Sure, you have the battle scenes, etc. Wil je deze content als ongepast rapporteren? The clock is ticking quickly toward midnight. Andi Lafarage is still in the picture even though Tyler Barron tries to send her off to safety. Very highly recommended, and I can't wait to get to Book 7, The White Fleet! Without having a spoiler, and consistent with the other books in the series what I continue to like about it the most is the character development. In the Badlands, deep in the haunted vastness of pre-Cataclysmic space, a new discovery threatens to upset the balance of power. The White Fleet is a vast force, powerful and crewed by the toughest veterans from the war.
Dauntless is book six of the Blood on the Stars series. War rages between the Confederation and the Union. They will go to the Bottleneck, the system where the Union is preparing the final assault. Still, Commodore Barron wants to command this mission from the Dauntless using his old crew. The ending is very satisfactory, however, and without any spoilers, it leaves open the possibility of a Book 7, perhaps? Jay Allan con Dauntless Blood on the Stars Book 6 English Edition The pulsar…an ancient weapon of unimaginable power, one that threatens the Confederation with total destruction. My only complaint is that Allan seems to repeat himself to the point where I began getting annoyed. And the Alliance is there to help, but also has it's own problems back at home Thank you Sector Nine.
I loved the story line and all of the different scenarios that the story presented from beginning to the end. The powerful being the economic rulers, not a gaggle of political frontmen senators, etc. Before the Confederation is caught between two enemies and destroyed. The lack of direction of empires at war is unbelievable. And this series needed to come to a close, especially after the events in the last few books.
They have placed themselves in the breach before, saved the Confederation from disaster more than once, but this will be their greatest test, a struggle like none of them have ever experienced. War is coming, darker and more terrible than any that have come before. Most of the characters have never developed past two dimensions even after six books. As I mentioned, there are several story lines in this book. This was another one of those books that you just can't put down. This was a good story to round out the story of the battle with the Union. The Union fleets continue inexorably forward, seemingly immune to the supply constraints that have bogged down past invasions.
He also wants to carry out this mission using the Dauntless, his old ship. And the Alliance is there to help, but also has it's own problems back at home Thank you Sector Nine. Personally, I hate it when I come to the end of a good book, or what appears to be the end of a great series. The action scenes most of this book are well done and gripping. And, even if Barron and his people succeed in their mission, they will be trapped behind the enemy fleet, cut off and alone. A pity really as the other books in the series kept my attention all the way through the books.
The warrior-like Alliance is also now an ally to the Confederation after the events in the last book. And the Union is on the verge of collapse, and the Confederation is sick and tired of a never ending war oh look, Sector Nine is at it again. And, even if Barron and his people succeed in their mission, they will be trapped behind the enemy fleet, cut off and alone. Dauntless is book six of the Blood on the Stars series. Blood on the Stars will continue with The White Fleet. Most of the characters have never developed past two dimensions even after six books.
Including this book, the entire series captured my atte Dauntless is an exciting and thoroughly enjoyable read. But, now it appears the tide may be changing and the Union could break the stalemate with an ancient weapon. But this battle is for all the marbles, and it plays out in spectacular fashion! I am thrilled that the White Fleet is taking off in exploration and truly cannot wait to see what they find. The characters have been developing throughout the series, but this final? The Confederation has its own ancient devi The pulsar…an ancient weapon of unimaginable power, one that threatens the Confederation with total destruction. It is not as powerful as the pulsar, but it just may be enough. It is not as powerful as the pulsar, but it just may be enough. They will go to the Bottleneck, the system where the Union is preparing the final assault.
There is a chance to avoid annihilation, a small one. There is a chance to avoid annihilation, a small one. The Union has found an ancient super weapon called the Pulsar and it is capable of destroying the entire Confederation fleet in a space battle. This weapon can destroy most any Confed starship with one shot. His society was ruined for generations.
And, even if Barron and his people succeed in their mission, they will be trapped behind the enemy fleet, cut off and alone. They are now and have been in a long, drawn-out war with the Union. They must sneak around the vast forces of the Union fleet, into the heart of the massively-defended system, and somehow destroy the pulsar. It is night, and everywhere there is darkness, but the Confederation is not beaten yet. As well how fast the Union is recovering. From the grit and determination of the defending fleets and their spacers.
He plans to take his old ship, the Dauntless, and his entire original crew has volunteered to go with him. Blood on the Stars Book 6 Dauntless is the crowning moment in a long drawn out series. The Hegemony is coming to impose its brutal system of genetic supremacy on the Confederation and the other nations on the Rim, to make its elite Masters the unchallenged rulers of all human habitation in the galaxy. This is almost used to just add more words to the book. Any book that can cause sleep deprivation and has me trying to figure out times when I can get back to reading.