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Song of Redemption (Sentenced to War Book 3) Kindle Edition
With the newly weaponized Sergeant Reverent Pelletier and his Marine Raiders at the tip of the spear, only they stand a chance at holding the shaky alliance together long enough to meet the enemy.
The Centaurs are on their way to destroy the very birthplace of human civilization: Mother Earth itself.
Humanity's end may be upon us. . . but only if Rev and his team fail to do the impossible.
Experience the thrilling third installment in the international bestselling series from USA Today Bestselling Authors J.N. Chaney and Jonathan Brazee. If you're a fan of gritty military scifi action and characters who refuse to quit, you'll love this series.
#1 in Galactic Empire
#1 in Space Marine
#1 in Space Opera
#1 in Military Scifi
#1 in Alien Invasion
FIGHT OR DIE - Sentenced to War continues to captivate fans of science fiction, combining gritty military sci-fi, exploration, and expansive world-building. Check out what the critics are saying...
★★★★★ "A great start to anew series." -- Brenton Held
★★★★★ "Chaney and Brazee make for a helluva team!" -- Markus K.
★★★★★ "The premise of this book pulled me in and the characters and plot kept me hooked." -- lil87blue, Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "Marines will be marines!" -- Moreld, Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "I'm ready for the next one. And the next one. And the next." -- Jason R., Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "Heart-pounding military sci-fi at its best!" -- Richard Clark, Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "It certainly looks like this series is going to be a great one." -- Greg, Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "A contender for my BOOK OF THE YEAR." -- Kent B., Amazon Reader
★★★★★ "A story about a boy becoming a man through war and bloodshed, learning to live for more than himself. It's a feeling that any veteran understands." -- Michael Plum
- ASIN : B08ZK25BCJ
- Publisher : Variant Publications (May 16, 2021)
- Publication date : May 16, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3463 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 510 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,859 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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For starters, the authors went bananas by throwing in new subplots every 40-50 pages. Instead of focusing and staying with a main plot with a couple of subplots, per usual, authors kept starting and finishing subplots. It wasn't well done, finishing a lot of these micro plots unsatisfactorily. IE, MC’s battle buddy was given an ‘order’, didn't comply. We, reader, never got resolution to what could have been a possible good storyline. One of few+.
Whether a nit or whatever, a lot of inconsistency on the Military side. Yes, authors throw easter eggs, wink-winks out there -- range 401 (USMC range at Combined Arms base), red bands or red patch -- whatever, USMC unit called Shore Party w red leg patches that coordinates logistics (mostly air related like HST tms). The new Lifer in charge gig, explaining staggered column, interrelationships (kind of)... It's OK. Or not -- bloopers, 40 mm, 1500+ years from now.
But... There's team's of five and a whole lot of talk about platoon, company with officers and heavy hitter SNCO’s plentiful and... All it was, just talk. Never cohesive, understandable TO or unit structure for any non-mil types. Just very frustrating for me, no logic throwing lieutenants, Captains, SNCO around and their in charge of 5? 10? 20? marines. I've chilled out w mil Sci Fi regarding tactics, forgive a lot on weapons n equipment but I expected at least avg but didn't get that much.
Last, they went overboard with diversity and political correct. If you like to wager, consider a bet where you bet on the number of gender pronouns you'll read for a gender. Marine Corps of future is 70%+ female I guess. I'm good with that except for direct ground combat fighters. Sorry, hit me but that's how the authors vision went and I disagree.
Top reviews from other countries
I was wrong, amazing book and already pre ordered the next one. First class.
Only one point I would make. Maybe put a quick 2 page review of what has come before. Just to recap.