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Choosers of the Slain. By clicking ‘Sign me up’ I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy and terms of use. Twelfth in the Posleen War also known as the Legacy of the Aldenataa military science fiction series.

Mar 22, Rebecca rated it ringoo was ok. Review posted February 20, However, when Ringo was contracted to write a new trilogy of novels about Mike O’Neil and needed a new villain race to threaten humanity and the Galactic Federation, he decided to throw The Hero out of the Legacy of the Aldenata continuity.

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East of the Sun, West of the Moon. Niven says that the technical term for someone who attributes the POV of a novel and its characters to its author is “idiot”. It was well-written, it was entertaining, and it had elements of humor in it that made me life.

The religious parts of this book are a bit grating to me and the ending is a bit baffling at me but what ever.

Review — The Tuloriad by John Ringo and Tom Kratman

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In this book, the “bad guys” from the series get a chance at redemption. Fill in holes of the the other books. Our favorite Posleen Tulustentaloor is back.

In this one, there’s a real exploration of the “human condition” as it relates to religion and choosing to believe or not, making political choices with religious consequences and Tom Kratman and John Ringo have a thorough understanding of what drives people and leaders and that have usually shown that in their books. Returned to their rino, the question remains: Finally, an in-depth exploration of tluoriad the Posleen are as a people. It is reasonably good fun but t After the Posleen War ends, a small band of Posleen is smuggled off Earth in secret to start their civilization anew.


Meanwhile, ringk humans decide religion is the first step to creating a Posleen society they can work with instead of only fight against. Salem Sally a Twelfth in the Posleen War also known as the Legacy of the Aldenata kohn, a military science fiction series.

Plucked from the maelstrom on Earth they are cast out into the eternal blackness of the stars with only a slightly insane Indowy and a computer virus to guide them. Baen December Length: If your Posleen story fan and havn’t read this one yet, make sure you I’ve got to say I love Ringo and Kratman mil-sci-fi. Aug 17, Karen rated it really liked it Shelves: Jphn there a new path for the Tular Posleen? But if you’ve read them, then this one is a must read.

Feb 03, Mike rated it it was ok Shelves: Whether The Tuloriad was already in the works at that time, I can’t say for certain, but I do know that having read Ringi of the Storm first, I had a different perspective on The Tulorriad because I could see how it dovetailed with the events in that novel, and particularly the extraordinary revelations about tulotiad nature of the Himmit.

In the earliest volumes, the Aldenata were just another mysterious and vanished Elder Race, but in these volumes they have become increasingly a satire upon Transnational Progressivism and the harm done by its well-meaning but misguided proponents. But it is intellectually dishonest to portray every Christian as crazy or fascist when that is not the case. If you don’t like being lectured at, you’ll probably want tue skip it. Now we see what the Band Sidhe want from him Into the Looking Glass.


Direct sequel to Yellow Eyes and chronicling the saga of the defeated Posleen war leader, this is the only Posleen novel that held my interest recently and it’s relatively independent of the rest of the series. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. It was very sad. We’ll publish them on tje site once we’ve reviewed them. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. That being the case, I will bump it up to four stars, rounded up. If I had read the afterword first, as I sometimes do, I would not have continued with the novel at all.

Aug 30, Jeff Means rated it it was amazing.

A must read if you’re into the Posleen universe at all. The last half was so good that I bumped thf entire book up to a 4 out of 5. Product details Format Book pages Dimensions x x 30mm The Privilege of Peace. Live Free or Die. What follows is a trail of tears and remembrance as the Posleen retrace the iohn of their ancestors in a search for their homeworld.

Within are representatives of humanity’s joyn religions, all hoping that perhaps at the end of their journey the Posleen will rediscover their soul as a race and become able to take their place among the civilized races of the galaxy, and that one or another human religion will prove key to that transformation.

After graduation Ringo enlisted in the US military for four years, after which he studied marine biology. I only knew the basics of the Posleen universe and the premise before taking up this novel. A Call to Arms. Sep 23, M.

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Though Hell Should Bar the Way. While the story suffers a bit, it reinforces the complexity of a race that initially was about as two dimensional as a sheet of paper.

March to the Stars.