Book: Sabotage (Constellation Book 2) by A. A. Smithcategories: Book, Science Fiction, Spy Thriller, Military, Religion, Prophecy, Series, War, Space Opera
A. A. Smithabout this book: 'Sabotage' really sets the stage for the remainder of the series and is intended to be accessible for those who did not read the first installment. My goal was to ramp up the tension while slowly advancing the prophecy first introduced in 'Constellation'.
In 'Sabotage', the cold war between the United Earth Alliance and the Jarufani Commonwealth has become much more unpredictable.
The UEA has become increasingly vulnerable to acts of terror from extremists who are devoted to the Jarufani religion, Laskvo. In an effort to create a less volatile environment, the UEA is sending a delegation to try and win over the Shakarians, a long time ally of the Jarufani. They are also sending an expeditionary group to a remote planet in an attempt to unlock ancient secrets that could change the balance of power in the galaxy.
Veteran operative Conrad R. Slade can see that the UEA is more vulnerable than ever, and will risk anything to eliminate the terrorist threat. He knows his way around in the shadows, but so do his enemies.
Slade and his protégé, Alondra Suarez will uncover a plot that reaches to the highest levels of the Jarufani Government.
Even the full military might of the Earth Forces will be powerless if it succeeds.
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