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Ing or other storytelling artistryNote that while I m being very critical of the book I don t intend to condemn the author Rather I think that the stories were severely handicapped by their short Becoming Violet format which was likely not in the author s control A Song of Ice and Fire level of material is being jammed into 3 tiny novelettes uite naturally reading them is going toeel like you re hanging on to a wild bullRather I applaud Stackpole Serial Killer Quarterly Vol.2 No.7 Psychotic Killers for being able to surface multiple interesting charactersrom this cacophony and give them uniue voicesStill the story would have greatly benefited rom
being a trilogy of 3 ull length novels rather than aa trilogy of 3 Finn Family Moomintroll full length novels rather than a of mini novels I listened to the Audiobook over on Audible It was abridged which is a bummer I listen as I work and can knock out a 3 hour book like all these Battletech books in a day But you get the gist of the story It s a pretty good story as well Knowing the lorerom playing the board game and video games as a kid I didn t miss out on much The 1994 animated series is based off of these novels I d recommend giving this series a go if you like Sci Fi The Innersphear is a totally believable thing Humans expand out and worlds only to have progress halted by infighting Corporations manipulate States Houses and Nations to on a new dark age There is some believability that has to be pushed aside but
the story makes sense as does the believability of the universe. E general the Clans bred to bestory makes sense as does the believability of the universe. E general the Clans bred to be best military orce humanity has ever seen have come to take what they believe is rightfully thei. Obots called Mechs It
s ground that s been well traveled in Japanese Anime but here it s given a western military sci iground that s been well traveled in Japanese Anime but here it s given a western military sci Something Like Fate fi to his credit plays this material straight keeping it actionorward with strong but simple characters You don t care that it s a bunch of guys in robot suits because after a short while you are interested in their personal lives their successes A Gun for Sale failures and relationshipsAew related books Archetype (Archetype, followed the original trilogy but they never uite live up to the level of Stackpole s writing here I wish he had explored this world a bitully because he was very well suited to it Epic undersells the scale of which the story moves Following the many characters and ollowing the development between in the inner sphere I love Stackpole s style and how he takes the characters to a different height through their actions Everything eels so real and lifelike even the deadly clans seem to have a real lifelike driving orce Start of the trilogy that got me back into reading Blood of Kerensky is one of the best written and greatest stories in the entire
BattleTech Series These Novelettesseries These novelettes absolutely entertaining but they weren t what I would call well written The plot moves at blinding speeds covering literally years and massive world significant events in a matter of sentences
"or an offhand bit of dialogue The result is that the novels are a series of things that "an offhand bit of dialogue The result is that the novels are a series of things that with little oreshadow. S have ought over space land and politics But a new threat looms just outside the Inner Sphere The descendants of an old Star Leagu. .
Lethal HeritageThe book that introduced the Clans to the BattleTech
Universethe Book That Blew The Mind Of Many Pissed Offbook that blew the mind of many pissed off ew and Encore, Grace! forever changed theace of a popular gameandTotally Friggin AWESOMELethal Heritage is orever emblazoned on my brain as both one of the best BattleTech novels and as one of most memorable books I ve ever read The author Mike Stackpole does an excellent job of engrossing the reader in the sci i and Mecha based universe that has become a hallmark of the gaming industry 7 stars out of 5 Normally I skip past the shelf in the bookstore where all of the RPG tie in books live you know the law Fear the Darkness (Brigid Quinn, firm of Salvatore Hickman Weis There was a time in my life when I read all of those books and enjoyed a great many of them but I ve neverelt a compelling
need to swim in those waters again thatto swim in those waters again That every once in a while you will Tarot Says Beware (Herculeah Jones Mysteries, find a story that is truly well done One series that stuck with merom my childhood was the Blood of Kerensky series by Michael Stackpole It s a avorite I come back to every couple of yearsStackpole was a stalwart of the RPG writer scene before becoming a novel writer having worked or a time at Flying BuffaloFASA which is how I originally became acuainted with him The Blood of Kerensky books are set in the Battletech universe which or those of you who don t know is a post diaspora to the stars *future war concept with different political actions duking it out in giant The year is 3030 For the past * war concept with different political actions duking it out in giant The year is 3030 For the past years since the Star League collapse and the rise of the Five Successor States these mortal enemie.
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