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In the Stormy Red Sky (RCN Series #7)

In the Stormy Red Sky (RCN Series #7)

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by David Drake

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1. David Drake is the Dean of military science fiction and author of the best-selling Hammer’s Slammers series. Many writers of military SF get their background from books, but Vietnam veteran Drake has been there and done that, giving his work an unmatched gritty realism.

2. His novels of the military exploits of the brilliant young RCN officer Daniel

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In the Stormy Red Sky 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The books in this series are clearly inspired by the Aubrey/Maturin novel of Patrick O'Brien, but David Drake brings his own unique talents to create a wonderful and ever-surprising series. If you like high adventure you will like this book.
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Va_Trucker More than 1 year ago
Daniel Leary's worth is finally noticed by The Cinnabar Navy, Adele Mundy continues to grow as a member of The Cinnabar navy. They begin a new adventure in a new, (relatively) larger, and more powerful warship. Their enemies haven't changed, but new things are afoot. David Drake continues to flesh out his characters, and I continue to consider this a story about my friends. I root for Daniel, and Adele, like they are my teammates. I would recommend that you start with the first book of the series, but that might be my own prejudices showing though. I have them all in hardcover, and have begun buying the paperbacks for the first reread.
Sandarbian More than 1 year ago
Cinnabar Forever! Another good one in the Leary Series.
ArlenRL More than 1 year ago
I've grown to like the characters over the course of the RCN series of books, although the universe and its technology have not resonated with me. I liked this volume quite a lot, and the principal reason was that it was somewhat more emotional than the earlier stories. You care for the two protagonists and in the back of your mind is the hope that one day they will fall in love and marry.
booker4911 More than 1 year ago
Captian Leary and Lady Mundy's adventures continue with lots of action on both land and space.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mkay" he padded awy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"C'mon." He meowed as he lead the way back to camp.