Iron Gray Sea is the seventh book in the Destroyermen series. It is currently only released in hardcover and (like the rest of the series)is available for the Kindle. Book 7, Iron Gray Sea, was released in July Many new developments but also picks up some older story lines that had. Iron Gray Sea by Taylor Anderson. Buy. Look Inside. Buy Also in Destroyermen · Pass of Fire People Who Read Iron Gray Sea Also Read. ‹ › Armistice.
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The destroyers were systematically sunk, starting with the Encounterfollowed by the Pope shortly thereafter just as happened in the real naval battle. However, I resent a final chapter which is nothing more than set-up for the next volume. Ace; Reprint edition July 3, Publication Date: Lieutenant Irvin Laumer was a submariner when his boat was pulled through to this world and is assigned to figure rion what can be done to rebuild the S Devil’s Due Taylor Anderson.
The battles continue in deatroyermen 7 of 9. Sir Humphries is governor for the Enchanted Isles and you’ll get a laugh over his obsession with his tortoises. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
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One more then I have to wait for the next one. Prior to the Council of Trent, Catholicism might have wandered off desfroyermen all sorts of weird directions. Griks have gotten smarter, and hurting Allied Forces more than expected, but despite setbacks, new plans are forming up, and there are new people on the horizon.
Even, at last, in the arms of the woman he loves, there is little peace for Reddy.
In a few cases the author doesn’t spend enough time bringing ideas to conclusions. Niaal-Ras-Kavaat is his exec. And she’s not too happy with Silva. His ultimate goal is to rule the entire Grik empire. Good battle scenes, as always, and a few hints of trouble on the horizon. Have read all of the Destroyermen series and enjoyed this latest entry.
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And their fleet of monstrous ironclads and a bloodthirsty army iro finally massing to strike I instantly knew where one of the chokepoints for this adventure was going to be.
He weaves a complex but very interesting plot based on the alternative history of an American Destroyer and its crew. The Grik are possible descendants of the dinosaur genus Velociraptor. It is easy to forget that our noble, and by now, battle-hardened Lemurians are actually some sort of meercat, and our few remaining Americans The twelfth book in the series was released in June The diplomatic waters seethe with treachery and a final, terrible plot explodes in the Empire of New Britain Isles.
There are several threads in parallel, and each receives adequate coverage in destroyernen volume. He’s not afraid to create a memorable death when the story calls for it.
It’s just a fantastic story. Clearly Taylor is setting destrlyermen vision for the future with the mixed society revealed in South Africa – setting the stage for bringing in a new group from Earth or near-Earth in another Universe.
Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. These are no exception. Share your thoughts with other customers. Rousing good stuff Action on land, sea, and air. The Lemurians, Walker ‘ s allies, have been fighting the Grik for a year and are now winning. With every hard-won victory and painful defeat, Reddy and the Allies encounter more friends–and even more diabolical enemies. Their fleet of monstrous ironclads-and an army two years in the making-are finally massing to strike.
And makes terrible coffee. The scope of this series is reminiscent of Asimov’s Foundation series, in which a whole new universe and a variety of societies are created. Obviously there is more – and I am left with baited breath in anticipation of the next chapter – but I can only consider this a chapter in a rapidly expanding evolutionary tale.
But another great read in a great series. Not to mention the machinations of the Holy Dominion and other traitorous humans. I’ll probably read the next one, too. She takes a licking and keeps on ticking. Anderson throws in subplots, philosophy, politics and lots of other things to think about while engaging the reader with nail-biting battle scenes. It’s hard to say iroh than I already have, but it really does just keep getting better.
War, love, honor and rion crucible of war all come together. I generally love this series, and can’t wait for the next volume; I feel that the author tried to cover too much ground in too little space this time, by ever-expanding the scope.
Not because I did nothing! Pages with related products. The Japanese who are aligned with the Grik sent an expedition to South Africa in book 6 and they all get killed except one guy.
A lot of violence, so maybe not too young, some foul language but even that is pretty tame, some love and romance but only reference to sex and not much of that romance is tastefully done here and doesn’t take a way or distract from the story. The Best Books of