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Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3

REVIEW Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 Stice but with greed and television ratings Stark's Crusade ends this epic adventure Stark now the acting commander of the rebel American military forces on the moon must deal with the United Nations declaring him an outlaw while also taking on the entire American military and his own mutinous forces Paul Goat Allen. A fun ending to the trilogy with big smiles all around This book may be a bit gung ho USA at times but its heart is in the right place and I enjoyed it a great deal

REVIEW Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3

REVIEW Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 Back control of what America believes is its property After the Cold War America became the last superpower and dominated the world economically Other nations and corporations were forced to begin colonies and manufacturing plants in space In the ensuing war Stark realizes the war has nothing to do with peace or ju. A whole series have been nice insight to optimistic soldier who wants to improve military and its operations A little bit too naive and over patriotic for my taste but on the same time one possible future where bureaucracy and corporations are even in the driver s seat and regular people just follow orders

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REVIEW Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Stark's Crusade Stark's War Book 3 The Barnes Noble Review Stark's Crusade is the concluding volume of a popular military science fiction trilogy written by former US Navy officer John G Hemry The first two books Stark's War and Stark's Command began chronicling the life of Sergeant Ethan Stark a living military legend who is sent to the moon to take. This was a solid and admirable finish to the series and good as a stand alone military sci fi novel Overall the series was a bit weak in my opinion and I think the author was basically learning as he did it I probably would have abandoned it if I hadn t read and loved a later series by the author before this It was interesting to watch his growth as an author through his first three booksOne pleasant surprise to this book is that he managed to make his hero much compelling In the previous book Stark is a fairly simple straight forwardly good guy thrown into a tough situation and shining through It is a common theme that heroics isn t so much a remarkable person as a normal and basically good person thrown into remarkable circumstances The situation developed to allow creation of a much substantial hero which is always a major plus for me in a storyThe initial themes of the dual dangers of technology enabling greater micro management of soldiers by those far removed from the situation and of the increasing alienation between the military and civilian populations as the military gets smaller and pulled from a smaller subsection of society in a post draft world remain constant through the series and are actually well wrapped up An If this continues theme can be a hard one to develop and it was way too heavy handed in the first novel but I believe it was elegantly handled by the end