Falcon Guard review ☆ 104

Summary Falcon Guard

Tar League banner over Earth once againA Clash of ArmiesFor two years the Clans' BattleMech war machines have overwhelmed the armies of the corrupt Successor Lords Now at the gates of Earth the Clans must fight one final battle a battle that will decide the fate of humanity for all timeA Clash of. This book wraps up the Jade Phoenix Trilogy Aidan Pryde earned his bloodname but is still shunned by much of the Jade Falcon Clan He is relegated to command of a low level group of mechwarriors doing mostly guard duty and not a front line command Finally he gets his chance during the Clan invasion of the inner sphere Huge battlemech battles in this book and a satisfying ending to the trilogy I don t know which Trilogy I like this one or the The Saga of the Gray Death Legion You decide

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Falcon Guard

A Clash of EmpiresIn the elite Star League Army fled the Inner Sphere abandoning the senseless bloodshed ordered by the Successor Lords Now almost three hundred years later the Clans heirs of the Star League Army turn their eyes back upon their former home Nothing will stop them from raising the S. Classic Battletech I love this book and the clanner storyline

Robert Thurston ê 4 review

CulturesFor Star Colonel Aidan Pryde of Clan Jade Falcon the battle is than a uestion of military conuest It is an affirmation of the superiority of the Clan way a way of life he has sworn to uphold despite his fear that the noble crusade has fallen prey to the lust and ambition of its commanders.. Some threads took forever to resolve The Battle of Tukyyad from the Jade Falcon perspective was worth it


10 thoughts on “Falcon Guard

  1. says:

    Classic Battletech I love this book and the clanner storyline

  2. says:

    I honestly don't remember a ton about these books At the time back in Middle School we were playing Battletech regularly and these stories fleshed out a bit of the world beyond the paper maps and plastic mechsA

  3. says:

    Falcon Guard by Robert Thurston is the final in the Jade Phoenix trilogy Aidan Pryde has won his Bloodname and is now a Star Colonel The invasion of the Inner Sphere is in progress but Aidan and his unit is not on the front line because of his history That is all about to change thoughThis is a good ending to the trilogy For those who have

  4. says:

    This book wraps up the Jade Phoenix Trilogy Aidan Pryde earned his bloodname but is still shunned by much of the Jade Falcon Clan He is relegated to command of a low level group of mechwarriors doing mostly guard duty and not a front line command Finally he gets his chance during the Clan invasion of the inner sphere Huge battlemech battles in this book and a satisfying ending to the trilogy I don't know which Trilogy I

  5. says:

    My first venture into fiction set in the Battletech universe Surprisingly good A good mix of insight into the inner workings of the C

  6. says:

    The final book of the Jade Phoenix trilogy sees Aidan Pryde heading out to Twycross as the Clans invasion of the Inner Sphere gets under wayLots of mech action and a good cast of characters make this the best book

  7. says:

    Some threads took forever to resolve The Battle of Tukyyad from the Jade Falcon perspective was worth it

  8. says:

    Conclusion of the Jade Phoenix trilogy Entertaining and a fitting end to the saga but still suffers from some tedious battle seuences

  9. says:

    Not nearly as engrossing as the first two but the logical conclusion to the Saga of Aidan Pryde I'm pleased with the overall arc and I'll keep going with the BT universe

  10. says:

    I love the jade falcons