[KINDLE] ❀ Imperfect Sword (The Lost Stars, #3) ❄ Jack Campbell – Realestatelawcenter.us

Imperfect Sword (The Lost Stars, #3) The Wait Is Over New York Times Bestselling Author Jack Campbell Continues His Action Packed Spin Off To The Lost Fleet Series As The Syndicate S Civil War Threatens To Spread Even Farther Into The Final Frontier President Gwen Iceni And General Artur Drakon Have Successfully Liberated The Midway Star System But The Former Rulers Of The Syndicate Worlds Won T Surrender The Region Without A Fight The Dictatorial Regime Has Ordered The Ex Syndicate CEOs Terminated With Extreme Prejudice And The System S Citizens Punished For Their Defiance Outnumbered And Led By Junior Officers Hastily Promoted In The Wake Of The Uprising, Midway S Warships Are No Match For The Fleet Massing And Preparing To Strike But The Syndicate Isn T The Only Threat Facing Iceni And Drakon Another Former CEO Has Taken Control Of The Ulindi Star System, The First Calculated Move Toward Establishing His Own Little Empire With Drakon S Ground Forces Dispatched To Ulindi, Midway Erupts In Violence As Syndicate Agents And Other, Unknown Enemies Stoke A Renewed Revolt Against Iceni S Power Leaving Both Her And Drakon Vulnerable To Trusted Officers Just Waiting For An Opportune Moment To Betray Them

[KINDLE] ❀ Imperfect Sword (The Lost Stars, #3)  ❄ Jack Campbell – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Hardcover
  • 369 pages
  • Imperfect Sword (The Lost Stars, #3)
  • Jack Campbell
  • 03 April 2017
  • 0425272257

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❀ Imperfect Sword (The Lost Stars, #3) ❄ Jack Campbell – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    This series is seriously suspenseful I admit I am quite hooked There were moments in this book where I thought it was all over, so kudos to you, Mr Campbell My question now is, when is the next one coming out Overall rating 4.5 5.0 stars.Reviewed for Bitten by Books


  2. says:

    The third Lost Stars book Spoilers ahead for the first two and less so, for the Lost Fleet.For instance, the book deals quite a bit with what Colonel Morgan did last book, and the hold it gives her over General Drakon.But that s not the main plot The main plot is that a nearby planet, Ulinda, is looking like an issue and a possibility Morgan is set to scout before an invasion, though they have serious issues allocating forces, even with having recovered the fleet members who were Alliance The third Lost Stars book Spoilers ahead for the first two and less so...


  3. says:

    Imperfect Sword is 3 of the Shadow series called The Lost Stars I loved it These novels parallel The Lost Fleet series but taken from the point of view of the bad guys in particular the Midway system that has broken away from the Syndicate Worlds The leadership is trying to be good guys but they really only half believe that it is possible and are often surprised when being a good guy actually works for them The Story President Icini and General Draken still don t fully trust each Imperfect Sword is 3 of the Shadow series called The Lost Stars I loved it These novels parallel The Lost Fleet series but taken from the point of view of the bad guys in particular the Midway system that has broken away from the Syndicate Worlds The leaders...


  4. says:

    A nice entry in the Lost Stars series and a nice adventure The only problem is it is tying off previous threads and setting the stage for new ones which isn t a bad thing.The bad thing is now I have to wait for the next one and it ll be a while yet.


  5. says:

    Evenaction packed and tense than previous installments.


  6. says:

    This is Jack Campbell at his best I thoroughly enjoyed this latest romp in his Lost Stars spin off series The characters are all fleshing out nicely sympathetic and believable the action, both space and planet based is fast, exciting and never too drawn out In fact I think this is possibly Campbell s most balanced book that I ve read so far The Midway system continues its efforts to evolve from Syndicate totalitarianism towards a free democracy There s still a way to go but the steps fo This is Jack Campbell at his best I thoroughly enjoyed this latest romp in his Lost Stars spin off series The characters are all fleshing out nicely sympathetic and believable the action, both space and planet based is fast, exciting and never too drawn out In fact I think this is possibly Campbell s most balanced book that I ve read so far The Midway system continues its efforts to evolve from Syndicate totalitarianism towards a free democracy There s still a way to go but the steps forward as well as the setbacks, the reluctant trust and sometimes equally reluctant restraint from the old ways is all very credibly handled Probably even better in this volume than in the previous ones where these aspects tended to be a little too front and centre, too in your face, whilst here they have been allowed to settle down a little, giving space for other motivations to come to the fore.These books are not great works of literature ...


  7. says:

    I keep reading Jack Campbell s The Lost Stars series because I like the reoccurring characters who are featured in it The independent star system of Midway launched a preemptive invasion to liberate the Ulundi star system General Drakon s infantry division are almost trapped on the planet when a battleship from Midway shows up to even the score for the underdogs The remaining Syndicate Worlds mobile forces and infantry divisions are destroyed and scattered by a planetary bombardment That he I keep reading Jack Campbell s The Lost Stars series because I like the reoccurring characte...


  8. says:

    Fine serial novel involving the newly independent Midway finding it s way in a treacherous time Syndicate forces attack again, Midway resists and is successful enough to work on stabilizing nearby star systems Iceni remains on the still unstable Midway and Drakon heads out to topple what appears to be a warlord intent on growing his realm Enigmas are scouting things out as well After another dozen novels set in this universe, it s hard to say they re outstanding I enjoy them, but I can t jo Fine serial novel involving the newly independent Midway finding it s way in a treacherous time Syndicate forces attack again, Midway resists and is successful enough to work on stabilizing nearby star systems Iceni remains on the still unstable Midway and Drakon heads out to topple what appears to be a warlord...


  9. says:

    Another in the Lost Stars series by Jack Campbell I can t help but root for Iceni and Drakon I love watching them wrestle with the issues I wish they would do it a LITTLEdeeply, but no worries This book had some nice suspense, though unfortunately, the ba...


  10. says:

    Minor error where Drakon is referred to as Geary during a battle, somebody lets out a breath they didn t know they were holding I KNOW how far a ship travels at point two light speed Apart from that another good book from Jack Campbell

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