DEATH AND NEW BEGINNINGS
Shuos Jedao is awake.
…and nothing is as he remembers. In his mind he’s a teenager, a cadet—a nobody. But he finds himself in the body of an old man, a general controlling the elite forces of the hexarchate, and the most feared—and reviled—man in the galaxy.
Jedao carries orders from Hexarch Nirai Kujen to re-conquer the fractured pieces of the hexarchate on his behalf. But he has no memory of ever being a soldier, let alone a general, and the Kel soldiers under his command hate him for a massacre he can’t remember committing.
Kujen’s friendliness can’t hide the fact that he’s a tyrant. And what’s worse, Jedao and Kujen are being hunted by an enemy who knows more about Jedao and his crimes than he does himself...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Shrike58 - www.librarything.com
Upon completing the final book of this trilogy my internal question is whether the conclusion is merely satisfying or is it something of a comedown from the pyrotechnics of the first two books, as a ... Read full review
Revenant Gun: N/AUser Review - Yoon Ha Lee - www.publishersweekly.com
Lee concludes his brilliant Machineries of Empire trilogy (Raven Stratagem) with this volume that follows nine years after the soldier Kel Cheris—who carries some of the memories of the assassin ... Read full review