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Honor of the Clan

Honor of the Clan Three words that resound in the heart of the warrior but what is duty when country is gone Where does honour lie when allies are revealed as enemies when friends are not who they seem and when enemi

  • Title: Honor of the Clan
  • Author: John Ringo Julie Cochrane
  • ISBN: 9781416555919
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Three words that resound in the heart of the warrior, but what is duty when country is gone Where does honour lie when allies are revealed as enemies, when friends are not who they seem and when enemies are the ones we love

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      Published :2018-011-01T21:13:47+00:00

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    1. Intense. The Darhel are not too happy about the "deletion" of the Epetar group and they are striking back. DAG dependents and Indowy are being slaughtered, the Bane Sidhe are on the run, and Clan O'Neal is under the gun from enemies and allies alike. Even "Iron Mike" O'Neal is brought back to Earth to fight this particular fight but does he realize whose side he's on?? Even Cally's husband, Stewart, is needed but can his need to wheel-and-deal be used to help or hurt the O'Neals?Tragedy runs amu [...]

    2. Iron Mike O'Neal is recalled to Earth and giving the task of subduing the rebel Bane Sidhe who are giving the Darhel elves problems. He is unaware that his father and daughter survived the Posleen wars and that they are the leaders of the rebels as they object to humans being treated as garbage when humans are the ones fighting the galactic confederations' wars. Ringo always has great characters and lots of action along with a unique outlook.

    3. This book was . . . fine. Obviously, it clearly came out before “ the “Sidestories” that Ringo co-authored with Kratman. It is the third book in the “sub-series” called “Cally’s War” and was the “last book” in the series [other than The Sniper]. This time around, it felt like it was two stories blended into one story. It seemed like the authors had the start and finish for one story but neither a middle nor enough to sell as a complete novel AND they had another story where t [...]

    4. Product Description First time in paperback! Honor of the Clan is the sequel to the New York Times bestseller, Cally's War.About the Author John Ringo is author of the New York Times best-selling series known by most as "The Posleen Wars" comprising A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, Hell's Faire, and Cally's War. He also co-authored- with David Weber- March Upcountry, March to the Sea, March to the Stars and We Few in the Prince Rogers series. A veteran of the 82nd Airborn [...]

    5. Just could not find more than cursory interest to read the never-ending Posleen/O'Neal saga latest installment; John Ringo has great talent but outsourcing books and churning them in a saga that needs more and more complications to hide its essential preposterous setting is losing me as a reader. The only books I have recently enjoyed from the series are the Kratman ones (Yellow Eyes and Tuloriad) and I wish both authors will start writing more original stuff soon.

    6. Really?Well, the book is mostly good, but having one of the main characters buy it in such an unglorified way, right at the end of the book killed the hole experience for met sure if I'll read whatever comes next.

    7. I finished this one last before going to bed. Not what I was expecting. All it did was leave me wanting to continue the story. John Ringo has once again hooked me into a story that I can't wait to finish!!

    8. A friend of mine described this book as ending a bit like Empire Strikes Back. Yes, Ringo get the next book out in paper already.Good book, a little disjointed as it skips from scene to scene, but a good read.

    9. Wow, that ending was wrong on so many levels.This book caused a couple sleepless nights, and worth every second. Sir, keep 'em coming. Oh, and stop killing great characters.

    10. Definitely into the tails of the distribution. Ringo does military politics better than civilian. Good airplane book.

    11. This was better than the previous one. It was more about the characters and less about moving the whole story along.

    12. Put your initials and Y for a book you think should be included.Put your initials and N for a book you don't think should be included.Put your initals and ? for a book you are not sure about.

    13. The despicable Darhel (damn dirty elves) attempt to wipe out the Indowy and Clan O'Neal through their hired killers--they only succeed in driving Bane Sidhe O'Neal further underground.

    14. Good book until the end, and then ugh, the end of the trilogy was horrible. It's like John Ringo wanted to emotionally punish people. Maybe I'm just a sensitive soul

    15. John Ringo writes action packed military science fiction. Great continuation of his series on the Posleen war

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