Infestation: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #5

by J. J. Mathews

Book Cover: Infestation: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #5
Editions:ePub: $ 4.99
ISBN: 9780995136427
Pages: 452
Paperback: $ 21.99
ISBN: 9780995136410
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 452

A.D. 3596

While Xathen are of many body-forms, they are all Xathen, one and united.

However, a billion years ago the Xathen fought each other in the bloodiest civil war the galaxy has ever seen. Trillions died and hundreds of star systems were extinguished as battles raged all across the Milky Way.

They fought not over race or body-form, but over a single ideal:

Thou Shalt Not Interfere.

The losers fled the galaxy entirely, cast out into the great dark between the stars.

The winners were left to play as gods with the Orion Spur, fostering one cluster of new intelligences after another, wiping them out, then starting again.

We are the result of their toils.

Now those who had fled have returned.

They call themselves the True Xathen.

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Reviews:Fiona Revell on GoodReads wrote:

Love, loss, action,adventure

Love, loss, action,adventure this book has it all and in of course set in space with different species! The characters are well thought out and you really feel you get to know them well. There are many twists and turns making this one of those books you don't want to put down and keep you thinking long after you finish it. There are some very unique aspects to this book and indeed the series that I've not read elsewhere and are again extremely well thought out and written. This can read as a stand alone but I would say is far better as part of the series. Definitely a 10/10 must read!!

Angie Blaver on Amazon wrote:

Taylor rocks!

The world building is very creative, with long lifespans, various looking beings with unique traits, and histories of wars and extinctions over milennia. So what does it mean to be a Xathen, True or no? Spirit-Mother and matriarch Taylor continues to be a rock for her peoples and her adult tribe of children. While the start is slow, it’s worth sticking with it.


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