Forgotten Worlds Unforgettable characters and is jam packed with action and adventure one readers will not want to miss Booklist Gripping writing a brilliantly realised future culture and sympathetic characters an en

  • Title: Forgotten Worlds
  • Author: D. Nolan Clark
  • ISBN: 9780316355773
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unforgettable characters and is jam packed with action and adventure one readers will not want to miss Booklist Gripping writing, a brilliantly realised future culture and sympathetic characters an entertaining and compelling read SFX MagazineThe sequel to D Nolan Clark s epic space adventure Forsaken Skies The battle is over But the war has onl Unforgettable characters and is jam packed with action and adventure one readers will not want to miss Booklist Gripping writing, a brilliantly realised future culture and sympathetic characters an entertaining and compelling read SFX MagazineThe sequel to D Nolan Clark s epic space adventure Forsaken Skies The battle is over But the war has only just begun Aleister Lanoe has won a stunning victory against the alien armada that threatened Niraya, but it s not enough to satisfy his desire for vengeance He won t rest until he s located the armada s homeworld and reduced it to ashes.Yet his personal vendetta will have to wait Lanoe now faces a desperate race against time, and the merciless Centrocor corporation, if he s to secure the Earth s future and discover the truth he seeks.The SilenceForsaken SkiesForgotten WorldsForbidden Suns

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    1. Sequel to Forsaken Skies. Serious spoilers ahead for that.And indeed, it takes some serious twists on its own. But Lanoe and Valk are heading through a wormhole with Valk's information about the aliens, and Centrocor ships are waiting to attack inside the wormhole itself. An interesting fight that has them connecting with the Navy, and the admiralty, a way they were not expecting. And learn a message that the admirals got: offering help.Meanwhile Centrocor wants Lanoe -- alive -- very much. The [...]

    2. I never understand the science going on in these books, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying them! Fun characters, witty banter and action are enough for me. Proper review to come.

    3. Nice sequel that still brings a nice mix of introspection and character development to it's space-opera action. Commander Lanoe gets a secret mission to find allies against the alien fleets sweeping space free of any "vermin." He gets the remaining members of his team together including traitorious Maggs and the former pilot and current marine Ehta. Two flight cadets and their instructor, a former squaddie of Lanoe, join in with a colorful engineer as well. Centrocor is hot in pursuit the whole [...]

    4. Very good follow up to the first book. Some new characters and some evolving story line for old ones. There are a couple of statements made that should provoke a few discussions with people and not because they have read the book or even read anything . I won't give away anything but will drop a couple of clues. These are just a few comments made in the discourse between characters and not a huge part of the story. One involves a Greek hero and the other is a sentence pertaining to weapons. If y [...]

    5. A good sequel to the first book. That's not to say that there aren't problems--some of the characters are shallow at best, and there's a flimsy motivation for the bad guys, really, but that's not what's important about the book. This is a study of what it's like for the people who are on the winning side to suddenly have to be on the losing side. To deal with the odds breaking against them. I like the way the aliens are explored, too. Valk is the man.

    6. It reminded me of Walter Mitty - there were so many whee bam, chakata chakata noises as our hero saved the day.I liked what story there was, but the guns going pocketa pockta all the time were boring.Forgot to say in my review of book 1, that his reason why there were no aliens was the best I have ever read.

    7. love love LOVE this series. It's big clever sci fi that still manages to be action packed and thrilling. And the characters I love the characters, all of them, even tho a couple of them are determined to break my heart, dammit. I'm now going to wait impatiently for the third book.

    8. Think I enjoyed this a little more than the original, but they shared similar flaws. Underdeveloped characters, especially among those few that returned from the first book. The fact remains that it's an interesting read, plus spaceships and aliens and all.Review to come. I swear. Probably.

    9. Interesting world building and well put together action sequences but dragged between those sequences. Probably could have edited out 50-100 pages without losing anything vital.

    10. I like the development of a human antagonist and the continuation of the discovery of the true nature of the aliens.

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