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Acked space opera told against a backdrop of interstellar drone warfare virtual reality and an AI revolution In deep space ruthless corporations vie for control of scattered mining colonies and war is an ever present threatLed by Seba a newly sentient mining reboot an AI revolution grows Fighting them is Carlos a grunt who is reincarnated over and over again to keep

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Orphan's Alliance Jason Wander #4The freeboots in check But he's not sure whether he's on the right sideAgainst a backdrop of interstellar drone combat Carlos and Seba must either find a way to rise above the games their masters are playing or die And even dying might not be the end of it The Corporation Wars The Corporation Wars Dissidence The Corporation Wars Insurgence The Corporation Wars Emergenc

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  • Phil

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4The fourth installment in the Jason Wander series felt like a place holder in the series than anything else We finished the last volume with the clans on Bren defeating the slugs there; we start here on another human occupied world that is engaged in civil war Jason acting as an advisor once again with some help from Old Earth tech ends the war there but the peace that ensues is fragile to say the least Meanwhile the 'mousetrap' is discovered basically a nexus of wormholes that allows humans to go to all 14 human planets in just one jump While we know of the 14 planets all seeded if you will by humans via the slugs 30000 years ago we learn little about them with Buettner only really developing the one with the civil war and Bren to an extentSo from the beginning we know the slugs wi


  • Neil

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4I am not sure how I 'feel' about this book Despite the short chapters and it being less than three hundred pages long it still felt like it moved slow Maybe that is because there is a lot that happens in this book Jason and Co bounce around a lot in this book; I suppose it was kind of like the first book but not really The second and third books felt focused than this one did to be honest The character development is so so in this book; Jason still has his 'issues' with self doubt and not uite insecurity but something pretty close to it I do not remember Howard appearing enough in this book to make much of an impression to be honest Well other than his usual stupid genius doofus self I guess I really do not like his character Sergeant Major Ord is still around which is great I still love his character I believe this book takes plac


  • James Cox

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Very good read Great world building I loved the sci fi and the battles


  • Jillian Cori lippert

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4The writing is good and I'm already invested in the series I don't know why but this book didn't really grab me It took me 11 days to read it so obviously it wasn't a can't put it down book I did start working from home so wasn't reading at lunch but that's only about 20 minday cut out The next book is the last so I will finish the series I'm already looking forward to my next book after that though


  • Mike Klein

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Good but maybe getting a little tiredUltimately the problem of any continuing series with a particular hero is that that hero ends are becoming and like superman virtually unstoppable except for 1 flaw The series is still good space opera However it's good this is the last book for a while Because it is become a little repetitive


  • Thefirstidiot

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Originally read Mar 2013


  • Rowena Tylden-Pattenson

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Alright kind of the same as previous books hopped around a bit and a fair bit of politiking in certain points The rescue bit at the end was pretty fun though


  • Soho_Black

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Chris Bunch was the first to make the sci fi space army genre his own but Robert Buettner is certainly following close behind Whilst I've always preferred Bunch's work over Buettner's that by no means makes Buettner a bad writer and his work has always been enjoyable Once again Buettner has included much of what makes his work so much fun to readIn Orphan's Alliance the fourth in the series Jason Wander has finally had enough of trolling around the galaxy fighting mankind's old enemy the Slugs Having watched and helped the Tressen army win a war against the Iridians on one of Earth's new outposts he's decided he wants to spend some time


  • Nick Cato

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4Jason Wander has come a long way since earth was attacked by skyscraper sized projectiles back in ORPHANAGE the 1st book of this series We've seen him go from a typical teenager to the commander of the military; he's fought and conuered countless Slugs and has dealt with politics that would make the Bush administration blushNow in Buettner's 4th installment Earth's Army joins forces with humans from two other planets in an attempt to stop another slug invasion this time on a barren rock planet code named 'Mousetrap' By figuring out how to jump through black hole like folds in space the humans are finally able to nearly keep up with the uick travel tactics of the Slugs And the possession of Mousetrap is crucial in deciding how far the Slug war will goAs with the first 3 bo


  • J.C.

    kindle  Orphan's AlliancePaperbackread Ø robert buettner Orphan's Alliance , Jason Wander, #4The Price of War; The Price of HumanityAfter establishing an uneasy alliance with other human colonies on earth like wars in the previous installment ORPHAN'S JOURNEY