Tag Archives: Military sf

Joel Dane’s Cry Pilot

Military SF has a long history and more than one tradition, complicated by the issues of patriotism and war. Some are in the business of glorifying one or both of these, others are dismissing one or both as folly. Joel … Continue reading

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Tanya Huff’s Peacekeeper: #1, An Ancient Peace; #2, A Peace Divided

Tanya Huff has started a new series, a spin-off of her Confederation novels, again featuring now former Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr leading a group of her former Marine comrades. Kerr may be out of the Marines, but she hasn’t left … Continue reading

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Glen Cook’s Passage at Arms

This edition of Glen Cook’s Passage at Arms is a reissue of one of his early science-fiction novels, first published in 1985. Those who know Cook from The Black Company or Garrett P.I. may be surprised to learn that he … Continue reading

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Glen Cook’s Stars’ End

Glen Cook brings his Starfishers Trilogy to a close with Stars’ End, tying up all the loose ends involving Masato Igarashi Storm, Moyshe benRabi, the Confederation Navy, the Sangaree, and the High Seiners, the Starfishers. Well, pretty much. This being … Continue reading

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Glen Cook’s Shadowline

Glen Cook dedicated Shadowline, the first volume of his Starfishers trilogy, to Richard Wagner. Yes, that Richard Wagner. Think Götterdämmerung. It’s hard to know where to start with this one. Let me give you a setting: the “now” is the … Continue reading

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