The Parafaith War

The Parafaith War

by L. E. Modesitt Jr.
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Overview

The Parafaith War by L. E. Modesitt Jr.

Some bad ideas go back a long way and this one goes all the way back to the original home planet: Someone's god told them they had a right to more territory--so they figure they can take what they want by divine right. In the far future among the colonized worlds of the galaxy there's a war going on between the majority of civilized worlds and a colonial theocracy.

Trystin Desoll grows up fighting against religious fanatics and becomes a hero, a first-class pilot, then, amazingly, a spy.

What do you do if you're a relatively humane soldier fighting millions of suicidal volunteers on the other side who know that they are utterly right and you are utterly wrong, with no middle ground?

Trystin Desoll has an idea.

Other Series by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
The Saga of Recluce
The Imager Portfolio
The Corean Chronicles
The Spellsong Cycle
The Ghost Books
The Ecolitan Matter
The Forever Hero
Timegod's World

Other Books
The Green Progression
Hammer of Darkness
The Parafaith War
Adiamante
Gravity Dreams
The Octagonal Raven
Archform: Beauty
The Ethos Effect
Flash
The Eternity Artifact
The Elysium Commission
Viewpoints Critical
Haze
Empress of Eternity
The One-Eyed Man
Solar Express

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429995450
Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
Publication date: 04/01/2010
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 197,893
File size: 687 KB

About the Author

L. E. Modesitt, Jr. was born in Denver, CO in 1943. In the years since, he has been a delivery boy; a lifeguard; an unpaid radio disc jockey; a U.S. Navy pilot; a market research analyst; a real estate agent; director of research for a political campaign; legislative assistant and staff director for a U.S. Congressman; Director of Legislation and Congressional Relations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; a consultant on environmental, regulatory, and communications issues; a college lecturer and writer in residence; and unpaid treasurer of a civic music arts association. In addition to his novels -- most notably the Recluce saga, Spellsong series and Corean Chronicles -- Mr. Modesitt has published technical studies and articles (generally with boring titles), columns, poetry, and a number of science fiction stories. He and his wife, a lyric soprano, make their home in Cedar City, UT.


L. E. Modesitt, Jr., is the bestselling author of the fantasy series The Saga of Recluce, Corean Chronicles, and the Imager Portfolio. His science fiction includes Adiamante, the Ecolitan novels, the Forever Hero Trilogy, and Archform: Beauty. Besides a writer, Modesitt has been a U.S. Navy pilot, a director of research for a political campaign, legislative assistant and staff director for a U.S. Congressman, Director of Legislation and Congressional Relations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a consultant on environmental, regulatory, and communications issues, and a college lecturer. He lives in Cedar City, Utah.

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The Parafaith War 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great characters and tense action against a space opera where politics, ethics, morality, and Romance combine for a tight , intricate story.
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RStewart More than 1 year ago
The story was ok, but I was surprised to find that the evil alien invaders are a caricature of Mormons and Mormon missionaries - Even the alien place names are similar to cities in Utah. As a Mormon myself, I found the book kind of funny, but I had to overlook a lot of negative stereotyping. Other than the personal interest the book was average sci-fi.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this when i was like ten but I remember loving it in the end. I do remember that there were some extremely boring parts where i trudged through page after page after page(I guess thats where my lack of age came into play). However when there is a good part it was easy to read 50 pages. Simply put it was great!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The aurthor has worked out the kinks and has a realy action packed book. It is one of those books that you cant put down until your eyes heart. I highly recomend it to all sci-fi lovers.