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Aurora: Meridian (Aurora #3)

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Their hardest battle will be fighting the enemy within ...
Captain Saul Harris has found himself at a crossroads. Haunted by dreams of the dead, he fights to keep his soldiers safe as events spiral out of his control. But has his search for the truth led him to discover there is more to this mission of chasing Sharley than meets the eye?
Meanwhile, Corporal Carrie Welles see
Paperback, 624 pages
Published October 9th 2014 by Momentum (first published September 11th 2014)
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Sep 20, 2014 Josh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Aurora series is probably the most character driven sci-fi series I've read and MERIDIAN continues that theme. With Carrie off the Aurora ship and fractured from her team in more ways then one, the tough and resilient Corporal Welles could've gone two ways; one succumb to her predicament and put her troubled past behind her, or two; fight back - and fight back she does.

One of the great things about the Aurora books is the notion of ultra humans, super soldiers known as 'jumbos' - evolved/cre
Ken Rubenstein
Nov 09, 2014 Ken Rubenstein rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Story Continues

An intriguing continuing saga & great read. Looking forward to coming chapters in this story as the situation for the team evolves & is yet to be finalized.
Elizabeth Fitzgerald
When the previous book left off, Carrie had just been unwillingly transferred off the Aurora after her inappropriate behaviour led to a conflict between other crew members. Her humiliation by friend and foe made Aurora: Pegasus a difficult read for me and I was a little bit wary of where Aurora: Meridian might lead.

The book picks up almost exactly where Pegasus left off--with Carrie aboard the Vortex in shock over her abandonment by the crew of the Aurora. While this despair is completely unders
Rick Keuning
Jan 10, 2015 Rick Keuning rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book three of Amanda Bridgeman’s Aurora series continues the adventures of the crew of the spaceship Aurora, which makes sense really. In particular, it focuses again on the two main characters Captain Saul Harris and Corporal Carrie Webb.

I really enjoyed Aurora: Meridian. It has all the elements that made the first two books great; Lots of terrific action and spot on story pacing and development. Sharley and his crew continue to be great villains and just enough of their plans and motives are
Sep 22, 2014 Jen rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: science-fiction
Aurora: Meridian

I've read the previous novels in this series (Thanks, NetGalley), and I couldn't wait to discover what Amanda Bridgeman could deliver with this one.

Aurora: Darwin - reviewed here.
Aurora: Pegasus - reviewed here.

I may have thought this would be a trilogy and that Aurora: Meridian would be the final installment, but that is not the case. There will be at least one more novel, maybe more.

OK -- Meridian didn't work as well for me as the previous novels have. Carrie's behavior seeme
Lily Malone
Jun 18, 2015 Lily Malone rated it really liked it
I think this is my favourite of the Aurora series thus far. I won the first 3 books in a giveaway, and have been having an Amanda Bridgeman binge, reading all three books Darwin, Pegasus and Meridian, within the last week. They're big books, but the writing is nice and big too, which helps.
Meridian sees Carrie Welles 'go it alone' - having been escorted off the Aurora. Carrie thinks the only way to help Doc, McKinley, Harris and all the Aurora crew is for her to gain Sharley's trust by submittin
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Born and raised in the seaside/country town of Geraldton, Western Australia, Amanda hails from fishing and farming stock. The youngest of four children, her three brothers raised her on a diet of Rocky, Rambo, Muhammad Ali and AC/DC. Naturally, she grew up somewhat of a tomboy, preferring to watch action/sci-fi films over the standard rom-com and liking her music rock hard. But that said, she can ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Aurora (6 books)
  • Aurora: Darwin (Aurora, #1)
  • Aurora: Pegasus (Aurora, #2)
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