☆ The Judas Solution ☆ Timothy Zahn ☆ The Judas Solution ☆ Timothy Zahn - The Judas Solution, The Judas Solution Damon Lathe Allen Caine and the Blackcollar drug enhanced combat team want to infiltrate a Ryqril conquered colony a tactical center where the whole sector s military data flows through against the

  • Title: The Judas Solution
  • Author: Timothy Zahn
  • ISBN: 9781416520658
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ The Judas Solution ☆ Timothy Zahn, The Judas Solution, Timothy Zahn, The Judas Solution Damon Lathe Allen Caine and the Blackcollar drug enhanced combat team want to infiltrate a Ryqril conquered colony a tactical center where the whole sector s military data flows through against the Chryselli But Ryqruil Prefect Jamus Galway of Plinry has a clone duplicate of Allen ready

The Judas Solution

☆ The Judas Solution ☆ Timothy Zahn ☆ The Judas Solution ☆ Timothy Zahn - The Judas Solution, The Judas Solution Damon Lathe Allen Caine and the Blackcollar drug enhanced combat team want to infiltrate a Ryqril conquered colony a tactical center where the whole sector s military data flows through against the The Judas Solution

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  1. I find that I cannot provide an honest review of Timothy Zahn s books I unconditionally love everything he writes Some of it is better than others but I find even when I start to notice things that would have driven me crazy in other authors I don t mind it so much.If you haven t read Timothy Zahn s Blackcollar books you are missing out on some great stories These books don t have the strong, unforgettable characters that his Star Wars books did, nor do they have the moral lessons that the Drago [...]


  2. Having conquered the humans of the Terran Democratic Empire, the Ryquil turned their attention to the Chryselli, an alien race that stayed out of the Ryquil TDE war because they needed time to prepare their own defenses They put that time to good use, and they re holding their own Now the Chryselli want help from the space ninjas the Ryquil are setting up a brand new tactical coordination center a little too close to Chryselli territory for comfort They want it taken out In the first space ninja [...]


  3. The final book of the Blackcollar trilogy feels rushed and sloppy If nothing else it could have been shorter Not to say that it s long It s just that the conclusion, when we get to it, feels like something that should have been obvious from the last book spoilers here if you haven t read the The Backlash Mission the existence of a drug that completely undoes the alien loyalty conditioning should effectively be the end of their occupation of human space Just the existence of such a drug makes eve [...]


  4. Twenty years after The Backlash Mission , publishing rights and the stars aligned, and Zahn was finally able to finish the story of the Blackcollars This is an interesting book, as the first two in the now trilogy were written before the words Star Wars had ever graced a book of his Blackcollar itself was in fact his first ever full length published novel Naturally, this uncommon situation leaves some room for worry will the series feel the same will there be a drastic change in style what about [...]


  5. Well finally finished book 3 and it is a five star story except for the try at Alien speach It slowwed down the story and dumbed down the concorers of earth Zahn tries to exspalain why no human translaters, but with the mind control they suposidly have I don t believe it Also I still believe we will have computer speach if nothing else by that time so we should be able to understand the enemy when they talk to us as eisily as we understand humans on other planets who have not had comunications i [...]


  6. This book series just gets better as it goes along I previously complained that the first book had no truly surprising twists, and the characters seemed identical The last two books do a better job delivering the surprises, and while the supporting cast is still difficult to tell apart at times, the major players are much distinguishable The action is also interesting, and the plans from heroes and villains alike are creative and enjoyable to watch unfold However, sometimes they re a little T [...]


  7. Blackcollar the Judas Solution 2006 462 pages by Timothy ZahnThe Plinry blackcollars go on two concurrent missions, Lathe, Mordecai, Spadafora and Caine go to Khala to try to infiltrate a Ryq base there Meanwhile Skyler and his group come to Earth Jensen and Flynn get separated from Skyler when Flynn s parachute fails to deploy.Thirty years ago the Ryqril invaded the TDE Terran Empire and pretty much conquered it They have a process called loyalty conditioning that they used on the leaders of al [...]


  8. The conclusion of the Blackcollar series does not disappoint Fast paced, excellent action from the space ninjas and friends Plenty of intrigue to keep it interesting This book follows four different blackcollar operations at the same time, plus the respective counter operations for the most part this is handled well, but poor characterization sometimes makes it hard to remember which mission the blackcollars are on when the scene switches.This is the third novel in the trilogy, and bits have sta [...]


  9. A great finish to a great trilogy By this point in the story, you ve come to expect that the Blackcollars will come out on top, and prove to have been ahead of the curve in unexpected ways all the time The question is just how will that look specifically I found myself pleased and surprised at the particular turn this one took, and there were some good laugh out loud moments as well A solid hit for Zahn.


  10. This is the last book in Author Zahn s Blackcollar series, as with the previous two it is an excellent read Since this was written in 2006 I don t expect an addition to the series, but one would be appreciated Author Zahn s well defined characters and complex plot keep the reader s interest throughout the book.


  11. I m going with five stars here because Zahn really hits his stride with the series in the finale This time, we witness the clash of two mega plots one by Lathe to free the Terran Federation of the Ryquil, at least for a while, and another by Galway, to turn the tables on the Blackcollars once and for all Who s playing whom Zahn s at his best in this book.


  12. This is a third book in the Blackcollar series, the prevous two volumes of which appeared twenty or so years ago Zahn does a good job of picking up the tone and narrative right where the preceding volume left off Good adventure sf with political insight It s unfortunately saddled with one of the worst covers ever.


  13. Closes out a solid military ish sci fi trilogy about enhanced space ninjas and how they beat the advanced civilization of giant cat warriors who had taken over the Terran empire, using only their wits, nunchucks, and throwing stars I sound like I don t like these books, but I actually really really do You just have to take them for what they are.


  14. A satisfying end to the series but not Zahn s best work The heroes always win, the aliens are kind of stereotyped, and the fight scenes get a little repetitive Not a bad book but again not the best he s done.


  15. I thoroughly enjoyed this series of books I m a sucker for the combination of technology, humanity, intrigue, strategy and tactics, and blowing stuff up Zahn has done a fine job of building the characters, tech, and complex political and human issues.


  16. The conclusion of the Blackcollar series has a few twists and turns you might not see coming Overall, it s an entertaining read It s not great art, but it s not bad for a rainy day.


  17. I enjoyed this book, as I do all Zahn The end didn t quite jive with what was actually said in the story it felt like he just kinda pulled it out of a rainbow P


  18. Another fun little Timothy Zahn book not the best ever, but a fun book and a good ending to the trilogy.


  19. Another exciting work from Timothy Zahn I was confused at points as to what was going on, and some of the character motivations, but that may be from skipping Blackcollar 2.




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