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Blades of the Fallen

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The murder changes everything. The Vanguard is supposed to protect against such violence, not fall victim to it. But even the so-called ‘Fallen’ wouldn’t kill without reason. Would they?

The murderer changes everything. The Fallen keep to themselves, living comfortably separate to other Necurians. But he is dragging them towards war. Why is he so convinced that it’s the Va
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Kindle Edition, 449 pages
Published August 1st 2017
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Dean Haywood
Sep 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Five stars should be fifteen,bloody brilliant book ,have gotta read more of Ross Harrison's work.
L. S.
Jun 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
An awesome, Mass Effect-esque adventure of galactic proportions.

What seemed to be a simple assignment for two aspiring Vanguard turned into a haunting nightmare. Necurians are generally a peaceful race, but the upcoming conflict is going to test any and all of their convictions as they pursue a merciless killer across space.

Let me just say: wow. This was excellent from start to finish. Such a beautiful, expansive, and detailed world was created amidst so few pages. There were only a few instance
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USOM
Dec 04, 2017 rated it liked it
This book is pretty plot based, focusing on the intrigue of the world and the action within. I really loved the fight scenes and in many ways this is like a futuristic military drama. SO if you want that, this is the book for you! That's not normally what I read, so I had to get into it a little. I would have wanted a bit more of a gripping hook in the beginning of the book to keep me reading, but it's an entertaining book that has a lot of promise for the future.

Disclaimer: I received a copy o
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Ross Harrison is the author of novels and short stories in the realms of science fiction - specifically space opera and science fantasy - thriller, noir, and steampunk. He has been writing since childhood, and occasionally likes to revisit those old stories for a good cringe and nervous laugh. He also talks about himself in the 3rd person because it seems more professional.

Ross lives on the UK/Eir
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