Renegades (Expeditionary Force, #7)



The battle scarred star carrier Flying Dutchman is finally on her way back to Earth, after an exceptionally successful series of missions that have once again Saved The World The ship needs a serious refit, and her exhausted crew just wants a break from constant clandestine warfare against a vicious and superior enemy Wishes come true, right Not for the Merry Band of Pirates. Free Read [ Renegades (Expeditionary Force, #7) ] by [ Craig Alanson ] – firstchance10k.co.ukRenegades (Expeditionary Force, #7)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 518 pages
  • Renegades (Expeditionary Force, #7)
  • Craig Alanson
  • English
  • 12 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Renegades (Expeditionary Force, #7)

  1. says:

    Skippy the Magnificent insult machine Did I enjoy the book Mostly Do I still love the series Yeah I guess that s the bottom line, but man are the constant insults between Skippy and Joe getting tiresome It s probably not stretching to say that 50% of this book is nothing but Joe sitting around, trading insults with Skippy while trying to come up with a plan to accomplish the next impossible task for the MBOPs I would say that Skippy was bordering on unlikable in this one I don t know, may Skippy the Magnificent insult machine Did I enjoy the book Mostly Do I still love the series Yeah I guess that s the bottom line, but man are the constant insults between Skippy and Joe getting tiresome It s probably not stretching to say that 50% of this book is nothing but Joe sitting around, trading insults with Skippy while trying to come up with a plan to accomplish the next impossible task for the MBOPs I would say that Skippy was bordering on unlikable in this one I don t know, maybe fatigue is setting in after so many books of basically the same thing We re seven books into this series now and very little has been answered as far as the mystery of Skippy and the Elders The plot was the usual ExForce staple Impossible problems, ...

  2. says:

    First thing to mention, I m glad I don t have to read any almost complains about calibrating drive coils every time a bit of drama was required as a filler But this is kind of the only positive in this book.The banter between Skippy and Joe, although enjoyable in the past, now is excessive The solution solving Everything is arbitrary Everything can be done and undone Is full of contradictions to the point where I don t follow any the specifics of each problem Just say ab First thing to mention, I m glad ...

  3. says:

    Listened and read all of these books within a span of one year I first downloaded the audible of Columbus Day, after that, I couldn t get enough of the Expeditionary Force The writing, the humor, every...

  4. says:

    Holee D.Before you open this book, read the first 6 and maybe the novella To truly appreciate this piece you ll have to know the entire backstory, but once you do it ll be worth it So much happens and so many questions were answered that I can hardly see this series continuing except there are still 3 major questions, 4 if you include the end of book 6 left to be answered To stir a little bit of excitement, we ll finally get to see what happens when the MBOP goes up against those rotten kitti Holee D.Before you open this book, read the first 6 and maybe the novella To truly appreciate this piece you ll have to know the entire backstory, but once you do it ll be worth it So much happens and so many questions were answered that I can hardly see this series...

  5. says:

    Not as good I like the series but this one just isn t as good as the others Like three quarters is just brain storming ideas for proposed actions, the story itself is still good, the humor, characters, and development of the story arc are all still...

  6. says:

    Alanson has refreshed the series, injected new characters and situations, and gave a whole new dimension to the overarching storyline of the series The author is highly prolific in his writing with a new book coming out seemingly every six to 8 months The reader can definitely tell that there is an end game to where the series is going, but, keeps it so obscure that this series can go in so many different ways That being said, it would be nice if the author could push into new boundaries with Alanson has refreshed the series, injected new characters and situations, and gave a whole new dimension to the overarching storyline of the series The author is highly prolific in his writing with a new book coming out seemingly every six to 8 months The reader can definitely tell that there is an end game to where the series is going, but, keeps it so obscure that this series can go in so many different ways That being said, it would be nice if the author could push into new boundaries with the two main protagonists There is only so much juvenile humor and cut downs that can be written before it starts getting stale It would be interesting to see w...

  7. says:

    Cracking Military Sci Fi I ve read all the previous books in this series, AND apart from this one have listened to RC Bray s audio versions, so I can validly admit to being a bit of a fan Oddly I m not usually that fond of military Sci Fi, and various other stories I read in this genre have been genre ly pun intended sorry underwhelming Although the central character in the books is shades of SG1 a Colone...

  8. says:

    Wow, what an ending I have been captivated by Craig s books right from the start, and they are very hard to put down The previous couple of books were a slightly different style but still very enjoyable But this one is back to the feel of the original series and is great Somehow Craig s writing style is both very detailed and readable, so it is slower going than other SF writers because I want to read it all without skimming sections Most of all I am impressed with how a lot of loose ends Wow, what an ending I have been captivated by Craig s books right from the start, and they are very hard to put down The previous couple of books were a slightly different style but still very enjoyable But this one is back to the feel of the original series and is great Somehow Craig s writing style is both very detailed and readable, so it is slower going than other SF writers because I want to read it all without skimming sections Most of all I am impressed wi...

  9. says:

    Robert s Review Skippy is so awesomeLOL, I was rolling on this it was great you could do it with a skeleton crew But hey, seriously, how about getting Bishop a bump in pay, spruce up the Dutchmen with some upgrades and work out a plan for an Earth fleet Skippy could play the part of Baron Von Steuben to an Earther typecast Washington Cause you know with all those Elder wormholes laying around, someone is going just drop in for a visit Also there is still that nagging mystery of the genoci Robert s Review Skippy is so awesomeLOL, I was rolling on this it was great you could do it with a...

  10. says:

    Clever and FunnyRenegades was another enjoyable book in the ExForce series I listened to the other books in the series on Audible, as I couldn t wait for the audiobook version which comes out in late March Mr Alanson made me smile with the constant witty banter between the main characters and the obnoxious AI that helps them survive increasingly terrible odds against humanity s galactic enemies My only criticism of the book is that there are numerous spelling errors throughout the book As a Clever and FunnyRenegades was another enjoyable book in the ExForce series I listened to the other books in the series on Audible, as I couldn t wait for the audiobook version which comes out in late March Mr Alanson made me smile with the constant witty banter between the main characters and the obnoxious AI that helps them survive increasingly terrible odds against humanity s galactic enemies My only criticism of the book is that there are numerous spelling errors throughout th...

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