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The First Imperium

The First Imperium The Marines Last Stand The Alliance and its colonies have called a truce and signed the Confederation Agreement providing the frontier worlds with guarantees of self government No one expects the dea

  • Title: The First Imperium
  • Author: JayAllan
  • ISBN: 9780615782607
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Marines Last Stand The Alliance and its colonies have called a truce and signed the Confederation Agreement, providing the frontier worlds with guarantees of self government No one expects the deal to last, and both sides are preparing for the next showdown.But from the depths of space another challenge is coming, one that will endanger the very survival of mankind aThe Marines Last Stand The Alliance and its colonies have called a truce and signed the Confederation Agreement, providing the frontier worlds with guarantees of self government No one expects the deal to last, and both sides are preparing for the next showdown.But from the depths of space another challenge is coming, one that will endanger the very survival of mankind and force not just the Alliance and its colonies, but all of the Superpowers, to join forces or face annihilation.The dusty ruins the Alliance discovered on Epsilon Eridani IV were built by an ancient race, eons dead But their guardians remain, and the disturbance of the long silent cave triggered an automated alert, one which has been heard.Erik Cain and his Marines grimly take to the field once again, for what may be their final battle, against the robotic legions of the First Imperium.But facing a ruthless and technologically superior enemy may be easier than learning to fight alongside old enemies.

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    1. Nice beginning to the 2nd story arc trilogy in this excellent military SiFi series. Good entertaining read with a good feel for the military characters. Recommended

    2. Another great book in this series. An electronic "god" has been awakened and is heading for Earth killing everything in its path.It's up to the Marines to stop that except the enemy forces are all robots and they have technology far superior to anything the Marines have available.Great space battles and great planet side battle.Starting the next book in the series immediately

    3. Another great story in a fantastic story line. How does one defeat machines that feel no pain, don't retreat, and are virtually impossible to combat? You get General Cain and his merry band of Marines to kick their a-- back to wherever they came from, that's what! The entire cast of characters from the previous novels are in full battle mode and ready to winbut they Must "Hold the Line." Exciting reading for anyone who enjoys good military sci-fi, good characters, and truly evil villains.

    4. A very entertaining storyI really enjoy this series. Cain is a great leader. There's a continuing mystery regarding the enemy. I have purchased the whole series of books. I am starting the next one.

    5. This series keeps biuldingAs story goes everything evolves. I have grown to love this story. As thing's worsen they fight to hold on

    6. Sad, man I did not expect that. As per the norm I really enjoyed this story and the way it was written helped to keep me in it.

    7. This review covers Crimson Worlds Books 1-9. I read them consecutively, so can only review them comprehensively.Overall: The books are really good, but fall short of being great, for reasons I'll outline below.Characters: The protagonists are well written, likable, and appropriately complex. The antagonists are clever, and help drive the plot, but perhaps at times lack sufficient positive features to make them completely realistic.Writing/Editing: The copy editing is well done - no complaints th [...]

    8. How in the heck do you defeat machines? They have no heart, no feelings, and don’t really die since they aren’t living in the first place. That’s the problem facing Gen Caine and his Marines in this new war. An older than dirt semi-sentient AI has awakened to the fact that his far flung empire is no longer by itself. These new beings have settled on his worlds without permission and they must be eradicated at once. Initially, nothing is heard about this new problem since the worlds threate [...]

    9. With this installment in the Crimson Worlds series we are back in business again. This book contains a lot less political BS (although there are still some present) and instead brings the “real” story into focus. That is the story of the newly awakened “First Imperium” and their unexpected and devastating attacks on the human colonies.This book have many of the elements that I like in a good Sci-Fi book. The surprise factor when aliens show up for the first time, action both in space and [...]

    10. GREAT kickoff to this section of the series. A non-human, merciless force that knows no quarter and only wants to destroy the intruders into its space is an enemy that the human race can unite behind to fight. Jay Allan deftly blends the strings of past enemies that must now untie and fight as one or the human race is lost. He shows how individual commanders can some times make the most disastrous decisions through failing to make a decision because of past events and prejudices. One of the bett [...]

    11. Book 3 of the series. More action and less politics than Book 2. The Marines, who are still recovering from the Rebellion and the machinations of Gavin Stark an unrelenting, technologically superior new threat, with the survival of the human species in the balance.Now that most of the main characters have achieved senior rank, the POV in the battles is more command-and-control oriented.

    12. This book was great till the half way mark. The author slimed over all the fighting and repeated himself. I feel this author thinks his readers are stupid and need to be reminded of stuff that has happened in earlier books or he need to fill up the book so it was 200 pages

    13. Its a good continuation of the series. The action is there, the threat is present. It grips and moves like the others in the line.There are a few more spelling/grammer errors then in the prior works and a bit more repitition in describing the characters then Im used to.

    14. Support indie authorsThis saga is one of the reasons I could bet on indie books rather than bestsellers. Jay Allan managed to keep writing an interesting story and, most important, the desire of read the new books.

    15. This was another good edition in the Crimson World series. As always, Allan was crisp and concise while still managing to bring his characters and worlds to life. I very much enjoy his writing style.

    16. The first three books was look starship troopers mix with star craft but without the bug like aliens but this one was like that but add halo and mass effect3 to the mix. This is one of the better sic-if series if reader and can't what wait for the next book in the series.

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