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The Invisible War PDF, ePub eBook Book 2 of the #1 Bestselling Space Opera, Dark Space (Kindle) THEIR SHIP IS DAMAGED . . . Ethan Ortane has just met his long lost son, Atton, but the circumstances could have been better. After a devastating bio-attack and the ensuing battle, they've fled Dark Space aboard the Defiant to get away from the crime lord, Alec Brondi, who's just stolen the most powerful vessel le Book 2 of the #1 Bestselling Space Opera, Dark Space (Kindle) THEIR SHIP IS DAMAGED . . . Ethan Ortane has just met his long lost son, Atton, but the circumstances could have been better. After a devastating bio-attack and the ensuing battle, they've fled Dark Space aboard the Defiant to get away from the crime lord, Alec Brondi, who's just stolen the most powerful vessel left in the fleet, a five-kilometer-long gladiator-class carrier called the Valiant. THEY ARE LOW ON FUEL . . . They need reinforcements to face Brondi, but beyond Dark Space, the comm relays are down, and they are low on fuel. AND THERE'S NO WAY OUT With Brondi behind them, they can't go back, but Sythian Space is fraught with entire fleets of cloaked alien ships. They can't leave the last human sector in the galaxy to the crime lords, so they must cross Sythian Space in a damaged, undermanned cruiser with no cloaking device. Making matter worse, trouble is brewing aboard the Defiant, dropping their chances of survival from slim . . . to none.

30 review for The Invisible War

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian Wilkerson

    Jasper Scott asked me to review his second Dark Space Novel, Invisible War. I gave his first book an A+ , and to this day it shares this honor with few others. I had high expectations of this book, but unfortunately, I was disappointed. I will examine Plot, Characters, and Polish before assigning a grade. PLOT There are a lot of problems here. 1.) The title says "Invisible War" but it's more like a roadtrip with bickering children. 2.) The stupidity of many characters. 3.) The Scythians' dispari Jasper Scott asked me to review his second Dark Space Novel, Invisible War. I gave his first book an A+ , and to this day it shares this honor with few others. I had high expectations of this book, but unfortunately, I was disappointed. I will examine Plot, Characters, and Polish before assigning a grade. PLOT There are a lot of problems here. 1.) The title says "Invisible War" but it's more like a roadtrip with bickering children. 2.) The stupidity of many characters. 3.) The Scythians' disparity of power. 4.) There are three (possibly four) plotlines in this story that never intersect and have no bearing on each other. 5.) There's no resolution for any of the plotlines at the end of the book. The main plot is entirely moving from Point A to Point B. I figured, "Okay, they'll be there by the end of the next chapter and then we can move on." Instead of a quick trip, the event is stretched out over hundreds of pages. The interludes to other plotlines make it feel even longer. There's no plot development. It's just a series of things going wrong to make the overall situation worse. By the end it was starting to feel like there was a sadistic game master in charge of this plot instead of the talented author from the last one. Everyone's carrying an idiot ball to facilitate this cosmic train wreck. 1. The previous overlord made a video of the "holo-skinner disguised as the overlord" thing, including directions where to find spare holoskins, it's labeled "legacy" and Atton doesn't delete it when the Big Bad is moments from taking over his ship. You'd think he'd have a "Emergency Delete" program for a case like this. This leads to Brondi's expanded evil plan. 2. Ethan makes no attempt to resemble the previous overlord except for his holo-skin, which makes everyone suspicious of him, and he steamrolls people with Supreme Overlord authority. This makes everyone happy to overthrow him. He gives Kurlin a sample of his blood which leads to the man learning his secret, and when blackmail comes, he fails to point out that Kurlin and himself were in a position of Mutually Assured Destruction until it was no longer helpful, and instead, a spiteful Taking-You-With-Me move. 3. In addition to his failed computer security, Atton silences loose ends in the worst possible way which makes him look worse later. On Tvtropes, it's what we call a "Revealing Cover Up". 4. Kurlin is obsessed with getting off the Vailant because he thinks its dangerous despite the entire universe being dangerous to humans at this point. For some reason he thinks he will be safer in one space station than another when both are in enemy territory. There are three plotlines here (maybe four). There's the ship moving to Obsidan Station, Brondie dealing with an invisible soldier in his stolen ship, and Destra (Ethan's wife) doing stuff ten years before this story starts. None of them intersect or influence each other. Anyone of these could be a full story (and no doubt a good one based on the last book) if they were given the space of a full book, but they're not. They're compressed together and the author switches based on a reason that I cannot fathom. It's the same mistake highschoolers and college freshman make; your premise is not specific enough and so your paper is a generalized and unfocused mess. It's especially appalling because the first book was so focused and cohesive. There is no ending for any of the storylines. The action simply cuts off at the darkest point. It's that Goading Cliffhanger that infuriates me. It's not an author tactic; it's a business tactic. I don't like being left hanging. I want closure for the book's conflict, especially in a series. To do otherwise is lazy and greedy. CHARACTERS From a character perspective, the only good part of this story was Alara's identity crisis. In the last story, a slave chip was implanted in her that overrode her personality with a different one and the bulk of her scenes in this plot are about her dealing with that dissonance. It was interesting to see her perspective on it contrasted with that of others that knew her before, and those that didn't. The section on Idiot Balls from the previous section states how I feel about the other characters. The Scythians are still a void. After two stories I expect to learn something about them but I know nothing about them. They might as well be random space monsters for all the influence they have on the plot. It was okay in the first book because they were in the background, but now they're not, and so I want to see some motivation. POLISH Nothing major in terms of spelling or grammar. The only polishing problem is the story splicing mentioned earlier. I considered giving this book the lowest grade but I ultimately decided against that. It has some good points and it's not as bad as another book I reviewed. Trickster Eric Novels gives "Dark Space II: Invisible War" a D- This is a free review request. I received nothing for it except a free copy of the book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Dawson

