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Warrior: Book 2 of The Legacy Fleet Trilogy Paperback – November 21, 2015
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 21, 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 376 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1519465912
- ISBN-13 : 978-1519465917
- Item Weight : 14.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.94 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #446,660 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Beyond all the hero nonsense , this book was filled with several holes that wouldn’t have actually happen in reality. Like: Once Proctor found a way to detect the alien gene , this process should have been conducted throughout the fleet before operation Battleaxe. And then Captain Granger calls the shots sending two thirds of Earths fleet into enemy territory on a whim without being properly prepared. Then when he gets there he keeps thinking he might have forgotten something.. And again all we see are Navy Cruisers , Some being heavy, some light and no mention of Space Battle Cruisers, Space Carriers or Destroy escorts , or even a single Battle Ship in sight. We also don’t get a clear picture or know much about the Alien ships , other then they are Alien Carriers that hold lots of space fighters and shoot green beams. We also got a good look at President Avery who came off like a hard bitten tramp. I could have done without the story of her holding another man’s junk in her hands , before she grew up and turned into a twisted woman. All in all.. this is a laid back read for the adolescent reader who might find it humorous from time to time. My opinion is that It’s not well thought out , not very cleaver or being clear on certain situations that should have been revealed. I say it’s time to put down whatever you been smoking Nick , and add some sense into your next science fiction book , or perhaps you can keep it juvenile and hope for the best - when you know you can do better.
1. I am not going to outline the plot.
2. I am not going to comment on the Characters in the story.
3. I will tell you if I enjoyed the story or not and if I would recommend it or not.
So with the above in mind I must say that I not only enjoyed the book, but it fed my addiction to this series and I highly Recommend it to anyone readed that has gotten this far in my review, you should love it.
I waited until I had finished Book 6 in the Series to write any reviews, so you will see this at least four more times and I recommend all 6 books in the Series.
Despite his success there is a lot of suspicion regrading him. His disappearance after entering a miniature black hole and returning a new man health-wise makes his commanders, politicians and crews suspicious of whether he is still the real Captain Granger. Has he just been reincarnated or is he really part of the Swarm’s plan to conquer Earth and the human race as a whole……
The action and twist and turns in this book’s plot line kept me interested and reading at a furious pace. I enjoyed the book and I found it entertaining. I like military Sci-Fi and this book was right up my alley as far as space battles, suspense, and alien interactions. I enjoyed the book and I recommend it as worth reading. I rated it 5 stars.
Following right on from the original, we pick up right where the first left off.* No spoilers *
This installment was, like the original, fast paced and engaging. There were plenty of space battles, full of excitement, strategy and derring do. The book balanced this very well with intrigue and political machinations that really kept me guessing.
This was one of the books' best points. Many (but certainly not all) of the series' mysteries are really left up in the air until the end.
Again, NO spoilers, but the reader is left in the dark to guess at answers until the very end. I found both the mysteries and their resolutions to be great, mostly unanticipated problems that really kept me guessing.
The other strong point ofvthe novel (and series), was the characterisations. The characters were deep and their motivations rung true to character.
I really did find myself empathizing with the characters, who really came across as all to real, with the same motivations, flaws and strengths that I'd expect to find in real people.
The only thing I'd mark down on this is that the chapters often end on a dramatic note and keep the reader guessing until they finally get back to that particular narrative.
It's a small thing, but a bit of a pet peeve of mine.
All in all, I loved this book and am glad that I'm signed up to get notifications as soon as the next one drops, as I reeaalllyy want to see how the next twist plays out in this saga!
For some reason I thought I had read the series Kendall said I had read the first book in the series but I do not remember it. But this one was excellent. Space battles political intrigue and machinations not knowing who your enemy is what more can I say. If you like all these factors in a book you will enjoy the Book. I’m glad I found it later on so I don’t have to wait for the next installment.
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The portrayal of space combat feels utterly wrong even with my limited knowledge of space mechanics, Dog fights in space, manual fire at orbital velocities, hmmm