[Read] ➪ Fracture Lines (Glass Complex Trilogy #2) Author John Hindmarsh – Thomashillier.co.uk

Fracture Lines (Glass Complex Trilogy #2) Steg De Coeur, Severely Wounded, Is Transported Back In Time To An Imperial Hospital Starship He Recovers Physically, Thanks To The Efforts Of Dr Yi And Her Nurses However, He Has Lost His Memory And Is Unable To Account For His Presence On Board The Starship ImpSec Charge Him With Spying And Sentence Him To Death Steg Is Off Loaded In Chains And Transported To A Prison Run By The House Of Aluta Where He Will Be Scheduled For Execution.His Sword, Ebony, Has Its Own Adventure.Steg Escapes The Prison When A Mercenary Commander Recruits Prisoners Who Have Been Sentenced To Death He Establishes Himself As A Potential Mercenary Officer While Gradually Recovering His Memory He Discovers The Mercenaries, Lured Into A Trap By Their Alien Strategist, Are About To Engage With Xesset Starships He Has To Contend With Betrayal, A Charion Priestess, And Divided Loyalties Of The Mercenaries Fain Help With His Memory Recovery And His Computer Controlling Ability Returns.Steg Takes Over Leadership Of The Mercenary Force And With His Own Ebony Company Is Tasked With The Capture Of A Freighter Loaded With Munitions He Must Defeat Its Xesset Escort And Also Overcome Their Dreadnought Sent To Destroy The Mercenaries And Capture Their Client S Planet.Steg Is Needed By The Glass Complex.


10 thoughts on “Fracture Lines (Glass Complex Trilogy #2)

  1. says:

    First, let me say that I rarely write out a full review I only do so when I feel that a book or series, author, etc deserves special recognition I most certainly feel that the Glass Complex Trilogy, and author John Hindmarsh, deserve for me to spend a little time to leave a written review I cannot recommend the Glass Complex Trilogy enough All three books in the trilogy were compelling reads in their own right, but the overall series was simply incredible This is the type of find that simply makes me giddy, because it delivers far than expected From the first chapter, I was hooked The story was fast paced, creative, and I was truly sad that I had finished the book Ultimately, that is a simple rule of thumb for me to know if a book or series is truly special This trilogy is truly special.The expected scientific advances found in most space operas were intertwined by the author with certain ancient cultural traditions in a way I found to be unique and essential to the narrative I ...


  2. says:

    The whole sword fighting progeny Steg, determined to save the world at any cost, drew me into this trilogy in book one Somewhere, though, the whole idea that Steg is an expert swordsman got lost and the focus turned to Steg mentally overtaking computer systems By the end of book one I started to dislike the whole egotistical feel of the book But of course book one ends with a cliff hanger and I just had to see what happened Book two introduces a totally new and other people dependent side of Steg who has now lost his memory Again, I was totally drawn in at the beginning of the book but by the end I started to feel a bit cheated by the focus being shifted once again Now instead of wondering whether Steg can actually put the pieces and people aliens in place to save the world we are supposed to focus on the relationship between Steg and the Fain What ever happened to Lorraine What happened to Ebony Will Steg ever use ...


  3. says:

    terrificThe glass complex trilogy is one of the most enjoyable reads I ve had for a long time and Steg de Coeur one of the best characters,it s great to meet a character who isn t constantly second guessing himself or driven by doubt,he just adapts and gets the job done The whole premise of the tale is thoroughly entertaining,interesting despicable villains both...


  4. says:

    Before you read this one, please note it is the second book of a series if you haven t read book one, the characters and events will not make much sense to you.The author picked up the tale right where he left off with book one, and I did find myself with a few what if moments thinking about the future technology If you enjoyed book one, I m pretty sure you will enjoy this installment with o...


  5. says:

    Fracture Lines Glass Complex Trilogy 2 by John Hindmarsh A well done sequel in the trilogy Throughout this book, the author hit s his notes well, and keeps the plot moving The characters are still a bit one dimensional, but they do drive the twisted plot and the plot is devious enough to keep you turning the pages.And why is it that Imperial Security in every universe are always the bad guys And in every part of the timeline as we...


  6. says:

    3.5 stars MC is increasingly a Mary Sue, but the tale is diverting.


  7. says:

    Good read with a few frustrating bits that just seemed stuck in and not fitting in the logic of the story


  8. says:

    They all have name tags, though The opening pages of this book are phenomenal, rattling the reader through hospital corridors as an empty gurney rushes along in pursuit of it s orders to collect someone Then the hectic journey back again, this time carrying the unconscious body of a man, until it discharges it s passenger in the I.C.U where nursing staff are waiting It is exciting stuff But there is also an inherent mystery no one knows who this man is, how the gurney was programmed, who informed the surgeon to make ready, nor how he came to be on the hospital ship, xTaur.The man is Captain Steg de Coeur, of the Imperial Intelligence Agency, astronavigator, military shuttle pilot and some hundred plus years out of his time He recovers, physically, thanks to the care of the staff, but his memory is, at best, patchy and, unable to explain his presence or strange uniform, is tried, convicted and sentenced to death as a spy and this is just the beginning of this action packed, well written story The writing is detailed and descriptive, and filled with a large cast of charac...


  9. says:

    Fracture Lines The Glass Complex Book 2 By John Hindmarsh5 out of 5 starsThe story of Fracture Lines The Glass Complex Book 2 by John Hindmarsh is a Science Fiction Space Marine Military book Steg de Coeur is severely wounded and is transported to an Imperial hospital starship His physical wounds heal, however he has lost his memory and is unable to give an accounting of his presence on board the starship Charged with spying and sentenced to death He escapes the prison and becomes a potential mercenary officer Will he be able to contend with betrayal and divided loyalties while he tries to regain his memories What a story I came into this series with this book and I can t wait to read book 1 and then book 3 This is a fast paced sci fi story that will have your head being whiplashed as you try to read quickly to find out what happens next The characters and storyline is awesome and addictive...