    I enjoyed the Invisible War. We finally get to see the full strength of the Synthian army. No wonder humans didn't stand a chance! I hope to learn more about their motivations in future books. The shift from Ethan (Overlord) was a little strange. He also seemed to have change a bit, his decisions seemed a bit harsher. He's a bit uneven tempered. However, I really enjoyed the focus on Alara. Previously she was a little one dimensional so it was nice for her to turn into someone I could really roo I enjoyed the Invisible War. We finally get to see the full strength of the Synthian army. No wonder humans didn't stand a chance! I hope to learn more about their motivations in future books. The shift from Ethan (Overlord) was a little strange. He also seemed to have change a bit, his decisions seemed a bit harsher. He's a bit uneven tempered. However, I really enjoyed the focus on Alara. Previously she was a little one dimensional so it was nice for her to turn into someone I could really root for. Same goes for Destra. It's nice when an author can get kick ass female charectors into a story. The space fighting was well done. It's hard for me to keep up with scenes like those but I was able to in this book. I'm really loving this series! I'm just dying to get some answers and Mr. Scott sure knows how to create cliff hangers!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Scott Whitmore

    After a brief prologue, Dark Space (Book 2): The Invisible War by Jasper T. Scott (@JasperTScott) picks up right where the action-packed first book of the series left off (see my review) with more of the same. It makes for a fun, fast-moving popcorn-movie type of read. In his bid to rule Dark Space, the isolated part of the galaxy that had become humanity’s hiding place after losing a devastating war to the alien Sythians, crime boss Alec Brondi captures the largest remaining human warship by unl After a brief prologue, Dark Space (Book 2): The Invisible War by Jasper T. Scott (@JasperTScott) picks up right where the action-packed first book of the series left off (see my review) with more of the same. It makes for a fun, fast-moving popcorn-movie type of read. In his bid to rule Dark Space, the isolated part of the galaxy that had become humanity’s hiding place after losing a devastating war to the alien Sythians, crime boss Alec Brondi captures the largest remaining human warship by unleashing a devastating biologic weapon. Led by former smuggler Ethan Ortane and his son Atton, a small contingent escapes from Brondi by passing through a jump gate into Sythian-controlled space. Their only hope to re-capture Dark Space is to link up with the isolated remnants of humans resisting the skull-faced conqueror aliens, who possess cloaking technology that allows them to become invisible to human eyes and sensors. As if fighting through enemy-controlled space isn’t hard enough, there are plenty of other obstacles for Ethan and his son to overcome, including the threat of their crew discovering some unsavory secrets about them. Atton is the latest in a long line impersonating the Supreme Overlord and it was his father who — unwittingly — delivered the deadly bio-agent that killed tens of thousands as the centerpiece of Brondi’s plan. And then there is that highly unusual passenger located in the lower part of the ship… Dark Space 2: The Invisible War is both a sequel and a prequel, as the narrative shifts to explain how Destra Ortane, mother of Atton and wife of Ethan, survived the initial Sythian assault on her planet ten years earlier. I enjoyed Destra’s story just as much as the main plot involving Ethan and Atton, and I hope she plays an even larger role in the future. The various plot threads of the book end in a series of cliffhangers that have me anticipating the next installment in this series. For more on the author and his writing, visit his website.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michael Pang

