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Day One by John Forsberg Download à 100 ó September 15 2241Near Mars a traitorous admiral opens fire on a fleet he’d once led and a Navy he’d once lovedIn Earth orbit a drone pilot stands over the poisoned bodies of his co workers crying out in triumph as nine hijacked drones slam into their unsuspecting targetsThirty six thousand kilomeSeptember 15 2241Near Mars a traitorous admiral opens fire on a fleet he’d once led and a Navy he’d once lovedIn Earth orbit a drone pilot stands over the poisoned bodies of his co workers crying out in triumph as nine hijacked drones slam into their unsuspecting targetsThirty six thousand kilometers below citizens in the mega city of Atlanta Georgia look to. I've always been a fan of military and space sci fi so it was no surprise that I got a copy of this book It was great decision to do so I really enjoyed the history section of the universe in which the story is set and I loved the little descriptions at the start of the book the abbreviations and stuffI attempted a similar history section in my own book The Silent Saga Desolate but on a smaller scale just in the prologue and Forsberg showed me that it can be employed effectivelyThe action seuences in the second part of the book flowed with good pace and did not embellish to much nor understate what needed to be said It was just right The end section of the book where also right up my street but I better not elaborate to much so readers can see for themselvesAll in all I will be getting the second part or any subseuent releases in the series as I thoroughly enjoyed it

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Iots on Ganymede and a secretive plot for war Day One presents an in depth account of mankind’s path leading to Sol War 1 as well as an unforgettable look at the events of the war’s horrific opening day from those who experienced it from fleet admirals and intelligence agents to technicians refinery workers and those who would not live to see the end of Day O. Space operamilitary novel set in our space system First of a series First half of the book is pretty much a Traveler or other sci fi RPG module where the world is set up with the background on politics and the military situation The second part introduces the characters during the first day of a war Good but not great Hopefully the next book broadens the characters otherwise they are sort of forgettable Some maps of the planetary orbits are included for those of us who are spatially lacking

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Day One by John ForsbeThe sky as a massive ship plummets from orbit the dying remains of the largest deep space warship ever built now the largest bomb ever conceivedSol War 1 has begun Day One is the first book in a riveting multi book military science fiction series that chronicles the Outer Colony’s war of independence against Earth From the history of the Outer Colonies to the r. Day One Sol War 1 by John Jay ForsbergI'm giving this 5 stars because its played well even though there are some potential road bumps And because I'm giving it 5 stars I'm going to be a bit brutal about those bumpsFirst and foremost I loved this book and I loved it a lot than I expected I am a fan of many of the movies and shows that contain the War in Space themes but not so much the ones that are heavy on the battle engagements My focus always falls on the characters and how they develop within the context of the story Damn the torpedoes; I want to know about the peopleThis book starts with Day One H HOUR and its a good lead in with some mystery and intrigue and the beginning of war Only problem is of course that everyone dies Well that usually isn't a game changer since there's the rest of the storyThe uibble I have with this book is it takes the next third of the book to get to the rest of the story and there are a lot of people who after reading a hundred pages or less are going to say 'what the heck' Yell 'Abandon ship' and throw another log on the fireI'm glad i resisted all those urges And John redeems himself well enough to let that all pass I just think that there's a whole bunch of people who will get a bit upset Here's why There's this whole bunch of Poli Sci fiction going here that reads almost like a stale history analysis of what led up to this one moment we saw in passing from aboveWhat I said up there all lumped togetherReally there are some things in that history that the reader needs to know and though I don't usually agree with the notion of skimming or scanning a fiction book I think it's appropriate here because the reader really needs to get past page 100 to get to the rest of the story or their missing a really well told well paced action packed thrillerDon't really skim or you might miss something importantHonestly John needs to make cliff notes for Part1 for the reader who wants to read the action and character development I'm sure somewhere along the line he thought that's what part 1 is but seriously I have to be careful here because in this instance the author knows where I workHonestly though I couldn't put this down once things really started to happen As history showed us the colonies in space have very good reasons to rebel and now they have the support of a former Admiral Dermot Coughlan Dermot has many motivations for helping the colonists but his deepest I wasn't sure about It could be the senseless death of his son but he also seems to have some vision of the value of the strength of the colonies and that's somewhere locked in that Poli Sci section that needs this shown in the cliff notesNolan Shaw the charismatic leader of the rebels is a dangerous and possibly overreaching man who is clearly leading his people beyond his own abilities and that is going to have to play out in future stories He's building some bad karmaNavy Admiral of the Fleet Terry Hutchins is an old friend of Dermot Coughlan and is the counter point to him on the other side in this war His daughter Rear Admiral Evelyn Hutchins is the one who will have to face off with Coughlan and I want to say I'm in love with this character She does everything right within her abilities and sometimes beyond and she is unswerving in the face of deathI've no idea how well Evelyn will come out of all of this but look out Honor Harrington you have staunch competitionPaulo Mantega is the investigator tracing after the infamous Somachai and trying to prevent the catastrophe that will set things off He has a lot of guilt and a self imposed missionJohn Hanson is living with the knowledge of what his brother Michael has done and knowing he had a part in it allI'm definitely looking for the next book in this seriesAnd when you get a chance John shoot me those cliff notesJL Dobias