[Reading] ➬ Prince of Sparta (Falkenbergs Legion #4) ➳ Jerry Pournelle – Thomashillier.co.uk

Prince of Sparta (Falkenbergs Legion #4) Defeated Before, The Earth Backed Helot Terrorist Hordes Renew Their Assault On The Legitimate Government Of Sparta And If They Again Face Defeat, This Time They Have A Doomsday Card To Play


10 thoughts on “Prince of Sparta (Falkenbergs Legion #4)

  1. says:

    Fascism, how I have missed thee I went through a mil SF phase in the 90 s, voraciously reading anything from Warworld over the Drakaverse to Hammer s Slammers, and of course the Falkenberg series I found the latter thoroughly distopian, even on the side of the good guys , which I ascribed to SF s myriads of viewpoints until finding out about JP s political side Still, I did like the books back then, so I decided to go on a Falkenberg rereading binge, so this review is about the whole seri Fascism, how I have missed thee I went through a mil SF phase in the 90 s, voraciously reading anything from Warworld over the...


  2. says:

    Good, but I recommend readingThe Prince to get all of these in order.


  3. says:

    This is the last in the series of the Falkenberg s Legions and really acts as a continuation of the story from Go tell the Spartans the conflict is now taking on a new level of ferocity and as desperation starts to set in you seeandextreme actions being take with the ultimate decision being made inevitably The book like the predecessor carries on the conflict on aclose quarter scale as compared to the earlier books However I personally think the book benefits from it I This is t...


  4. says:

    About halfway through this novel, I thought Well, if I read wolfish grin again, I won t be responsible for what I do Exactly two pages later I was reading the book like a maniac I have never seen a book so suddenly get its act together and get really good The last half of the book had some of the best scenes of the entire series Solid protagonists, engaging antagonists, and well done action sequences combined to make this an excellent conclusion to Falkenberg s Legions Is it the best sc About halfway through this novel, I thought Well, if I read wolfish grin ag...


  5. says:

    You should read this book AFTER you read Go Tell The Spartans by the same author Together, they tell the story of free society under attack both from within and without, by powerhungry barbarbians A parble for our times, and perhaps a warning to keep a close watch on those who play with peoples live...


  6. says:

    This is the best of the 4 books in the series Best character development, best action, best battles This universe is really set up for manybooks, so I can t figure why there hasn t been a book 5 in the past 25 years Sad.


  7. says:

    Oddly paced but still entertaining enough I love the CoDominium universe My biggest gripe is it had some of Pournelle s oddness in endings that just sort of fizzle with a weirdly overly dramatic act or quote that doesn t fit the tone of the rest of the book.Oh well, still liked it


  8. says:

    Yet another great Military SF Co Dominion book last of the Falkenberg series series best read in order


  9. says:

    Second reading, same as the first Still good but not great and nowhere near the best of the Falkenberg s Legion stories out there Read The Mercenary a Pournelle solo effort instead.


  10. says:

    baen ebook


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