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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 Doms present a surprise weapon This appears to be developing into a lengthy nearly world war stretching from East Africa India and Ceylon to Hawaii and the western portions of North and So

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    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 h

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    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 structured but Firestorm really bri

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    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 Jap

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    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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    Once again Anderson's skill at crafting battles has outdone itself Where the previous book had the largest naval battle to date Firestorm boast

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    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 Bur

  8. says:

    25 stars Originally published at Fantasy Literature is the sixth book in Taylor Anderson’s DESTROYERMEN series about the WWII navy w

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    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 de

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    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 towards the end I was skipping most of the descriptions and really hoping for interesting stuff All the

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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. 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 Doms present a surprise weapon This appears to be developing into a lengthy nearly world war stretching from East Africa India and Ceylon to Hawaii and the western portions of North and South America

REVIEW Firestorm Destroyermen #6

Firestorm Destroyermen #6

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. 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 full swing has heated up to a fiery crescendo The Battle of New Ireland island against the blood thirsty psuedo Catholics the Dominion was an intense war of its own spread over four cities harbors mountains and forests The Allies were put to the test in urban combat for the first time as well as finally meeting resistance in the skies above both there and especially on the seasBest of all though was Dennis Silva at his most absolutely relentless finest His becoming the first long range sniper of the war if even just the one time has cemented him as favorite character for sure This book rarely ever let up from the intense struggles of the building two front conflict I could go on about some of the other big things happening but I ll just end up giving away the good stuff Absolutely worth continuing the series

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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. 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 and the subseuent volumes before continuing onIn Firestorm our heroes are spread out across the world trying to stop evil in its several guises There are the Grik the lizard like horde that eats people who seem like the most natural enemy But then there are the bad Japs who also came through the storm and who were enemies back when everyone was on the real Earth And there s also the Dominion a society of humans who adhere to a warped version of Christianity and who enslave women The Destroyermen and their Lemurian allies are fighting on all these fronts with Walker and the ships and planes they have salvaged captured or built since arrivingThere are a few new twists in Firestorm The Grik with the help of the bad Japanese are beginning to genetically engineer their soldiers so that they now fight smarter not so much with the hive mind mentality they had before They ve also created a surprise weapon which for any sighted reader turns out not to be a surprise because it s clearly displayed in all its glory on the cover of the book There are a couple of other minor twists involving new ships and personnel along with news from the real world but mostly the plot continues as it did in the previous book Rising TidesIn my previous reviews of the DESTROYERMEN series I ve mentioned that it s a lot like Robert Jordan s WHEEL OF TIME a slow moving plot and a huge cast of characters spread out over an entire world At this point in the series this description seems even appropriate and I think I can predict that readers who loved WOT all the way through will probably love DESTROYERMEN and vice versa The plot does not advance very far in Firestorm similar to some of those middle WOT books and I almost feel like it could be skipped Anything significant that happens will probably be recapped in the next installment since that s been Anderson s habit from the beginning However if you just love spending time with Anderson s amiable characters and they are great characters you ll probably enjoy Firestorm than I didI m reading the DESTROYERMEN series in audio format They re produced by Tantor Audio and read by William Dufris Dufris is usually a great narrator and he is here too but his voices for the Lemurians can get annoying especially in this book since they do a lot of the talking I wonder if Dufris had realized that the Lemurians would be talking so much in future installments would he have given them those voices in the beginning Probably not