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by John Ringo


Yellow Eyes (Posleen War) Mass Market Paperback – August 26, 2008.

Yellow Eyes (Posleen War) Mass Market Paperback – August 26, 2008. by. John Ringo (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. John Ringo (Author), Tom Kratman (Author). 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, and Hell’s Faire, as well as the connected novels Cally’s War and Sister Time (both with Julie Cochrane), The Hero (with Michael Z. Williamson), and Watch on the Rhine (with Tom Kratman), and.

John Ringo; Tom Kratman.

Yellow Eyes ( Legacy of the Aldenata - 8 ) John Ringo Tom Kratman The Posleen are coming and the models all say the .

Yellow Eyes ( Legacy of the Aldenata - 8 ) John Ringo Tom Kratman The Posleen are coming and the models all say the same thing: Without the Panama Canal, the US is doomed t. 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. Other than that, the Panamanians are on their own.

The Legacy of the Aldenata, also known as the Posleen War Series, is the fictional universe of one of John Ringo's military science fiction series. The central premise is that in 2001, humanity receives greetings from a highly advanced, peaceable Galactic Federation. However, all is not well, for a species of aggressive aliens known as the Posleen are attacking the Galactics. Since the Galactics are almost entirely unable to fight, they are appealing to the proven military abilities of humanity for aid.

Standalone novel set in the Posleen War series. Focuses on the defense of the icant Panama Canal from alien invaders

Standalone novel set in the Posleen War series. Focuses on the defense of the icant Panama Canal from alien invaders. What I found most interesting was a subplot about the introduction of AI technology into naval vessels.

Title: Yellow Eyes (Posleen War Series Author(s): John Ringo, Tom Kratman ISBN: 1-4165-2103-8 .

August 2008 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Latest in the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series. In the long war against terrorism, the US Government had taken on extraordinary powers

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.

The Posleen War Series, also known as The Legacy of the Aldenata, is a science fiction universe created by Military Science Fiction author John Ringo. The series started in the year 2000 with the publication of A Hymn Before Battle, set Twenty Minutes Into the Future. As you can imagine, it is now Alternate History.

John Ringo was born on March 22, 1963. After graduating high school, he joined the . He is a science fiction and military fiction author. Army and rose to the rank of Specialist Four as a member of the 82nd Airborne Division. His works include the Posleen War series, the Council War series, and the Troy Rising series. Tom Kratman, in 1974 at age seventeen, became a political refugee and defector from the PRM (People's Republic of Massachusetts) by virtue of joining the Regular Army.

Yellow Eyes Tom Kratman John Ringo . Stand Against the Posleen Horde! Earth invaded! The Posleen aggressors eating what population they don't outright vaporize! Now the aliens are closing in on a vital choke point for the humans: the Panama Canal. Multiple New York Times and USA Today best-seller John Ringo and Tom Kratman, collaborator with Ringo on the intriguing and controversial Watch on the Rhine, deliver another exciting entry in Ringo's hugely popular Posleen War series.

With the alien Posleen invaders advancing on the strategically important Panama Canal, the United States, overstretched as it prepares to defend the U.S. itself, sends a handful of advanced Armored Combat Suits, rejuvenated combat veterans, and three antiquated warships to assist the Panamanians in preventing the canal from falling into enemy hands.

Yellow Eyes (Posleen War Series #8) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1416521037

ISBN: 1416521038

Author: John Ringo

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Baen (April 3, 2007)

Pages: 624 pages

ePUB size: 1748 kb

FB2 size: 1483 kb

Rating: 4.9

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Risa
Of all the books in this series, this is my favorite. You'll see some of the best characters of the series begin here.

Honestly though, what got me was the setting and the people. They feel so damned real! I've never been to Panama, but I lived in the Philippines for a few years. The Philippines are a lot more Latin than they are Asian, and with the shared history of both Spanish and American influence the similarities between the Panama in the book and the Philippines that I know just clicked for me. Damned good book, I bought it 2 months ago and I've already read it twice.
Risa
Of all the books in this series, this is my favorite. You'll see some of the best characters of the series begin here.

