By Sarah A. Hoyt
Unique exchange paperback, sequel to Darkship Renegades and Darkship Thieves. The son of a ruler on the earth instigates civil warfare and revolution whilst he makes an attempt to take where of his assassinated father and uncovers a negative mystery that has been used to enslave humanity.
The Son additionally Rises…
On a close to destiny Earth, solid guy doesn't suggest good at all. in its place, the time period indicates a member of the ruling category, and what it takes to turn into an outstanding guy and to carry onto energy is downright evil. Now a conspiracy 1000s of years within the making is set to be delivered to mild while the imprisoned son of the great guy of Olympic Seacity escapes from his solitary confinement mobilephone and returns to discover his father assassinated.
but if Luce Keeva makes an attempt to clutch the reins of energy, he unearths that no longer all is because it turns out, plot for his personal approaching homicide is afoot—and all over the world conflagration looms. it's a struggle of revolution, and a shadowy workforce often called the Sons of Liberty may perhaps turn out to be Luce’s in basic terms best friend in a struggle to throw off an evil from the previous that has enslaved humanity for generations.
Sequel to Sarah A. Hoyt’s award-winning Darkship Thieves, and Darkship Renegades.
About A Few sturdy Men:
“Hoyt creates a fast paced and wonderful story a couple of revolution and its reluctant leader.”—Galveston County Daily News
About the Darkship series:
"First-rate house opera with an ethical lesson. You won't be disappointed."—Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit.com
“[A] travel de strength: logical, outfitted from assumptions without contradictions . . . gripping.”–Jerry Pournelle
“[Three Musketeers writer] Alexander Dumas may provide [Sarah A. Hoyt] a thumbs up.”–Steve Forbes
“[F]anciful and charming.” –Library Journal
“Exceptional, tremendous and greatly entertaining.” –Booklist
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Had a little ranch, some horses, cows, kids, a wife. But there was something funny about him. He had a metal plate in his head from falling down some cement steps. Plenty of guys has them, said Rollo in a challenging way. She shook her head. Not like his. His was made out of galvy and it eat at his brain. The old man held up the bottle of Everclear, raised his eyebrows at her: Well, darlin? She nodded, took the glass from him and knocked it back in one swallow. Oh, that’s not gonna slow me down, she said.
The trick was patience. He dozed half an hour in the wind-rocked car, woke shivering and cramped. He wanted to lie down. He thought perhaps he could put a flat rock under the goddamn tire. Never say die, he said, feeling around the passenger-side floor for the flashlight in his emergency bag, then remembering the wrecked car towed away, the flares and car phone and AAA card and flashlight and matches and candle and Power Bars and bottle of water still in it, and probably now in the damn tow-driver’s damn wife’s car.
He recalled the bloated grey insects pulled off the dogs. This tick probably thought he was going to get the whole damn ranch and bloat up on it. He said, what the hell was this about an emu? Were they all crazy out there? That’s what the ranch was now, she said, Down Under Wyoming. A. sold out to the Banner ranch next door who ran cattle on it for a few years, then unloaded it on a rich Australian businessman who started Down Under Wyoming but it was too much long-distance work and he’d had bad luck with his manager, a feller from Idaho with a pawnshop rodeo buckle, so he’d looked up Rollo and offered to swap him a half-interest if he’d run the place.
A Few Good Men (Darkship, Book 3) by Sarah A. Hoyt