Aurora : Decima (Aurora 6)
Carrie Welles has survived more attacks than she can count, but each one has made her stronger. She refuses to be a victim anymore. While her nemesis, Sharley, continues to be a threat, she works with Harris and the Aurora team to protect the future, vowing to raise her children and fight as the soldier-mother she was destined to be.
Saul Harris has had visions of the Zeta ships hitting Earth years before they're due, but has no proof to warn the UNF. Scraping together a small contingent of Alpha units, he prepares for the onslaught as best he can. He embraces his gift and 'connection' with Welles and they dig further into his ancestry, only to have more haunting truths come to light.
As the invasion approaches, the new Aurora team members must find their place in the crew, while old team members reunite. They know they must band together with the Originals and their fellow Space and Earth Duty troops if they are to defend Earth against this attack.
But is it too little too late? Have Harris and Carrie done enough to protect their future? As they fight for survival against the Zetas in a battle that stretches across the UNF Space Zone, they soon realize the price of their freedom might be higher than they were expecting to pay.
- Paperback | 612 pages
- 152 x 229 x 35mm | 885g
- 20 Dec 2016
- Amanda Bridgeman
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"With the Aurora books you have to hang on tight because the action hits you in ever increasing waves until the biggie at the end and I love it that way. Relationships throughout this book mostly deepen and intensify, even with the AI computer ( Archie) in the fortress. What makes this series so good to my mind is the emotion that the author, Amanda Bridgeman, can draw from the reader. No, I don't mind shedding a tear or getting frustrated with those in control etc when reading. When an author can evoke an emotional response from me then I know I'm enjoying every minute of being in that moment. Combine that with a sense of humor ( love Archie ) and the Aurora teams camaraderie and you have a winner." Carol Gray, amazon.com.au.
"Decima rushes fast forward through a decade in time to the early arrival of a Zeta invasion and focuses on what the Aurora series does best - character and action driven science fiction. With book six in the series, Bridgeman took her foundation of characters and their relationships to the next level. They grew from well developed to complex and where the action went (and there's a lot, ) I felt the added intensity of my attachment to Aurora's crew." West Coast Book Reviews