The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier: Leviathan

Admiral John “Black Jack” Geary embarks on a brand-new mission—to defend the Alliance from itself—in New York Times bestselling author Jack Campbell’s latest action-packed novel…

Two Syndicate Worlds star systems have fallen prey to a mysterious fleet of warships—a fleet controlled entirely by artificial intelligence—that is now targeting Alliance space. The warships are no mystery to Admiral John “Black Jack” Geary. They were developed by his government to ensure security, but malfunctioned. If the Syndics learn the truth, the war with the Alliance will resume with a vengeance.
 
As the government attempts to conceal the existence of the AI warships—and its role in their creation—Geary pursues them, treading a fine line between mutiny and obedience. But it soon becomes clear that his fleet is no match for the firepower of the machine-piloted armada.
 
With the help of the Dancer species of aliens, Geary has tracked the AI ships to their secret base in the supposedly mythical Unity Alternate star system, where his fleet, the last hope for the Alliance’s future, will end the conflict at any cost…

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3 Comments

  1. Starts strong, but ends weak. My first unsatisfying lost fleet book For the first time ever, I find a lost fleet book lacking. I have loved this series since Dauntless, it is so good. You get the occasional trope, like how stupid some characters who can navigate and do advanced physics behave, but all and all a tremendous series. 

  2. Even Better Than The Last Book I am very impressed at how good this series is even after all these books. I never get tired or bored – or feel that we have retreads of the same story. Campbell manages to up the game every so slightly and effectively with each book – going places I would never have imagined. It’s made for wonderful reads that I can’t put down (or, in this case, stop listening to the Audible version). 

  3. Automated Warships Leviathan (2015) is the fifth SF novel in the Beyond the Frontier subseries of the The Lost Fleet series, following . The initial volume in this sequence is . 

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