Earth Strike - Ian Douglas

Earth Strike

By Ian Douglas

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-02-23
  • Book Genre: Science Fiction
  • Author: Ian Douglas
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 432 Ratings)

Earth Strike Ian Douglas read online review & book description:

In the vein of the hit television show Battlestar Galactica comes Earth Strike—the first book in the action-packed Star Carrier science fiction series by Ian Douglas, author of the popular Inheritance, Heritage, and Legacy Trilogies and one of the most adept writers of military sf working today. Earth Strike rockets readers into a vast  and deadly intergalactic battle, as humankind attempts to bring down an evil empire and establish itself as the new major power. Fans of Robert Heinlein’s Starship Troopers and Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War, welcome aboard the Star Carrier!

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  • Earth Strike

    By Sixfold I
    Too much time spent on attempting to explain faux science and too little time spent on the story line and character development. Rather boring most of the time. ✌️
  • Excellent, Engaging Read

    By anrebe
    The author pulls together all the elements needed to kick off a rapid page-turning series. Enjoy!
  • Hardcore Scifi at It's Best

    By crashtestdummee
    A credible application of real-world physics to carrier based spacecraft warfare as Navy pilots fight for the survival of the human race against an enigmatic implacable alien foe. The battle rages a lttle too close to home as the enemy attacks the sol system with the intent of exterminating man. The novel re-introduces the concept of the technologic singularity and man's proximity to it as the reason man must die. A worthwile, well-thought, and entertaining read.
  • Nice story

    By Ylecoyoteesq
    Enjoyed the theories behind traveling near c. A good sci if book that can be read on a trip.
  • Mil SciFi Fan

    By ex paratrooper
    Overall, an excellent trilogy. My only complaint is the author gets redundant in explaining some of the technology.
  • Top 5

    By marcamos
    This book, and the three that follow, are easily in my top 5 favorite series list. Great work!
  • Most impressive!

    By Taffy-boy
    I was so I pressed with this first book in the trilogy, the other two have been purchased and are ready for the reading.
  • Excellent

    By RiccoV
    Truly excellent. Very enjoyable and written in such a manner showing the skill and knowledge of the author. I'm on to the second book in the series.
  • Great Read!

    By LIG4CRS
    I couldn't put it down. Waiting for the sequel.
  • Excellent book.

    By Skharz
    Great story, neat concepts: it is a fun read.

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