Empire Uprising (Taran Empire Saga Book 2)

A Cadicle Space Opera

by A.K. DuBoff

Empire Uprising - Amy Duboff - Taran Empire
Part of the Taran Empire Saga series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99
ISBN: B08Z82CPRW
Pages: 433
Paperback: $ 16.99
ISBN: 1954344228
Size: 5.25 x 8.00 in
Pages: 433
Hardcover: $ 19.99
ISBN: 1954344236
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 389

Ancient secrets may be the way forward…

Tarans have reached a tentative peace with the Erebus. While politicians on Tararia address the political ramifications of the new alliance, Jason and the rest of the TSS refocus their efforts on defense.

The Erebus are after something. It’s unclear what, but Jason is convinced they can’t be trusted. The Aesir’s data archive may hold the key to an effective defense, except keeping anything from the Erebus and their seemingly omnipotent abilities will put the fragile Taran Empire in even greater danger.

Fearing for the Empire’s security, the TSS implements a covert plan to upgrade the fortifications across the Taran worlds using ancient technology that has long been buried. Only, those secrets were locked away for a reason, and reopening the archives will initiate a conflict no one is prepared to fight.

Empire Uprising is the second installment of the Taran Empire Saga set in the Cadicle Universe, perfect for fans of epic sci-fi featuring sprawling galactic empires, drama, intrigue, and psionic abilities.

Published:
Publisher: Dawnrunner Press
Genres:
Tags:
Tropes: Aliens Among Us, Aliens in History, Astral Projection, Benevolent Aliens, Conspiracy, First Contact, FTL, Galactic Civilization, Humans Evolved From Aliens, Interstellar Travel, Lost Civilization, Psionic Powers
Word Count: 109,500
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters

The Taran Empire Saga is set in the larger Cadicle Universe. Read more at www.cadicle.com

About the Author

A.K. (Amy) DuBoff has always loved science fiction in all its forms, including books, movies, shows, and games. If it involves outer space, even better! She is a Nebula Award finalist and USA Today bestselling indie author specializing in space-based science fiction and fantasy. Dubbed the modern “Queen of Space Opera” by her readers, she is most known for her acclaimed Cadicle Universe. The second book in her standalone Dark Stars Trilogy, A Light in the Dark, was a 2018 Nebula finalist for the Andre Norton Award. Amy’s short fiction has been published by NewCon Press, Seventh Seal Press, and in numerous indie publications. When she's not writing, she enjoys travel, wine tasting, binge-watching TV series, and playing epic strategy board games.


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