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Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). John Ringo is author of the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series which so far includes A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, Hell’s Faire and Eye of the Storm. as well as the connected novels Cally’s War, Sister Time and Honor of the Clan (with Julie Cochrane), The Hero (with Michael Z. Williamson), and Watch. on the Rhine and Yellow Eyes (with Tom Kratman), and is the hottest new military science fiction writer since David Weber.

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John Ringo (born March 22, 1963) is an American science fiction and military fiction author. He has had several New York Times best sellers. His books range from straightforward science fiction to a mix of military and political thrillers

John Ringo (born March 22, 1963) is an American science fiction and military fiction author. His books range from straightforward science fiction to a mix of military and political thrillers.

The Tuloriad (Posleen War: Sidestories, by John Ringo · Tom Kratman Books in the popular Carrera military science fiction series.

The Tuloriad (Posleen War: Sidestories, by John Ringo · Tom Kratman. Latest in the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series. The Direct Sequel to Yellow Eyes. The Enemy of My Enemy. Of the once innumerable battle clans of the Posleen only a handful survive. In the long war against terrorism, the US Government had taken on extraordinary powers. And now that the war was won, powerful forces in the government had no intention of relinquishing those powers. As in 1860, the country was on the verge of civil war. The Rods and the Axe. by Tom Kratman. Books in the popular Carrera military science fiction series.

In the dark days after the events in the book Gust Front, but before the primary invasion, the Chancellor of Germany faces a critical decision.

The Posleen are coming and the models all say the same thing: Without the Panama Canal, the US is doomed to starvation and defeat. Despite being overstretched preparing to defend the US, the military sends everything it has left: A handful of advanced Armored Combat Suits, rejuvenated veterans from the many decades that Panama was a virtual colony and three antiquated warships. In the dark days after the events in the book Gust Front, but before the primary invasion, the Chancellor of Germany faces a critical decision. Over the years, with military cutbacks, the store of experienced military personnel had simply dwindled.

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John Ringo is author of New York Times best-selling Posleen War series which so far includes A Hymn Before . Baen published his first novel, A State of Disobedience and his previous collaborations with John Ringo, Watch on the Rhine and Yellow Eyes.

John Ringo is author of New York Times best-selling Posleen War series which so far includes A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, and Hell's Faire, as well as the connected novels Cally's War, Sister Time and Honor of the Clan (with Julie Cochrane), The Hero (with Michael Z Williamson), and Watch on. the Rhine and Yellow Eyes (with Tom Kratman), and is the hottest new science fiction writer since David Weber.

First Time in Paperback. However, Ringo's Hell's Faire introduced us to Tulostenaloor, and Tom Kratman & Ringo's Yellow Eyes introduced Guanamarioch, and suddenly we find that Posleen may be smart and even sympathetic (poor Guano, he just wanted. In the current book, Kratman and Ringo's major plot explores the redemption of Tulo and his clan following their defeat.

First Time in Paperback. Latest in the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series. The Direct Sequel to Yellow Eyes. The Enemy of My Enemy . . . Of the once innumerable battle clans of the Posleen only a handful survive. And that on the sufferance of a group of despised Indowy and Himmit. Plucked from the maelstrom on Earth they are cast out into the eternal blackness of the stars with only a slightly insane Indowy and a computer virus to guide them. What follows is a trail of tears and remembrance as the Posleen retrace the footsteps of their ancestors in a search for their homeworld. A search to determine if the Posleen posess the one thing no Human would give them credit for: A soul. Returned to their beginnings, the question remains: Is there a new path for the Tular Posleen?

Comments: (7)

Enone
This was not my favorite book in the series, but it is a must read for anyone wanting a deeper dive into the Universe of the series. While there is some action, most of the book focuses on the Posleen's past, present, and potential futures, answering some long-held questions along the way. If you want pure action, this may not be a book for you, and if you are a bigot, this is definitely not a book for you as several 1-star reviews can attest.

