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!!> KINDLE ➛ Bloodstar (Star Corpsman #1) ❥ Author Ian Douglas – Webpolitics.us

Bloodstar (Star Corpsman #1) In The 23rd Century, War Is Still Hell.Navy Corpsman Elliot Carlyle Joined Up To Save Lives And See The Universe Now He And Bravo Company S Black Wizards Of The Interstellar Fleet Marine Force Are En Route To Bloodworld A Hellish, Volatile Rock Colonized By The Fanatical Salvationists Who Desired An Inhospitable World Where They Could Suffer For Humanity S Sins Their Penance Could Prove Fatal For The Qesh, A Strange Alien Race Detected But Still Mysterious For Six Decades, Have Made Violent First Contact.Suddenly Countless Lives Depend Upon Bravo Company Perhaps Even The Fate Of Homeworld Earth Itself As The Marines Prepare To Confront A Vast Force Of Powerful, Inscrutable Enemies And One Dedicated Medic, Singled Out By An Extraordinary Act Of Valor, Will Find Himself With An Astounding Opportunity To Alter The Universe Forever.

!!> KINDLE ➛ Bloodstar (Star Corpsman #1)  ❥ Author Ian Douglas – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 355 pages
  • Bloodstar (Star Corpsman #1)
  • Ian Douglas
  • English
  • 06 August 2018
  • 0061894761

    10 thoughts on “!!> KINDLE ➛ Bloodstar (Star Corpsman #1) ❥ Author Ian Douglas – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    I just couldn t get through this book I m turning over a new leaf, where before I would suffer to the end just for the sake of finishing a book, now if I m not into a story by the time I finish 50% of the book, I m just going to stop reading it.I was worried when I started reading some of the reviews with poor ratings for this book and it turns out I quite agree with them I found this book painfully boring I feel like there was a focus on tech and science in favor of characters Also, the rev I just couldn t get through this book I m turning over a new leaf, where before I would suffer to the end just for the sake of finishing a book, now if I m not into a story by the time I finish 50% of the book, I m just going to stop reading it.I was worried when I started reading some of the reviews with poor ratings for this book and it turns out I quite agree with them I found this book painfully bo...


  2. says:

    DNF 15%This is a good book and I was enjoying it very much, at least what little that I read of it thus far I simply fell into a reading slump this past weekend due to some life BS that s going on I plan on picking thi...


  3. says:

    Nice military SiFi book Good science based tech and very good writing on the military attitude and life Recommended


  4. says:

    This review was first published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis Navy Corpsman Elliot Carlyle, also known as E Car, or Doc, is part of the interstellar Fleet Marine Force, in Bravo Company s Black Wizards Trained in the latest battlefield medicine, he joined the navy to save lives and see the universe The Black Wizards have been sent to Bloodworld, an inhospitable, volatile rock colonized by a group of religious fanatics with a Luddite philosophy That means they hate technology, for those who are This review was first published on Kurt s Frontier.Synopsis Navy Corpsman Elliot Carlyle, also known as E Car, or Doc, is part of the interstellar Fleet Marine Force, in Bravo Company s Black Wizards Trained in the latest battlefield medicine, he joined the navy to save lives and see the universe The Black Wizards have been sent to Bloodworld, an inhospitable, volatile rock colonized by a group of religious fanatics with a Luddite philosophy That means they hate technology, for those who aren t students of history They have chosen Bloodworld for their colony so they could suffer for humanity s sins They h...


  5. says:

    I generally like books by Ian Douglas, or I should perhaps write William H Keith Jr since this is the authors real name, but I have to say that this one never really caught my interest.The book is as well written as other books from this author The story is not bad, it holds together throughout the book Unfortunately it kind of feels like the story is just an excuse for stringing a load of detailed medical interventions, even lectures, together I have to admit that I am out if my expertise I generally like books by Ian Douglas, or I should perhaps write William H Keith Jr since this is the authors real name, but I have to say that this one never really caught my interest.The book is as well written as other books from this author The story is not bad, it holds together throughout the book Unfortunately it kind of feels like the story is just an excuse for stringing a load of detailed medical interventions, even lectures, together I have to admit that I am out if my expertise here As a science fiction fan, computer engineer and physics interested person working at CERN the real CERN, not the one in Dan Brown s fantasies I generally have a pretty good idea of the physical science part of the books I read When it comes to medical stuff not so much.Maybe this is why I felt somewhat detach...


  6. says:

    A good read for a military minded person like myself, especially as a former corpsman, but the medical info was a bit heavy handed foe the average reader all in all, a very good book though.


  7. says:

    Pretty standard military science fiction Protagonist joins up, gets assigned to some lowly unit instead of his preferred choice which turns out to be the unit that actually does the real work while the preferred choices are just show units Th...


  8. says:

    Entirely too much science and not enough fiction I feel like I have been through medical school I will not read another Star Corpsman and I probably will take Ian Douglas off my to read list I want to enjoy reading a book and this one I did not Forced read that took over 3 months t read.


  9. says:

    Distant future with space marines Follows a corpsman in his duties Really like the different perspective that highlights the medical future Some language Descriptions of adult physical relationships Engaging and a fairly tight storyline make it a good read.


  10. says:

    good military scifi interesting focus on future tech field medic

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