    Look to my review of book #1, much of the same (the space battles, etc.) with definite improvements by the author. I like the addition of some backstory (flashbacks in time to discover what happened to main character's wife) which was interesting. It appears that the author expanded and grew while writing this sequel to his debut. In short, everything you liked from the 1st book plus some added depth to the overall story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Guerino

    great story reminds me of battlestar galactica

  6. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Kupres

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Part 2, as we continue to follow Ethan and Alara and their subsequent capture by the crime lord Brondi. Brondi’s plot is to take over the last remnants of the Imperium by capturing the Overlord’s ship and the approximately 50,000 occupants by sending Ethan to do the job. Once his mission is complete, his debt will be paid off and Alara will be set free for them to live happily ever after, except that he’s still devoted to his wife that may or may not be alive. Part of Brondi’s approach to his ta Part 2, as we continue to follow Ethan and Alara and their subsequent capture by the crime lord Brondi. Brondi’s plot is to take over the last remnants of the Imperium by capturing the Overlord’s ship and the approximately 50,000 occupants by sending Ethan to do the job. Once his mission is complete, his debt will be paid off and Alara will be set free for them to live happily ever after, except that he’s still devoted to his wife that may or may not be alive. Part of Brondi’s approach to his takeover, was to blackmail a doctor into creating a virus that only they had the cure to, which he infected Ethan with. Once Ethan is sent on his mission, via a Nova pilot who, they captured and through the holoskin technology infiltrates the ship and infects the ship. This is where it gets a little too convenient. The Overlord is a holoskinner himself and discovers Ethan is also and reveals himself to be his long lost son Atton. When they discover each other, they swap places and prepare for Brondi, only to have to abandon ship with a smaller ship and Brondi’s personal Corvette. It is then after stealing his ship that Ethan learns that the doctor who created the virus is being held captive as well as Alara but she is now Angel the pleasure girl as she has had a slave chip implanted. As she battles with her identity, Ethan and Atton set out plan to take back their ship with a skeleton crew but with a secret weapon. While this series may not be for everyone, I thoroughly enjoy it and find this one to be better than the first book. Its entertainment!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Asl4u

    i enjoyed this book even more than the first - the only thing i wish is the the writer understand that simply changing a letter in a word does not change the profanity. If your characters are going to say fuck - just make it fuck. you’re not fooling anyone - with Frack and crack and you’re not reducing the PG rating - you’re simply calling attention to the fact that you know you’re being socially inappropriate.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gareth

    Good so far I'm enjoying this series of books. This one took me a lot longer to finish as I was very busy between but it is written good enough that you can jump back into it relatively easily. The story can go in any direction at the moment. As a bit of a miserable sod I'm enjoying the crap situations that the characters keep finding themselves in! Good so far

  9. 4 out of 5

    John F. Wells Jr.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another great chapter for Ethan and Allara, Brondi is imprisoned and all seems well. Hopefully the Gor will be treated fairly as they try to remain free from being used as slaves. It will be interesting to see what direction Atta takes with the fleet and will Gina ever not be angry.I will be starting the fourth book soon.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sotolf Flasskjegg

    This is another high quality book, and though it feels a bit like a transport from the first to the third book it has some really good moments, it seems like everything I pick up by Scott is well worth a read, so I'll for sure continue on with the series, great book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Johnny Reads

    As good as the first one, can't wait to pick the next installment.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lira

    Another good installment. Pace and complexity right where I like them.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Paul Jones

    Another great story Jasper does it again with the continuing story that draws you into the world of Dark Space and great characters. Can't wait to the next one.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Keith A Phillips

    Very good and enjoyable space story Nice pace, develops multiple story lines, easy to follow considering its book #2. On to book 3 in the saga! I am hooked.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Don Viecelli

