Here we are at the sixth novel in The Shadow Wars.
Syberian Sunrise is the last (for a little while at least) stand-alone title introducing a new protagonist. So technically you can read this as the first entry into the series, but you really should just go back and read Necropolis. Sorry I keep repeating that, but I have to look at this from the perspective that maybe this really is the first book people stumble across for whatever reason.
Let's get to it.
Before we begin, for convenience's sake, here is a complete list of every Shadow Wars title, including bonus content, in the order in which they are meant to be read. Right now, I'm going through and editing everything, although some of the content needs to be rewritten and/or expanded.
DEAD ICE (Companion Novella)
DEAD SKIES (Companion Novella)
DEAD RAIN (Companion Novella)
NECROPOLIS (TSW Novel #1)
NECROPOLIS 2: ENDURANCE (TSW Novel #2)
NERVES OF STEEL (Companion Short)
NECROPOLIS 3: ANNIHILATION (TSW Novel #3)
ABSOLUTE ZERO (TSW Novel #4)
BLOOD & TEARS (Companion Short)
CEASELESS (TSW Novel #5)
SYBERIAN SUNRISE (TSW Novel #6)
SNOWBLIND (TSW Novel #7)
QUARANTINE (TSW Novel #8)
ROGUE OPS RISING (TSW Novel #9)
COUNTDOWN (TSW Novel #10)
WARM MEMORIES (Companion Short)
LAID TO REST (Companion Short)
NECROPOLIS 4: TERMINAL (TSW Novel #11)
SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS (Companion Short)
EB-303 (Companion Short)
STARCK'S LAMENT (TSW Novel #12)
ALONE? (Companion Short)
DEATHLESS (TSW Novel #13)
INTO THE VOID (TSW Novel #14)
OUTPOST 88 (Companion Short)
LETHAL CARGO (Companion Short)
SATURATE (TSW Novel #15)
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The sixth novel in The Shadow Wars. Enzo Rains could be a poster boy for the average twenty-fourth century mercenary. (If they made such a thing.) He's paranoid, entirely self-reliant, and does everything in his power to earn his next paycheck. His...