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Shattered Spear is the fourth book in Campbell s LOST STARS SERIES A SPINOFF FROM HIS LOST FLEET Stars series a spinoff from his Lost Fleet Led by President Iceni and General Drakon the Midway star system continues to consolidate its rebellion against the Syndicate Worlds The threat of those Syndicate Worlds is compounded by the hostile alien Enigmas setting up a new base in a neighbouring star system and the appearance of an apparently hostile warlord in the next system over from thatWith the Midway space fleet now much established the from thatWith the Midway space fleet now much established the of this book has moved towards Space Opera with ground based operations only making a relatively minor contribution to the story This is once again good intelligent military science fiction but sadly it really Felt Very Much Like Just Of The very much like just of the with constant reminders of how different everything is compared with the days of Syndicate rule and constant trust issues between the main protagonists somewhat alleviated by some interestingly different space actions including one involving four differen. The New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Fleet returns to the “strong saga” of a rebellion against a totalitarian regime and the determination of two people to create a better future in the farthest reaches of the colonized galaxy    The Syndicate Worlds continue to splinter as star systems pledge allegiance to President Gwen Iceni General Artur Drakon an.

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Shattered Spear The Lost Stars #4T groups each hostile To All The Others all the others is still an enjoyable read but the lack of variety means I may shortly draw a line under these books and I ll probably not move on to the preuel series Campbell has now started set during the early days of the Alliance Shattered Spear OFFERS A SATISFYING CONCLUSION TO THE LOST STARS SERIES a satisfying conclusion to the Lost Stars series who enjoyed the preceding three installments will not be disappointed by the manner in which the author brings the overall enjoyed the preceding three installments will not be disappointed by the manner in which the author brings the overall to a close Fourth book in The Lost Stars a side series to Campbell s long running Lost Fleet series focusing on the planet Midway which has broken away from the faltering repressive Syndicate Worlds President Iceni and General Drakon former Syndicate CEO s are learning how to build a functional government based on trust instead of fear They are making progress but although the long war with the Alliance has ended peace an almost forgotten concept is still far away The Syndicate Worlds want their rebellious colonies back the alien enigmas wa. D the new government they’re establishing at Midway But the toxic legacy of Syndicate rule continues to undermine their efforts as the rebels encounter difficulty trusting one another and believing their new leaders’ promises of freedom from tyranny   Before Iceni and Drakon can put their house in order they must deal with an even greater threat An enigma warship Nt all humans destroyed and the neighboring pirate ueen has a bitter grudge against Iceni And there are multiple assassins threatening the leaders of Midway All of this means political plotting military maneuvering and multiple space battlesCampbell writes good non jingoistic military SF This side series is worth reading but this book is a reading But this book is a bit than the first And it is very definitely not the place to start the series A wonderful ending to a very enjoyable series I enjoyed the characters watching them grow learn and dare over the series So much action Now I must wait for the next book in his Young Adult series Pillars of Reality which appears on the face of it to be fantasy but which I have decided is a blend of fantasy and science fiction or perhaps simply disguised science fiction It is however uite addictive and has two books left in the series It would seem that I am always waiting for a book by Jack Campbellor whatever he chooses to call himself His books are devourable Is that a word. As appeared and vanished near a Syndic colony If the aliens are  capable of jumping into other human occupied star systems then billions of people could be vulnerable to a hostile invasion fleet anywhere they choose to strike   But an even greater vulnerability lies with Iceni and Drakon as a once trusted adviser turned saboteur plans revenge   Genre Go Round Reviews. ,

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