10 thoughts on “Emile and the Dutchman (Metsada Mercenary Corps, #2)

  1. says:

    One of Joel Rosenberg s best book and I really like his style This book is a collection of stories featuring Emile, a rich kid looking for a cause and something to do, and the Dutchman, a foul mouthed foul smelling and generally all around foul representative of everything that is uncouth about the human rac...


  2. says:

    I enjoyed this book immensely, not just for the first contacts , but for The Dutchman himself He reminded me of one of my superiors while I was in the Army, to the point I could almost hear The Dutchman speaking in his voice Seeing Emile change over the course of the book was interesting, too.


  3. says:

    A fun book of short stories, set in the same sci fi setting as Rosenberg s Ties of Blood and Silver, but focused on amilitary exploration side of things A very gritty way to look at humanity s exploration of the galaxy, far different from the pristine idealism of say, Star Trek Very fun read.


  4. says:

    It s a fun classic science fiction story about first contacts.


  5. says:

    The way Emile grew and changed over the course of the book was immensely satisfying, and the very very end was somehow inevitable.


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