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Part 2: Episode 4 An old leader born anew… A legendary ship at his disposal… A desperate crisis born of chaos… Needed allies out of unforeseen events… Nathan Scott has finally returned to lead the new Karuzari in a rebellion against the Dusahn Empire. But first, he will need to secure a ship to accommodate those who have already joined their cause. The question is; How Part 2: Episode 4 An old leader born anew… A legendary ship at his disposal… A desperate crisis born of chaos… Needed allies out of unforeseen events… Nathan Scott has finally returned to lead the new Karuzari in a rebellion against the Dusahn Empire. But first, he will need to secure a ship to accommodate those who have already joined their cause. The question is; How much of him is now Nathan, and how much is still Connor? "Rebellion" is the 4th episode in Part 2 of the Frontiers Saga: Rogue Castes. Episode 5 is coming soon!


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Part 2: Episode 4 An old leader born anew… A legendary ship at his disposal… A desperate crisis born of chaos… Needed allies out of unforeseen events… Nathan Scott has finally returned to lead the new Karuzari in a rebellion against the Dusahn Empire. But first, he will need to secure a ship to accommodate those who have already joined their cause. The question is; How Part 2: Episode 4 An old leader born anew… A legendary ship at his disposal… A desperate crisis born of chaos… Needed allies out of unforeseen events… Nathan Scott has finally returned to lead the new Karuzari in a rebellion against the Dusahn Empire. But first, he will need to secure a ship to accommodate those who have already joined their cause. The question is; How much of him is now Nathan, and how much is still Connor? "Rebellion" is the 4th episode in Part 2 of the Frontiers Saga: Rogue Castes. Episode 5 is coming soon!

30 review for Rebellion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jean

    Nathan and his fellow companions are involved in another war. The Aurora has arrived to help. The Dusahn Empire, a possible rogue Jung clan, has taken over the Pentaurus System. Nathen is to lead the Karazari in their fight for freedom. The first thing is to find a big ship to hold all the people rescued from Webster after the Dusahn destroyed the planet. Nathan, Vlad and Jessica with some Ghatazhak set out to obtain the luxury cruise ship the Mystic. Vlad gest to command Tuplo’s ship and fight Nathan and his fellow companions are involved in another war. The Aurora has arrived to help. The Dusahn Empire, a possible rogue Jung clan, has taken over the Pentaurus System. Nathen is to lead the Karazari in their fight for freedom. The first thing is to find a big ship to hold all the people rescued from Webster after the Dusahn destroyed the planet. Nathan, Vlad and Jessica with some Ghatazhak set out to obtain the luxury cruise ship the Mystic. Vlad gest to command Tuplo’s ship and fight a battle with the pirates who are also after the Mystic. The book is well written. The plot is straight forward with lots of action and suspense. Brown continues to develop his characters. I cannot wait to find out what happens next. I read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible. The book is almost eight and a half hours long. Jeffrey Kafer does an excellent job narrating the book. Kafer is a multi-award-winning audiobook narrator.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    3.5 stars. Good story. We finally have the old gang reunited, including the ship Aurora. Vlad and Cameron are still my favorites. Nathan has some new abilities. Intriguing! I liked this episode, particularly because it wasn't filled with repetitive ship-to-ship battle sequences. The battle inside the Mystic was handled well. However!!! Far too many words are formatted in italics, as if the author doesn't trust his own writing, nor his readers' comprehension, to figure out where the emphasis belon 3.5 stars. Good story. We finally have the old gang reunited, including the ship Aurora. Vlad and Cameron are still my favorites. Nathan has some new abilities. Intriguing! I liked this episode, particularly because it wasn't filled with repetitive ship-to-ship battle sequences. The battle inside the Mystic was handled well. However!!! Far too many words are formatted in italics, as if the author doesn't trust his own writing, nor his readers' comprehension, to figure out where the emphasis belongs. A dozen italicized words on one page is quite distracting. It slows down my reading process and hampers my enjoyment. I am also distracted by all the profanity. In a futuristic galaxy apparently without religion, why does everyone swear religiously? Jessica is still the least credible and most inconsistent character. I do not yet buy into her new persona as Ghatazhak. She lacks discretion. For a supposedly savvy spec-ops master, she has put her trust in some obviously questionable characters over the series. Remember Tony? And her blank-stare contact in Kohora? Now, in this book, she immediately opens her big mouth in public and blabs that Nathan has only been alive 20 minutes! Duh. I see the author still resorts to worst possible scenarios, like blowing up an entire planet. No finesse. No shades of gray. We still haven't heard more about Dubnyk, but I wonder if the Duhsahn got the jump technology from him? I wander if he is Jung himself. We still haven't learned the source of the legend of Na-Tan. I suppose that info might be stored in some obscure file in the Data Ark. Still getting teasers about Admiral Galiardi. I hope that the author eventually portrays his death or imprisonment in an emotionally satisfying scene, unlike the death of Jalea and Caius.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mick Bird

