Winds of Vengeance (Crimson Worlds Refugees, #4)



Winds of Vengeance (Crimson Worlds Refugees, #4) Earth Two A New Home For The Survivors Of The Fleet, The Men And Women Who Battled Against Seemingly Insurmountable Odds To Survive The Assault Of The First Imperium And To Destroy The Homicidal Regent, The Artificial Intelligence Committed To Their Destruction They Have Prospered In The Years Since Their Arrival, Adapting The Technology Of The First Imperium To Build A New And Prosperous Republic But As The Fear Of The First Imperium Recedes, Cracks Have Begun To Appear, Conflicts Looming That Threaten To Destroy All They Have Worked To Achieve There Are Rivalries Between The Clones Known As Tanks And The NBs, Naturally Born Humans, Disputes Driven By Envy, Resentment And On The Fringe Of The New Society, The Enhanced Genetic Hybrids Known As Mules Are Feared By Both Groups, Though They Continue To Decipher First Imperium Technology For The Benefit Of All But There Is A Far Greater Threat Lurking In Deep Space, For The Regent Was One Of Two, And Its Copy Activated Automatically Upon Its Destruction It Has Been Planning, Exploring, Building Vast Fleets Of New Warships, And Now It Is Ready To Strike At A Divided Republic, To Accomplish What The Regent Failed To Do It Is Ruthlessly Single Minded, Existing For A Single Purpose And That Purpose Is Vengeance.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 285 pages
  • Winds of Vengeance (Crimson Worlds Refugees, #4)
  • Jay Allan
  • English
  • 10 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Winds of Vengeance (Crimson Worlds Refugees, #4)

  1. Jim says:

    With the defeat of the First Imperium Regent, the remaining survivors of Fleet Admiral Terrance Compton s fleet had thought they would at last be at peace They had settled on a beautiful world Earth Two that was once a safe haven for the Ancients The Ancients were the race of pre humans who were ultimately responsible for the First ...

  2. Michael says:

    Before you start this title, please realize it is a spinoff continuation of a much longer series by the author You need to read Marines Crimson Worlds I first, and all of the other books in that series, as well all of the titles in the Crimson Worlds Refugees series, or this episode won t make much sense with the background story and characters.If you were a fan of the Crimson Worlds series as well as the Crimson Worlds Refugees series, I believe you will like this new installment to the con Before you start this title, please realize it is a spinoff continuation of a much longer series by the author You need to read Marines Crimson Worlds I first, and all of the other books in that series, as well all of the titles in the Crimson Worlds Refugees series, or this episode won t make much sense with the background story and characters.If you were a fan of the Crimson Worlds series as well as the Crimson Worlds Refugees series, I believe you will like this new installment to...

  3. Ron Towery says:

    The Architects of Ignorance One of my favorite and scariest episodes of the 1963 sci fi series, The Outer Limits, was The Architects of Fear A group of elite scientists concluded that the nations of the world needed a common enemy to unite them and hopefully prevent a world war Well, those scientists created a biological enemy from space from one of their fellow ...

  4. Buckey Turk says:

    Another great read Jay does something most authors can t or won t His books are as rich in detail at the end of the book as they are at the beginning To do that in a long series is even rarer The other great thing is his refusal to use cliches and god leaps, i.e Then a miracle occurs to...

  5. CHRIS M MESKE says:

    A great story to continue on.I enjoyed the continued story line of the lost fleet, left behind in the Imperium realm You get to know all the new people of Earth II and feel the tension of the different factions as the fight among themselves But the true trouble is yet to be found

  6. Jim Kratzok says:

    Nice continuation So it s now 30 years since Earth 2 was colonized The normal birth population has been enhanced by adding tank grown clones and custom blend combinations of human and empirium DNA to create an advanced super race, not everything goes as planned.

  7. Mick Bird says:

    I am enjoying the continued story line of the people of Earth 2, that have been left behind the lines in the Imperium realm You get to know all the new people of Earth II and feel the tension of the different factions as the fight among themselves But the true trouble is yet to be found

  8. Scott Schad says:

    Good bookNice extension into a new series from Refugees Really looking forward to seeing where it goes I especially enjoyed the mule characters and hope they get expanded story lines in the next books.

  9. Michael Fraser says:

    Pass battonLeadership skills all contribute to a Ribbeting adventure Good to see the old leaders haven t lost their edge and lust for battle and command Great to the younger generation stepping up to cement their place in history by deeds and action.

  10. Jeri says:

    Great AdventureThe Refugees series is an awesome cotinuation of Crimson Worlds It s interesting to see the advances made using the technology of the old ones I really enjoyed the tip of the hat to Azimov, as well the mules.

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