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Admiral (David Birkenhead #7) By Now David Birkenhead Has All But Defeated The Boyen Emperor, Whose Strength Is But A Shadow Of What It Was Before The Battle Of Wilkes Prime His Fleet Has Been Shattered And With It His Dreams Of Conquest Yet The Emperor And His Court Fight Desperately On, And The Price Of Invading Imperious Prime Remains Too Terrible To Contemplate Is There Another, Less Bloody Way Of Ending The War Besides Invasion And If So What Will It Cost David Personally Should Anyone, Anywhere Be Expected To Pay Such A Price

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  • 119 pages
  • Admiral (David Birkenhead #7)
  • Phil Geusz
  • English
  • 14 September 2017

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10 thoughts on “Admiral (David Birkenhead #7)

  1. says:

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com this final book, David wages peace and reconciliation The Empire begins to heal.Yet, the personal issues that David s put aside may be the hardest to reconcile within himself Because he was part of a sort of eugenics program for a slave race, David is programmed only to love someone who would advance the positive traits for capital R Rabbits To the best of anyone s knowledge, that was just one Rabbit, Fried I registered a book at BookCrossing.com this final book, David wages peace and reconciliation The Empire begins to heal.Yet, the personal issues that David s put aside may be the hardest to reconcile within himself Because he was part of a sort of eugenics program for a slave race, David is programmed only to love someone who would advance the positive traits for capital R Rabbits To the best of anyone s knowledge, that was just one Rabbit, Frieda, who was lost when they were both children to the Imperials.Few people know this, so ju...

  2. says:

    This is the last of the books in The David Birkenhead Series Despite my hesitations early on with the gene modified rabbit stuff as a central plot element I have now read all the books, or in some cases short stories really, and enjoyed all but two of them Unfortunately one of the two I didn t enjoy was this one.I was hoping that this last book would be the grand finale but instead it sof a aftermath and not a very happy one at that Most of the book is spent moaning about the sacrifices This is the last of the books in The David Birkenhead Series Despite my hesitations early on with the gene modified rabbit stuff as a central plot element I have now read all the books, or in some cases short stories really, and enjoyed all but two of them Unfortunately one of the two I didn t enjoy was this one.I was hoping that this last book would be the grand finale but instead it sof a aftermath and not a very happy one at that Most of the book is spent moaning about the sacrifices to be made and how it s lonely at the top and how much David must sacrifice to perform his, now mostly political, duty Every so often the author harps about how...

  3. says:

    Those who loved the rest of the David Birkenhead series will want to read Admiral as well It does a good job of wrapping up all the lose ends, but the story itself just doesn t seem nearly as satisfying as the other books in the series The action is almost all taking place off stage IMO the story would have been improved if the point of view character switched so that we saw some of that action instead of just hearing the report on it when David hears the report Of course, David is already t Those who loved the rest of the David Birkenhead series will want to read Admiral as well It does a good job of wrapping up all the lose ends, but the story itself just doesn t seem nearly as satisfying as the other books in the series The action is almost all taking place off stage IMO the story would have been improved if the point of view character switched so that we saw some of that action instead of just hearing the report on it when David hears the report Of course, David i...

  4. says:

    Book 7, Admiral, finds David Birkenhead finishing the war in the same manner as he waged it with as little bloodshed as possible The book is a solid ending to the series.Again the sociological worldbuilding shines I wished every emancipation had leadership in place to educated and integrate the newly freed sentients into society It wasn t the case in Egypt, it wasn t the case in Rome and it sure wasn t the case in America.I think I will be rereading this series someday and hope the publishe Book 7, Admiral, finds David Birkenhead finishing the war in the same manner as he waged it with as little bloodshed as possible The book is a solid ending to the series.Again the sociological worldbuilding shines I wis...

  5. says:

    OK, the last book of the serie Besides social aspect, that bunnies are becoming equal to human, not too much other stuff inside The most boring part from serie I would say.

  6. says:

    I hated to see it end but it ended brilliantly As Marvel Comics used to day, Nuff Said.

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