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[Reading] ➶ Passage at Arms (Starfishers Trilogy, #4) ➽ Glen Cook – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Passage at Arms (Starfishers Trilogy, #4) The Ongoing War Between Humanity And The Ulat Is A Battle Of Attrition That Humanity Is Unfortunately Losing However, Humans Have The Advantage Of Trans Hyperdrive Technology, Which Allows Their Climber Fleet, Under Very Narrow And Strenuous Conditions, To Pass Through Space Almost Undetectable Passage At Arms Tells The Intimate, Detailed And Harrowing Story Of A Climber Crew And Its Captain During A Critical Juncture Of The War Cook Combines Speculative Technology With A Canny And Realistic Portrait Of Men At War And The Stresses They Face In Combat Passage At Arms Is One Of The Classic Novels Of Military Science Fiction.

[Reading] ➶ Passage at Arms (Starfishers Trilogy, #4)  ➽ Glen Cook – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 231 pages
  • Passage at Arms (Starfishers Trilogy, #4)
  • Glen Cook
  • English
  • 11 April 2017
  • 1597800678

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Passage at Arms (Starfishers Trilogy, #4) ➽ Glen Cook – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    This Buddy Read Never Happened Because Glen Cook Doesn t Write 3 Star Books So QED and Stuff Buddy Read TBRNHBGCDW3SBSQaSBR with My Dearest of Wives, The Sometimes Wise Canadian One, The Prodigal Mercenary and The Ex Noob I really wanted to love read this book But you know how it goes, you get all caught up in a super fluffy Historical Romance, and you end up not having time for wondrous Science Fiction by Glen Cook Life sucks So much trash to read, so little time and all that crap Any This Buddy Read Never Happened Because Glen Cook Doesn t Write 3 Star Books So QED and Stuff Buddy Read TBRNHBGCDW3SBSQaSBR with My Dearest of Wives, The Sometimes Wise Canadian One, The Prodigal Mercenary and The Ex Noob I really wanted to love read this book But you know how it goes, you get all caught up in a super fluffy Historical Romance, and you end up not having time for wondrous Science Fiction by Glen Cook Life sucks So much trash to read, so little time and all that crap Anyway, had I read this book, I m pretty sure I would have fangirled about it like a 13 year old maniac Because Glen Cook is a God Glen Cook is Amazing Glen Cook NEVER disappoints Therefore, I highly doubt this book could have been...


  2. says:

    This is a buddy read with my fellow Glen Cook fans Choko, Eilonwy, Lee, and Sarah This is book 4 of Starfishers trilogy The reason for the contradiction is that it has practically nothing in common with first three It only has some places and settings in general from the rest of the trilogy and can be read as a standalone You will not miss anything whatsoever if you start with this one Basically the descendants of humanity is at was with somebody else you never get to meet these guys Fo This is a buddy read with my fellow Glen Cook fans Choko, Eilonwy, Lee, and Sarah This is book 4 of Starfishers trilogy The reason for the contradiction is that it has practically nothing in common with first three It only has some places and settings in general f...


  3. says:

    3.25 A buddy read with my Sci fi friends BBBIt is hard to drain the swamp when you are up to your ass in alligators Hahaha Good ol Glen Cook is writing some very relevant truths, as always I am a bit angry This was not an ending to a series An ending to a mission in the middle of a Galaxy war yes, but not an ending to a series Does this mean that we are going to getaction and books in this world, or was this just a teaser And since GC came back to this 3.25 A buddy read with my Sci fi friends BBBIt is hard to drain the swamp when you are up to your ass in alligators Hahaha Good ol Glen Cook is writing some very relevant truths, as always I am a bit angry This was not an ending to a series An ending to a mission in the middle of a Galaxy war yes, but not an ending to a series Does this mean that we are going to getaction and books in this world, or was this just a teaser And since GC came back to this series, I was hoping for at least some continuity if not conclusion of the story arc o...


