Berserker Blue Death

Berserker Blue Death

by Fred Saberhagen

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BN ID: 2940148457657
Publisher: JSS Literary Productions
Publication date: 07/31/2013
Series: Saberhagen's Berserker series , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 282
Sales rank: 1,086,937
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Fred Saberhagen is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. He is best known for his Berserker, Swords, and Dracula series. Less known are the myth-based fantasies Books of the Gods. Fred also authored a number of non-series fantasy and science fiction novels and a great number of short stories. For more information on Fred visit his website:

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Berserker Blue Death 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Homechicken on LibraryThing 24 days ago
This book, another of Saberhagen¿s Berserker series, was pretty good. It stuck very well to the main plot and seldom wavered. In a nutshell, it¿s about a starship captain who loses his family to a specific berserker they call Leviathan. When Leviathan launches an attack against a neighboring planet, he goes to their defense. Unfortunately the berserker finished off the colony, then heads to his home planet before he knows what¿s going on, and the berserker kills everyone there, as well as his only surviving daughter. The rest of his life is dedicated to the destruction of Leviathan and avenging his daughter¿s recent death as well as that of his young family. He assembles a crew and meets a new life form that helps him hunt the berserker down. It ended well, with vengeance for all who deserved to get it in the end.
melydia on LibraryThing 27 days ago
I enjoyed this one. It's a series of interconnected short stories about mankind's fight against supremely powerful ancient machines with only one purpose: to destroy all life in the universe. Despite the relatively cliche premise, the stories are interesting and decidedly different from many war-in-space tales. I doubt I'll search out the rest of the series, but I would recommend this one to fans of hard SF.