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Review Victory Author Nick Webb

Victory Author Nick Webb Read & download ´ 2 Ù ❮Reading❯ ➹ Victory ➱ Author Nick Webb – Horticulturetrader.co.uk United Earth burns The Swarm runs rampant across our space We mourn the loss of thousands of ships and millions of fallen comrades Billions of fathers mothers sisters and brothers all gone alS and brothers all gone all dead It is time we end this for our moment has come But victory never comes without sacrifice Heroes are not taught nor trained but forge. The shrillest most profane leaders win and the reasonable uiet voices are suashedI enjoyed this one there were a lot of twists and turns The one thing I really liked about this series was that it wasn't like Star Trek it was actually original but in this one it did start to feel a little star trek ish I still highly recommend it

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D in blood and ashes Our grandchildrens' history books will tell our story and glorify the heroes and legends The Swarm will be conuered we will prevail At any price. This is a very clever finale to the trilogy tying all three books together and answering everything about the different time zones that you could want to know Webb clearly had the whole thing mapped out in advance of Book 1 allowing it all to be smartly concluded here with answers that are enjoyable and surprising in eual measure The whole conspiracy stuff that bogged down parts of Book 2 are wisely ditched leaving only the one uestion who do you trust Once again Webb gives himself plenty of time to show off his talent for edge of your seat space battles and morally grey characters Avery’s plan concerning the dreadnought along with how it plays out is shocking and leads to the whole uestion of where the ethical line is in war especially when Granger discovers which of their assumptions is wrong It’s all very clever It takes the trilogy forward to a conclusion as well as having an influence on the first 2 books leading to it all feeling exciting and very much complete There is an odd bit at the start Out of nowhere we spend four chapters with a new character called Rodriguez who then vanished for the rest of the book I’m not sure why he was there I don’t feel he added anything of value and his story such as it is wasn’t finished It’s an odd handful of chapters Occasionally the book explains stuff twice almost as if it’s nervous that maybe not everyone followed the first time around which made some of the dialogue feel unnecessary I also don’t buy a tiny reveal in the book’s epilogue; I feel Webb was interested in putting a little sting at the end without it really making much sense I suppose it’s fine but it is unnecessary final couple of pages to what is otherwise a thrilling read as well as a wholly satisfying conclusion to the trilogy

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Victory Author Nick WeUnited Earth burns The Swarm runs rampant across our space We mourn the loss of thousands of ships and millions of fallen comrades Billions of fathers mothers sister. We’re back with Captain Timothy Granger and his relatively new ship the “ISS Warrior” which he picked up after he crashed the “ISS Constitution” into Earth saving the planet from destruction by the Swarm He’s now gone to another system that has reported a Swarm attack This has been happening far too often and Granger’s task force seems to arrive just minutes too late to catch the Swarm Once again they have destroyed the only inhabited planet with nuclear devastation Granger is mad steaming mad and his thoughts are only about where the Swarm might have goneSoon he’s getting some kind of mental message telling him to look near a certain asteroid belt He tells his navigator to set a course and off they go The navigator has told Captain Granger that there’s nothing showing up on his sensor board in that area of space Still the spaceship plows on and finally arrives to findnothingGranger then sends a mental image of “Where are you I am here” No sooner has he done that when 10 or so Swarm carriers appear Now he’s in a fight for his very life He’s also sending out thoughts about the Dolmasi who were supposed to be allies Right after that thought the Dolmasi show up in sufficient numbers to win the battleThis keeps occurring all during the book Either a new ally comes to Captain Granger’s rescue or his enemy asks to form an alliance and stop the fighting There is a lot of space fighting in this book and I mean a lot There’s even some ground combat but I don’t know if you call space Marines invading an alien dreadnought as a ground attack The dreadnought has over a million inhabitants which obviously means it is extremely largeOh yeah Granger does manage to get the ISS Warrior” destroyed He’s executing a maneuver called Omega Three That maneuver is nothing than using your space ship to smash into the enemy Doesn’t leave much of either ship but at least the enemy got hammered Of course the enemy has thousands of replacements but the Earth Alliance is very very short on ships Not a good strategy After this last Omega Three Granger and his crew take over the you guessed it “ISS Victory”I like the character of Captain Granger He does seem to do a lot on his own but he is assisted by a very smart Commander Proctor She also is interesting in that she’s a scientist trying to figure out what makes the Swarm tick There are other background themes going on specifically with the Vice President who is out to become the President And then there’s the Chief of Staff General Norton He’s an enemy of Captain Granger if there ever was one Unfortunately the Swarm can infect humans with some kind of virus that can be activated and make them do stuff they wouldn’t otherwise I wonder if General Norton is infected How about othersA great rousing space warfare book that has the hero getting his rear end saved once too often The series seems complete although the ending was a bit off There might be some wiggle room for a continuation; just might