Lines of Departure (Frontlines)

Vicious interstellar conflict with an indestructible alien species. Bloody civil war over the last habitable zones of the cosmos. Political unrest, militaristic police forces, dire threats to the Solar System…

Humanity is on the ropes, and after years of fighting a two-front war with losing odds, so is North American Defense Corps officer Andrew Grayson. He dreams of dropping out of the service one day, alongside his pilot girlfriend, but as warfare consumes entire planets and conditions on Earth deteriorate, he wonders if there will be anywhere left for them to go.

After surviving a disastrous space-borne assault, Grayson is reassigned to a ship bound for a distant colony—and packed with malcontents and troublemakers. His most dangerous battle has just begun.

In this sequel to the bestselling Terms of Enlistment, a weary soldier must fight to prevent the downfall of his species…or bear witness to humanity’s last, fleeting breaths.

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3 Comments

  1. Continuation of an Exciting and Interesting New Series This is book 2 of a new series by Kloos and while you can probably get a good deal out of it without the first book, Terms of Enlistment, you’ll likely do better reading that one first. 

  2. Marko hits it out of the ballpark….again. This book for those not familiar with the author is a continuation of the storyline in “Terms of Enlistment”. Here is the saga of Earth and humanity in the throes of extinction level disasters, both man made and those stemming from First Contact aliens. 

  3. Engrossing Fairly well developed characters and relatively plausible technology. What more do you want in military sci-fi? I found this book series to be one of the better ones I’ve read in the last year or so.

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