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Over 200,000 copies of the Slaver Wars Series have been sold.Fleet Admiral Streth has left Rear Admiral Jeremy Strong the difficult task of holding the system of Careth until he can return with a relief fleet Jeremy is facing impossible odds as the Hocklyns and AIs gather a massive force to crush his fleet and the defenses he has put in place around the bears home planet Cut off from the Federation, Jeremy and his people have no idea whether the Federation still exists or if the Hocklyns and the AIs have destroyed it.In the Federation, Admiral Streth is being forced to play a game of politics to get a relief fleet approved His biggest fear is that he won t arrive back at Careth in time to save Admiral Strong He knows that time is running out and he might be forced to take some desperate measures....

Title : The Slaver Wars: Galactic Conflict (English Edition)
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Format Type : Other Book
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Raymond L Weil Publications Auflage 2 27 Juni 2014
Number of Pages : 480 Pages
File Size : 871 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Slaver Wars: Galactic Conflict (English Edition) Reviews

    2019-05-14 16:43

    Excellent book a real page turner. The whole series is great. Highly recommended. Keep writing Raymond can't wait until your next book in this series.

  • Dr. Federschmidt, Clemens
    2019-05-20 14:46

    The whole series is fantastic!This is one of the best space operas ever written.I also recommend the other books of this great author.

  • starbooksIH
    2019-04-25 20:00

    Too much repeating storylines, no real surprises. Remember, the battle for New Tellus in the last book left me breathless, wow being the only word left to describe it. And now this uninspirered plot. I really hope he does come back to previous form when writing the next book.And that cover was really bad. Sorry.

  • Don Viecelli
    2019-05-19 12:47

    From My Goodreads Review Number 132:This review is on The Slaver Wars: Galactic Conflict, which is Book 6 of The Slaver Wars series by Raymond L. Weil.This book starts with four hundred reptilian Hocklyn Federation warships and four Master AI ships waiting for even more warships to attack Rear Admiral Jeremy Strong’s Human Federation warships guarding the Carethian System. The Human Federation warships are greatly outnumbered and hope for reinforcements to help them before it is too late.The battle for Careth is intense and defeat is almost certain but Admiral Strong is a brilliant commander and finds a way to save his fleet and Careth from the repeated Hocklyn attacks.More detail is given in this story on the Hocklyn War leadership and its relationship with the Master AIs supporting them. The Hocklyn have a great empire and want to completely destroy the Human Federation, but they need the Master AIs to back them up.The Human Federation is supported by the Alton race who gives them superior weapons and ships to fight the Hocklyn and the AIs. The tide of war begins to turn in Human favor.Everything comes down to a final battle for Careth with the odds greatly in favor of the Hocklyn and AI attackers. If the Human Federation loses, all Human and Federation worlds will be lost. To make matters worse the Master AIs are working on a new weapon that could destroy all life in the galaxy.I give this book Four Stars because the story is full of non-stop action and concludes with a thrilling space battle. It is one of the most intense and best written space battle scenes I have read in Military Science Fiction stories. This story ends with the knowledge that the Human Federation must find and destroy the new doomsday weapon being built by the terrifying Master AIs at the center of the galaxy. I look forward to reading the next and possibly final Book 7, which may end this exciting series.Keep reading good science fiction and let me know when you find an interesting novel or author.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-05-21 20:51

    This book has some serious fleet action in it. It is really my type of book. I loved it. Actually, that has been true for all of the books in this series. This book takes off pretty much from where the previous one ended and, as you can see from the book blurb the Hocklyns and the AI’s are about to strike back and re-conquer Careth, or at least that is what they plan to do.Almost the entirety of the book is about the defence of Careth. However, that is not really as “limited” as it sounds since the ramifications of this major battle are far-reaching indeed and the shape and goals of the conflict will change rather substantially due to the outcome. As in the previous book we are given a glimpse of the enemy side as well and the relationships between the humans and the Altons also develop a bit. The Altons make a rather ghastly discovery which makes the human struggle all the more important. I have to say that the nature of this discovery was not exactly a surprise though since it has been rather obvious to me what the AI’s were up to since some time. The Hocklyns also have some surprises in store for the human defenders although here as well it was fairly unsurprising what one of the Hocklyn leaders have been up to.I only have two minor gripes with the book (small spoiler ahead). The ease by which the AI’s magically planted a virus in Ariel felt a bit to far-fetched to me. Actually, maybe three gripes because I cannot understand why they never attempt to make more AI’s given how effective they are combatting the enemy. I also have a problem with the timeframe. I have to admit that I have not gone back and really made a proper calculation but I just feel that, when adding up all the times mentioned for repairs, preparations not to mention the “Six Months Later” chapter at the end, then the time to completion that was mentioned of the nasty AI’s “little project” at the core of the galaxy have already expired.This a minor gripes though. As I wrote above, I really loved this book. The writing is quite good. The characters are good. The space combat is really good and plentiful. The book advances the story quite a lot and, as far as I understand it, we are arriving at the conclusion of the story arc with the next book in the series. I am eagerly looking forward to this. Well not that the book series ends of course but the rest of the story.

  • Michael Gallagher
    2019-05-20 17:49

    Please note this is the fifth installment of a longer series: if you haven’t read the first three books, this one won’t make much sense to you. If you enjoy a good science fiction series with a military bent, I would highly recommend this series and reading it in chronological order vs. series numerical order as follows:The action picks up right where it left off in the last installment and I am hooked – I thought this one was the best by far and I have seen the author grow as a writer. The technology is something you can wrap your arms around, and you really get into the head of his characters and it makes you feel as if you are right there in the middle of the action. I originally picked this up for $3.99 and I certainly received more than $3.99 worth of entertainment value and read each of these titles as fast as I could – I’m ready to read more from Mr. Weil.