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Proxima Centauri - Hunt for the Lost AIs
Lisa Richman, author
The stench of the Norden Cartel is far from eradicated. Though Jason and his team have taken down Victoria North and freed many of the kidnapped AIs, several are still missing, and it’s the team’s job to find them. Even as they set things right, a small piece of technology procured from Norden’s crumbling criminal empire is enough to become the catalyst for an even worse catastrophe. Jason, Terrance, and the Phantom Blade team grapple with this new threat, unaware that it is far closer to home than they ever imagined. The struggle to bring about equality for AIs and make Alpha Centauri a home for all sentients balances on a knife’s edge. It will take everything Jason has to ensure the burgeoning civilization isn’t cut to ribbons.
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Amazon Customer

Kindle Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars 

Best one yet!

I've read just about all the Aeon 14 books, at least the ones released so far, and I love them all. There was something different about this one though, and it has given itself a name. Prime is as unhinged as Randall Flagg and as cunning as Iago. One of the best villains I've had the pleasure to read. I am certainly looking forward to his eventual showdown with Tanis, although I really do hope that Jason is the one who gives him his just deserts.

Andrew Wright

5.0 out of 5 stars 

An Epic Story

The first in this series of prequels surprised with its depth and characterisation.
This second weaves monumental storylines that will have far reaching consequences for the future.
The epic scale of the book cannot be understated and the writing reminds me strongly of Julian May and her Exiles books, not in story but in detail and narrative.
The story pulls you in and leaves you fidgeting for the next instalment.

James D. - Amazon Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars 

Suspense Mystery SciFi Thriller!

This is the first Aeon14 book that all four of those words apply to - AND it’s a great story AND it’s solid “hard SF” AND once again, there are characters to love, to hate, to cheer on and even to weep over. It’s a massive book - about 115,000 words … but it doesn’t “drag” anywhere. The suspense is tight enough that for the last half of the book, my stomach was in knots.
And of course, it’s superbly written, just as it’s precursor Alpha Centauri was. Kudos, Lisa!!
We really get to know Terrance and Jason much better (they are both major characters in the main Tanis-centric Aeon-14 storyline). And we learn a lot more about AI and human history just after the Sentience Wars. This book is a “must read”. And - be SURE to read the very last chapter after all the appendix info - revelations about … well, you’ll find out!
Can’t wait for the next in the series (Tau Ceti)!

Kindle Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars 

Another great story

Another masterful tale. Loved how it flowed and I had trouble putting it down ( only when my Wife insisted). Plenty of twists in the story and I like a villain who makes the good folk shine in the story. Try this, you won't be disappointed.

Scott R - Amazon Customer - UK

5.0 out of 5 stars 

An insane amount of enjoyment and thrills

What can i say, well it goes like this: amazing, a suspense filled thriller, twists, surprises, imaginative villains, immersive pages you keep turning.
This is one of the best co-authored books to date and it will be hard to beat as Richman stamps her authority on this Aeon14 book.
For those who are big fans and large readers of this universe you will be amazed at just how well it fits.
This is a finely tuned jigsaw with many thousands of pieces and this series just sits at home like it was planned from day 1.
I can only shake my head in amazement and bow down to the mastery on this book. If I could give 6 stars I would but a 5-star will have to do.
Now that I have gushed like a little girl at a pop band concert I shall do the manly thing and complain by saying there is a "wait for the next book" - obviously a travesty despite this book's large size.This series really needs a lot, lot more books than perhaps planned.

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