The Kasari Nexus

The Kasari Nexus

Richard Phillips / Oct 22, 2020

The Kasari Nexus Jennifer Smythe escapes Earth s invasion by the insidious Kasari race hijacks an alien starship and survives the deadly passage through a wormhole But escape is short lived When Jennifer emerges on

  • Title: The Kasari Nexus
  • Author: Richard Phillips
  • ISBN: 9781503933538
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jennifer Smythe escapes Earth s invasion by the insidious Kasari race, hijacks an alien starship, and survives the deadly passage through a wormhole.But escape is short lived When Jennifer emerges on the new world of Scion, she is confronted by the same deadly enemy Now the Kasari have sided with the planet s angel like elite against the warrior underclass, but with the iJennifer Smythe escapes Earth s invasion by the insidious Kasari race, hijacks an alien starship, and survives the deadly passage through a wormhole.But escape is short lived When Jennifer emerges on the new world of Scion, she is confronted by the same deadly enemy Now the Kasari have sided with the planet s angel like elite against the warrior underclass, but with the intent of ultimately ruling both And when Jennifer is captured by the brutish Koranthians, her alien enhanced abilities make her a crucial asset in battling the Kasari and their winged allies.Back on a divided Earth, Jennifer s brother, Mark, and Jack the Ripper Gregory wage their own war against the Kasari As the global government welcomes the extraterrestrials, Mark, Jack, and their rebel faction seek to use the powerful mind altering skills gained from the Kasari s sworn enemies to repel the would be conquerors But faced with the might of Earth s ruling forces, has the cause already been lost

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      • Richard Phillips

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Richard Phillips is a ex Army Officer, graduate from West Point, and has a Master of Science degree in Physics from the Naval Post Graduate School He was a researcher at Lawrence Liver and Los Alamos National Laboratories for the U.S military, before becoming a full time writer.


    886 Comments

    1. I made a mistake here - since listed it as "#1" in a series, I assumed this was the first, but it turns out that there are one or two trilogies prior to this one with the same characters and world. This one picks up as if it's just new chapters in the saga, liberally sprinkled with heavy-handed references to past events and characters, like a bad movie sequel.That said, this book is awful. It reads like it was written by a 9th grader. Cardboard characters, arbitrary dramatic tension, predictabl [...]


    2. It took me a little bit to get the gist of the story and the layout of the book, but by chapter 4, I had it. Then the story moved right along. This is one of those books where you keep saying, just one more chapter, just one more chapter, etc. Until you are done and wishing for more.


    3. This may be the first book in the Rho Agenda Assimilation series, but it is book #7 over-all in the 9 book series. Very sci-fi. And a loved it. Great action on earth and in space on the other side of the universe. Great to see the Ripper in action. Kids are all grown up now. Read this with my Sep KOLL, and I will come back to book #8 in a couple of months.


    4. The opening instalment of Richard Phillips’ upcoming Kasari Rho Agenda Assimilation series, The Kasari Nexus is a fast-paced political thriller on an intergalactic scale. Stranded on an alien spaceship, countless light-years from Earth, Jennifer Smythe and Raul Rodriguez have only their wits to keep them alive. With no hope of returning home, and a ship in desperate need of repair, their only solace is a small, inhabited planet their ship has targeted as its next destination. But as Scion draw [...]


    5. Richard Phillips' "The Kasari Nexus" is the first book in his "Rho Agenda Assimilation" trilogy. Unfortunately for me (since I didn't realize it when I started reading), it also happens to be the 7th book in his overarching "Rho Agenda" series. So, there are a whole lot of backward references (a WHOLE lot) that mean absolutely nothing to me. That aside, if I assume the book is for the Young Adult crowd (and if I'd actually read the earlier books), it would probably be tolerable. For me, though, [...]


    6. “I received a free, advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review”I only read story books that are recommended by friends and family. In this case, I am not sure how I stumbled on this series, but the moment I started the first book of Rho's agenda, I wanted to finish the whole series. After finishing the Rho's agenda three books, I realized that the Rho's agenda assimilation series has not been published yet. I was glad to find out that a pre- [...]



    7. Although this is the first of the Rho Agenda Assimilation trilogy, the books do follow on from the Rho Agenda Inception and the Rho Agenda series, both of which give lots of insight into the development of the characters and, of course, fill in the previous storylines.During the battle to stop the Kasari Collective entering through the gateway built by Dr Stephenson, and invading Earth, Jennifer Smythe opts for what she sees as the only possible course of action. This results in the Rho ship, wi [...]


    8. Supposedly the first book in the series, but it's constantly flashing back to the interesting things that happened before this story started -- there is way too much exposition in this book. It's distracting and the narrator feels like that friend who recaps the last season of the show you watch together 15 minutes before season 2. All the adjectives and descriptions are cliched. The men grunt and ooze masculinity; the women are sexy as hell.Every character is on an upward trend. There are no op [...]


