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Breach the Hull ❴Reading❵ ➾ Breach the Hull Author Mike McPhail – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk HARDCORE NEGOTIATIONS HAVE BEGUNS First in the Defending The Future anthology series Get Ready for plenty of action packed military science fiction as the dogs of war are let loose on an unsuspecting HARDCORE NEGOTIATIONS HAVE BEGUNS First in the Defending The Future anthology series Get Ready for plenty of action packed military science fiction as the dogs of war are let loose on an unsuspecting universe in sixteen hard hitting stories by Jack Breach the Epub / McDevitt, John C Wright, Mike McPhail, James Danielle Ross, Danielle Ackley McPhail, James Chambers, Jeffrey Lyman, John G Hemry Jack Campbell , Bud Sparhawk, Lawrence M Schoen, Patrick Thomas, Tony Ruggiero, and CJ Henderson Winner of the Dream Awards for Best Anthology.


10 thoughts on “Breach the Hull

  1. Lawrence M. Schoen Lawrence M. Schoen says:

    This anthology had a rough birth, going through three different publishers before finally finding a home at DarkQuest where it has not only flourished, it has spawned an entire series.When I was invited to contribute to this anthology I was a bit hesitant I d never written Military SF before I d never read much of it either And, needless to say, I ve never served in the miliary SFnal or otherwise With my contribution to the book, Thresher, I skirted the requirements of writing Mil SF and This anthology had a rough birth, going through three different publishers before finally finding a home at DarkQuest where it has not only flourished, it has spawned an entire series.When I was invited to contribute to this anthology I was a bit hesitant I d never written Military SF before I d never read much of it either And, needless to say, I ve never served in the miliary SFnal or otherwise With my contribution to the book, Thresher, I skirted the requirements of writing Mil SF and wrote a pirate story set in space instead It should be noted, I d never written a pirate story before either


  2. Tony Tony says:

    A collection of military S.F from a well mixed group of authors, both new and established Found it a good source for some new authors to investigate.


  3. Michael Burnam-Fink Michael Burnam-Fink says:

    Breath the Hull is a very swingey military sci fi short story collection The best stories are Cryptic by Jack McDevitt, and Peter Power Armor and Forgotten Causes by John C Wright, which lead off the collection with the best kind of sideways meditations on existence that SF is capable of From there, the stories move throughor less forgettable exploits of space marines and space pirates, and doomed soldiers executing impossible orders But for the price is a good read, and the st Breath the Hull is a very swingey military sci fi short story collection The best stories are Cryptic by Jack McDevitt, and Peter Power Armor and Forgotten Causes by John C Wright, which lead off the collection with the best kind of sideways meditations on existence that SF is capable of From there, the stories move throughor less forgettable exploits of space marines and space pirates, and doomed soldiers executing impossible orders But for the price is a good read, and the stinkers are easily skipped


  4. Linda Linda says:

    Fabulous anthology of short stories I enjoy short stories It gives me a taste of so many authors that I often look for to read their full length novels However, the most chilling story from this book, is a story by Danielle Ackley McPhail I still have nightmares from it But I do re read it LOL


  5. Gary Gary says:

    Good collection of short stories Best black to move


  6. Julia Julia says:

    This is a book of short stories, mostly military oriented science fiction Only one story is by Jack Campbell I had chosen the book based on the author under whom it was listed The ebook does not have an interactive table of contents There is a table of contents at the beginning, obviously copied from the print version, so the page numbers listed don t match up with the page numbers in the ebook This made it very hard to find where each story began or ended, so I couldn t just skip from one This is a book of short stories, mostly military oriented science fiction Only one story is by Jack Campbell I had chosen the book based on the author under whom it was listed The ebook does not have an interactive table of contents There is a table of contents at the beginning, obviously copied from the print version, so the page numbers listed don t match up with the page numbers in the ebook This made it very hard to find where each story began or ended, so I couldn t just skip from one to another or look for the authors whom I wasinterested in Since it is short stories I had kept it as something to go back to periodically, but eventually gave up in frustration


  7. Justin Justin says:

    Most of the stories are dull, action movie style pulp offering cliches, stupidly macho characters, bad dialogue, and nothing new by way of theme or content I was surprised at the sheer number of typos and grammatical errors found in nearly every story, giving the works a very rushed, sloppy feel Peter Power Armor was the only story worth a close read This was my first and last venture into what I thought might be the exciting world of military sci fi.


  8. R. Alexander R. Alexander says:

    An excellent collection of stories, some are much better than others there were a couple that shouldn t have been included, in all honesty A great collection of stories if you re a die hard military SF reader.


  9. Zare Zare says:

    Great military SF short story collection My favorites are stories by Jack McDevitt and James Daniel Ross return return Great stories and not all are military per se which makes this even better collection Recommended.


  10. Robert Robert says:

    A fine collection of military themed science fiction short stories.


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