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Tears of Kerberos (Star Crusades Uprising #2)

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Tears of Kerberos is the second book in the epic new science fiction series that chronicles humanity’s first interstellar confederation, torn apart by religious strife and extremism.


In this latest book of the Star Crusades Uprising series, the religious insurgency continues to spread through the weakened colonies of the Confederacy. Spartan, now a sergeant in the Marine Co
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ebook, 282 pages
Published May 26th 2011 by Swordworks & Miro Books (first published September 1st 2008)
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Muhammad Gibran
“This war hasn’t even begun!”


phillip
Feb 13, 2014 phillip rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
They just .can't t get a break!

Out of the frying pan and into the fire after fire after fire. Spartan keeps getting thrown into one unsurvivable predicament after another, barely surviving, just to get thrown into another with no break. I can't wait to see how he and his friends get out of this one
Nathan
Aug 16, 2012 Nathan rated it liked it
Shelves: sci-fi, reviewed-2012
This book has most of the same technical and artistic flaws as the first book i. the series, and has the additional flaw of feeling very like an abridged story. The short length of the book leaves little room for exposition or explanation, but it benefits from pacing and being a quick read. This book is pretty mediocre, but I consider it a decent purchase since I like the genre.
Michael
Jan 25, 2016 Michael rated it liked it
Great story. Some bad editing though. Reason I only gave this 3 stars is that the book gets to the climax and then ends, you have to buy the next book to see how this one finishes. It would have been better if this and the next one were combined.
John Maguire
Jul 15, 2011 John Maguire rated it liked it
Fun but not terribly challenging
Robert Giambo
Jan 26, 2013 Robert Giambo rated it liked it
Shelves: science-fiction
Second in the series - as good as the first
Mason Stuehm
Jan 29, 2015 Mason Stuehm rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Action...

Plenty of action, good plot, engrossing enough to want more.
Editing needs some polish. I think the author might have had a British upbringing.

Moethedog
May 15, 2014 Moethedog rated it really liked it
This series of books is well written and keeps your attention. I recommend the entire set.
Gaping_maw
Nov 19, 2014 Gaping_maw rated it liked it
Enjoyable sci-fi military romp. Not going to blow your brains out (hah) with the plot, but if you want a read where the good guy kicks arse but takes some punishment on the way, this is for you!
Godsbrother
Dec 14, 2011 Godsbrother rated it really liked it
Not a bad read once you forgive the grammar errors etc just a bit too short. Does make me wonder on the cost versus length of this type of publication medium.....
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Michael G. Thomas, is a writer, martial artist and military historian. He has written books on European martial arts and military history as well as Zombie Survival books and fiction. He is the co-founder of the prestigious Academy of Historical Fencing that teaches traditional armed and unarmed European martial arts. His specialist subject areas are teaching the use of the medieval two handed lon ...more
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