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The Protector's War by S.M. Stirling
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Aug 28, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: dystopia-postapocalyptic
Read in August, 2012

(See my review of Dies the Fire for my thoughts on this series as a whole). This is the weakest in the series, mostly because it jumps between a bunch of new characters in England (with an even more convoluted political system than the US) and our old favorites from the first novel. And the war doesn't even happen in this book, it happens in the third, so poor titling, Stirling. On the other hand, Stirling continues to world-build to good effect, and I like that he jumped 8 years forward so we didn't have to suffer through more starvation and misery from the characters. Worth slogging through to get to the third and fourth books.

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