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by Jack Campbell,John G. Hemry

eBook Stark's Crusade (Stark's War, Book 3) epub
  • ISBN: 0441009158
  • Author: Jack Campbell,John G. Hemry
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ace; First Printing edition (February 26, 2002)
  • ePUB size: 1486 kb
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Book in the Stark's War Series). by John G. Hemry and Jack Campbell. A good friend loaned me the book.

Book in the Stark's War Series). I ended up being pleasantly surprised. This is the third and final book in a series about some Americans up on the moon. Stark leads the military and is working with American colonists.

Stark has no intention of compromising his honor, even in the face of. .He is the author of the Paul Sinclair series and the Stark’s War series.

Stark has no intention of compromising his honor, even in the face of impossible odds. He and his soldiers have no desire to fight American forces, but they are willing to pay any price to defend the rights of the colonists they were sent to protect. He lives with his indomitable wife and three children in Maryland.

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He swore to protect and serve. Now he has to choose between them. Michael G. Thomas.

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Sergeant Stark is an unforgettable character. I am a fan of "Jack Campbell" series and now John G. Henry writing under his own name. reads as if Hemry has been there. Jack Campbell (or John G Hemry which is his actual name) spins another space opera, this time on the moon, in this the third book in the Starks War trilogy (the others being Stark's War and Stark's Command). Stark is the commander on the moon although he still reports to the senior civilian position. The USA on Earth appears adamant that they retake the Moon base and keep sending more sophisticated deployments to do that.

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From Jack Campbell, author of the bestselling The Lost Fleet series, comes Stark's Command, the second novel in the gripping Stark's War trilogy. Sergeant Ethan Stark is placed in command of the US military forces that have overthrown their high-ranking officers.

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HE SWORE TO PROTECT AND SERVE. NOW HE HAS TO CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.When the American Lunar colony was threatened, he served his country in battle. But when high ranking officers betrayed him and his soldiers, he had only one choice—rebellion. Now Sergeant Ethan Stark is in charge of a rebel organization he never intended to create, and the United States has just joined forces with its former enemy to insure his destruction.

 

Stark has no intention of compromising his honor, even in the face of impossible odds. He and his soldiers have no desire to fight American forces, but they are willing to pay any price to defend the rights of the colonists they were sent to protect. Now Stark and his soldiers must fend off deadly aggression from their own country without igniting a full scale civil war.

Comments: (7)
Bajinn
When I started to read this series, I expected to sit down to a good adventure. However, it turned out to be more than just that. It turned out to be a book that should be on a mandatory reading list for ALL soldiers and Politicians in the United States. I served this country during the Vietnam War,and this book has given me that feeling of pride that is sometimes lost to me when I look at the political condition of this country today. I can only pray that there are still people and men and women of the Military that have not forgotten the why of our Constitution and the meaning of America. It is good to see that Mr. Hemry has not forgotten. Anthony Fisher, June 13th 2017
Felhann
The final `book' has problems as does this specific author/publishers `trilogy' notion. This 'Trilogy' is a single book size story. I don't `hate' it. I just really wanted it to be better and I can see it could have been better.

From book 1, Hemry develops an interesting plot, scene and characters in just a few pages. That's why all 3 books should have been 1 as they're independently too short to stand alone. Hemry left book #1 with Stark as a mutineer in `firm control'. By the 100 page mark of the 3rd installment, the narrative is seriously losing the `moving forward' drive demanded for space opera. There are some silly genre screw-ups that genre readers notice way before Hemry's Stark and his characters. How can the mutineers have overlooked protecting the power generator? How can you not notice the dual purposing of the stations most powerful weapon? O2 conversion by the fusion generator is a plot underlying priority #1 in the first book, the weapon was introduced in book 1 ... the genre reader knows this stuff immediately. Protect the generator! Book one provides a dozen clues about the generator. The characters don't get it. Did the author not get it long ago on Hoth?

The dialogue here is broken and messes with the action. Stark is headed to sick bay to check the wounded and he's delayed by trivial romantic `you can do it!' cheerleading then more diversions ... then the author sticks in a chapter break. Then we restart with more mundane dialogue to divert and Stark still hasn't made it to sick bay 10 pages later. The sub-plotted `corporals and privates' mutiny is just silly at too many levels.

There are lots of space opera novel-craft errors here. The 'trilogy' is very nearly a mess.
Enditaling
Jack Campbell (or John G Hemry which is his actual name) spins another space opera, this time on the moon, in this the third book in the Starks War trilogy (the others being Stark's War and Stark's Command).

Stark is the commander on the moon although he still reports to the senior civilian position. The USA on Earth appears adamant that they retake the Moon base and keep sending more sophisticated deployments to do that. The latest being autonomous "robot" like creations.

Can Stark defeat someone without a soul ?

Can the Moon base be successfully defended if the USA on Earth sends all their resources ?

What about the unrest on Earth with what is happening there ?

Campbell wraps up this trilogy in eminent fashion.

Well developed characters. Nicely evolving story line. Well worth the time to read.

RECOMMENDED series and author.
Vital Beast
This was a very enjoyable read. SGT. Stark is a mostly realistic character who has a strong commitment to the men(and women) of his platoon and a healthy disrespect of the politically controlled Officer Corps that have become essentially separated from the soldiers and command mostly by remote but suffocating remote video communication. The dysfunctional state of the military is a believable evolution of the current military command structure, as is the state of world politics that has now come to a head on the Moon where the various geopolitical forces decide to go to war with each other over the Moon's resources. I don't want to ruin the book's or the series plot any further so I will stop. But, I enjoyed the entire series. I am a fan of "Jack Campbell" series and now John G. Henry writing under his own name.
Raelin
This is an interesting 3 book series, but don't try to read them out of order. It really seems to be one long book about the US Army protecting an American Moon colony that came into being after other countries had started Moon colonies because there was no place left to go on Earth. The other countries did not welcome the competition after having been beat out of everything on Earth. Sgt Stark is an interesting character and is a hero for his time and place. But there is too much isolation of the soldiers from the civilians and too much corporate greed ("We want everything and we will have everything and you will defend it for us!) for me. This feels more like a Vietnam era look at the Army - but who knows? Now that corporations can spend enough to elect whatever politicians they wish - this may become our future. I still wonder what the Supreme Court was thinking about that day!?!
Whitecaster
Good conclusion to the series. The whole series is an interesting warning of a future if we don't take control and get involved in civic life. It is a future where corporate influence and money buys everything, but in the end is dependent on the apathy of voters and their ability to go along so long as their immediate interests are not at stake. And a story about the danger of blind obedience to orders. But also a story about how loyalty and belief can transcend.
Ffel
The cap in the trilogy that started with a greedy corporate America having conquered the world with economic might and supported by ordinary men and women forgets that the 1 thing they can't really fight is themselves. From the first book to this one the reason to fight, the tactics, the strategies, and the technologies explained both real and in the realm of science-fiction all make sense within the context of the story. This is about 1 man's crusade to change America and the world and he does by fighting FOR and AGAINST the United States of America on the moon.
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