    Nathan's back Captain Scott, is back but is it really him? We see that the crew of his old ship going rogue. They will all have to face both the trouble with the high command in the SOL region, and the new enemy. Nathan's back Captain Scott, is back but is it really him? We see that the crew of his old ship going rogue. They will all have to face both the trouble with the high command in the SOL region, and the new enemy.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wampuscat

    Rebellion is another great installment of Part 2 of The Frontiers Saga. As Nathan Scott reconciles his recently re-merged mind with his memories of Connor Tuplo, he is trust right back into the thick of a struggle for freedom from domination by tyrannical forces. All the standard cast of characters are present in this one, and it seems the 'can do crew' is once again up for the challenge of fighting a desperate campaign for freedom for the people of the Alliance. While there are no major space ba Rebellion is another great installment of Part 2 of The Frontiers Saga. As Nathan Scott reconciles his recently re-merged mind with his memories of Connor Tuplo, he is trust right back into the thick of a struggle for freedom from domination by tyrannical forces. All the standard cast of characters are present in this one, and it seems the 'can do crew' is once again up for the challenge of fighting a desperate campaign for freedom for the people of the Alliance. While there are no major space based battles in this book, you do get to experience a rousing shipboard take-over. For the most part, this book is a building episode. A few new characters are being introduced for what will obviously be future actions in the rebellion against the Dushan. Scott is undergoing a few side-effects of his cloning that seem to quite helpful, such as a eidetic memory, but the long term consequences are as yet unrevealed. Political intrigue back in the Sol Sector also looms with a deep but unclear foreshadowing. And a plan to hijack some Cobra gunships from an Alliance depot is planned for the future. The series holds lots of potential threads of interest, and I'm looking forward to the next episode. I give this one four stars and call it a Satisfying Read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    michael faria

    Another page turner Ryk Brown continues to amaze. This episode was fast paced and introduced several new plot lines. All the favorites are here for the most part and everyone gets a chance to shine.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ken Hammond

    Balance, the Aurora and Nathan are back together, set mostly in the Pentarus system and the beginning of the Rebellion some interesting side stories, new characters and some good on board space ship fights, mercenaries and luxury space liners. Love this series not looking forward to when I catch up to the front book. Anyway loved it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the first book where Nathan Scott makes an appearance as himself. It's also the first book where I disagree with an action he took. Nathan Scott has mostly successfully made it through the memory transfer into his new, cloned body. It's fun to see people meet him, say you look younger than I expected, or that he is dead. They are trying to contact the owner of a luxury jump cruise ship to enlist him in their cause. The captain, of course, finds him unreliable. At the same time that Nathan This is the first book where Nathan Scott makes an appearance as himself. It's also the first book where I disagree with an action he took. Nathan Scott has mostly successfully made it through the memory transfer into his new, cloned body. It's fun to see people meet him, say you look younger than I expected, or that he is dead. They are trying to contact the owner of a luxury jump cruise ship to enlist him in their cause. The captain, of course, finds him unreliable. At the same time that Nathan and Jessica board the ship, pirates show up, hoping to capture the ship and turn it in for the reward. If they get passengers, so much the better. If not, well, at least they have a jump ship. Now to the part where I disagreed with Nathan's actions. While on board the ship, the leader of the pirates shows no quarter to the crew or passengers, as he and his band of pirates dispatch non-combatants without and hesitation. At the end of the book, the mercenaries are dead, except for the pirate captain. Nathan has the opportunity to take him into custody, but shoots him in cold blood. Yes, the mercenary is without any redeeming qualities, but he didn't pose an immediate threat. Otherwise, the pace of the story is starting to pick up now that Nathan has returned from the grave, and I am looking forward to more tales.

