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Earth defeated the Toth invasion. Now humanity takes the fight to the aliens. The supreme Toth overlord, Mentiq, rules his species with an iron fist from his fortress on the planet Nibiru. Armed with stolen Toth technology, the Breitenfeld travels to the world with a single mission: Kill Mentiq and end the Toth threat to Earth. The Toth empire stretches across the s Earth defeated the Toth invasion. Now humanity takes the fight to the aliens. The supreme Toth overlord, Mentiq, rules his species with an iron fist from his fortress on the planet Nibiru. Armed with stolen Toth technology, the Breitenfeld travels to the world with a single mission: Kill Mentiq and end the Toth threat to Earth. The Toth empire stretches across the stars, paying tribute to the cruel Docotor Mentiq. The first overlord surrounds himself with decadent treasures and the galaxy's deadliest warriors to protect his dominion from treachery and attack. What secrets await Lieutenant Hale and the Breitenfeld in THE GARDENS OF NIBIRU? ++++ Q&A with Richard Fox: How would you describe The Gardens of Nibiru? In as few words as possible: Tears of Sun meets The Expendables. How long do we have to wait for the next book? The next chapter in the Ember War Saga, The Battle of the Void, will be out in June, 2016. If this was a movie, what would it be rated? PG-13 for some language and intense action.


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Earth defeated the Toth invasion. Now humanity takes the fight to the aliens. The supreme Toth overlord, Mentiq, rules his species with an iron fist from his fortress on the planet Nibiru. Armed with stolen Toth technology, the Breitenfeld travels to the world with a single mission: Kill Mentiq and end the Toth threat to Earth. The Toth empire stretches across the s Earth defeated the Toth invasion. Now humanity takes the fight to the aliens. The supreme Toth overlord, Mentiq, rules his species with an iron fist from his fortress on the planet Nibiru. Armed with stolen Toth technology, the Breitenfeld travels to the world with a single mission: Kill Mentiq and end the Toth threat to Earth. The Toth empire stretches across the stars, paying tribute to the cruel Docotor Mentiq. The first overlord surrounds himself with decadent treasures and the galaxy's deadliest warriors to protect his dominion from treachery and attack. What secrets await Lieutenant Hale and the Breitenfeld in THE GARDENS OF NIBIRU? ++++ Q&A with Richard Fox: How would you describe The Gardens of Nibiru? In as few words as possible: Tears of Sun meets The Expendables. How long do we have to wait for the next book? The next chapter in the Ember War Saga, The Battle of the Void, will be out in June, 2016. If this was a movie, what would it be rated? PG-13 for some language and intense action.

30 review for The Gardens of Nibiru

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael Wood

    Ancient Mesopotamian Myths? As he has in every novel in the "Ember War Saga ", Richard Fox has thrown a few curveballs with this book. The story of human resistance to the Xaros who had tried to exterminate humanity and kill anything intelligent on the Earth (inexplicably, the Xaros seemingly killed the Congress of the old USA, so they killed un-intelligent life as well). Our protagonists, who we have followed in every book so far, discover ANOTHER race of possible alien allies. Poor genetically Ancient Mesopotamian Myths? As he has in every novel in the "Ember War Saga ", Richard Fox has thrown a few curveballs with this book. The story of human resistance to the Xaros who had tried to exterminate humanity and kill anything intelligent on the Earth (inexplicably, the Xaros seemingly killed the Congress of the old USA, so they killed un-intelligent life as well). Our protagonists, who we have followed in every book so far, discover ANOTHER race of possible alien allies. Poor genetically mutated Stacey, granddaughter of the initial contactee of the "allied aliens" seems to be going through some strange changes. One of the characters who seemed to have died in an earlier adventure, may (or may not) now be alive. The Earth sends it's best battleship on another suicide mission against the Toth. More races are encountered. The action continues nonstop, although the Earth leadership is going through a crisis in short scenes between the battles. The leaders wonder whether the changes they are making to survive constitute changing the definition of humanity. However, as in the previous novels, Fox is deliberately just barely keeping the issues alive. His characters ARE now starting to change under the constant pressure of war. The protagonists include members of several races at this point, along with the original Artificial Intelligence that initiated contact with humanity almost a century before. Fox evidently could not resist throwing references to Mesopotamian Gods' mythology as revealed by Zacariah Sitchin, much to my amusement. He keeps this touch light, just barely mentioning it -- except for placing it in the title, of course. I enjoyed the military space opera basis for this series, but the extra twists that Fox threw in kept my attention. Fox is a good writer, the book is well edited, and I really enjoy his story-telling ability. Highly Recommended

