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What’s Search for the Saiph about?
umanity has narrowly beaten back the ‘Others’and they begin their exploratory mission of the alien Saiph worlds.
The defeated Others’ Fleet stumbles across a human merchant ship and captures The Happy Wanderer before it can purge it’s computers of it’s precious navigation and technical documents, putting the Others on a dangerous technical parity with humanity and it’s allies.
In addition the Commonwealth Union of Planets suffers a catastrophic betrayal at the hands of the Alonan Empire. If the Union cannot survive, how can they defeat the xenocidal Others?
Admiral John Radford is tasked to lead the Commonwealth Fleet in a hard fought, bloody battle and find a way to stop the Others from striking at the heart of humanity
Praise for Search for the Saiph:
- “The plot is very rich and intricate and the characters develop very nicely.”
- “An excellent read… The story moves at a cracking pace.”
- “An entertaining, fast moving, exciting story for space opera lovers.”
- “Great military action without much fluff.”
- “The plot is interesting and the story is fast moving… There is enough mayhem, shoot-outs, and twists to satisfy any sci-fi fan.”
Search for the Saiph is book 2 in PP Corcoran’s best-selling military science fiction ‘Saiph’ series.
The Saiph Series comes highly recommended from fans of the Honor Harrington and Lost Fleet series, the works of Jack McDevitt, John Ringo, The Mote In God’s Eye by Niven and Pournelle, Asimov and Arthur C Clark.
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