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Orphan's Triumph Jason Wander

T will carry it to the Slug homeworld lie within humanity's graspSince the Slug Blitz orphaned Jason Wander he has risen from infantry recruit to commander of Earth's garrisons on the emerging allied planets But four decades of service have cost Jaso. Omg I finished the series This was okay a bit sloooowwww at points and the ending was different to what I expected But you can see the character growth throughout the series than ever in this one and that I did enjoy

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N not just his friends and family but his innocence When an enemy counter stroke threatens to reverse the war and destroy mankind Jason must finally confront not only his lifelong alien enemy but the reality of what a lifetime as a soldier has made h. I m not sure why but I just lost interest

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Jason Wander is ready to lead the final charge into battleAfter forty years of fighting the Slugs mankind's reunited planets control the vital crossroad that secures their uneasy union The doomsday weapon that can end the war and the mighty fleet tha. A very satisfying conclusion to the series albeit one that involves lots of politics and very little military action Spooks have determined that the red moon over Bren is pure cavorite and that they can use it to create a silver bullet that can kill the slug world and hence end the war with the slugs for good While Jason meanders around on Bren and then back to Earth to visit friends and neighbors the slugs launch a massive invasion fleet to capture the red moon and succeed in taking it away So much for the silver bullet plan Yet there might be a plan B but unfortunately that involves dealing with a Nazi like world where cavorite is locatedLike the rest of the series whether or not you like this installment depends upon your emotional attachment to the characters especially Jason Buettner livens up the novel with a host of military uotes and uips that really serve to ground it as military science fiction and the prose moves along nicely I felt the ending was a little too pat but still it works 35 stars rounding up


10 thoughts on “Orphan's Triumph Jason Wander

  1. says:

    A very satisfying conclusion to the series albeit one that involves lots of politics and very little military action 'Spooks' have determined

  2. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book I am 'only' giving it four stars because of the strong emotions it managed to generate in me and not because I really liked the story I almost cried halfway through the book because of what the author does and I still feel like it was pretty crappy writing on his part despite the strong emotional response; however by the time I was finished with it I was glad to be finished with it

  3. says:

    One of the most satisfying ends to a series I have ever read If you haven't followed the Jason Wander books then the emotional impacts will not hit as hard but this book will still be a great read If you have journeyed through the Slug War with Jason from his recruitment into the army and his being made an orphan in Orphanage then this book will be the perfect culmination of Jason as both a soldier hero and a person He finally has a chanc

  4. says:

    Omg I finished the series This was okay a bit sloooowwww at points and the ending was different to what I expected But you can see the character growth throughout the series than ever in this one and that I did enjoy

  5. says:

    Great sci fi Would recommend to others

  6. says:

    Probably the best of the series but the ending didn’t half stink Didn’t explain anything or wrap up the half

  7. says:

    AwesomeFantastic series that was thoroughly enjoyed Great characters and story Couldn't put them down once started a really good read

  8. says:

    A satisfying end to the Jason Wander series It is action packed with political turns Definitely keeps the reader guessing

  9. says:

    I'm not sure why but I just lost interest

  10. says:

    Originally read Mar 2013

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