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T S paul. Hard Strike. Beginnings: Worlds of Honor 6. Through Fiery Trials. Jack Campbell. Charles E. Eden's Exodus. David VanDyke. Kris Longknife - Emissary. War Maid's Choice. For More than Glory.
Skull's Shadows. Cauldron of Ghosts. The Hot Gate. Strands of Sorrow. Live Free or Die. Queen of Wands. Islands of Rage and Hope. Empire of Man. Vorpal Blade. Von Neumann's War. To Sail a Darkling Sea. Under a Graveyard Sky. Throne of Stars. Into the Looking Glass. Claws That Catch. Manxome Foe. Black Tide Rising. Unto the Breach. Choosers of the Slain. Tiger By the Tail. March to the Stars. A Deeper Blue. We Few. Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinners. Voices of the Fall. The Last Centurion. Narration is on the money. Well this is the last book in the series of 4 but its not really over, there are 8 more books in this series.
I liked how this series turned out, I was apprehensive about it because I didnt like how since it was before Sept 11th many things were strange in regard to the military and preparedness for war but after that it was put into high gear, so there were some things that were strange to here in this book. The other problem and its with all of Ringos books I have read and thats almost all of them on this site and that is that there are these side stories that seem to be going somewhere and just never do, but its ok because in the end the story isnt really lacking those unfinished side stories but it would be cool to see what happened.
Near the end you are setup for the next 8 books see above for proper reading order but mostly Cally's War and Watch on the Rhine in the very end - Cally's War, its strange because since you know there is a book titled that and it takes place when she is older you know she doesent die in this book even though she is put in danger a few times so you are waiting to see how things play out and its pretty good.
Then there is Watch on the Rhine and Yellow Eyes which should be read before Cally's War and you are setup for that in the last few minutes of this book so its pretty good and after you read these and the next 8, lol, go on to The Looking Glass series and then the Troy Rising because they are alone this path and are just great as well.
In this whole series also John Ringo is without a doubt, in my mind, one of the best science fiction writers currently plying the trade. I don't know if he grew up reading the masters heinlien, clarke, asimov An absolute joy to listen to Science Fiction like it needs to be This is the a good book we see more of mike oniell in this one i thought he forgot about him in this book.
This story is not very well written, and lacks logical progression. Characters enter and leave without being fully developed. This is more of a graphic novel than a well written literary work. It seems to be several short stories, or even essays loosely cobbled together. The narrator sometimes confuses the accents or speech sounds of the alien cultures and sometimes misses the change from female to male human voices, but overall gives an acceptable performannce.
In this world nukes are acceptable with no real long lasting consequences. Men are JHohn Wayne and women raquel Welsh, which makes the listen pretty boring. Not a pleasant listen for those reasons. Best wrap up of a story I have ever read. I highly recommend this book. Hell's Faire is a tale that everyone should read or listen to. I read it many years ago, and really enjoyed the audio version. Would you listen to Hell's Faire again? I read these books when they 1st came out and when i saw them in audio I could not resist, they are as good as I remembered them and I have now got the whole set in audio books, and am waiting for the next installment of Mike O'neil's adventures.
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What did you like most about Hell's Faire? Imagination, structure and well written. What other book might you compare Hell's Faire to, and why? Chris Fieldwaters Books, they are not quiet as well written, but very enjoyable and I hope he writes many more as I and my friends will buy them. Strange question, I simply enjoyed the read. Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry? I did both, truly. I Love his books. By: John Ringo.
Narrated by: Marc Vietor.
Series: Legacy of the Aldenata , Book 4. Length: 10 hrs and 52 mins. Publisher's Summary Hell's Faire continues Ringo's Legacy of the Aldenata series, this time pitting Major Mike O'Neal against a Posleen overlord with impressive technology looking to conquer human territories. What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. No Reviews are Available. Sort by:. Most Helpful Most Recent. Kindle Customer One word Awesome If you could sum up Hell's Faire in three words, what would they be? William UT Redneck Review I have enjoyed this book the best of the Aldenata series so far due mainly to its setting.
David What a great story! Paul Colin