    From My Newsletter Number 48: This review is on Dark Space (Book 2) The Invisible War by Jasper T. Scott. It is a new series I found online by chance while looking for new ebooks to read on Amazon.com. Mr. Scott is a relatively new author and this series is very popular in the UK as well as the US according to the many thousands of ebooks sold to date. Dark Space (Book 2) The Invisible War starts with a Prologue set ten years earlier in the story. Ethan’s wife, Destra, and their young son, Atton, From My Newsletter Number 48: This review is on Dark Space (Book 2) The Invisible War by Jasper T. Scott. It is a new series I found online by chance while looking for new ebooks to read on Amazon.com. Mr. Scott is a relatively new author and this series is very popular in the UK as well as the US according to the many thousands of ebooks sold to date. Dark Space (Book 2) The Invisible War starts with a Prologue set ten years earlier in the story. Ethan’s wife, Destra, and their young son, Atton, are left behind in Roka City when the Sythians attack the planet. In desperation, Destra gives Atton to her ISS space captain uncle to escape on a small Corvette leaving the planet to fly back to the Valiant. Destra and thousands of others are abandoned to their fates. As the main story continues, Ethan is in charge of the Defiant, the last space cruiser that escapes from the Valiant. The Overlord in charge of the ISS Space Fleet is ready to show Ethan how they can defeat the Sythians and win the war. It will not be an easy task. They would have to cross real Dark Space through the space gates, which are guarded by enemy Sythians. After numerous space battles with the Sythians, the Defiant is almost destroyed and loses most of her power. Ethan and his surviving fighters are stranded in Dark Space and their only hope is to send Alara and a crew aboard a Corvette to find help. This story ends with everything hanging in the balance. The conclusion will be found in Dark Space III: Origin to be released in October 2013. I give this story four stars as well because of the new back stories, the interesting characters and the exciting space battle scenes. I am looking forward to reading the final book in the series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Craig

    So so. Only finished it because I read the first one but this just went through the motions.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael Long

    In this second book, the crew of the Defiant attempt to travel across Sythian space to get to Obsidian Station. There, they hope to get help and resources to be able to get back and take the Valiant. Meanwhile, Brondi decides to go after the other human fleet, and the book also covers some of what happened to Ethan’s wife Destra. This book is so much darker than the first and things just keep getting worse and worse for the crew. Pretty much the exact opposite happens from what you would want/exp In this second book, the crew of the Defiant attempt to travel across Sythian space to get to Obsidian Station. There, they hope to get help and resources to be able to get back and take the Valiant. Meanwhile, Brondi decides to go after the other human fleet, and the book also covers some of what happened to Ethan’s wife Destra. This book is so much darker than the first and things just keep getting worse and worse for the crew. Pretty much the exact opposite happens from what you would want/expect every page. It really is a bit depressing and I really hope things improve in the future books. However, there is certainly a ton of action, lots of twists and turns, and some great back story about Destra. Brondi continues his evil ways and Ethan and Atton get quite a few surprises. Illara really grows as a character here and is one of the heroes of the story. The narrator did a great job. He has a few strange inflections at times, but for the most part he did a fine job. I particularly liked his voice for the Overlord. Overall a great, if not depressing continuation of the story and a great lead in to the next book. NOTE: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Keenan Ratushniak

    I loved the first book so much and couldn't wait to start reading this one as soon as I read the last page of the first book. This book leaves off right after the first one seamlessly. I like how the story continues for all the characters. This sequel does a nice job of pulling away slightly from some of the main characters and fills in the back story of other characters as well as the setting of the story. The stories flip from different characters just like the first book however this one does I loved the first book so much and couldn't wait to start reading this one as soon as I read the last page of the first book. This book leaves off right after the first one seamlessly. I like how the story continues for all the characters. This sequel does a nice job of pulling away slightly from some of the main characters and fills in the back story of other characters as well as the setting of the story. The stories flip from different characters just like the first book however this one does a nice job also of starting the back story in the past and slowly bringing it to the present day. For example some of the characters story starts back at year 0 A.D. which is as soon as the exodus took place. It flips from telling the back story from 0 A.D. to present 10 A.D.. You can expect all the great things in this book as you got to love from the first in the series, action, suspense, and the urge of just wanting to read on and on. Anyone that loves scifi should get great enjoyment from this novel.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Graham Browne

