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SUNS ECLIPSED (The Indigo Reports: Book 2.0)

Space Opera Novel

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God I love these characters, a motley crew of fantastic beings.

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I am loving this series! The characters are complex and interesting while the action has lots of unexpected twists and turns.

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Not since I first read Anne McCaffrey’s Ship Series have I enjoyed a SF series more.

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Cameron again proves Robert Heinlein’s words “Specialization is for insects”, as he delights us with his storytelling talent across multiple genres.

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The action never really stops as the reader is pulled through the book at breakneck speed!

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I am continually amazed at the imagination of this author.

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By the time I finished the book all I kept thinking was Nooooooooooooooooo! I have to wait till the next book comes out to be able to continue reading the story.

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A motley crew, an impossible mission and a wack-a-doodle, vengeful mother combine to give us another exciting story.

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A kick-ass adventure set in space, with a scope as beautiful as the stars in the galaxies. I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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This is meatier, brain engaging and seat-belt fastening.

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Fast-paced adventure full of futuristic elements, all too human emotions and developments you will never see coming.

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A wonderful follow up to the previous book in this series. The story just keeps getting better and better.

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It’s not an impossible mission. It’s an insane one.

Ten people. Eriumans, Karassians, Free-Staters. None of them armed with anything more lethal than a single repaired and unreliable one-handed ghostmaker and a handful of bladed weapons, all of them with mental instabilities from years of brain wipes and memory manipulations.  Worse, Bellona Cardenas is uncertain of their loyalties. Ten fragile people to infiltrate the most secure facility in the Republic.

So begins Suns Eclipsed, the second book in the Indigo Reports space opera science fiction series by award-winning SF author Cameron Cooper.

The Indigo Reports series:
0.5 Flying Blind
1.0 New Star Rising
1.1 But Now I See
2.0 Suns Eclipsed
3.0 Worlds Beyond

Space Opera Science Fiction Novel

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by Hester on Suns Eclipsed
Fast paced action packed space adventure!

I absolutely loved this book! The story is intense!!! The plot is completely unpredictable and filled with surprises. The emotions are real, the horror is terrible and unfair and the action is sizzling!

I thoroughly enjoyed Sang's development and getting to know the Ledanians on a more personal level. Bellona's pain touched my heart.

I love that the space tech and terminology is understandable. Wow! Their invention is awesome!! I would love to see what other justice they dish out in the future.

I recommend this book if you crave something extraordinary and out of this world! You will not be dissapointed!!

by Audrey Cienki on Suns Eclipsed
Suns Eclipsed

Oh, Boy! Cameron drops us right into the middle of the action from the very start of the story. I could not put it down after reading the first paragraph.

Suns Eclipsed has the feel of my favorite sci-fi sagas. Action, aliens, advanced technology, questionable technology, varied civilizations, things not going as planned, etc; as well as allegories and vignettes which mirror the ‘real’ world. One such example is Chidi’s plan to explain away Shavistran as a fake. This is a great example of the “Big Lie” in action. And, my favorite quote from the book is “There is an inertia to a communal belief…”

Of course Cameron Cooper’s attention to detail more than satisfies the science junkie in me. Circadian rhythm, faraday cages, an Einstein-Rosen bridge!

I am so excited that there is more to come.

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