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10 thoughts on “Double Jeopardy

  1. Charles Charles says:

    the book and series i enjoyed a lot overall but i was dissapointed in all the sub plots left unfinshed and how u only gets hints at them in every book and fuzzies come on gotta be a littlecreative than that would like to see onebook to wrap up all the loose ends in the main plot aka war with the skinks and all the sub plots like dean and his son


  2. Andy Andy says:

    So long, Starfist Thanks for all the entertainment


  3. Paul Trott Paul Trott says:

    Mehdrawn out story No whiff of skinks in this book Just space slave dogs.This series needs to end.Edit Ok Just found out it has ended That sucks The author needs to write a last novel to wrap this up.


  4. Per Gunnar Per Gunnar says:

    This is the last book published in the Starfirst series Although this book is slightly better than the previous one I cannot say that I am too devastated that the series has come to an end Actually coming to an end is not really the right expression to use This is not the end of the actual story but rather, according to the author, the end due to the fact that the publisher pulled the plug on the series My biggest regret is that now we will never arrive at any conclusion to the Skink issue This is the last book published in the Starfirst series Although this book is slightly better than the previous one I cannot say that I am too devastated that the series has come to an end Actually coming to an end is not really the right expression to use This is not the end of the actual story but rather, according to the author, the end due to the fact that the publisher pulled the plug on the series My biggest regret is that now we will never arrive at any conclusion to the Skink issue Then, at the slow pace the author was advancing that story arc we might never have gotten there anyway.As for the book itself It was somewhat better than the previous one Although the story uses references to the Skinks to heighten the suspension somewhat in the beginning it is not really about the skinks This book is simply a separate adventureof the another day in the marines type It goes back somewhat to the first books in the series where every book was just a completed free standing episode.Unlike some of the previous installments this book is refreshingly devoid of politics It is primarily the FIST against a corrupt and criminal corporation spiced up with a new alien race found to be sentient It is a fairly simple story without any major surprises The marines go in, kick butt and round up the bad guys Enjoyable read but nothing to jump up and down about


  5. Christopher Christopher says:

    I enjoyed this book as I have all books in the starfist series The confederation marines a bad ass, the only thing that I found irksome was the suspicious lake of close air, and artillery support that the marines had available but used so sparingly to be almost nonexistent I understand it was because if they had been used, then the issue would never have been in doubt and the book would have been over in three or four chapters stillAside from that if you are a fan of military science fictio I enjoyed this book as I have all books in the starfist series The confederation marines a bad ass, the only thing that I found irksome was the suspicious lake of close air, and artillery support that the marines had available but used so sparingly to be almost nonexistent I understand it was because if they had been used, then the issue would never have been in doubt and the book would have been over in three or four chapters stillAside from that if you are a fan of military science fiction it will be a good read


  6. Hali Sowle Hali Sowle says:

    Another solid entry in the Starfist series The men of the 34th Fist don t get much rest from their last encounter with the skinks before they are called on to fight another threat, this time they have two enemies one they know all too well and one that may or may not be Skinks The writing when it comes to the battles, planning and the men of the Fist interacting with each other is solid but there are also a few subplots that are left gaping wide open that make this and the other books in the Another solid entry in the Starfist series The men of the 34th Fist don t get much rest from their last encounter with the skinks before they are called on to fight another threat, this time they have two enemies one they know all too well and one that may or may not be Skinks The writing when it comes to the battles, planning and the men of the Fist interacting with each other is solid but there are also a few subplots that are left gaping wide open that make this and the other books in the series less than fully satisfying for me


  7. Jim Jim says:

    One of the better written books in this series It is also the last of the series Focusedon the Marines and how they operate instead of creating stupid names and characters Still, this introduced a new alien called the Fuzzy which took a lot of creative thought to come up with NOT I don t know if I would read anyof these books They are good sometimes and the information about the Marines is very interesting and sounds like the real stuff But, everything else gets real juvenile One of the better written books in this series It is also the last of the series Focusedon the Marines and how they operate instead of creating stupid names and characters Still, this introduced a new alien called the Fuzzy which took a lot of creative thought to come up with NOT I don t know if I would read anyof these books They are good sometimes and the information about the Marines is very interesting and sounds like the real stuff But, everything else gets real juvenile real quick


  8. Sylvia Sylvia says:

    Is this a young adult series Expert writing from a pair of authors with massive combat and military strategy experience between them Plots are thin, and the alien cultures seem quite transparently modeled on various ethnic groups who have featured in the world s military campaigns in this volume the obvious model is North American Indians.


  9. J. J. says:

    A decent entry in this long running series Good action and fairly interesting, if derivative, new aliens As usual, the book ends rather arbitrarily, as if it reached a certain length rather than any strong or satisfying plot conclusion.


  10. Bill Brinkley Bill Brinkley says:

    This is a good book with plenty of action and good character development I recommend this book that being said I still don t know why I finished this book At times it didn t seem to hold my attention but I could not put it down


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Double Jeopardy ❰Read❯ ➱ Double Jeopardy Author David Sherman – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk It may be the twenty fifth century, but the Marines are still looking for a few good menThe Confederation has finally disclosed the existence of Skinks, fierce aliens bent on wiping out humankind Whil It may be the twenty fifth century, but the Marines are still looking for a few good menThe Confederation has finally disclosed the existence of Skinks, fierce aliens bent on wiping out humankind While the rest of the universe grapples with the news, the Skink savvy Marines of the Confederation s Thirty fourth Fleet Initial Strike Team FIST have their own worries they ve just learned they can t transfer out of the unit Who else has the skills to fight the Skinks on their home turf when the time comes Morale isn t improved by a report of Skinks on the uncolonized world of Ishtar which means that FIST must turn around and head right back into the jaws of hell with no downtime But none of that matters to Lieutenant Charlie Bass and the third platoon of Company L They re Marines, they re the best, and they ve got a job to do.

    Double Jeopardy ePUB Ê Hardcover the skills to fight the Skinks on their home turf when the time comes Morale isn t improved by a report of Skinks on the uncolonized world of Ishtar which means that FIST must turn around and head right back into the jaws of hell with no downtime But none of that matters to Lieutenant Charlie Bass and the third platoon of Company L They re Marines, they re the best, and they ve got a job to do."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Double Jeopardy
  • David Sherman
  • English
  • 27 October 2017
  • 0345501012

About the Author: David Sherman

David Sherman has been a Marine and a sculptor He writes science fiction and military novels Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this nameSeeDavid ShermanDavid Sherman, Professor of Philosophy David Scoreman ShermanDavid Sherman David Sherman, journalist, playwrightDavid Sherman.