    Jasper T Scott Nice work young Mr Scott! Your interests in all the popular Sci fi movies certainly has a healthy influence on the Dark Space series. At 57yo myself and also a big sci fi buff, it is rare that a book can hold the attention and interest to the very end, longing for the next installment. The true identity of the overlord came as a surprise in this book, especially who they were related to as well. With scenes choping and changing with who were up to their neck in trouble certainly ke Jasper T Scott Nice work young Mr Scott! Your interests in all the popular Sci fi movies certainly has a healthy influence on the Dark Space series. At 57yo myself and also a big sci fi buff, it is rare that a book can hold the attention and interest to the very end, longing for the next installment. The true identity of the overlord came as a surprise in this book, especially who they were related to as well. With scenes choping and changing with who were up to their neck in trouble certainly kept me intrigued to the early hours. For anyone who enjoys letting their imagination to run wild in their head, with action, mystery & intrigue, and a multitude of charismatic charactors, I strongly recommend this and the first book to you with a 99% probability that you will download or purchase the third.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Read Ng

    This was a free ebook. Part two picks up right after the first installment. This is character development time as we delve into some secondary characters. Just how and when their story lines come together is yet to occur. This is not a story all in its own, but all part of a long sequence of tales. These books are not intended to be read separately. Okay, I was not sure that I cared how the story was going and was starting to lose interest. By the end of this portion, I find myself wondering wher This was a free ebook. Part two picks up right after the first installment. This is character development time as we delve into some secondary characters. Just how and when their story lines come together is yet to occur. This is not a story all in its own, but all part of a long sequence of tales. These books are not intended to be read separately. Okay, I was not sure that I cared how the story was going and was starting to lose interest. By the end of this portion, I find myself wondering where the tale will end. I guess that is the whole point of a good book, it sucks you in and you start to care about the characters. I would much rather have the complete work in my hands, but this is all I have right now. I do find it difficult to rate story segments. I am so used to stories having a beginning, middle, and end. I will be looking for the next installment. Have a GoodReads.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michael Emmer

    I downloaded this as soon as I finished the first one. While the book isn't perfect I found myself being drawn into the universe that Jasper T Scott has created. I find myself wanting to know more. There are some slow sections but for me this was a page turner/swiper. After I finished I downloaded the third book. I read other reviews of this book. To me It was a quick read that I enjoyed. With the exception of one scene (that I didn't think needed to be as descriptive with Angel/Alara in the Ove I downloaded this as soon as I finished the first one. While the book isn't perfect I found myself being drawn into the universe that Jasper T Scott has created. I find myself wanting to know more. There are some slow sections but for me this was a page turner/swiper. After I finished I downloaded the third book. I read other reviews of this book. To me It was a quick read that I enjoyed. With the exception of one scene (that I didn't think needed to be as descriptive with Angel/Alara in the Overlord's room) I will let me 12 year old son read this series. He is into games like Mass Effect and I think this would be right up his alley. And no I don't let him follow certain story lines in Mass Effect (relationships). Overall good book. I will post a review on book three when I am done.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jean Brandenburg

    I got the first of this series as a free book, and liked it. At the end it offered the 2nd of the series if you wrote a review, so I did and received this book for free as well. I'm so glad I did, because this sequel is much better than the first. The first one was good, but my complaint was that it was short and the characters weren't developed. You felt you didn't know them. In this book, the story goes on, AND the characters come alive. It's a story of survival through some terrible trials. Y I got the first of this series as a free book, and liked it. At the end it offered the 2nd of the series if you wrote a review, so I did and received this book for free as well. I'm so glad I did, because this sequel is much better than the first. The first one was good, but my complaint was that it was short and the characters weren't developed. You felt you didn't know them. In this book, the story goes on, AND the characters come alive. It's a story of survival through some terrible trials. You are taken back and forth from the main Character to 10 years earlier where you are with the wife of the main character. And you never know if the wife survives. We have to read the 3rd book to find that out. I assume. :)

  23. 4 out of 5

    William

    This is still a good story and I definitely recommend it. The author uses a method of storytelling that jumps from the "present" (sometime way in the future) to ten years earlier and back and forth, etc.. I found it difficult to keep the storyline straight. I have to admit that I wasn't able to read this straight through and had to take a number of two and three day breaks. This and the story skipping back and forth made it more difficult than normal to keep everything clear. The Space battles a This is still a good story and I definitely recommend it. The author uses a method of storytelling that jumps from the "present" (sometime way in the future) to ten years earlier and back and forth, etc.. I found it difficult to keep the storyline straight. I have to admit that I wasn't able to read this straight through and had to take a number of two and three day breaks. This and the story skipping back and forth made it more difficult than normal to keep everything clear. The Space battles are still exciting but are becoming almost routine and predictable. Like I said, it's still enjoyable and worth reading, it just lacks some of the excitement and freshness of the first in the series. By: "THE HOLEY ONE