  8. 5 out of 5

    John (JP)

    Rebellion (The Frontiers Saga: Part 2: Rogue Castes, #4) as a free audiobook borrowed from my local library I enjoyed the story for what is was a chapter in a long space opera. Nathan Scott must find and capture intact a luxury space liner with a jump drive before the Dusahan get it. In the story the bad guys are not the Dusahan themselves but mere's from Nathan Scott's past who capture the liner first. Now its up to Nathan and Jessica with some Ghatazhak to re-capture the luxury liner . ><>Ryk Rebellion (The Frontiers Saga: Part 2: Rogue Castes, #4) as a free audiobook borrowed from my local library I enjoyed the story for what is was a chapter in a long space opera. Nathan Scott must find and capture intact a luxury space liner with a jump drive before the Dusahan get it. In the story the bad guys are not the Dusahan themselves but mere's from Nathan Scott's past who capture the liner first. Now its up to Nathan and Jessica with some Ghatazhak to re-capture the luxury liner . ><>Ryk Brown is good story teller. This story did not live up to my expectations of his work. There were no dramatic plot twists nor much character development. The only mystery in this books lies in the political machinations on Earth.><> As an action adventure soap opera this story was ok not really up to the prior books/ chapters in this series. If you can get your library to buy either the ebook version or audio book versions of this series do it. I doubt if anyone is going to want own copies of it. TheFrontiers Saga series is worth reading or listening to between books you are waiting to buy or get from your library. The series is addicting in a guilty pleasure sort of way.

  9. 4 out of 5

    John

    Rebellion is a Great Ride! Ryk Brown continues his excellent Frontiers Saga with another hit! Rebellion is a fast-paced adventure, continuing the Saga. My only complaint is that it ended SO quickly and that now I have to wait for the next 'episode'! Keep 'em coming Ryk. I NEED more! Rebellion is a Great Ride! Ryk Brown continues his excellent Frontiers Saga with another hit! Rebellion is a fast-paced adventure, continuing the Saga. My only complaint is that it ended SO quickly and that now I have to wait for the next 'episode'! Keep 'em coming Ryk. I NEED more!

  10. 5 out of 5

    joy fricks

    Another amazing book in the series! Yet again I finish this book feeling a swell of emotion in my chest! I've fallen in love with the universe created by Mr brown. The amount of change he has been able to capture within Nathan has been an incredible read. I'm excited for more! Thank you Ryk Brown! Another amazing book in the series! Yet again I finish this book feeling a swell of emotion in my chest! I've fallen in love with the universe created by Mr brown. The amount of change he has been able to capture within Nathan has been an incredible read. I'm excited for more! Thank you Ryk Brown!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    This series just keep delivering. Connor Tuplo has come to terms with his real identity as Nathan Scott and the core of a rebellion is born. With the Aurora as its military core, Captain Scott and his allies begin to pull together of few of the pieces that will be needed to cake back control of the Pentoras cluster.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    Impeccable Mr Brown writes consistently well and in such a clear and wonderful manner as to make the Frontier saga absolutely absorbing and compulsive reading. I think of Nathan Scott as my hero and friend. Thank you Ryk Brown

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ed Tinkertoy

    There is really no need for a review as this book is great just like almost all of its predecessors in this series. The only problem I had with it was I could not remember his encounter in previous books with the villain of this book, Ziggy. Otherwise for me the book was outstanding.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Per Gunnar

    Finally Nathan Scott is back. Not a moment too soon as far as I am concerned. I really enjoyed this book. I cannot say how much of it was just because Nathan is back and how much of it was from the story itself. In any case it is a good installment in the series. Apart from Nathan quite a few of the “old gang” is being reunited in this book. It was nice to get Vlad and Cameron back into the story as well. General Telles and Jessica has been in this story arc from the start and they are still two o Finally Nathan Scott is back. Not a moment too soon as far as I am concerned. I really enjoyed this book. I cannot say how much of it was just because Nathan is back and how much of it was from the story itself. In any case it is a good installment in the series. Apart from Nathan quite a few of the “old gang” is being reunited in this book. It was nice to get Vlad and Cameron back into the story as well. General Telles and Jessica has been in this story arc from the start and they are still two of my favorite characters. The biggest problem for Nathan & Co is, as usual for a rebellion, the necessary resources. Thus in this book the story starts to go down the logical path of remedying this little issue and build up Nathan’s power base. As the book blurb states, the first step is to acquire accommodation for his freedom fighters. Now, who do not want to live in style so what could be better than a luxury cruise liner? Okay, okay there were a number of more practical reasons for his choice as well but hijacking a luxury cruise liner was still a pretty cool thing to do. As usual with Ryk Brown’s book I liked the writing, the characters and the story. There is not that much ship combat in this book but the taking over of the cruise liner was still good reading as far as action goes. There are of course also a few enjoyable surprise moments where people learn that Nathan Scott is actually back. I hope there will be a few more of those. In particular I would like there to be some nice, suitably dramatic, moments where both the Dusahn’s as well as the general population (potential rebells) in the cluster learns that “the legend” actually is back. Anyway, really good installment in the series, looking forward to be reading the next one.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Gregory N Rogers

