Warrior Audio Book - Part Two of the Legacy Fleet Trilogy
Audio Book - Warrior book two of the legacy fleet trilogy is the second book in the Legacy Fleet trilogy by Nick Webb. It was published on November 16, 2015. We repelled the Swarm, for now. But they won’t stop: they’re inhuman. They have no inhibitions. No conscience. Warrior starts with a bang, as Granger swoops in to the New Dublin system to save it from a Swarm attack. He is a legend at this point, having not only saved Earth, but several other worlds from Swarm invasions. Near the end of the skirmish, a new alien race shows up—the Dolmasi. They claim to be friends of the Swarm, and warn Granger not to pursue the fleeing Swarm ships.
On Earth, both Vice President Isaacson and President Avery survive separate assassination attempts, and Isaacson, humbled by his guilt that he’s caused the destruction, nevertheless starts to suspect a conspiracy on Avery’s part, and begins to investigate her anti-matter program behind her back.
Avery narrowly avoids another assassination attempt in space that kills her body double and destroys her ship’s military escort frigate. Besieged constantly by the withering Swarm offensive as well as the unknown political enemies in the shadows, she gives the go-ahead to Granger to strike back into what they perceive is Swarm territory, though they can’t seem to find any actual Swarm planets, much less their homeworld.
Granger leads the assembled strike force deep into Swarm territory, crossing Russian Confederation space, and stumble upon a planet with a few orbiting Swarm carriers. After a short battle, the Dolmasi intervene again, destroying several ships in Granger’s fleet. Granger agrees to a negotiation meeting with Vishgane Kharsa. When they meet, they shake hands, and Granger momentarily blacks out and relives the vivid dream he’s been having about laying on a medical bed and staring out the window at a strange planet.
Proctor figures out that there is a meta-space link between all individuals controlled by the Swarm, and later discovers the existence of an actual Swarm virus that infects people. They detect this meta-space link coming from Vishgane Kharsa, and also a second signal coming either from Doc Wyatt, Colonel Hanrahan, or Granger himself.
They stumble upon another planet with several Russian ships around it. They withdraw under Russian threats, and their probes find another world with possible Swarm activity around it. When the images come back, Granger realizes it’s the image of the planet from his dreams, and remembers Kharsa—and the Swarm—feeling longing and nostalgia for the planet when he was temporarily connected to the alien during the handshake, as if it’s the Swarm homeworld.
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