  24. 5 out of 5

    Admir Mulaosmanovic

    Dark Space keeps getting better and better. The second book Dark Space: The Invisible War is even more exciting and more interesting book with a lot of twists and cliffhangers. Sub-plot, "adventures of Destra Ortane" (i took liberty of naming it that), is incredibly interesting as well. I can't wait to find out what will happen to her in the next part. :) I loved the reunion of Ethan, his son and later on Alara. These three characters are really growing on me (fig). I loved the deep space battle Dark Space keeps getting better and better. The second book Dark Space: The Invisible War is even more exciting and more interesting book with a lot of twists and cliffhangers. Sub-plot, "adventures of Destra Ortane" (i took liberty of naming it that), is incredibly interesting as well. I can't wait to find out what will happen to her in the next part. :) I loved the reunion of Ethan, his son and later on Alara. These three characters are really growing on me (fig). I loved the deep space battles between nova fighters and the "shells". Dark Space would be one (or more) awesome movie. Jasper T. Scott is an incredible writer and I can't wait to read his entire collection.

  25. 5 out of 5

    ♣Tessa♣

    I love this series. I got it as part of a compilation (Stars & Empire 2), so I naturally had to get the first part so this would make sense. While there are moments I feel like the story is dragging, it's quickly replaced with action. Its unexpected, things don't always go right, and the little plot twists are exciting. I love the world building, the characters, and the in depth story line. I originally read the first (also in a compilation) so this book would make sense, but now I find myse I love this series. I got it as part of a compilation (Stars & Empire 2), so I naturally had to get the first part so this would make sense. While there are moments I feel like the story is dragging, it's quickly replaced with action. Its unexpected, things don't always go right, and the little plot twists are exciting. I love the world building, the characters, and the in depth story line. I originally read the first (also in a compilation) so this book would make sense, but now I find myself wanting to continue the series beyond the compilation books as the story lines hooked me.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

    Dark Space 2 follows on directly from where Dark Space finishes, and continues in the same high octane fashion with battles galore. However this does not detract from the story and actually fits rather well. With the second book of the series the tale of Ethan's wife is introduced which works to add another dimension to the story. My only grumble is how some of the characters make seemingly very naive decisions for survivors of a galactic war. Despite this i eagerly await the third installment.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mary Whitehead

    Great series, February 24, 2015 By Mary Whitehead This review is from: Dark Space (Book 2): The Invisible War (Kindle Edition) i was hooked on this series with the first book and this second book really has me really looking forward to the next installment. It's been a long time since I've seen any really new idea in SF fiction, but the author's idea of "chipping" is indeed something new. There are so many twists and turns you never know what's happening next, and the ending will leave you begg Great series, February 24, 2015 By Mary Whitehead This review is from: Dark Space (Book 2): The Invisible War (Kindle Edition) i was hooked on this series with the first book and this second book really has me really looking forward to the next installment. It's been a long time since I've seen any really new idea in SF fiction, but the author's idea of "chipping" is indeed something new. There are so many twists and turns you never know what's happening next, and the ending will leave you begging for more !

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael Walton

    Amazing Continuation Of An Already Great Sci-fi Series Words cannot describe how engrossing this book and series have been. if you love Sci-fi, then read this series. Everything is fantastic and there is nothing I can say wrong about this book. I love the flash backs, which gives more light and more back story to this amazing world that has been thoughtfully and carefully planned and created. Can't wait to read the next one in the series. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves Sci-fi or a grea Amazing Continuation Of An Already Great Sci-fi Series Words cannot describe how engrossing this book and series have been. if you love Sci-fi, then read this series. Everything is fantastic and there is nothing I can say wrong about this book. I love the flash backs, which gives more light and more back story to this amazing world that has been thoughtfully and carefully planned and created. Can't wait to read the next one in the series. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves Sci-fi or a great story.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lee

    Kick butt This was another kick butt ride. I took away a star because I hated the constant 10 year shift in stories. Almost every chapter switched point of views and really different stories. It was like trying to read 2 books at the sand time, finishing a chapter in one before switching to read a chapter in the other. With most of those chapters ending in cliffhangers. It was pretty frustrating. I wasn't a fan of that writing style at all!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Buckey Turk

    Great book, actually better than the original. Tied together several relationships that were very puzzling for me at the end of the first book. I have been waiting with a worm on my tongue (bated breath), that dates me, for this next book. I really enjoyed the character development in this book, the first book had to set the stage and plot but here there was more time to flesh out the characters

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