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Wolf Pack (BattleTech Universe #16)

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When Dragoons arrive in the Inner Space inexplicably, they put themselves--five regiments of battle-toughened Mech Warriors--up to the highest bidder.
Mass Market Paperback, 442 pages
Published April 7th 1992 by Roc
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Eric Lawson
Wolf Pack by Robert Charrette tells the story of the Wolf's Dragoons civil war. It is told as recollections of Brian Cameron, Jaime Wolf's communications officer.

I found this was a hard book to get into. As it is told in recollections there is a lot of inner voice and not much dialogue. Editing also was not the best with spelling mistakes, such as role instead of roll and common instead of comms. These spelling mistakes interrupt the flow of the novel.
Brian Turner
Set after the events in the Blood of Kerensky series, focusing on Wolfs Dragoons.
Two-thirds of the book are to do with in-fighting amongst the members, which is still done well enough to keep reading.
The last third is kind of what you want in a Battletech book, involving big stompy robot battles.

Written in the style of a report compiled by one of the people there, it starts slow but soon picks up.
Not too bad but I had higher hopes. Wolf was a little two dimension. Dechan Fraser is a stock character of a spy who was hung out to dry... in his mind. Some of the other characters could use a bit more depth. But then BattleTech is better known for first person shooter Mechs and destruction of the enemy, not storylines. ;)
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