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The Sunfire (The Redemption Trilogy, #2) Download The Sunfire The Redemption Trilogy, 2 By Mike Smith Horsebackridingindiana.us Commander Jonathan Radec Is Dead However, The Commander Has Already Died Once Before, And For Some Death Is But A Doorway For Whoever Has Lived Unjustly And Impiously Goes To The Dungeon Of Requital And Penance Which, You Know, They Call Tartarus PlatoAfter Making A Shocking Discovery That Reveals The Truth About A Long Held Misconception, The Crew Launch A Desperate Rescue Mission To Tartarus The Only Way To Reach There, Aboard The Sunfire, Which Was Once The Confederation Navy S Newest, Most Powerful Heavy Cruiser, But Is Now Nothing Than A Ghost Ship, Adrift Amongst The Stars.Meanwhile The Last Imperial Princess, Sofia Aurelius, Is Questioning Her Own Decision To Focus On The Senate And Turn Her Back On Her Family And Jon Embarking On A Quest To Discover The Truth About The Present She Instead Finds The Past Has Finally Caught Up With Her.Failure Will Mean Certainly Death For Them Both, But The Price Of Success Could Be Far Worse, Almost Certainly Plunging The Galaxy Into Civil War, The Last Of Which, Five Hundred Years Ago, Cost Tens Of Millions Of Lives.The Sequel To The 2012 Bestseller The Last Praetorian A Science Fiction Adventure Romance, Which Tries To Answer The Question Can You Ever Find Redemption For The Mistakes Of Your Past

10 thoughts on “The Sunfire (The Redemption Trilogy, #2)

  1. says:

    The Sunfire I really enjoyed this one, just like the first It had a littleromance in it then I m used to, but the first book s story hooked me And just like the first book, this one ends in a cliff hanger.

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    Please note I was given a free copy of this book in advance of the release in exchange for my honest review.I wasn t sure i would like this but once i started reading it i couldn t stop until the end, and i am looking forward to reading the final book in the series when it comes out.It is very well written with characters you care deeply about, right from the start There are...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The first book was good but this the second was great Fast paced good action and a good cliff hanger to really make me mad that t...

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    This is the second book in a series and, before you read this one, you need to read The Last Praetorian The Redemption Trilogy , which is currently free in the Kindle format.This is a nice continuation of the series, with the usual action scenes and imagery that makes you feel as if you are right there in the middle of the action The future technology is based upon princi...

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    While the author managed to fix a lot of the writing grammar, spelling problems that plagued the first book he didnt manage to give his story or his characters some much needed depth While I fully understand that military SciFi isnt exactly the place where one expects intriguing plots and complicated characters I still needthan cardboard characters and a story full of plotholes.For example the MC, Commander Radec, is simply to good He has no real fault, no weakness and is the best in n While the author managed to fix a lot of the writing grammar, spelling problems that plagued the first book he didn t manage to give his story or his characters some much needed depth While I fully understand that military SciFi isn t exactly the place where one expects intriguing plots and complicated characters I still needthan cardboard characters and a story full of plotholes.For example the MC, Commander Radec, is simply to good He has no real fault, no weakness and is the best in nearly everything He is Jesus and death combined and nothing not even an army or a nuke can stop him because he simply cleaves right through it them Simply said he is simple wishfulfillment and not a real, re...

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    So, I read the first book in this trilogy, The Last Praetorian , based onoffering it for free It was interesting enough that I paid to pick up the second in the series.Unfortunately, this one did not live up to my expectations from the first It has the same characters good , the same continuing, overall plot good and even included the same sort of light military Sci fi that I liked in the first one.What detracted from this book was the author s sudden obsession with graphic sexual So, I read the first book in this trilogy, The Last Praetorian , based onoffering it for free It was interesting enough that I paid to pick up the second in the series.Unfortunately, this one did not live up to my expectations from the first It has the same characters good , the same continuing, overall plot good and even included the same sort of light military Sci fi that I liked in the first one.What detracted from this book was the author s sudden obsession with graphic sexual enounters In the first book, we were introduced to the two main protagonists who were the universe s hottest humans to ever walk the spaceways Fine I didn t love it, but I can deal with it After all, the hero and or heroine are usually something special There were even...

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    After devouring The Last Praetorian, I immediately wound the mainspring on my Kindle and waited the nine hours to download The Sunfire I m glad I did as it didn t disappoint Smith continues his masterful telling of the life of Jonathan Radec and the near insane lengths he goes to in order to find, protect and assist the woman he loves.Rarely do I enter a world in which I find myself completely immersed, but the quality of the writing along with characterisations crafted by a master, drew me in After devouring The Last Praetorian, I immediately wound the mainspring on my Kindle and waited the nine hours to download The Sunfire I m glad I did as it didn t disappoint Smith continues his masterful telling of the life of Jonathan Radec and th...

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    Smith has an inventive imagination, and this story is no exception One may think that because Jon Radec appears near invincible, that one has to completely suspend belief in order to swallow this story But the beauty of writing the story mostly from his POV shows just how and where he is vulnerable This sets the reader up for tension as events head Radec s way.But not only that Smith is audacious, and comes up with plot lines and devices that stagger the readers imagination and tha...

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    Jonso in this novel than the last is a walking stereotype on steroids greatest swordsman, greatest at hand to hand combat, greatest pilot, greatest body, coveted by all women, greatest strategist, softest hands, kindest eyes, fiercest eyes, most caring, most ruthless, etc. Its like eating your favorite ice cream by the caseload at one sitting Combined with the explicit sex scenes and the constant and myopic examples of blinding love between Jon and Sophia It was just too much real Jonso in this novel than the last is a walking stereotype on steroids greatest swordsman, greatest at hand to hand combat, greatest pilot, greatest body, coveted by all women, greatest strategist, softest hands, kindest eyes, fiercest eyes, most caring, most ruthless, etc. Its l...

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    I greatly enjoyed The Last Praetorian and this is a decent follow up I rounded up from three and a half stars on this review mostly because I enjoyed the first book so much There is plenty of action and probablyromance than you would usually find in space opera, but it was a fun read There is a great deal of back story while this back and forth worked well in Praetorian it feels almost excessive here I would think by the second book the back story should be mostly complete and t I...

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