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East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Council Wars Series #4)
     

East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Council Wars Series #4)

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by John Ringo
 

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When the council that controlled the world-spanning computer Mother fell out in civil war, it plunged the world in an instant from high-tech utopia to medieval nightmare. Now Herzer Herrick and Megan Trevante have been assigned the mission to capture the spaceship that supplies the fuel for all of Earth. Given that Herzer vaguely thinks orbital decay is something

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East of the Sun, West of the Moon 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Without giving away any spoilers I will try to leave a decent review. After reading the first three books in this series I was excited to get on this one and boy, was I disappointed. It seems like somebody else wrote this one because it was so far from the others that it failed in continuity in so many areas. When I got to the end I was left with so many questions about what happened to so many characters that I immediately started looking to see if there was yet another book, but from what I see this was the last. So many characters left out, to numerous to mention, so what was their fate? What about the fate of the world afterward? I'm supposed to accept that ridiculous "imagine" fate in the epilogue on what few characters were mentioned? So many questions with no answers. there were two characters in particular, Bast and the rabbit, that I was anticipating them being expanded upon but was left flat. So, who really wrote this book?
Guest More than 1 year ago
This had to be one of the most disapointing books I have ever read. It sure seemed to me that the focus on this book was when Herzer and Megan would 'Do it' rather than the fate of world. I mean really, who cares? In way did we find out anything at the end of the story except sex happened. What happened with Mike and his new agriculture duties? What happened in certain area of New Destiny? Was Talbot around at the end of the story? What a terrible way to end such an epic story. Ringo, if you wrote this, I recommend you rewrite it and SELL us at leat a story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not the best of the Council Wars series, but the series is a must-read. It's just too bad he hasn't written the next book...I mean it's been 6 years.
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Akala More than 1 year ago
The prominent members of the cast are back, and the plot is a continuation of a series, but it's not exactly exciting reading, like in the previous books. All the good stuff takes place in the last quarter of this book, so you're going through fluff for quite a while. Still somewhat interesting, but without the spark. The previous books went through the military and civil growth of an isolated colony in a hostile world, and were a pleasure to read. The variety of characters and the ingenuity they displayed made for a non-stop page turner. Now that life isn't a constant look over the shoulder anymore, there's little to wrap a book around.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Ringo has written another exciting page-turner. He has blended fantasy, realism and science into a another captivating installment in Herzer Herrick's saga. I can't wait for the next one.
Stormdeath More than 1 year ago
I tend to read alot of books and nothing can be worse than buying a book reading a third of it and feeling like you have wasted your time and money. With John Ringo's Council of War series this is not an issue. One of my best reads this year.