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No Worse Enemy [Read] ➳ No Worse Enemy Author Christopher G. Nuttall – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The sequel to The Empire s Corps, also available from KindleSix months ago, Colonel Edward Stalker and his Marines were abandoned on Avalon, left to fend for themselves as the Empire withdrew from the The sequel to The Empire s Corps, also available from KindleSix months ago, Colonel Edward Stalker and his Marines were abandoned on Avalon, left to fend for themselves as the Empire withdrew from the Rim Since then, Avalon has been isolated from the settled universeuntil nowAs a mysterious pirate organisation attempts to take over Avalon, the Marines find themselves struggling against a shadowy figure with dreams of power, while a young civilian is kidnapped and press ganged into a pirate crew They re fighting to preserve something of the Empire s order in No Worse PDF/EPUB ² the wake of its departure, but the pirates appear to have far greater resources and a plan that seems unstoppable The Empire is gone What will take its place.


10 thoughts on “No Worse Enemy

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

    Ah, the second installment in our space faring slightly brain candy yet also political adventure Don t worry, not nearly so much discussion of what s happened to civilization Earth the Empire here No we ve gotare you ready SPACE PIRATES Doesn t everyone love space pirates And it s not just space pirates No, no, nothis is space pirates vs the Marines Whatneeds to be said If you like action its here If you like space opera it s here If you like military science fiction Ah, the second installment in our space faring slightly brain candy yet also political adventure Don t worry, not nearly so much discussion of what s happened to civilization Earth the Empire here No we ve gotare you ready SPACE PIRATES Doesn t everyone love space pirates And it s not just space pirates No, no, nothis is space pirates vs the Marines Whatneeds to be said If you like action its here If you like space opera it s here If you like military science fiction it s herereally.Recommended, enjoy.By the way, yeah I intend to follow the series I mean you get brain candy along with a bit of meatcool


  2. Dan Dan says:

    Another good read, in a very enjoyable series.


  3. Billie Billie says:

    Your standard military science fiction Pretty good battles Based around Marines Second in the series.So this book is muchfocused around pirates and space, rather than rebels ground fight rebels like the first book.The plot was okay, however I nearly gave up a few times due to the authors obsession with rape over all other forms of torture and violence He just goes on and on about it, and barely mentions any other bad things.He also seems to have a bit of an obsession with female slav Your standard military science fiction Pretty good battles Based around Marines Second in the series.So this book is muchfocused around pirates and space, rather than rebels ground fight rebels like the first book.The plot was okay, however I nearly gave up a few times due to the authors obsession with rape over all other forms of torture and violence He just goes on and on about it, and barely mentions any other bad things.He also seems to have a bit of an obsession with female slaves They re everywhere, so much so I do wonder how exactly the pirates and other baddies in this series actually manage the logistics of transporting them around.The enemies also have pretty bad motivations, and poor explanations as to why their societies manage to exist in a horrific statis For example the pirates are supposed to knifing each other and performing coops all the time But there s only 200 of them in a ship, and the ships are supposed to be fairly small so surely you d run out of people, or most of them would want to leave.Also the pirates actually have commodities that they could trade and do what they re doing without all the violence It was never really explained why they needed to keep terrorising everyone all the time.I just struggle to see how the society could continue to exist.It also feels a bit like the author is attempting to say something about society as a whole Generally this comes across as poorly constructed straw men, about them kids being taught rights but not values in school, and them being lazy very Grumpy old man.I think the first book had a bitpolitics and empire building, which made it a little better, and gave the book a context in the overall universe This book seems to lack that.Anyway The fighting bits are pretty good Everything else Meh


  4. Don Don says:

    I though the novel was a little preachy, it was kind of hard to read through the evils of bureaucrats or the failings of the empire or how well trained the marines are It actually detracted from the story a bit to the point where I had to stop reading part ways through a paragraph Dialogue also felt cumbersome as after every spoken line there was a paragraph explaining why the character felt this way before saying another line.Probably won t keep reading the series because of this.


