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Warrior ❴Download❵ ➺ Warrior Author Nick Webb – Thomashillier.co.uk We repelled the Swarm, for now But they won t stop they re inhuman They have no inhibitions No conscience And no mercy But from the crucible of battle has risen an unlikely hero Captain Timothy Grange We repelled the Swarm, for now But they won t stop they re inhuman They have no inhibitions No conscience And no mercy But from the crucible of battle has risen an unlikely hero Captain Timothy Granger, at the helm of another time tested battleship, will take the fight to the enemy He ll discover their secrets Find their homeworld Destroy it before they destroy ours He will save us all He must Or we ll die Warrior.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 378 pages
  • Warrior
  • Nick Webb
  • English
  • 03 May 2017

About the Author: Nick Webb

Nick became a scientist so that he could build starships Unfortunately, his ship is taking longer to build than he d hoped, so fictional starships will have to do for now When he s not adding to his starship collection, you can find him tweeting and facebooking about Nasa, science, space, SciFi, and quoting Star Trek IIHe lives in Alabama with his wife, kids, and motorcycles Note This author also writes books under the name of Endi Webb.



10 thoughts on “Warrior

  1. Charles van Buren Charles van Buren says:

    Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER3.0 out of 5 starsWheels within wheelsApril 7, 2019Format Kindle EditionThis review is of the Kindle edition Publication date November 16, 2015Language EnglishASIN B01843ZDJCThere are already over 600 reviews about 87% positive There really isn t much need for another but here is a short one A large part of this volume involves duplicitous politicians and convoluted politics Who can be trusted Wheels within wheels even in the fleet Not quite up to the f Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER3.0 out of 5 starsWheels within wheelsApril 7, 2019Format Kindle EditionThis review is of the Kindle edition Publication date November 16, 2015Language EnglishASIN B01843ZDJCThere are already over 600 reviews about 87% positive There really isn t much need for another but here is a short one A large part of this volume involves duplicitous politicians and convoluted politics Who can be trusted Wheels within wheels even in the fleet Not quite up to the first volume.I downloaded this book via Kindle Unlimited

  2. Jarek "the Mistborn" Dąbrowski Jarek "the Mistborn" Dąbrowski says:

    Great second book in the legacy fleet trilogy The plot has expanded and so have the characters plus we gotaliens D quick fast paced read Got me biting nails at one point D Just the thing for epic fantasy hangovers 4 stars and I WILL read the last one for sure.

  3. Sean Rassleagh Sean Rassleagh says:

    The story line has now diverged from BattleStar Galactica and we re on somethinglike Star Trek Enterprise series 3 where they go after the Xindi The earth is scarred by the swarm super weapon and the Warrior is going after their homeworld before they can come back and attack earth again.Once again we get a mix of huge Battlestar Galactica like space battles but this time withpolitical intrigue and some similar story developments as Enterprise when they start engaging with the enemy The story line has now diverged from BattleStar Galactica and we re on somethinglike Star Trek Enterprise series 3 where they go after the Xindi The earth is scarred by the swarm super weapon and the Warrior is going after their homeworld before they can come back and attack earth again.Once again we get a mix of huge Battlestar Galactica like space battles but this time withpolitical intrigue and some similar story developments as Enterprise when they start engaging with the enemy species Trying to avoid spoilers here.As science fiction the science bit sucks although the author deserves a bit of kudos for going metric and chucking in some actual SI units like Joules Marks off for thinking 2 pi is 6.14 though More seriously this is supposed to be 500 years in the future but it is actuallylike the 1980s in terms of information technology People with filing cabinets with combination locks and printouts People crashing ships with thousands of crew as a suicide tactic rather than using drones We are already getting close to the point where computers will fly fighter planes better than people and five hundred years from now we still need human pilots There isn t any real attempt to envision technology and life 500 years in the future, just copying standard tropes from Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica which are looking dated because our own technology has moved on.I thought this one was weaker than the first It was still good enough to read in one go and onto the third immediately but only because it was free on KU There s not much memorable here

  4. Enzo Enzo says:

    So in this second volume of the Trilogy Captain Granger is now known as the Hero of Earth He enters battle with a completely different approach then others This is what is holding back the Swarm We see how devastating the Swarm are and how totally unready the IDF was All in a days work for Granger and Commander Proctor As the War progresses Humans have their first contact with the Dolmasi They are one of the seven races that have been enslaved by the Swarm The Dolmasi are formidable and So in this second volume of the Trilogy Captain Granger is now known as the Hero of Earth He enters battle with a completely different approach then others This is what is holding back the Swarm We see how devastating the Swarm are and how totally unready the IDF was All in a days work for Granger and Commander Proctor As the War progresses Humans have their first contact with the Dolmasi They are one of the seven races that have been enslaved by the Swarm The Dolmasi are formidable and they will play their part when it comes to it The IDF also has other fronts, internally they are trying to prevent the killing of President Avery I really enjoy the dimensions Nick Webb has added to the series So manyvenues where a real war is fought.Great read and fast Lots of action for the action junkies Deviation from the tried and true formula is minimum but it just makes the read evenenjoyable

