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Ect For even as the Allies and the Empire of New Britain Isles stand united against the attacks of both the savage Grik and the tenacious Japanese the Holy Dominion At this point if you re still reading the Destroymen you re pretty well committed Wish I had a profound review beyond I liked itA few twists and turns but nothing thats earth shattering given the setup and events that occurred in the past books

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Firestorm Destroyermen #6

A warped mixture of human cultures whose lust for power overshadows even the Grik is threatening to destroy them both with a devastating weapon neither can withstand Firestorm Destroyermen USS Walker might not be a Texas Ranger but she would do Chuck Norris ProudUSS Walker sails full steam ahead into deeper dangers despite Dominion Doms dastardly duplicitous deeds dealing death and destruction right back into the new menace facing them flying Grik s grimacing faces The alliance grows but in doing so it needs to protect and cover expanding territory extending its protection and spreading its forces to the breaking point Forces beyond control force a multi front war into the laps of the Human Cat coalition The strange storms that brought Walker and her crew continue to cause transferencesAre you Ready Or are you Reddy Holy Kissing cousin of circumstance BataanEither way new Japanese menaces sail the savage seas some willing to resort to cannibalism of captives that will never get the chance to struggle through the rigors of a Death March on this new Bataan less world Once exiled Japanese crewmen return leading Samurai Cats to save some from the stewpot if only for another day to face other dangers Technological advances sea saw the balance of power changing the course of the war on both sides The Grik s are learning if only by attrition that some things take than just waves of cannon fodder and that the meat grinders can grind exceedingly fine Even the grist of the mill might have some value in the hands of capable leaders who are slowly learning to respond and mold the remains into something so ultimately un Grik like as to closely approximate intelligent responses to danger including the human standby that he who survives to fight another day might just have to run away to do it rather than fight until death that dayTraitors nearly cut the legs out from under New Britain s chances much as the Dominion and the Companies perfidy launched the earlier attack on the civilians at the Dueling Grounds which almost caused the loss of the Governors legs From Whom Words Shadow Doles DOLE archaic one s allotted share portion or destiny

Taylor Anderson ´ 9 Review

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Reddy and the crew of the USS Walker find themselves caught between the nation they swore to defend and the allies they promised to prot What a fun and uniue little series this has been This is the 6th book in the series I think it has helped me to read them in order Even though the author brings some resolution at the end of each installment I m not getting lost even though things tend to move uickly The sad thing isis that my library doesn t have the rest of this series on audio there are 5 What the heck This book felt a little complex as the original characters are being spread kind of thin on the war front and plus many have died But there are always charactersnot necessarily humanbut still there are And they are all well drawn The best part for me is the good vs evil drama that plays out in each one I loved the battleI will say that this one seemed violent and graphic then I remember the others being But this author is such a great storyteller Now I just need to see how to get my hands on the next 5


10 thoughts on “Firestorm Destroyermen #6

  1. says:

    Now a lengthy two front warThe war has become a long term two front war and a short term three front war Even as the allies grow stronger and improve their weapons the Grik have new weapons developed by their Japanese allies Even the

  2. says:

    What a fun and uniue little series this has been This is the 6th book in the series I think it has helped me to read them in order Even though

  3. says:

    You could easily retitle this book And then For example And thenthey sent an expedition to South Africa And thenthere were Dominion troops hidden in the woods And thenthey mounted guns on their reconnaisance planes And thenZEPPELINSThe zeppelins are especially important because now we really know it's alternate historyI know that and then could be used as a description of the way any plot driven book is struc

  4. says:

    This book allowed for depth of character as we get to know Silva better and that's what we call an adventure right there we get to know about the supporting cast Anderson's series is spread between Hawaii as far north as Japan and China and a

  5. says:

    At this point if you're still reading the Destroymen you're pretty well committed Wish I had a profound review beyond I liked itA few twists and turns but nothing thats earth shattering given the setup and events that occurred in the past books

  6. says:

    Once again Anderson's skill at crafting battles has outdone itself Where the previous book had the largest naval battle to date Firestorm boasts one of the largest land battles of the series The other world war now in ful

  7. says:

    If you've read any of the Destroyermen books and there's no point in beginning with this book if you haven't read its predecessors then this is everything you've come to expect from the series In fact I haven't bothered to review books 2 5 largely because the uality tone and general feel of the books doesn't vary much from one to the next The biggest change is that while the first few books reminded me of Burroughs and his lost wo

  8. says:

    25 stars Originally published at Fantasy Literature is the sixth book in Taylor Anderson’s DESTROYERMEN series about the WWII navy warship USS Walker that was hurled into an alternate Earth during an electrical storm If you didn’t know that you should probably stop here and go back to read the first book Into the Storm

  9. says:

    Firestorm Destroyermen USS Walker might not be a Texas Ranger but she would do Chuck Norris ProudUSS Walker sails full steam ahead into deeper dangers despite Dominion Doms dastardly duplicitous deeds dealing death and destruction

  10. says:

    This has been the weakest entry of the Destroyermen series thus far It very much feels like a running in place mostly filler addition There was precious little plot or character advancement and the one big surprise of the book is spoiled by the cover illustration Dunno what they were thinking It was okay but t