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By C. E. Taylor
Categories: Fiction, Military, Space Opera, General
Imprint: CamCat Books
Audiobook (Unabridged edition) : 9780744306828, February 2024
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744306798, February 2024
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744306811, 576 pages, February 2024
Hardcover : 9780744306750, 400 pages, February 2024
Paperback : 9780744306774, 400 pages, February 2025

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The hidden society of Angolin is discovered by a dangerous enemy bent on conquest, and it's up to its people to stop the threat from without—and also within.


A hidden people not so hidden anymore.

The Hidden Realm of Angolin has existed in peaceful isolation for centuries, but that’s about to change. The enemy across the Abyss has discovered them and is intent on conquest. Lieutenant Dharmen Tate has a great love for his homeland and a greater understanding of its position in the world. When he discovers a plot by fellow officers to join the enemy and overthrow Angolin, he and his colleagues spring into action to defend the Hidden Realm from its foes—those without, and those within. The ensuing struggle magnifies Angolin’s vulnerability and exposes the collusion of a growing body of its citizens, signifying an uncertain and bloody future.

For readers who enjoy Star Wars: Bloodline by Claudia Gray, Embassytown by China Mieville, and Catalyst of Sorrows by Margaret Wander Bonnano.


“An elegantly written and riveting story . . . encompassing strong relationships, and clever world building.” —Sharon Bostick, PhD, Former Dean of Libraries, Illinois Tech

“A serious and frolicking high-tech, good vs. evil confrontation . . . Let’s be ready for Taylor’s next imaginative creation.” —Rachel W. Jacobsohn, author of The Reading Group Handbook

“A tale that blends military tactics with political backstabbing set against a vivid world of fantastical technology . . .” AudioFile Magazine

“With the publication of Angolin, author C. E. Taylor proves to be a master of space opera style action/adventure science fiction. A fun read that will especially appeal to dedicated fans of military science fiction, Angolin will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community library Science Fiction collections.” Midwest Book Review