Garrett Heskan and his Brevic officers have taken sixteen incarcerated pilots. The move was not only to save the aviators from their own government, it was the first step in a bold plan to keep Heskan's promise to Isabella Lombardi and her captured Hollaran crew. Secretary Brewer and his Internal Security agents believe Jack Truesworth is the ringleader of the Brevic renegGarrett Heskan and his Brevic officers have taken sixteen incarcerated pilots. The move was not only to save the aviators from their own government, it was the first step in a bold plan to keep Heskan's promise to Isabella Lombardi and her captured Hollaran crew. Secretary Brewer and his Internal Security agents believe Jack Truesworth is the ringleader of the Brevic renegades, bent on revenge against Bree and Hollara alike. As agents try to locate the escapees, Heskan plays a dangerous game from inside Brewer's circle, attempting to move Lombardi closer to freedom. Securing Lombardi's future is only half the responsibility that Commander Heskan has shouldered. Should Vernay, Selvaggio, Truesworth and the rest of his crew survive their run, they will need a safe haven outside the Republic. The Hollaran Commonwealth, Solarian Federation, and a myriad of corporate systems are among the options, but what is the best future for a wanted crew of Brevic military veterans who can never return home? Heskan owes his loyal followers that answer. Loyalty to the Cause is Book 4 in the This Corner of the Universe series, continuing the story of Garrett Heskan and the original crew of Anelace....
|Title||:||Loyalty to the Cause|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Number of Pages||:||364 Pages|
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Loyalty to the Cause Reviews
Four and a half stars! What a terrific book! I had a very hard time putting this book down, especially the second half. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was that it jumped right in after the third book and while the story could mostly stand on its own you really need to have read book three in the series to fully appreciate all that is happening.The characters seem to have more depth and dimension and even the villains have personality. This almost feels like a different author than the earlier works. The only reason I know that this is still Ringel writing; is the intense and thoroughly choreographed battle scenes. Ringel avoids his earlier 'shock waves in space' but keeps everything else. No one I have read seems to have a feel for how relativity would effect battles in space like Ringel (Jay Allan comes closest but he generally sticks to fleet actions and not 'knife fights'). This book has intrigue, drama, and lots of action. It also has the characters to pull it all together.
3.5 stars. Another good book in the series. The story took a turn that was completely unexpected and I look forward to seeing where the final chapter will take us.
LoyaltyThis book was fantastic. It was a riveting story which kept getting more intense as it progressed. I loved it. Kudos to the author.