Hell's Faire Posleen War #4 PDF/EPUB Í Hell's Faire


Hell's Faire Posleen War #4 ➺ [Download] ➶ Hell's Faire Posleen War #4 By John Ringo ➻ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk With the defenses of the Southern Appalachians sundered the only thing standing between the ravening Posleen hordes and the soft interior of the Cumberland Plateau are the veterans of 555th Mobile Inf With the defenses of the Posleen War ePUB ☆ Southern Appalachians sundered the only thing standing between the ravening Posleen hordes and the soft interior of the Cumberland Plateau are the veterans of th Mobile Infantry Dropped into Rabun Pass with a couple of million Posleen behind them and fourteen million to the front the only uestion is which will run out first power bullets or bodies But they have a hole card far to the north the shattered SheVa Nine is undergoing a facelift Rising from its smoking ashes is a new weapon of war Hell's Faire PDF \ armed with the most advanced weaponry Terra has ever produced capable of facing both the Posleen hordes and their redoubtable space cruisers Capable of dealing out hell as only SheVa Nine can If Mike O'Neal and the other members of the th are going to survive it will come down to how much Posleen butt Bun bun can kick Prepare to eat antimatter Posleen boy.

  • ebook
  • 268 pages
  • Hell's Faire Posleen War #4
  • John Ringo
  • English
  • 12 January 2016

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10 thoughts on “Hell's Faire Posleen War #4

  1. Dan Dan says:

    052417 re read 3rd time Very good Ties up many things adds interesting possibilities

  2. Craig Woodward Craig Woodward says:

    Fourth book in the series and it wraps up the entire thing with a Deus Ex Machina trope 2500 pages and nothing the characters did mattered at all What a waste of time

  3. Neil Neil says:

    This was a decent ending to a crazy series The author was having problems with finishing up When the Devil Dances and then 9 11 happened so the first two thirds of the final novel was published as the stand alone When the Devil Dances and the grand finale was published as Hell's Faire I know when I first read it I would have rated it five stars Now it would be 37 38 but I'll round it up to four As most of the characters have already been developed in the prior two novels there is not much further character development in this novel view spoilerunless you want to consider what happened to Papa O'Neal and Callie as further development hide spoiler

  4. Michael Abberton Michael Abberton says:

    Well the first part of the Posleen saga draws to a close and I was a little underwhelmed unfortunately It was a little too MOTS of the same for me and the ending was anti climatic Not that I disliked but it wasn't a rousing end to the series The biggest problem was the very deus ex machina nature of the ending Things have been getting steadily grimmer and grimmer for the humans on Earth through the series Finally in this book the nukes start to fly left and right although conveniently they are soft antimatter nukes that have vastly less problematic long term conseuences and the ACS is battered and about to be wiped outagain along with most of the rest of the main charactersThen out of the blue the Fleet shows up in orbit with no foreshadowing other than vague references that their other endeavors were out of the Earth system were successful and annihilates billions and billions of Posleen on the planet's surface and rescues humanity All in about 5 10 pages Hmmmm this sort of begs some uestions like1 Where are all the Posleen ships in the Terran system?2 Why didn't the Human Fleet send a message while they were moving towards earth to let everyone know the cavalry was coming? I know that they were AWOL and needed to keep the Darhel in the dark but they couldn't have called when they first got in system? Seems like that would be too late for the Darhel to do much other than complain a day or two earlier I will admit that I am hazy on the details of interstellar travel in this series and how close to planets ships can arrive in system That could explain the sudden nature of their arrival3 If it is that easy to annihilate billions of Posleen from orbit why haven't the Posleen done the same from orbit a long time ago? I know they barely understand their own technology but this never seemed to make much sense to me So overall I am sort of glad it's over but I would have preferred a different ending Maybe something like the US Command knows the Fleet is coming but has to figure out how to last long enough for them to arrive Mike

  5. Per Gunnar Per Gunnar says:

    This is actually a review of both When the Devil Dances and Hell’s Faire which really is how the author meant it to be He meant to write one book but got writers block by the 911 event so it was released as two books Indeed Hell’s Faire picks up seamlessly where When the Devil Dances leaves of so once should really read them as one Thus I review them as oneThis book series have improved greatly from the first book in the series This one is pretty much a pure combat story with only a minimum amount of political nonsense It is not only about Mighty Mike and his Marines but also a lot about some heavy armor and the crew And I mean heavy The crew of the big badthingcalls everything else “crunchies”and that includes Abrams tanksAs usual John Ringo’s combat descriptions are very enjoyable to read and as a whole this combined book was well worth its money The one gripe I have is that it ends without much of a conclusion Sure the good guys both survive and win but only the battlenot the war The ending is very “to be continued” like but from what I understand there is not really a logical follow up written The next book in the story has nothing to do with the Posleen War There are a couple of books that have something to do with the war but they are side stories about individual persons I want to read about the Posleen being kicked back to their home planet and the Darhel getting their schemes and plot blown up into their faces but no such book seems to have been made

  6. Brad Brad says:

    An unenthusiastic 3 stars This is a continuation of When the Devil Dancesbut it is not seamless Ringo gives explanations and a little backstory on just about everything the first time we come across it No real effort is made to make this a stand alone book It's obviously just the end of a book that did not get finished I think the extra words are just padding so it didn't look ridiculously thin compared to the previous 3 books The ACS don't do much in this one except sit and shoot No maneuvers or strategy The comparative timelines of the ACS and the Sheeva seem incompatible The battle scenes with the tank were pretty entertaining This is the conclusion of what should have been a trilogy but it didn't seem like it The climax was a little too convenient and timely Everything gets hastily wrapped up Disappointing

  7. azdbackfan azdbackfan says:

    Have successfully crossed the halfway point in the book there has been a lot of opportunity to have headphones in my ears with impunity More of the characters I like and less of the minor people I don't Curious to see how it ends Not sure the side stores are going to interest me as muchOk I finished it It wasn't the THE END I had hoped it would be The epilogue contains about 17 hooks for future storylines I would consider wading through the morass of side stories but I just don't know if I care that much or if the author even knows himself how to wrap this all upI know life is full of the open ended and unresolved However I'm mortal and my story will eventually end Will Ringo's?

  8. gargamelscat gargamelscat says:

    510Well he does explain why #3 didn't finish the series 911 This is of the same repetitive military tech porn It felt a bit pointless by the time I'd finished it the enemy don't stand up with just sheer mass going for them which is hardly credible in a spacefaring raceThe intrusiveness of the author's musical taste is ever evident with a playlist at the end of the book Redneck hillbilly rock rules notAlso didn't care for the rightwing dig at the global warming myth For someone writing SciFi he must not think much of scienceI hope this tendency doesn't wax in his later novels as he has the capability of being a good story tellerMakes me hungry for serious fare

  9. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    AdventureWarand obscure internet comicsSheeshI mostly enjoyed the Posleen war seriesbut I probably won't read it again Humans have fought and fought and their backs are against the wall in this book One group of fighters now stands between humanity and their future as entrees for the PosleenWill we survive as a race? Will Earth remain a human planet? Will help come in time? How many books can follow this story line? LOL Not bad and I own and have read other of Ringo's books Not the best military science fiction I've ever read but pretty good

  10. Jan Willem Nijman Jan Willem Nijman says:

    super cheesy yet enjoyable if you like reading how many megatons every single explosion is

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