Ghost Fleet

Ghost Fleet Ghost Fleet military SF wordsThe superstitious call them Ghost Ships Experts say they are scanner echoes tossed out of the past by the Phenomenon The rumors and a cryptic entry in an ancestor

  • Title: Ghost Fleet
  • Author: D.A. Boulter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ghost Fleet military SF 104,000 wordsThe superstitious call them Ghost Ships Experts say they are scanner echoes tossed out of the past by the Phenomenon The rumors and a cryptic entry in an ancestor s diary propel Lieutenant Commander Mart Britlot of the Confederation navy into the dangerous Sivon sector of space There, Britlot hopes to find help for the ConfederatioGhost Fleet military SF 104,000 wordsThe superstitious call them Ghost Ships Experts say they are scanner echoes tossed out of the past by the Phenomenon The rumors and a cryptic entry in an ancestor s diary propel Lieutenant Commander Mart Britlot of the Confederation navy into the dangerous Sivon sector of space There, Britlot hopes to find help for the Confederation, now facing a two front war As the last living Confederation descendant of the Adian nation, Britlot is obsessed with finding the ghost ships, believed destroyed during a mass emigration 300 years in the past He dreams of riding to the rescue at the head of the never defeated Adian fleet he dreams of finding family after the death of all his near relatives at the hands of the Combine He ll drive his ship and crew beyond endurance to achieve this The felid Tlartox Empire, eager to avenge their humiliating defeat at the hands of the Confederation, has voted to annul the long standing peace treaty The glory of The Hunt beckons Admiral Tood Tlomega has focused on the human planet Lormar, with its great naval base, as a fitting target for retribution She will return dignity to the people of Tlar She will return them to the path that Tlar illuminated so many centuries ago.But a small band of Tlartox subversives intend to rake a claw across the plans of the war mongers, and give both the Empire and the Confederation something they hadn t counted on.

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    One thought on “Ghost Fleet”

    1. I don't read a lot of sci fi, so wouldn't have tried this if it wasn't for the fact that this was one of the group book reads for the UK Kindle Forum on . I'm glad that I gave it a go as I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. There are a lot of characters and several threads weaving through the story, which I found a bit difficult to keep track of at first - but by the end of the story all those threads came together and I had sorted out who was who. I found the story gripping and intriguing, with [...]

    2. A nice comfortable read. I had issues with some of the main characters being either naive or just plain stupid. How's it go? Book smart and sidewalk stupid? Anyway, this is not a Sci-fi book. More of a character book with a sci-fi background that could have been improved a bit by the main characters being more realistically intelligent or having common sense. I am probably biased being stamped with a cynical brand as I am. I'll still with my first sentence and will read more of this author as ch [...]

    3. Rather confusing at the start - too many similar sounding names. Even later in the book it's not always immediately obvious which faction just became the POV. Some of the characters are unconvincing.The pacing is good, and there's a nice build up to the final confrontation, although the resolution is ultimately unsatisfying.

    4. Ghost Fleet is a novel that sets out to give a shout out to the old ways of telling a science fiction story. The author does an excellent job in doing so and I was equally impressed with the story itself. Not one that should be passed up.

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