Drysine Legacy (The Spiral Wars, #2)

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The first book in the series was an excellent action adventure space opera, with a marine woman commander who really knew her tactics and her strategy, and how to use all the necessary weapons This one is so blah that I gave it up today in favor of other, better book on my sidetable. This took way too long to get going, once it did, it was OK Ended well Good setup for the final book. Thought the first book in the series not particularly memorable, but good enough to read further Quit the second book halfway though just got worse and worse, and eventually I decided to stop wasting my time Basically, a bad David Drake novel And made me realize why Drake doesn t include aliens in his Honor Harrington novels he can t write them, and knows it Shephard can t either, but unfortunately doesn t know tha
Quite good On to the next book. Second book of the series This is not a stand alone book, and having read Renegade is necessary if ones want to make sense of it More characters are introduced, and some unlikely friends are met The story is well built and internally consistent Characters make sense, except maybe for Fleet Command machinations which are a bit far fetched I don t know, I understand that bad guys are sometimes necessary to build up a story, but there s nee
A little talkier than the opener, I think, but still top drawer military SF with great action scenes, pacing, character chemistry, and widening of the overall stakes Unlike the first episode, there is also some acknowledgement that ammo and other supplies actually need to be replenished The cast of aliens is strongly reminiscent of that in C.J Cherryh s CHANUR series one type even speaks in pidgin like the Mahendo sat and Shepherd s prose, particularly when describing battles
Very good Even better than book 1 Eager for book 4 Good chemistry between Erik and Trace, but I hope the author lets the sexual tension merely simmer No need to fill the pages with it This series has plenty going for it already And I like to keep guessing. The Drysine Legacy carries straight of from Renegade but manages to crank up the complexity and broaden the scope of the story to include evenaliens and to get deeper into the AI threat.Like its predecessor, it s a long book but the pages fly by and the story never drags I always wanted to know what would happen next.I felt that this book was less character driven than the last one The intricacies of the plot dominate the book and drive most of the action Yet the characters DO conti The Drysine Legacy carries straight of from Renegade but manages to crank up the complexity and broaden the scope of the story to include evenaliens and to get deeper into the AI threat.Like its predecessor, it s a long book but the pages fly by and the story never drags I always wanted to know what would happen next.I felt that this book was less character driven than the last one The intricacies of the plot dominate the book and drive most of the action Yet the characters DO continue to develop and their relationships shift in realistic ways.The action scenes and there are many of them are outstanding easy to visualise, massive in scale and very fast moving.I particular
This is a good second step in the story of the Spiral Wars Since we already know the main characters, we jump right into what happens next And what a jump.I like stories that have layers Here, I m thinking one direction for how things are interconnected and wham, I got hit with something far bigger We getdepth to the various alien races, both good and bad More of the history is hinted at I like the intersection of old and new, how the old can come back to haunt the present.Tif rocks This is a good second step in the sto