Into the Calm | Podium Audio

Rise of the Republic

Into the Calm

Book 6

By: James Rosone

Performed by: Jonathan Davis

Released: November 01, 2022

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 13 hr, 34 min

The war had been won…or so Miles had thought.
Viceroy Miles Hunt had accomplished the impossible. He gambled the Republic, the RNS Freedom and the entire joint allied fleet in one glorious battle.
Secretly, the Zodarks plotted revenge, a restart to hostilities once their spies had found Earth. With peace achieved, new exploration began.
Opportunities at new settlements enticed. All believed the threat of annihilation was past them and with that comforting thought, Liam and his Belters headed for their new world. They would build and expand their society–giving the people of Earth an alternative to the Republic.
With its shipyard capacity finally reaching its zenith, the Republic began a growth spree and galactic sprawl like no other. Moons and planets, either newly conquered or discovered, were being colonized. Galactic trade grew increasingly important. The Republic had a war debt that had to be paid.
There was just one problem: a discovery by Dr. Katō Sakura could change everything.
The mysterious Humtars had left behind the stargates. But why did their vast empire disappear? If Dr. Sakura kept searching, would she unlock Pandora’s box?



James Rosone

James Rosone is the Amazon Top 100 bestselling author of the Red Storm Series and Falling Empire military thriller series. He's an Iraq War veteran who served 3.5 years in a combat zone as a military interrogator and contractor. During his ten years in the military and eight years as a Department of Defense and Department of State contractor, he fought and hunted Islamic extremists throughout the Middle East, Eurasia, and Europe. James holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Oxford as well as an MBA. He's written technical articles for European journals and advised numerous European leaders in the fields of identity intelligence and biometrics.



Jonathan Davis