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Publisher Description

The Lost Fleet: Relentless found its way onto the New York Times bestseller list...

Now Victorious leads the charge again-and "Black Jack" Geary is in command...


As war continues to rage between the Alliance and Syndicate Worlds, Captain "Black Jack" Geary is promoted to admiral-even though the ruling council fears he may stage a military coup. His new rank gives him the authority to negotiate with the Syndics, who have suffered tremendous losses and may finally be willing to end the war. But an even greater alien threat lurks on the far side of the Syndic occupied space.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2010
April 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

admiral perc ,

Solid space opera

I read any space opera / military science fiction I can get my hands on, and the Lost Fleet series doesn't disappoint. In my opinion Jack Campbell is not in the same league as David Weber or Steve White when it comes to writing about epic space battles between fleets of warships, but he nevertheless has created an interesting, unique and plausible universe and storyline. Lots of cool naval weaponry and futuristic technology. Definitely recommend to fans of the genre.

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Gausley ,

Worthy and satisfying ending.

The conclusion of the original six-book arc of Jack Campbell's "Lost Fleet" series ties up the main ends in a satisfying way. Another plus is that the overall quality of the books has continued to grow. The space battles, which are the main driving force of the series, are kept interesting by constantly changing strategies and tactics, and situations. Not only does this one tie up the war with the Syndics, but also opens the way for the follow-up series, "Beyond the Frontier". One small caveat I had was the ease with which the other captains accepted the existence of the alien threat and jumped right on board, but then again another protracted political drama wouldn't have been welcomed at that point, either.
Overall a satisfying read, especially the resolution of the relationship at the end. If you've read his far, then you shouldn't be disappointed.

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