  5. Frédéric Frédéric says:

    Six month after the events on Avalon a new threat appears on the horizon Pirates Pirates led by a man with delusions of a new empire on the ruins of the one currently collapsing It s up to Ed Stalker s Marines to save the day once again D j vu, eh Yep, but that doesn t mean it s bad and it s actually pretty good if you re into Space Marines lit Nuttall has a good and clear style some little redundancies here and there though entertaining and easy to read The stakes are clearly exposed a Six month after the events on Avalon a new threat appears on the horizon Pirates Pirates led by a man with delusions of a new empire on the ruins of the one currently collapsing It s up to Ed Stalker s Marines to save the day once again D j vu, eh Yep, but that doesn t mean it s bad and it s actually pretty good if you re into Space Marines lit Nuttall has a good and clear style some little redundancies here and there though entertaining and easy to read The stakes are clearly exposed and the pacing is fast enough with a wee bitcharacter development than in vol.1 Politics are still an important part of the background, with promises of interesting future volumes.Just for the fun of it it seems either Chris Nuttall has verbal tics or some of his characters have OCDs Jasmine rolls her eyes every time she hears Blake and Joe arguing and they argue a lot and Ed Stalker scowls at least half a dozen times per chapter Wonder what he does the rest of the time He frowns maybe


  6. Leather Leather says:

    This second episode of The Empire s Corps is consistent with the first it s a good Military Space Opera, entertaining, with a good general framework and good characters but with the same flaws What a shame that the book is full of geopolitical and political reflections as useless as they are boring I can t stand any the hour long monolog of a character between two lines of dialogue And what useless repetitions, over and over To read for action scenes, some chapters are very good.


  7. Jean Jean says:

    This is book two in the Empire Corp Series Colonel Edward Stalker and his marines are left to fend for themselves as the Empire withdraws from the rim After managing to obtain order on Avalon in the first episode, the people of Avalon and the Marines hope for the future is in peril when a mysterious pirate organization attempts to take over Avalon.The book is divided into two plots, one between the Marines and the pirates and the other plot about the kidnapped people by the pirates The story This is book two in the Empire Corp Series Colonel Edward Stalker and his marines are left to fend for themselves as the Empire withdraws from the rim After managing to obtain order on Avalon in the first episode, the people of Avalon and the Marines hope for the future is in peril when a mysterious pirate organization attempts to take over Avalon.The book is divided into two plots, one between the Marines and the pirates and the other plot about the kidnapped people by the pirates The story does focus on one kidnapped victim and her attempts to survive and escape from the pirates.The writing is good the characters are well done as is the action There is lots of action, suspense and the story moves at a fast pace The book has a good ending that leaves enough questions to provide for the next episode Nuttall has an easy to read writing style The book kept my attention and was enjoyable to read I read this as an audio book downloaded from Audible Jeffrey Kafer narrated the story


  8. Cath Cath says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s a hard tale but despite being a fiction series I feel it asks some important deeper life questions which was a surprise What do good people do when their choices are extinguished It was interesting experiencing Mandy s thought processes as she worked through these issues and Christopher goes there and doesn t skirt around the detail of the emotional issues I do love that about all his works, there s a reality It s a violent series and some really won t find this entertaining I persona It s a hard tale but despite being a fiction series I feel it asks some important deeper life questions which was a surprise What do good people do when their choices are extinguished It was interesting experiencing Mandy s thought processes as she worked through these issues and Christopher goes there and doesn t skirt around the detail of the emotional issues I do love that about all his works, there s a reality It s a violent series and some really won t find this entertaining I personally find the violence congruent with the plot It s not a pretty clinical world but primitive warfare I m looking forward to seeing where the next adventure leads I do love epics


  9. 2percentright 2percentright says:

    Just couldn t finish it Way too much pointless internal dialogue Every chapter that focuses on Mandy can be skipped completely without negatively affecting the story Got 88% through before the multiple pages without actual dialogue made me give up When two orpeople are having a conversation, it helps if the author focuses on that, instead of any random thought going through a character s head.


  10. Steven Allen Steven Allen says:

    I have enjoyed a lot of this author s work Good characters that I actually am invested in and want to see prosper Good combat action, with realistic outcomes Some typos and punctuation mistakes, but otherwise a great book Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.


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