any cost.

Seth and Ciela pursue a Dyad who has infiltrated a key research complex where they discover that the inexorable subspace peril will not just threaten a single planet. It will mean the end of interstellar travel and destroy their Commonwealth civilization.

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  • Print Length: 247 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SUPS1OY
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars When's the next book coming out? 5 April 2016
By Marty Roth - Published on Amazon.com
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I greatly enjoyed all 3 books in this minicycle. Likeable characters, almost constant action, almost no time to enjoy this colorful universe. Actually I think this is the greatest weakness of these books, they often seem rushed. I'd very much like them to be a little more descriptive, a little slower in some situations to immerse more in their world for a little bit longer.
4.0 out of 5 stars The title says it all 25 October 2015
By Koffer - Published on Amazon.com
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The trilogy held my interest throughout, but the last book sped much too quickly to its conclusion for me. It was never clear to me how far in the future this story is supposed to be set, but it must be quite far for the extensive genetic drift in populations to occur. I would have preferred more backstory on how the real-space galaxy got to the state it was in. The dissolution of subspace and its resolution, which drove the entire story line, seemed to occur much to rapidly to allow me to suspend disbelief. The interaction of the three main characters was handled well, if somewhat predictably and later in the story than I expected. The action scenes were vivid and heightened my overall enjoyment reading Entropy's End.
5.0 out of 5 stars A great third novel 18 February 2016
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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A great third novel, tied up all the questions and brought the characters to a good place to end the book. I feel satisfied.
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb SciFi 16 May 2016
By Rolast - Published on Amazon.com
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A superb tale, well-developed characters threaded into a great ending. Not only is it a great story, but the grammar and spelling are impeccable. Sadly, many other good authors fail to have a good grasp of these basics -- or hire a good editor! Whichever, this author got both right. Some authors allow their stories to be distracted by neither!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love the Sethran books the most 14 August 2015
By Sherry Dixon - Published on Amazon.com
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I have now read all of Chris Reher's books, I found them very intertaining. I love the Sethran books the most. I hope she writes more on Seth's adventures.
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