Nyxia Uprising (The Nyxia Triad) (Digital Audiobook)

By Scott Reintgen, Keong Sim (Narrator), Alex Romashov (Narrator), Kyla Garcia (Narrator), Sullivan Jones (Narrator)

Publication Date: April 15, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (1/21/2020)
Hardcover (4/16/2019)

Description

"Brilliant concept meets stellar execution in this fast-paced deep space adventure. I was hooked from page one." --VICTORIA SCHWAB, #1 New York Times bestselling author

In the highly anticipated Nyxia Triad series finale, Emmett and the Genesis team must join forces with a surprising set of allies if they're ever to make it home alive.


Desperate to return home to Earth and claim the reward Babel promised, Emmett and the Genesis team join forces with the Imago. Babel's initial attack left their home city in ruins, but that was just part of the Imago's plan. They knew one thing Babel didn't. This world is coming to an end.

Eden's two moons are on a collision course no one can prevent. After building eight secret launch stations, the Imago hoped to lure Babel down to their doomed planet as they left it behind. A perfect plan until the Genesis team's escape route was destroyed.

Now the group must split up to survive the hostile terrain and reach another launch station. As both sides struggle for the upper hand, the fight leads inevitably back into space, where Emmett, his crewmates, and their new allies will fight one final battle for control of the Genesis ships. Win this time, and they'll survive Babel's twisted game once and for all. As the Imago world falls, this is the last chance to rise.

Praise for the Nyxia Triad:
"A high-octane thriller. . . . Nyxia grabs you from the first line and never lets go." --MARIE LU, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Young Elites series

"File this book under A for Amazing." --JAY KRISTOFF, New York Times bestselling author



About the Author

Scott Reintgen is the author of the Nyxia Triad series. His former career as a teacher of English and creative writing in diverse urban communities in North Carolina taught him the difficult lesson that inspiration isn't equally accessible to everyone. So he set out to write a novel for the front-row sleepers and back-row dreamers in his classes. He hopes that his former students see themselves, vibrant and on the page, in characters like Emmett. You can follow him on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter at @Scott_Thought.