    And the story conti ues I have read all episodes of Nathan Scott's exploits and have enjoyed each book. Looking forward to the next book in the series. And the story conti ues I have read all episodes of Nathan Scott's exploits and have enjoyed each book. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    Keep bringing it! Great continuation of an incredibly engaging story. Some interesting new character developments. Can't wait for the next 6 books. Thank you, Ryk. Keep bringing it! Great continuation of an incredibly engaging story. Some interesting new character developments. Can't wait for the next 6 books. Thank you, Ryk.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mike Teaney

    Excellent work Ryk has come a long way making a believable story feel real; I was hooked after reading the first book

  18. 4 out of 5

    David Syzdek

    Another riveting adventure This series keeps moving in new and unexpected ways with a nascent revolution brewing and another exciting boarding action and rescue.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Andy Pastuszak

    Can't even begin to describe how addictive these books are. Can't even begin to describe how addictive these books are.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michael D Kirchner

    Great Sci-Fi This series gets better with each book. So glad Nathan is back to lead the rebellion. Love all the different characters.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bryce Carr

    The second part of the series picks up and just keeps going like the first. I couldn't put this series down and am eagerly awaiting the latest book of the series. The second part of the series picks up and just keeps going like the first. I couldn't put this series down and am eagerly awaiting the latest book of the series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karl Donovan

    Action, adventure and space pirates! Are we already five books into the new arc of the Frontiers saga? How is it going? The action is still delivered with plenty of gusto and at least there is a story within a story in this chapter. It feels more in keeping with the originals. However a review at this point? Really? If you have made it this far then you are on board to go all the way!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Paul Tuck

    Its On So excited to write this review. It may be the best in the entire saga. The villain is so good! I was laughing quite a bit.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michael Fraser

    Magnetic compelling. This chapter is the most well written action and story lines put together in one flowing littenary. I can't wait to get my hands on the next installment of this continued storyline,just wish all was available for one straight reading. A 5 Magnetic compelling. This chapter is the most well written action and story lines put together in one flowing littenary. I can't wait to get my hands on the next installment of this continued storyline,just wish all was available for one straight reading. A 5

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nathan

    Can't wait to see how Nathan's newly acquired mental abilities continue to develop. Especially his "spider" sense. I'm just glad he's back Can't wait to see how Nathan's newly acquired mental abilities continue to develop. Especially his "spider" sense. I'm just glad he's back

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cecelia Woodward

    Good As Usual This series as the first one is going as fast. It's enjoyable from when you pick it up till you put it down. I'm sorry it went so fast. But I Will be looking forward to the next book. Good As Usual This series as the first one is going as fast. It's enjoyable from when you pick it up till you put it down. I'm sorry it went so fast. But I Will be looking forward to the next book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bob Caroti

    Fun read! Well written, very active plot line and all the action we have come to expect from this series. I am already ready for the next book! Keep them coming.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    A good continuation of the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Paul Kennedy

    I read too fast! Honestly this serious is the most exciting and interesting series I've read. I love every book. I get impatient waiting for the next episode so I go back and re read the previous books. If that isn't an endorsement or positive review, I don't know what is. I'm not going to spoil the read by even commenting on the content. Suffice to say that each event is written with enough originality and excitement to entertain. How Ryk does it I don't know! Thanks mate! I read too fast! Honestly this serious is the most exciting and interesting series I've read. I love every book. I get impatient waiting for the next episode so I go back and re read the previous books. If that isn't an endorsement or positive review, I don't know what is. I'm not going to spoil the read by even commenting on the content. Suffice to say that each event is written with enough originality and excitement to entertain. How Ryk does it I don't know! Thanks mate!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ido Mittelman

    Too much blabber, little action, no plot advancement This felt like a placeholder book or a chapter in a real book. Almost zero plot advancement. I read this book and the gang is no closer to defeating Dushan than they were before I read it. At the same time the continuous tedious blabber between the characters (mostly led by Loki Josh and Markus) was totally killing me. Prime unlimited incentivizes writers to inflate their pages because the pay is based on number of pages read. It is very clear fr Too much blabber, little action, no plot advancement This felt like a placeholder book or a chapter in a real book. Almost zero plot advancement. I read this book and the gang is no closer to defeating Dushan than they were before I read it. At the same time the continuous tedious blabber between the characters (mostly led by Loki Josh and Markus) was totally killing me. Prime unlimited incentivizes writers to inflate their pages because the pay is based on number of pages read. It is very clear from this writer as well as other that this incentive inflates the number of pages and conversations on books that are not really pertinent to the plot, but writers have a fine line of where this creates an unnatural feeling to the storyline and I think that this book is a perfect example of crossing this line

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