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Eyes of Tomorrow (Duchy of Terra Book 9) Kindle Edition
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Duchy of Terra (Books 1-3)
A Swashbuckling Space Adventure
A privateer ship. A motley crew. A brave captain on a mission to liberate Earth.
Rich Characters, Fascinating Aliens and a Dynamic Universe
A captain fights to gather resources and allies in a vast alien empire.
Honor and Loyalty are Pitted Against Impossible Odds
When you’re cut off from the resources of Earth, cast adrift in alien space, how do you hold on to your honor?
Light of Terra & Shadow of Terra (Books 4-9)
Explore Vivid Alien Realms
The galaxy is populated with strange and wonderful races. How does humanity find its place?
Baptism By Fire for New Technology
Untested weapons and technology may be the key to humanity’s survival.
An Enormous Threat Looms and Time Grows Short
Brave crews and diverse factions must band together when faced with the unimaginable.
About the Author
- ASIN : B0929GST5T
- Publisher : Faolan's Pen Publishing (April 27, 2021)
- Publication date : April 27, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2117 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 425 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1989674127
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #18,724 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The central protagonist of the last book is Morgan Casmir -a naval officer, and step-daughter to the Duchess of Terra Anette Bond - the woman who arguably set in motion many of the events underlying the series. Eyes of Tomorrow is a complex inter-woven plot and reading the preceding novels is almost a requirement in order to fully understand the story.
Once again Glynn Stewart mixes space opera with compelling characters and well established, fast paced plots that entertain and make the reader think. A very strong recommended read - the entire series is a treasure. One can only hope that at some point Mr. Stewart revisits the intricate galaxy he has created in the Duchy of Terra series. It would be an interesting place to visit and to see how the core powers, the 'arm' powers and the "Infinite' are getting along - and what ever did happen the the Elder Race - or as one character put it 'fuzzy caterpillar space elves'
Eyes of Tomorrow is a fitting finale to this wonderful series. Morgan and Rin utilize their strengths and knowledge to overcome the challenges of getting the Laians and Wendira to cooperate with the Imperium against a common foe, the Infinite. There is plenty of action, twists and turns as the Alliance tries to do something the Alava failed to do - defeat the Infinite.
The Infinite learn and adapt far faster than anyone imagined, deploying weapons and capabilities the Alliance never thought possible and are totally unprepared for. In response, the Alliance takes a page from the Taljzi war book, but will it be enough?
A really good read, bringing to an end a favorite series and universe.
I received an ARC for my review. I purchased my own copy to support the author.
I had some trouble with the SciFi physics, even to the point where at one point wondering if the 'universal change' made this universe really different from ours. But this, as all the previous stories in this series, delightfully written, excellently crafted, paced, plotted. Stewart is one of the best hard SF writers out there. I have yet to consider any of his material less than top flight.
Highly Recommended. Blame Amazon for typos here. Virtually impossible to edit a real review through a 5-line non-scrolling window.
This book was all battles and with no reason other than miscommunication that I could see. The actual plot was not even present. You got no insight into the new aliens. The old known aliens were thrown together haphazardly as crew and you had to go back and forth pages or else give up on keeping them alien. He did not use different speech patterns or anything else to identify them so in ones head they all became humans. It was a very tedious book. If your favorite part is the "you sunk my battleship" portion of his books you will like this. If you are more like me and adore his aliens and their cultures this is not the book for you.