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Fleet Of The Damned

by Allan Cole, Chris Bunch (Author)

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Sten comes into his own, moving out of the shadowy world of spec ops and into the Fleet. Here is the evolution of Sten into a true leader. Ends on a cliffhanger, but doesn't make the reader feel cheated. Enough plot threads are tied up to satisfy. ( )
  byers2142 | Mar 16, 2007 |
The series charts the rise of a relative nobody to captain of the Imperial Bodyguard, friend and ultimately betrayer of the Emperor. The author's own notes point out the falacy (as he sees it) of the older SF systems with galaxy spanning empires. The betrayal at the end of the series is thus essential so that the society can become a free democracy.
  lewispike | Jan 2, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345331729, Mass Market Paperback)

Sten's luck was finally running out.

He had barely scraped through Imperial flight school when he was assigned a tacdivision in the Fringe Worlds, where the Imperial officers were more concerned with the perfect fit of their dress whites than with honing their fighting skills.

The enemy Tahn couldn't have picked a better time or place to launch their long-planned attack against the Empire. Sten and his men were outgunned, outmanned, and outfought -- and no reinforcements could be expected from the besieged Eternal Emperor.

It looked like Sten's number was up. But if he had to go, he didn't intend to go alone...

The Sten Adventures:
Sten
The Wolf Worlds
The Court of a Thousand Suns
Fleet of the Damned
Revenge of the Damned

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:03:32 -0400)

Sten's luck seems to have deserted him. He had barely scraped through Imperial flight school when he was assigned a tacdivision in the Fringe Worlds. The enemy couldn't have picked a better time or place to launch their long-planned attack against the Empire. But Sten wouldn't give up without a fight.… (more)

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