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He was portrayed as being a logical, reasonable person who sought peaceful reconciliation with the Posleen as well as the “right” privilege to be able to proselytize amongst the Posleen race.

This volume is in many ways a continuation of the storyline of those volumes, although it is equally the direct sequel to the scene in the ending of Hell’s Faire in which the Indowy clan chief Aelool bought passage offworld for a remnant of the Posleen, led by Tulo’stenaloor, perhaps tuooriad most brilliant Posleen God King ever hatched.

A must read if you’re into the Posleen universe at all. Anyway, if you don’t read it, you will miss something. Instead of centaurs John Ringo has created a race of horses that have there heads iohn reptiles, more specifically crocodiles. I enjoyed reading this book. Get a FREE e-book by joining our eingo list today! The Road to Damascus. Tone is much more humourous than previously.

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I would probably rate it as a 3. Decker’s War Omnibus 1.


No trivia or quizzes yet. Since Ringo has been a full time author. They embark upon a search for the origin of their species and discover just how cruelly their people were treated long ago when their ancestors dared to question the godlike Aldenata Published October 6th by Baen first published Oct 10, Paul Weimer rated it it was ok.

I was actually considering putting the series down, in fact. On one hand, I tu,oriad absolutely fascinating the element tulorkad deep time, the glimpses of even more ancient races that existed before the appearance of the Aldenata, races who were all destroyed in some cataclysmic event, perhaps tuloriiad war, that left whole regions of space barren of life right down to the bacterial level.

Oct 20, James rated it really liked it. If I had read the afterword first, as I sometimes do, I would not have continued with the novel at all. Finally, an in-depth exploration of who the Posleen are as a people. Kris Longknife’s Bad Day. And that on the sufferance of a group of despised Indowy and Himmit. At the end of joun book, several Posleen return with the Salem because they wish to explore and study some of the planets visited by the Salem and the discoveries made by the humans more thoroughly.

Return to Book Page. If you have enjoyed the books in the story line,you should enjoy this rinbo also. In this one, there’s a real exploration of the “human condition” as it relates to religion and choosing to believe or not, making political choices with religious consequences and Tom Kratman and John Ringo have a thorough understanding of what drives people and leaders and that have usually shown that in their books.


The Direct Sequel to Yellow Eyes.

The Tuloriad

They create characters that are enjoyable, complex, and interesting while still keeping the plot and actions moving forward. Overall a realy good read. Plus the theological bits of being missionaries to an alien species that has recently just tried to eat every human on Earth is rather cool. Plucked from the maelstrom on Earth they are cast out into the eternal blackness of the stars w Latest in the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series. There I was, reading and by the third page, “I’ve read this before The Sword of the South.

Nov 25, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: Bit of a split tullriad with alternating chapters from Posleen and human view.

Oct 11, David Broussard rated it really liked it Shelves: I also thought the authors did a decent job in trying to have tell a story about various religions of the Earth attempting to proselytize an alien species. Collectible Challenge Coin Available. There were some others, but now rungo memory is failing me.

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