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http://bookbarbarian.com/the-defender-of-the-empire-by-catherine-beery/ Welcome to the Spectral Empire—a galactic empire enfolding hundreds of colony worlds governed by the Twenty-Five Prime Worlds, who are in turn ruled by the Imperial Council and the Emperor. It is a society of great advancement, but broken and under threat.  My name is Rylynn Sinclair of Colony Lenti. I lived there with my Aunt Sylvie for as long as I can remember.

http://bookbarbarian.com/the-defender-of-the-empire-by-catherine-beery/ Welcome to the Spectral Empire—a galactic empire enfolding hundreds of colony worlds governed by the Twenty-Five Prime Worlds, who are in turn ruled by the Imperial Council and the Emperor. It is a society of great advancement, but broken and under threat. My name is Rylynn Sinclair of Colony Lenti. I lived there with my Aunt Sylvie for as long as I can remember.

It is actually a while since I bought this book by Christopher Nuttall. It has been sitting on my shelf (or rather on the drive of my tablet) quite a while. I have to admit that I was a bit afraid that it would be “yet another” story on the subject of the fall of human society due to political nonsense and bureaucracy as well as too similar to Mr. Nuttall’s The Empire’s Corps series.[...]

Barbarians at the Gates – Great book, exactly my cup of tea.

It is actually a while since I bought this book by Christopher Nuttall. It has been sitting on my shelf (or rather on the drive of my tablet) quite a while. I have to admit that I was a bit afraid that it would be “yet another” story on the subject of the fall of human society due to political nonsense and bureaucracy as well as too similar to Mr. Nuttall’s The Empire’s Corps series.[...]

This is the tenth chapter in the Empires Corp’s series. This series have been jumping a bit back and forth between telling the story of The Empire’s Corps that was stranded on Avalon following the fall of the corrupt, bureaucratic and essentially dysfunctional human empire. This book is back to events that directly impact Avalon and the Commonwealth. In general that is the books in this series that I have preferred. Having said that, I have to confess that I did not like Retreat Hell that…

The Empire’s Corps story continues in Never Surrender. As usual an enjoyable book from Christopher Nuttall.

This is the tenth chapter in the Empires Corp’s series. This series have been jumping a bit back and forth between telling the story of The Empire’s Corps that was stranded on Avalon following the fall of the corrupt, bureaucratic and essentially dysfunctional human empire. This book is back to events that directly impact Avalon and the Commonwealth. In general that is the books in this series that I have preferred. Having said that, I have to confess that I did not like Retreat Hell that…

This is another departure from the main story about Avalon and he Marines there. I was actually expecting not to like the book as much as I usually do with books from Christopher Nuttall since it is a departure from the main story and these society falling down, political scheming and dirty backstabbing stories is not really my cup of tea. [...]

The Thin Blue Line: Good reading but another departure from the main story.

This is another departure from the main story about Avalon and he Marines there. I was actually expecting not to like the book as much as I usually do with books from Christopher Nuttall since it is a departure from the main story and these society falling down, political scheming and dirty backstabbing stories is not really my cup of tea. [...]

This book is starting a new series in the Exodus: Empires at War universe or at least I am assuming that it is a new series since it is marketed as book one. It is a great addition to this universe that Doug Dandridge have created. In this series we take a pause from the war in the Empires at War and embark on another adventure. Well, the war is still there in the background but the story itself is not about the war. [...]

Machine War: Supernova is a great addition to the Empires at War universe.

This book is starting a new series in the Exodus: Empires at War universe or at least I am assuming that it is a new series since it is marketed as book one. It is a great addition to this universe that Doug Dandridge have created. In this series we take a pause from the war in the Empires at War and embark on another adventure. Well, the war is still there in the background but the story itself is not about the war. [...]

This is a sci-fi adventure that, primarily due to the setting, is somewhat different from the usual stories out their. At least from the ones I usually read. I found it very good. It is filled with...

Heirs of the Empire – Very good action filled and somewhat different sci-fi story.

This is a sci-fi adventure that, primarily due to the setting, is somewhat different from the usual stories out their. At least from the ones I usually read. I found it very good. It is filled with...

The reviews of the books in the Exodus: Empires At War series are becoming a bit repetitive. Words like great, excellent etc. have a tendency to sneak into every other sentence for instance. Well, I do not know how to make them more varied since these books are great and excellent full stop. The few gripes I might have from time to time are miniscule and more due to personal preferences than anything else. [...]

Second Front – Doug Dandridge threw in a few twists in this excellent 9th installment of Empires At War

The reviews of the books in the Exodus: Empires At War series are becoming a bit repetitive. Words like great, excellent etc. have a tendency to sneak into every other sentence for instance. Well, I do not know how to make them more varied since these books are great and excellent full stop. The few gripes I might have from time to time are miniscule and more due to personal preferences than anything else. [...]

Well, it was indeed a long time since I read the first books in this series. Okay, okay, “long” is perhaps a relative term but when I looked up the date when I read the first book, Last of The Chosen, I found that it was 2011. That was the year when I joined Goodreads and the year when my interest in reading books was rekindled. I remember thinking these books were just great and I was quite sorry when the series ended or at least no more books came out. Needless to say I was quite eager…

Sky Knights – More “young adult” style than I remembered from the rest of the series but nevertheless a fairly good continuation of the Spirit of Empire series.

Well, it was indeed a long time since I read the first books in this series. Okay, okay, “long” is perhaps a relative term but when I looked up the date when I read the first book, Last of The Chosen, I found that it was 2011. That was the year when I joined Goodreads and the year when my interest in reading books was rekindled. I remember thinking these books were just great and I was quite sorry when the series ended or at least no more books came out. Needless to say I was quite eager…

Sanctuary (Rise of the Empire Book 2) by Ivan Kal, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PR7A0KQ/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_UXcPub0AVMRCZ

Sanctuary (Rise of the Empire Book 2) by Ivan Kal, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PR7A0KQ/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_UXcPub0AVMRCZ

Raymond L. Weil is definitely on my top ten list of authors. This book is another book from him that I enjoyed a lot. It continues the Galactic Empire Wars story about six years from when the last book ended. Again we are treated to some fairly plausible science fiction, some great action both on the ground and in space and a bunch of enjoyable characters. [...]

Galactic Empire Wars: Rebellion – This military space opera continues to be great reading.

Raymond L. Weil is definitely on my top ten list of authors. This book is another book from him that I enjoyed a lot. It continues the Galactic Empire Wars story about six years from when the last book ended. Again we are treated to some fairly plausible science fiction, some great action both on the ground and in space and a bunch of enjoyable characters. [...]

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