  2. 5 out of 5

    GREGG CORDELL

    Great, Great, Great Read When I first started reading this series I had my doubts because it sounded like a lot of the other ones out there. Then I got about 2 or 3 chapters into the first book in the series and have been into it ever since. This book was like the rest of the series and they are all well written and the characters are well developed with some new ones added to every book. In this book the humans are starting to find more and more help so to speak and the story is getting better w Great, Great, Great Read When I first started reading this series I had my doubts because it sounded like a lot of the other ones out there. Then I got about 2 or 3 chapters into the first book in the series and have been into it ever since. This book was like the rest of the series and they are all well written and the characters are well developed with some new ones added to every book. In this book the humans are starting to find more and more help so to speak and the story is getting better with every book . Mr Fox has a way of keeping you up reading all hours of the night just to see what happens next. I'm sorry but I don't give up to much information about the book because I have a bad habit of giving you too much. The book is well worth the time to read it and if you are just starting out with this series go to the first book. It is full of nonstop action with both space and land battles. He throws so many twists in this series that you don't even see them coming. I bought this book awhile ago and I try to put it off until the next one is about to come out so I'm not waiting to long but it never works and I break down and read it. So here I am waiting for the next one. Loved it and great job Mr Fox.

  3. 5 out of 5

    David P. Duffy

    Decent SciFi Storyline Becoming Tedious Book 5 of "The Ember War Saga," continues what was an entertaining SciFi storyline of humanity's limited remaining population, fighting to survive advanced alien races onslaught and the self serving interests of other "allied" alien races. The writing, as with too many eBook authors, has devolved in a serious manner. There is far too much repetition within this book's narrative, indicating laziness by the author. The editing is poor, indicating incompetenc Decent SciFi Storyline Becoming Tedious Book 5 of "The Ember War Saga," continues what was an entertaining SciFi storyline of humanity's limited remaining population, fighting to survive advanced alien races onslaught and the self serving interests of other "allied" alien races. The writing, as with too many eBook authors, has devolved in a serious manner. There is far too much repetition within this book's narrative, indicating laziness by the author. The editing is poor, indicating incompetence and/or sloth. There was merit in the basic storyline of the "Saga," but without serious improvement in the next book, this reader will say goodbye.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sgt Maj

    Decent Read Author has held my Attention -- for 5 books now -- with, overall, familiar theme, characters. He does put in some nice twists to juice your mind a bit which is a big plus. AND, in a genre that is starving, a real, honest to goodness Mil SciFi. Yes, units, TOs, weapons, equipment and overall feel that this is indeed a Military Type, One Each. Not going to nitpick as there's a bit to go around and tired of it. Held my interest, believable(semi) military, MCs you can hold onto, entertaini Decent Read Author has held my Attention -- for 5 books now -- with, overall, familiar theme, characters. He does put in some nice twists to juice your mind a bit which is a big plus. AND, in a genre that is starving, a real, honest to goodness Mil SciFi. Yes, units, TOs, weapons, equipment and overall feel that this is indeed a Military Type, One Each. Not going to nitpick as there's a bit to go around and tired of it. Held my interest, believable(semi) military, MCs you can hold onto, entertaining and some plot twists that can get you thinking.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Fort

    Good old revenge This is tale of revenge and assassination, plain and simple. Well maybe not simple, because no assassination mission ever is. One squad of elite marines to take down the Toth overlord Mentiq on his own planet? There are plenty of surprises in store for the team on Nibiru, but can they really complete the mission against all odds? Read and find out.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mick Bird

    The battle continues The fifth book in this series continues the battles hale and his team face. The task of killing the head of the enemy, is not as simple thing. They find that he has been keeping humans as food for him and the other overlords. But there is also a surprise in that they find more allies held captive. Looking forward to reading the next book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Fiannawolf

    This series is action filled goodness for me. Pure popcorn. Not a bad thing indeed. Reminds me why I read other books because I usually read these in one or two sittings. Even though it says I took about 2 months to read this...its because I kept it on the back burner. I just knew I'd go through it like a kid on x-mas day otherwise. This series is action filled goodness for me. Pure popcorn. Not a bad thing indeed. Reminds me why I read other books because I usually read these in one or two sittings. Even though it says I took about 2 months to read this...its because I kept it on the back burner. I just knew I'd go through it like a kid on x-mas day otherwise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Pascal

    Even after 5 books, it's still a very pleasant read. The series won't win any literary award but it's still better than most scifi written this last few years and a lot less depressing than those young adult dystopias (yes, even if in this universe humanity is on the brink of extinction). I just hope the main story-line won't be milked to oblivion... Even after 5 books, it's still a very pleasant read. The series won't win any literary award but it's still better than most scifi written this last few years and a lot less depressing than those young adult dystopias (yes, even if in this universe humanity is on the brink of extinction). I just hope the main story-line won't be milked to oblivion...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jim Kratzok

