THE INDIGO REPORTS by Cameron Cooper
The Indigo Reports 3.5
Space Opera Series Boxed Set
The Entire Space Opera Series in One Set.
Binge read the full story of Bellona and her Ledanians—a small group of tortured misfits with horrific histories, who struggle to hold back the might of two great empires so that all people everywhere can live freely.
The Indigo Reports is the boxed set of the entire space opera science fiction series by award-winning SF author Cameron Cooper.
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Epic barely describes this fabulous story. Awesome world building with enough high tech to make it fascinating without overwhelming this character driven saga. I absolutely loved it. Characters are damaged and you can understand their actions by taking into account their background. The story is fast paced, well developed and has enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes. No stupid plot devices or things that seem to happen for no reason (sometimes a problem with sci-fi). I loved that everything was packaged together so I could binge read. About the only possible stopping points are between stories (if you can manage to break away). I highly recommend hiding away so you can read this without interruption. The story is complex enough that you won’t want to miss something that turns out to be important. Loved it. If this is your genre, grab it, if you’ve been wondering if this is for you, you won’t find a better author to deliver a well written adventure.
Flying Blind 0.5
I loved it! Short and sweet but this is an exciting introduction to an amazing new world! We are plunged into a tense event that happens somewhere in a galaxy far far away...with a smart and strong female commanding the ship who faces the threat from a mysterious stranger and his crew boarding her ship! I'm intrigued to read more!!
New Star Rising 1.0
Exciting story building and a great introduction to the characters of an epic new Sci Fi series. The initial introduction of complex characters and concepts builds a wonderful tapestry for the series. It’s a roller-coaster story following fabulous characters who move through varying planet and spacecraft environments whilst dealing with a war that's not a war! A well-written book = I’m well and truly hooked!
But Now I See 1.1
Wow, what a ride! This story was like an adrenaline rush - excitement PLUS!!! I was immediately drawn into a high drama situation with some very interesting characters including some from Flying Blind. This novelette was an intense and gripping whirlwind of action. Each instalment of the series keeps getting better and better! It's a very addictive series!
Suns Eclipsed 2.0
Loved it!! Interesting characters in the midst of some mind-bending situations! The characters are complex while the action has lots of unexpected twists and turns. The surroundings and the worlds/space the characters exist in are so different from what we know but they are so beautifully crafted by Cameron Cooper that everything is believable and created in three dimensions in my mind. I look forward to each instalment and the unpredictable nature of the story that is unfolding page by page, book by book.
Worlds Beyond 3.0
Epic! I thoroughly enjoyed this outstanding space drama! I am delighted to report this story is a satisfying and epic finish to the whole series. So many intrigues and machinations which were manipulated or experienced by characters who seem so real and yet larger than life (human or android and all in-between!). All this action and intrigue is set in a galaxy so different to what we know...the escape was real and I was completely captivated by the whole story (good luck if you can put this book down, I had to read it in one sitting!). I'll be thinking about these characters and the story long after reading it...I can see it being a fantastic book (and series) to re-read so that I can soak up more of the nuances and enjoy the bumpy ride through space all over again! Definitely a series you need to read in the correct order with no cliffhangers between books but each novel adds more depth and understanding to some amazing characters I wanted to know more about.
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EXCERPT FROM THE INDIGO REPORTS
COPYRIGHT © CAMERON COOPER 2020
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Rinat System Provincial Space
The appearance of the Eriuman patrol surprised everyone, including Tatiana herself. They were in neutral territory, minding their own business. To anyone who looked, they were a simple freeship.
“What in the stars above is Erium doing out here?” she demanded of the whole bridge.
“They’re demanding we halt for boarding, Captain!” Ruh called from the communications console.
“Specifics, please,” she asked, forcing her voice back to reasonableness. Others would panic if they heard the captain screeching. “And I want our passenger here, right now. I have some questions for her.”
Tatiana ran through possible scenarios, weighing and discarding potential strategies, but she didn’t have enough information yet. “Ruh?”
Her brother wrinkled his nose as he read the data. “A convoyer. The AI thinks it might be the Africanus.”
A convoyer. “Scan wide,” Tatiana said quickly. “Highest sensivity. Convoyers don’t travel alone.” She lifted her voice. “And someone tell me about the Africanus!”
There was a murmur of voices by the bridge gate. Three of the crew were hauling their passenger along by her arms. Marisol. Like most Karassians, she had only the one name. The three let her go. She stood on the decking in front of Tatiana, her arms crossed and her head tilted. She had declared herself an Upgrade, rather than a Standard, but had not specified what category of Upgrade she was. Other Karassians might have insisted on the details, but free citizens just didn’t care. At least Marisol looked normal. The biocomps and biobots didn’t fit in anywhere but central Karassia.
“Why is there a Eriuman patrol demanding to board my ship?” Tatiana asked her.
Marisol shrugged. “When they enter, you can ask them.”
“Perhaps I should put you out in front of the welcoming committee,” Tatiana said. “They’re here for you, aren’t they?”
Marisol shook her head. Her hair was perfect Karassian blonde, her lips full and symmetrical and her eyes a flawless brown. She looked much like every other Karassian Tatiana had ever met. The standard enhancements every Karassian received before birth made them that way, especially to outsiders. Even her disdain fit the pattern. “They are not here for me,” Marisol declared firmly. Too firmly.
“Something you’re carrying, then,” Tatiana surmised. “Search her.”
Marisol tried to struggle, but there were too many free staters willing to hold her down. She swore, and leaned up on one elbow from her prone position on the deck, as someone handed Tatiana a small, shielded box. It sat on Tatiana’s palm, looking innocent.
“A whole patrol for this?” Tatiana moved her hand, examining it from every angle. She made no move to open it, though. Noxious things came in small packages, as well as big, Erium-sized ones.