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Drake once again brings us an exciting tale of Captain Leary and his good friend Adele Mundy.
We can’t wait to see more of course as this daring leader and his partner continue to go head first into danger and often face defeat moments before they find victory. This tale, perhaps dwells too long on a combat that is hard enough to keep track of, though because of the unique war Drake envisions space combat, we are introduced again to how it all must be explained, and near half the book is given over to one combat, with a few pages at the end to resolve matters.
Perhaps the minutia of combat may need to be listed in a four or five page brief, and the story could flow more easily, for the characters tasked with guiding us through the battle, and points of view we see, make it seem artificial. Now the physics of the Leary universe begin to get in the way of the storytelling. Something that when looking at the tales of Hornblower and CS Forester (where all ship to ship combat stories and series seem to have their roots in) does not need.
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The plot of the series is one that I learned of by finding the first book in a trading book store, then another. I found this military space theme with two main characters such a unique idea that I bought the rest of the series and put in an order for the next one coming out.
David Drake is a veteran writer in more than one sense. Having read Patrick O’Brian’s novels of nautical adventure (Aubrey/Maturin) I saw the inspiration from the first, which Drake freely acknowledges as inspiration. Each book in the series moves forward the personal story lines of the protagonists, as well as presenting an interesting challenge suited to their unique skills.
If you liked previous books in the series, you’ll like this one too. If you haven’t read previous books in the series, go back and start on “With the Lightnings”, you’ll be glad you did. There’s enough flashback material that you can make sense out of the characters, and is a good reminder since he’s averaging over a year between books, but it would spoil some of the earlier books for you.
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I have not gotten to the book in the series yet. I have 8 of the 9 books and am currently reading number 5 “Some Golden Harbor” on my way to this one while I’m wating on number nine to come out in paperback media. So I’ll say that although each book is a separate “story” there is a lot of stuff in any given book that has much greater effect with the carry over knowledge from having read the previous books so start at the start. Beyond that, I’m a Military SCIFI fan and David Drake is at or very near the top of my pile. The books are great story line, fast paced, and for me David Drake’s style puts me there with Leary and Mundy while I’m reading. This is a great series and any given David Drake book is not going to be a disappointment. I highly recommend this book and the whole series.
Every Leary book follows the same basic outline. the group is sent somewhere to get them out of someone’s hair or because they think Leary is a lightweight, he finds what he is looking for and more, and Adele keeps him fully informed of things that no one else sees and he pulls his “groats” out of the fire just in time, culminating in a fight. I am not familiar with the battles he discusses at the beginning, and am lightly familiar with the history but his points are well taken and his books tightly woven and fun.
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The novel further develops its main characters deftly and gives the reader a taste of the intrigue and dangers of political unrest, together with the gallantry of honorable adversaries and exciting naval action. Having read, listened and liked Drake’s previous seven titles in this series I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Not as good as the previous books in the series but that was always going to be a very hard task. It doesn’t mean this is a bad book or hard to read. Leary and Mundy are their normal, if they can be called normal, selves. Action is fast and furious and I like the series!!
Another excellent book in this series. David Drake is a master of military Sci-Fi and this series combines that, a bit of romance, straight science fiction and more character development than his slammers stories. This is a must have book in the series for anyone who loves quality space opera.
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An excellent David Drake novel, i can recomend it to anyone who has read and enjoyed a David Drake book, they can be accused of being formulaic, but that is only a problem if you do not like the formula, An excellent example of ‘Operatic Military Science Fiction’.
David Drake is one of my favorite authors and this book did not disappoint me. I like in particular about this series that the story is exciting, but also a bit ‘light’. The universe of his, his ‘world’, is interesting and makes me smile because much of it could be from the 19th century – and indeed, he is basing some of his story on the navel books by Patrick O’Brian, which I also enjoy very much.
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