    This series is really growing on me More battle, amazing discoveries, and a deal with the devil himself (or close enough). throw in a little twist at the end and you've definitely primed the pump for the next book in the series, which I will be starting right after submitting this review. This series is really growing on me More battle, amazing discoveries, and a deal with the devil himself (or close enough). throw in a little twist at the end and you've definitely primed the pump for the next book in the series, which I will be starting right after submitting this review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Howard Walker

    Entertaining, imaginative, full of lots of speculation of what might be possible. A lot of space opera is on the market currently, very little of it contains as much original thinking as I've found in the Ember series. Entertaining, imaginative, full of lots of speculation of what might be possible. A lot of space opera is on the market currently, very little of it contains as much original thinking as I've found in the Ember series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    Ive really enjoyed this series. Its hard to say anything is new, this series has taken a lot of ideas and turned them into a sci-fi series of very different style.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Eric Davis

    The worst part of the whole Saga is knowing that all good things must come to an end.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Excellent Great read again. Really enjoyed it. As with the last 4 books this one did not dissapoint at all. Highly recommend.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Paul Kingtiger

    My favorite of the Ember War series. Lots of Alien action as our heroes battle the Toth on a jungle planet to pull off an epic rescue mission that has some great surprises.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Burt Md

    The Ember War Saga continues to be a beautifully written, action packed series. It is as good as any of the other series I have read. I can not wait to get the next installment.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Joey Calvey

    Excellent Excellent continuation of the Ember War series. Lots of great action and really good ending. I read this on Kindle Unlimited.

  17. 5 out of 5

    John Mchale

    Enjoyed this as much as the others and proving a good holiday book series to work through. One more to go

  18. 4 out of 5

    Todd Gutschow

    Better story from a good series I found this book to be more interesting and entertaining than some of the previous books in the series. The author’s well developed characters play out well in an absorbing story. The series strength is in it’s overall plot. Each book adds to and enhances this main plot line. You get the feeling that there’s movement towards a greater moment...an event that will bring everything together.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Connie Fogg-Bouchard

    revenge is sweet the Toth are never going to leave Earth alone. so Ibarra sends the Breitenfeld to search out the Toth homework and wipe out the Toth overlord. such a clear-cut plan. so very many ways it can go wrong. loved this one. some excellent twists that made it super fun

  20. 4 out of 5

    odedo1

    Audiobook five and it’s still awesome. Richard Fox is totally amazing and no boring Stuff to extend the series and make more money ( like many others do ), here it’s almost impossible to put it down, in fact it’s just getting better and better. As usual, narration is spot on! Perfection!!! Recommend all the way !

  21. 5 out of 5

    George Mann

    I don't dislike this series. Obviously I've committed myself to it this far. I'm just not feeling the oomph anymore. Not sure if I'll stick with it or not. I do care about the characters, it's just... missing something, can't quite put my finger on it. I don't dislike this series. Obviously I've committed myself to it this far. I'm just not feeling the oomph anymore. Not sure if I'll stick with it or not. I do care about the characters, it's just... missing something, can't quite put my finger on it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anandasubramanian

    Improving writing Much better and more thrilling. Appreciate the efforts of the author to weave in suspense and also maintain cohesiveness. Tough job well done. Iron hearts always.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jay Hayes

    A great series This is my second time reading this series. I wanted to binge read it without having to wait for the next book to be released. It has interesting characters and a good storyline with lots of action

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Vandergriff

    Another interesting read Funny to catch all the reference to Star Trek. Don't forget where we parked. Lot of Dr McCoy quips too. Story isn't bad either, but is predictable. Another interesting read Funny to catch all the reference to Star Trek. Don't forget where we parked. Lot of Dr McCoy quips too. Story isn't bad either, but is predictable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robert Clark

    Good This was another Simi opera. The Fifth in a long series with improbable heroes that always get away with rule breaking.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Another great book in the series

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bradley Flower

    It was an alright book - more of a filler series that I read between when I want a break from other book types.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mojoey

    I love this series. On to book #6.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Nice read Nice installment in the chronicles of the Breitenfeld, and the remnant of humanity left after the Toth tried to take over earth. I'm looking forward to the next book. Nice read Nice installment in the chronicles of the Breitenfeld, and the remnant of humanity left after the Toth tried to take over earth. I'm looking forward to the next book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    John Slatton

    Good stuff A good read! More to love about the Ember War Saga. Hale and his Marines kicking Toth tail is pretty great!

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