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A Little Rebellion Crimson Worlds Book IIIThe Third Frontier War Is Over, And The Western Alliance Is Triumphant All Across Human Occupied Space, Colony Worlds Celebrate The Coming Of Peace But Peace Is An Elusive Dream, And Trouble Is Brewing The War Was Expensive, And The Economies Of The Superpowers, Always Fragile, Are On The Verge Of Total Collapse The Directorate, The Shadowy Intelligence Organization That Has Become The True Power Behind The Alliance Government, Plans To Strip The Colonies Bare To Pay The Costs Of War Already, They Are Tightening Their Control Over The Freewheeling Colonial Governments And The Marine Corps Faces Total Destruction At The Hands Of The Worst Traitor In Its HistoryBut The Colonists Are A Different Breed Than The Passive Mob On Earth, And They Have No Intention Of Meekly Surrendering Their Hard Won Freedoms On Worlds All Across The Frontier, Plans Are Hatched And Weapons Hoarded And In Taverns And Meeting Halls The Words Of An Ancient Text Are Uttered In Hushed Tones A Little Rebellion, Now And Then, Is A Good ThingThe Crimson Worlds Series Marines Crimson Worlds I The Cost Of Victory Crimson Worlds II A Little Rebellion Crimson Worlds III Tombstone Prequel Coming March The First Imperium Crimson Worlds IV


10 thoughts on “A Little Rebellion

  1. says:

    This is the third book in this series I enjoyed it very much a little bitthan the first one since this one did not feel as rushed, there are still a few points where you feel the author was rushing and just giving a summury of a battle insteasd of going into detail, also throughout this whole series the author jumps several months ahead all the time without really telling you Those are my onlyt two complaints all in all a very good read looking forward to next book.


  2. says:

    Author Jay Allan continues the saga of Erik Cain and his fellow Marines in the third book of the Crimson Worlds series Now there s revolution on the colony worlds as Earth s children chafe under the autocratic boot of their homeworld Allan is a gifted when it comes to writing futuristic combat, both on the ground and in space he has a real grasp of tactics and how wars might be fought among the stars In addition, the layered story of the last book becomes evenentangled, as there are n Author Jay Allan continues the saga of Erik Cain and his fellow Marines in the third book of the Crimson Worlds series Now there s revolution on the colony worlds as Earth s children chafe under the autocratic boot of their homeworld Allan is a gifted when it comes to writing futuristic combat, both on the ground and in space he has a real grasp of tactics and how wars might be fought among the stars In addition, the layered story of the last book becomes evenentangled, as there are now threats from within, shifting alliances, and insterstellar politics which all bear heavily on the fast paced plot of the book The only downside I might offer is the expanded cast of characters can get to be a bit confusing, especially with similar sounding names that appear on planets that don t seem to be very different from each other The main characters are all back with easily recognizable heroics, but the secondary folks from the last book have been elevated into starring roles with somewhat little in the way of differentiating personalities Even with that, though, this is still a solid read, and Jay Allan is crafting a pretty nifty little sci fi series here


  3. says:

    A satisfactory ending to this first sequence definitely not the end Sadly not everyone makes it through but there is a good balance of warfare on the rebel worlds, together with machinations at the political level and in both naval and marine hierarchy It s a long book and suffers from some poor proofreading both typos and actual errors I m being hypercritical I ll come back to this universe at some stage.


  4. says:

    A page turner with caveats Good strategy and dialog but, the characters are a bit too cardboard the protagonist borders on being a Marty Stu and the author repeats descriptions of characters ad nausium every encounter like he is attempting to increase word count The events are also a tad predictable and the influience of the American wars are readily apparent All that being said the book was enjoyable and I do plan on finishing this part of the series.


  5. says:

    Ok, Jay his suckered me completely in with this series I absolutely Love Eric Cain The supporting characters are so well developed that it one falls in love with them, or hate in some cases Jay artfully articulates how freedom and liberty can be eroded This story May be set in the far future but couldn t bepoignant to today.


  6. says:

    Gotta read fasterJust finished A Little Rebellion, couldn t put it down I ll make this quick so I don t waste any time to read 4read these books, you won t be disappointed.Why are you still reading this review, when you could be reading one of Jay Allen s fantastic books Go Buy, read, enjoy your time in the Crimson Worlds.


  7. says:

    A next step on the roadWith this novel Jay Allen moves his credentials up a notch He is already moving toward the ranks of our top military fiction authors His action is balanced with intrigue and political infighting Sides are clearly drawn, with infiltration, assasination and economic warfare employed carefully to produce a believable environment for revolution.


  8. says:

    Great book, only criticisms really is that some parts feel really rushed Jumping through battles, just giving summaries of major events The last bit particularly feels rushed Also, the author repeats character descriptions or motives that he has already stated, so parts of the book you end up wanting to just breeze through due to this.


  9. says:

    I bought the bundle for books 1 3 I enjoyed book 3 and it had a few errors throughout The overall information was a little over the top and had so much going on that it was sometimes hard to keep track on which character was describing or talking I enjoyed the overall plot, but was a little predictable I look forward to book 4.


  10. says:

    Congratulations on another excellent military sci fi book This one was a fitting sort of ending to the trilogy Some characters live and some die but in the end, the good guys come out ahead Thanks to Kindle Unlimited for allowing me to read these in order.


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