  4. says:

    A reporter with military training gets embedded in a Climber a tight quartered, submarine like war spaceship and writes about the mechanics, logistics, crew, and his experiences during battle And that s about it This book wasn t awful But nor was it that great, as there really isn t much plot The descriptions of the ship and its engineering were pretty interesting, but not really 300 pages worth of interesting The crew was also okay, but their portrayal was very surface y I ju A reporter with military training gets embedded in a Climber a tight quartered, submarine like war spaceship and writes about the mechanics, logistics, crew, and his experiences during battle And that s about it This book wasn t awful But nor was it that great, as there really isn t much plot The descriptions of the ship and its engineering were pretty interesting, but not really 300 pages worth of interesting The crew was also okay, but their portrayal was very surface y I just didn t care all that much about any of them, because they were all just doing their jobs, rather than having the kind of interpersonal involvement that would keep a reader thinking about any of them once they exit the scene All of this would have been okay for me from, say, an author I had never read before But this is a Glen Cook book...


  5. says:

    Took me while to get into this one, even though I had a very good idea what I was letting myself in for It s a bleak, claustrophobic account of men at war in space The emphasis in this novel is on the harrowing circumstances under which these men operate and the subsequent psychological effects There are one or two nifty action scenes, but the book mostly concerns itself with the building of tension This is military science fiction, but it is very contained The depiction of events is limite Took me while to get into this one, even though I had a very good idea what I was letting myself in for It s a bleak, claustrophobic account of men at war in space The emphasis in this novel is on the harrowing circumstances under which these men operate and the subsequent psychological effects T...


  6. says:

    Sigh What an utter disappointment A Glen Cook book that I really couldn t be arsed to finish It was just so boring and I cared nothing for the characters or their story.All in all, a fitting ending to a pretty crappy trilogy that went to four boo...


  7. says:

    Passage at Arms is a first person narrative, from the perspective of a journalist embedded with a ship and its crew during a mission of extreme duration and hardship.The novel reads like the best of memoir or true adventure stories, with only the occasional use of dated technology to throw the reader off Indeed, Cook creates such a vivid world that one is almost startled to come back out of the book and find themselves in the real world again.The characters are archetypes, yet subtly written so Passage at Arms is a first person narrative, from the perspective of a journalist embedded with a ship and its crew during a mission of extreme duration and hardship.The novel reads like the best of memoir or true adventure stories, with only the occasional use of dated technology to throw the reader off Indeed, Cook creates such a vivid world that one is almost startled to come back out ...


  8. says:

    This is Run Silent, Run Deep of interstellar warfare It is a terrific book I actually would like to give it 4.5 or even 5 stars instead of four for two reasons 1 Chapters One and Two are reversed It starts with Chapter Two and then goes to Chapter One, then goes the Chapter Three Recommend you begin the book with Chapter Two, then read Chapter One, then go to Chapter Three It will make muchsense 2 it is written in the present tense The personnel carrier lurches through the ruin This is Run Silent, Run Deep of interstellar warfare It is a terrific book I actually would like to give it 4.5 or even 5 stars instead of four for two reasons 1 Chapters One and Two are reversed It star...


  9. says:

    I actually give this 3.5 stars Having just finished it moments ago, I can say that I enjoyed the final 1 4th of the bookthan all the rest of it combined Most of the time I felt like you could have replaced spaceship with submarine and you d have the same damn novel Which, I suppose, was sort of the pointbut it wasn t all that gripping for me.When things got desperate towards the end is when it got interesting I love stories of men deteriorating, starving, becoming ragged and hor I actually give this 3.5 stars Having just finished it moments ago, I can say that I enjoyed the final 1 4th of the bookthan all the rest of it combined Most of the time I felt like you could have replaced spaceship with submarine and you d have the sa...


  10. says:

    An excellent read from the renowned Glen Cook Passage at Arms is a convincingly written narrative about the true strains of heroes under the most oppressive ship bearing conditions in this case a space ship rather resembling a submarine in its claustrophic space and madness inducing solitude amongst the vastness of the star sea and hopeless war circumstances against an enemy few understand but are willing to fight in the wake of determined high command leadership What becomes of a particul An excellent read from the renowned Glen Cook Passage at Arms is a convincingly written narrati...

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