    9. Best Rho book yet! Already enjoying the Altreian Enigma. Only downside to this book in audio format was the change in narrator. No offense to this person but I found the female voices somehow "wrong". Also, the kids' dads sounded like rednecks and not remotely what I'd come to expect. Don't worry though. Your skills are evident. I am just familiar with the voices noted previously and the change is moreso what is unacceptable. In some ways you were an improvement as well, though minorly as MacLeo [...]


    10. Another great read from Richard Phillips. On Earth, the nations are uniting to rebuild the wormhole gate. Of course. Mark and Heather are trying to prevent this. This book feels more like science fiction than the others, mostly because an Alien race has interaction with Humans. Of course, this wouldn't be a Rho Agenda book if there wasn't a fight between Jack Greggory and a hostile group.


    11. The Kalahari nexusContinuing enjoyment of a series that has been well written from the beginning and holds your interest from one section to the other. I don't think I've read a series more consistent in its movement from one crisis to the next with logical transitions based on the developed characters and some scientific facts.


    12. Color me impressed!4 stars 4sure! Wow my fist dive, and I wanted to stay submerged. Apparently their r some previous books , lol, but my first. Characters r very developed and continue growing here. I'm hooked, let's kick some kasari butt on scion ,then get back to earth and teach them what warrior planet looks like!


    13. What a great read! Back in 2012 I bought books 4-6 of the Rho Agenda Series July I discovered and read books 1-3-read 4-6 and now just finished the 7th book! Reading the stories in sequence has allowed my curiosity to increase and I cannot wait to start book 8 in a few minutes!!! Thank you for this great adventure!!!


    14. Bifurcated storyIt's almost two story genres in one. Although Big John is named in the story, I recall the Tennessee Erney song about Big John predicted this series with the lyrics, "If the right one don't get ya, the left one will."


    15. It took awhile for me to become invested in this book, and even when I did, I still felt that I had missed a lot that had come before. This book is listed as first in the series, but it is actually a continuation of prior books, so I was disappointed and felt deceived.


    16. Terrific reading experienceGreat storytelling with wonderful imagination, drama, science and outstanding protagonists. Really fond of all the good guys and rooting for the improbably success of this hearty band.


    17. Excellent ReadThis book was action packed from page one. Each book in the series exemplifies the next. I have enjoyed reading the series thus far. I definitely recommend the writer and this series. Enjoy!


    18. Interesting readIt read pretty easily. The style was that of different third person perspectives, which was a bit fragmented at times, but the story was consistent and fairly believable despite it being sci-fi.


    19. Another enjoyable entry in this series with the start of a smaller sub-series. Nothing is ever resolved in the first book of these three book sub-series, but the writing and story are good enough that I'm looking forward to the next book.


    20. I LOVED The Rho Agenda trilogy, but book one of the Assimilation series was not to my liking. Had this been my introduction to Richard Phillips, I would have stopped here.I will give other books of his a try, because, man, I REALLY enjoyed The Rho Agenda.


    21. A white-knuckle ride. What an amazing ride; so many battles waged on so many fronts that I just can't put it down wanting to know what happens next but not wanting to reach the end.


    22. The constant references to the past along with the miraculous alien technology that solves any challenge made this , for me, a boring read.


    23. good readwell written and enough action to hold your attention. seems to have a fairly fast moving plot but pays just enough attention to detail. looking forward to book 2


    24. A great followup to the first trilogyIf you have read the first trilogy, then this is a worthy sequel. I can't wait to start the next book.


    25. Fun science fiction readEnjoyed this series and the others that track the same characters. Quite entertaining, would recommend to anyone who enjoys sci fi



    26. AmazingI love reading Richard Phillips books. Highly intellectual with a fantastic story to boot! I enjoy how he is able to explain in detail the theories represented in his books and flow with the plot as if they were always meant to be there. You're never lost understanding what is going on during the book. Very well written!


    27. Brilliant, but to write the best possible review, I need to take my time. I have now finished the whole series having been so impressed with this first book. There is so much going on in this series, a group of young people find a hidden alien spaceship, they try on headsets that enhance them physically and mentally. Two friends are sucked through a wormhole into an alien world. Earth is in the throes of welcoming an alien race, but there is a strong anti-movement. Evil combats evil and the youn [...]


    28. I was able to snag a free early release review copy in exchange for an honest review. I don't know the author personally, but have enjoyed 4 of his previous works.Richard Phillips continues to weave a wonderfully written science fiction story from multiple vantage points. Though I'm no scientist, the hard sci-fi bits seem particularly well done when dealing with gravitational drives and subspace travel. The characters are well written and story arc generally come together (though characters you [...]


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