March 23, 2015

@CuriosityQuills #Review of Operation Chimera by Tony Healey , Matthew S. Cox

Generations of war with the savage Draxx have left humanity desperate for a way to gain the upper hand.
A chance to turn the tide in their favor is all legendary Captain Nicholas Driscoll needs to hear to lead an expedition behind enemy lines to the Chimera Nebula - a region of space so unstable it remains largely uncharted.

Lieutenant Michael Summers sees an opportunity to matter, a chance to let future generations exist in a universe without constant war. He and other brave young cadets join the Manhattan for its first dangerous mission - to penetrate the Chimera Nebula and discover what it is the Draxx are doing in there.

But first the ship and her crew will be tested by enemies both outside and within . . .

Not sure what it was with this one.  But it really wasn't for me.  It was very confusing at times.  And I ended up going back and rereading a lot of it.  Trying to understand what was going on.  In the end I gave up. 

 Go Into This One Knowing 

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