This series is, possibly with the exception of Echoes of Glory, really my kind of military science fiction. They do not really manage to get to a five out of five rating but they are mostly solid four out of five star ones. Continue reading Cauldron of Fire & Dauntless: My kind of military sci-fi.
This book really spent too much time on the politics and political machinations between the three main nations in the main plot. It’s a shame really for the first three books where quite good. This one was not so much my cup of tea though. Continue reading Echoes of Glory: Too much politics and political machinations.
The continuation of Tyler Barron’s adventures in the war between the Confederation and the (communist) Union continues. On the whole though it was a soundly entertaining read. I am looking forward to the next book in the series. Continue reading Ruins of Empire: Good read even though I am a little irked by the ending.
Call to Arms takes off were Duel in The Dark finished. The inevitable War with the oppressive, communist inspired, Union has begun and to no ones surprise it does not start well for the Confederation. That is what you get when you divert military budget to short sighted buying of votes. It is a very good piece of military science fiction adventure with a few twists, plenty of action and likable characters (heroes). Continue reading Call to Arms: Good classic military Sci-Fi.
Duel in the Dark is a good start of a new series, Blood on the Stars, from Jay Allan. It is a action filled story which essentially is a prelude to an all out war. It has good world building, enjoyable characters and plenty of action. Continue reading Duel in the Dark: Good start of a new series