Tiamat’s Wrath


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    Tiamat’s Wrath is book 8 of The Expanse novel series and turned out to be one of the most popular one from the saga. This contemporary science fiction novel is written by James S. A. Corey, who doesn’t leave any opportunity at all to impress its audience. He knows what his audience want and come up with exactly the same and this is what that endorses success for him as an author. The narration part of this audiobook is handled once again by Jefferson Mays. He has been brilliant with his stern and powerful voice just as he was in the prequels of this saga.

    Tiamat's Wrath

    As many as 1300 gates have opened right to the solar systems and all around the galaxy. But just as the mankind initiates to setup its interstellar empire right in the ruins of the alien, the threats and all the mysteries grow in much deeper and deeper.

    In the middle of all the dead systems, where the gates connects to those weird things than the alien planets, Okoye initiates a desperate hunt to find out the exact nature of a genocide, which existed well before the first human of the planet existed. This also includes the effort to search the required weapons in order to battle a war against the enemies at the brink of the imaginable. But, the price for all this could be beyond the affordability of what she could pay.

    Tiamat's Wrath

    Caliban’s War and Abaddon’s Gate are other top tier novels written by James S. A. Corey. They probably played a huge role in making The Expanse saga a huge success and also to put it up as the best-selling series in The New York Times.


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