To Fall Among Vultures A gritty Military SF page turner sure to please fans of intrigue and space combat Humanity has spent decades carefully establishing a quiet foothold in an uncaring galaxy brimming with hostile powers

  • Title: To Fall Among Vultures
  • Author: Scott Warren John Adamus
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  • Page: 326
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  • A gritty, Military SF page turner sure to please fans of intrigue and space combat Humanity has spent decades carefully establishing a quiet foothold in an uncaring galaxy brimming with hostile powers That all unraveled six months ago when Captain Victoria Marin and her crew of Vultures stumbled into the center of a conflict between two of the galaxy s three apex civilizA gritty, Military SF page turner sure to please fans of intrigue and space combat Humanity has spent decades carefully establishing a quiet foothold in an uncaring galaxy brimming with hostile powers That all unraveled six months ago when Captain Victoria Marin and her crew of Vultures stumbled into the center of a conflict between two of the galaxy s three apex civilizations Eager to get off the intergalactic radar, the Vultures spent the last six months laying low, running routine salvage and recon missions for the Union Earth Government The scavenged xenotech they and the other privateers ship back to Earth are crucial to securing humanity s place among the stars But fate has other plans for the Vultures When an alien Commander shows up on her doorstep offering Earth its first true defensive alliance, Vick has no choice but to pledge her crew of crafty privateers to their cause Vick and her Vultures are drawn into a grudge almost a thousand years in the making, and survival for one race could mean extinction for the other.

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    1. I received this from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Another strong volume in the new Union Earth Privateers series. This one took a while to get going, simply establishing a wide range of characters and alien races (it was actually quite confusing until about halfway through the book), but once the board was set, it was off to battle. And those were incredibly fascinating and amazing to read. The concepts were definitely hard science fiction, and contained concepts [...]

    2. I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.This is a wonderful space opera which follows on nicely from the first book.If you enjoy military space opera this is for you.

    3. The actions of the humans in this book are completely insane. None of the decisions make sense. I can go into a bit of detail below in the spoilers (SPOILERWARNING)(view spoiler)[Basically Humanity has the choice of two potential allies:On one side you have a multi-star Empire with which you have friendly contact, you even export items that seem addictive to the citizens of that empire (silk and coffee). (Alien A)On the other side you have a isolationist one planet empire with which you have zer [...]

    4. First, the good news. This promises to be an exciting new series, and I really like the premise. Earth finally develops the technology to travel into the stars, only to find they are already occupied and we are horribly outclassed by many superior races, especially by what are considered the Big Three. In order to catch up technologically before we get squashed flat like a bug, we develop a fleet of Privateers, whose goal is to scavenge among the battles between the other races and collect whate [...]

    5. To Fall Among Vultures is a solid addition to the Union Earth Privateers series. I found the writing to be equally as good as the first book, Vick’s Vultures, with the same exception that I noted before, that of repetition. (I read from an advance copy and it may be those few spots I took issue with are changed in final editing.) Calling upon his own training as a pilot, Warren helps us to mentally visualize extensive battle scenes. They feel authentic, if a little drawn out. The reader is def [...]

    6. "To Fall Among Vultures" eBook was published in 2017 and was written by Scott Warren (facebook/scottwarrenSCD/). Mr. Warren has published five novels, this being the second in his "Union Earth Privateers" series. I received an ARC of this novel through netgalley in return for a fair and honest review. I categorize this novel as ‘R’ because it contains scenes of Violence. The story is set in the far future, with the primary character of Captain Victoria Marin of the space craft Condor. Marin [...]

    7. I remember the good days, back in book one. Lots of scavengin', more than our fair share of close calls, some characters you'd like to see make it to the last page just don't luck out. But once you fly with Vick, ain't nothin' in the galaxy will keep you from boarding that ship. So when book two heads outta port, I'm on it.Now, that mess of xeno bickerin' hasn't let up one bit. They still makin' the galaxy one helluva tough piece of black to slip around in. You'da thought then, what with all the [...]

    8. It has been some time since I read the first part of the series. Back then I gave it 5 stars, and I will give this one 3. That's not because I think it's much worse than the first one, but because I'm starting to try to force myself to use the rating system as it is intended and not give every book 5 stars all the time. That quite misses the purpose of rating at all.So I read the previous one quite a while ago, so at first, I had some trouble catching up with the who-is-who. Then it became reall [...]

    9. It happened again, folks: I read the second installment of a trilogy series without having read the first book. Damn. By the fourth chapter in I began feeling it though; Warren doesn’t forgive readers who stumble halfway into a series without getting something of a debrief session as each concept, technology, character, and element is thrown at you from left, right, and center.I got the hang of it eventually though, and man…what an awesome story! I felt like a boxer in the ring with a champ; [...]

    10. This is an excellent, high-paced sci-fi novel, and in my opinion as good as or better than the first Vick's book (which I also thoroughly enjoyed). The novel catches up with the crew of the Condor a few months after the events of Vick's Vultures, where' Captain Marin's success in outmaneuvering a massively more powerful hostile spaceship has given her crew a reputation - which is affecting their ability to go about their scavenging mission in both good and bad ways Warren really excels at descri [...]

    11. To Fall Among Vultures by Scott Warren is the hardcore science fiction reader's dream. Warren dives right into the science at the beginning of the book. If you like the works of authors like Julie Czerneda and John Ringo, then this one is for you.The book is the second entry in the Union Earth Privateers series and promises that readers will not be lost if they start with this one. I did start with this one and found the promise to be true. Warren does an excellent job of keeping up the intense [...]

    12. Easy read, interesting characters, different plot.Nothing critical, could use a bit of editing but overall, well written. Looking forward to the next installment, hope not to wait too long.

    13. Great series with a good twistGreat series with a good twist in the way the earth handles the galaxy by using privateers to scavenge from the other races. Loved it.

    14. Good book but still after all this time certain tech from centuries ago is still being used? This is baffling. Also the battle was a bit confusing other than that, very nice read.

    15. What began as a great beginning to a series in book 1 went straight to hell over the course of this, book II. I'm tempted to ask for a refund from because I am so disgusted by the bait and switch the author set up. A complete waste of money. Two words: Ender's Game

    16. Nice continuation of the story.Nice continuation of the story. Stayed up late to read it. Can't wait to read books more by this author.

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