Eye of the Storm (Posleen War #10) (Paperback)

By John Ringo

Baen, 9781439133620, 592pp.

Publication Date: May 25, 2010

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

First Time in Paperback.

A New York Times Best Seller—Latest in the Blockbuster Posleen War Series.

 

“Ringo’s lively action scenes and thorough knowledge of military subculture dynamics make enjoyable reading.” —Publishers Weekly

Beneath A Banner Burned . . .

            In an instant the world changed for Lieutenant General Michael O'Neal. His beloved Corps of the last remaining ACS destroyed beneath the guns of the Fleet, his staff shot before his eyes, arrested on the charge of war crimes, he faces a short, one-sided, trial, a trip to the Fleet Penal Facility and a bullet to the back of the head while trying to 'escape.'

             The Boundaries Blur

            General Tam Wesley faces trying one of the most beloved heroes in Federation, not to mention a friend of decades, on trumped up charges. He alternative is having the last corps of humans that haven't sold their souls to the Darhel be taken apart like a chicken. 

            Then he finds out the bad news...

            The Chaos Has Returned

            With a new invasion from a previously unknown race threatening the Federation capital, Darhel Tir Dal Ron faces his ultimate nightmare: He is going to have to reinstate the one man human soldiers trust, a man with the power and knowledge to destroy the Darhel oligarchy forever. And instead convince him, against all logic, to save the Darhel.

            Somebody is going to die. General Michael O'Neal, Supreme Commander, Federation Forces, just has to pick who.


About the Author

John Ringo is author of the New York Times best-selling series known by most as “The Posleen Wars” comprising A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, Hell’s Faire, plus the tangential novels Calley’s War, Sister Time, and Honor of the Clan (all with Julie Cochrane), and A Watch on the Rhine and Yellow Eyes (both with Tom Kratman). He also co-authored—with David Weber—March Upcountry, March to the Sea, March to the Stars and We Few in the best-selling Prince Roger series. He had visited 23 countries by the time he graduated high school. A veteran of the 82nd Airborne, he brings first-hand knowledge of military operations to his fiction.