Honestly though, what got me was the setting and the people. They feel so damned real! I've never been to Panama, but I lived in the Philippines for a few years. The Philippines are a lot more Latin than they are Asian, and with the shared history of both Spanish and American influence the similarities between the Panama in the book and the Philippines that I know just clicked for me. Damned good book, I bought it 2 months ago and I've already read it twice.
Porgisk
I am a woman who loves military science fiction and really enjoyed this book when I read it several years ago. I found out that a friend of several years had the same tastes which she had never admitted to anyone. I bought this as a gift for her. The most memorable characters are an intelligent ship whose avatar is a very sexy lady, and a Posleen godking who has the worst possible experiences in the jungles of Panama, It speaks well of John Ringo's writing that he makes the 'enemy' so likable. For those who have not read other books in the series the Posleen are omnivore invaders of Earth who think humans make a great main dish.

(Hint to writers and publishers women may be an unrecognized market.)
Porgisk
I am a woman who loves military science fiction and really enjoyed this book when I read it several years ago. I found out that a friend of several years had the same tastes which she had never admitted to anyone. I bought this as a gift for her. The most memorable characters are an intelligent ship whose avatar is a very sexy lady, and a Posleen godking who has the worst possible experiences in the jungles of Panama, It speaks well of John Ringo's writing that he makes the 'enemy' so likable. For those who have not read other books in the series the Posleen are omnivore invaders of Earth who think humans make a great main dish.

(Hint to writers and publishers women may be an unrecognized market.)
Dream
One of the better books in the series, this introduces a new suite of characters and takes the time to properly introduce them, and make you care about them a lot. Some of the new characters are extremely creative, but don't want to spoil it for you!

Overall, if you're reading through the series, do not skip this one!

I found this extremely refreshing - the locations, characters, scenarios and battles are just fantastic in this book. Lots is new here and it breathed life back into this for me. Possibly my fav in the series.
Dream
One of the better books in the series, this introduces a new suite of characters and takes the time to properly introduce them, and make you care about them a lot. Some of the new characters are extremely creative, but don't want to spoil it for you!

Overall, if you're reading through the series, do not skip this one!

I found this extremely refreshing - the locations, characters, scenarios and battles are just fantastic in this book. Lots is new here and it breathed life back into this for me. Possibly my fav in the series.
Felolune
This compilation by Ringo and Kratman shows how an already excellent story line can be made even better. It's possible! The Posties target Central and South America. Will they do better than Norte Americana? The authors interweave a diverse amount of plotlines that all come together to make another page turner. If you've read The watch on the Rhine already, this is another excellent compilation. If not, what are you waiting for, read this and get to the European front. The Posties suffer the most. The authors almost make you sympathetic for the Posties, but the humans suffer just as much. Read how the Darhel work in the background to hamper the humans. Read about the trials and tribulations of all the characters, from the jungles to the mountains, and to the sea. It's a late night page turner or better yet, make it a weekend, lock the doors, hang the 'do not disturb' sign read-a-thon. ONE of the best.
Felolune
This compilation by Ringo and Kratman shows how an already excellent story line can be made even better. It's possible! The Posties target Central and South America. Will they do better than Norte Americana? The authors interweave a diverse amount of plotlines that all come together to make another page turner. If you've read The watch on the Rhine already, this is another excellent compilation. If not, what are you waiting for, read this and get to the European front. The Posties suffer the most. The authors almost make you sympathetic for the Posties, but the humans suffer just as much. Read how the Darhel work in the background to hamper the humans. Read about the trials and tribulations of all the characters, from the jungles to the mountains, and to the sea. It's a late night page turner or better yet, make it a weekend, lock the doors, hang the 'do not disturb' sign read-a-thon. ONE of the best.
Jusari
Enjoyable read. Rereading series after finishing series a few years ago. Hope john does one more book in aldenata series
Jusari
Enjoyable read. Rereading series after finishing series a few years ago. Hope john does one more book in aldenata series
Conjulhala
Great action and some dark humor to boot. If you like military science fiction this book is up your alley. It also can be read as a stand alone book from the larger series it is part of. My younger nephews also liked it.
Conjulhala
Great action and some dark humor to boot. If you like military science fiction this book is up your alley. It also can be read as a stand alone book from the larger series it is part of. My younger nephews also liked it.
Kecq
Great ride as always with John Ringo on board. The AI aspect adds lots of fun to the read. Next!
Kecq
Great ride as always with John Ringo on board. The AI aspect adds lots of fun to the read. Next!
Loved this book and love anything John Dingo writes. I have all his books and loved them all! Lots of action and great character! development
Loved this book and love anything John Dingo writes. I have all his books and loved them all! Lots of action and great character! development