  5. John W McKinney John W McKinney says:

    Nice readA Good sequel to Constitution The characters work to overcome what seems to be a insurmountable task only to be surprised at the last minute Downloading Victory, the third volume now Enjoy

  6. Lee Zagrzebski Lee Zagrzebski says:

    This is a very different book than the first of the series And not in a good way Nick pretty much abandons any semblance of the gritty realism albeit stolen from BSG that made Constitution a very good book The technology, logistics, and politics all drastically change their feel.For instance, we are to believe they managed to pull the Warrior into service after being decommissioned very quickly, not only that but they doubled its armorments and quintupled it s fighter cimpliment That s This is a very different book than the first of the series And not in a good way Nick pretty much abandons any semblance of the gritty realism albeit stolen from BSG that made Constitution a very good book The technology, logistics, and politics all drastically change their feel.For instance, we are to believe they managed to pull the Warrior into service after being decommissioned very quickly, not only that but they doubled its armorments and quintupled it s fighter cimpliment That s just insane It defies logic and credulity Or the entires internal logic so the Qdroves is wiped away The scouts were blazingly fast, able to Qjump once a minute, and now ever ship in the fleet can This is just handeaved away How about barely being able to scrap together a couple dozen shops to defend Earth in constitution to field over a thousand in a single flee Or the logistics of somehow pumping out hundreds of ships in a matter of months Given the scale of these ships from Athens first book this just isn t probabale Or how being engaged in nearly daily battles you can get magically repaired with littlethan a grossly insiffient mention as to how Or the idea of keeping millions of people engaged in secret projects creating hundreds of ships and illegal arms without anyone noticing.This pattern of fiat and dues ex machine persists throughout Warrior Really, it feels like that when Nick wrote Constitution, he had no real plan for here his future books were going and when he started writing them there wasn t anyone there to edit for content and consistency Really, this book felt very lazily written and is a pale shadow of Constitution.He s just trying to tell a different kind of story than in a Constitution, and IMO that s a mistake

  7. Steve Steve says:

    The first book of this series was enjoyable, so I picked up the second shortly after it came out I must admit that I found the first four or so chapters of this book to be weak, with Granger and Proctor acting out of character and even silly I almost gave it three stars just for that weak beginning and also for what I would consider needless vulgarity After that, however, the book settles down and becomes another enjoyable installment in this series Webb has created another page turner, an The first book of this series was enjoyable, so I picked up the second shortly after it came out I must admit that I found the first four or so chapters of this book to be weak, with Granger and Proctor acting out of character and even silly I almost gave it three stars just for that weak beginning and also for what I would consider needless vulgarity After that, however, the book settles down and becomes another enjoyable installment in this series Webb has created another page turner, and I will read the next one

  8. Elizabeth Perez Elizabeth Perez says:

    A continuation of fighting against the swarm.Lots of interesting things happen we find out the name of the swarm and some other facts We learn a littleabout the President and veep The ending left me with an odd feeling, I loved most of it I guess there was sort of a cliff hanger kinda I just can t wait to find out to one of the characters but I am also a little afraid so I am going to move on to a few other books before jumping into 3.Overall of a middle book in the series this one A continuation of fighting against the swarm.Lots of interesting things happen we find out the name of the swarm and some other facts We learn a littleabout the President and veep The ending left me with an odd feeling, I loved most of it I guess there was sort of a cliff hanger kinda I just can t wait to find out to one of the characters but I am also a little afraid so I am going to move on to a few other books before jumping into 3.Overall of a middle book in the series this one wasn t bad

  9. Phoenix Reads Phoenix Reads says:

    I love the whole series The hero is a seriously flawed captain of a starship that is going to be junked It is old an obsolete warship and there has not been a war for 200 years He is sent out on one last mission and finds that we are not alone in the universe And the aliens want to destroy us all Great battle scenes.

  10. Betty Johnson Betty Johnson says:

    Great Example of a classic science fiction space operaThis is a really good series Action and drama, well defined characters, and the story that keeps you interested from beginning to end Shades of Battlestar Galactica make this something well worth reading.

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