Most of those 1-star reviews would have you believe the book is preaching and making a case for the existence of God, but it does no such thing. Indeed, it goes out of its way to point out how many opposing and contradictory beliefs we hold--and how utterly ridiculous any of them might seem to an alien race. Such an alien handily defeats every religious argument levied against him except for one, and that one argument was recognized by all in attendance as a sneaky and inconsequential nothing. Even the one who made it did not take it seriously and was merely happy to have a tiny victory in the conversation. If that is preaching then my name is Santa, and I have a workshop full of Darhel I would love to sell you.

There is one truly religious alien, and the book makes it clear that he is not so rational and does not quite get it. He is a minister for two denominations, and he picks and chooses what he wants to believe from each. He also believes the jungle is a living entity that sleeps and wants to kill him. In short, he's a joke.

The one credit the book gives to religion is the power of faith to motivate and steel men against hardship. And doesn't it? As a confident agnostic, I can honestly say that if I truly believed the creator of the universe wanted me to do something, I would be more motivated and resilient in seeing it done. If I believed in heaven, I would fear death less, too. Recognizing this is not preaching. It is a rational--and rather obvious--observation.

But some people do not want to be rational. They are so intolerant that the mere presence of opposing beliefs, un-mocked, terrifies them and stirs them to anger. It is for this reason that I encourage you to ignore any part of any review which focuses on religion, unless you are also so insecure. Other criticisms of the book are generally valid, but preaching? No. Far from it.
Small Black
This book doesn’t have the same appeal as the author’s previous works! The best part of this book was the author’s remarks at the end of the story. I was hoping for the renewal of book 11s tale rather than a side step that explains the ending fragment of 12. I am very disappointed in this ending to the series. Another book is necessary to give closure to the series!
Forcestalker
After 12 books and many months, is this end of the story? I know I will have to wait a little while before rereading the series. It was so good, I am not happy that I finished. I want the series to continue!
Bynelad
I liked this novel, I like most novels written by John Ringo and Tom Kratman. It was a good read but the things that kept bothering my were the thinly veiled standard characters that you would find in a juvenile Science Fiction novel of the last century. The spaceship with the female avatar that acts more like a bimbo than something very intelligent, powerful and part of a ship of the line, the teenager (even though he was an alien), the old battle weary commander that trying to lead his people to safety (Moses). The novel also had the feel that it was pushed out to quick. Still I like the book and recommend that people read it. It is a good John Ringo and Tom Kratman book but it is that I know what an excellent John Ringo and Tom Kratman book can be like and this is not it.
Darkshaper
An aside in Ringo's Posleen series, this book follows Posleen survivors of the war on earth - characters introduced in the fourth novel - on a quest to find their roots reaching across the galaxy, as well as that of a religious mission sent to try to save the survivors. The tone is more philosophical than other novels in the series, exploring a number of theological issues. It will be a more significant contribution to the series if Ringo ever completes a sequel to "Eye of the Storm."
ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
While this book held my attention. There were a few things I didn't get.
In this book we have Binastorian from yellow eyes. He threw his stick. Now in other books when a God King did that they went back to fighting. Or never said they couldn't. In this book, throwing ones stick means you can never fight again. That confused me.

But other than that it was a great read!
Mr Freeman
I have never read such an entertaining and detailed book. I have read all of the books in this group I think 11 titles. 4 main, 3 side 1 out another 3. I would put this in a class with the Frank Herbert Universe of Dune. I love authors coming together to fill a universe. I have never had such an awesome military and science fiction tie in as this. It has surpassed all expectations and continued to deliver for every book in the series.
Good book overall, flowed with the rest and I was very happy it filled in a couple of the story lines
The Tuloriad (Posleen War) download epub
Science Fiction
Author: John Ringo
ISBN: 143913409X
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Baen; Reprint edition (December 28, 2010)