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Wolf's Bane (The Empire's Corps Book 14) by [Nuttall, Christopher]
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The Commonwealth has won a great victory, smashing Wolfbane’s attempt to take Corinthian and driving Admiral Singh’s forces back into enemy space. Now, as the Wolves reel under the impact of their defeat - and powerful factions plot to take control of the government and military - Edward Stalker plans a final offensive to bring the Wolves to their knees.

But as mighty fleets clash in the inky darkness of space, infiltrators struggle to weaken a tottering edifice and both sides brace for the final confrontation, it all comes down to the last Terran Marines and a battle that will determine if the galaxy is to be united once again ...

... Or thrown headlong back into a new Dark Age.

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  • Print Length: 435 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0716NXNKY
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,130 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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This book could well have been subtitled The Perils Of Being A Dictator. Admiral Ronnie Singh has ridden the tiger of power but the problem is that all her problems look like nails needing hammering. With a restless population and corporate heads who know their positions are threatened on one side and the Commonwealth on the other she needs a victory or a retirement plan. Problem is that when you have seized power, allowed security forces to run amuck, executed even potential opponents you have little room for manoeuvre. Plenty of fleet action along with fast paced ground combat. This novel brings to a close the Commonwealth storyline in a satisfying fashion while leaving room for other books in the Empire's Corps universe. Needless to say I very much enjoyed it.
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Another realistic futuristic portrayal of warfare combining technology and traditional lessons learned. Can't wait for new series. Read all of them. Wish Chris put an anthology together. Enjoy.
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A fitting climax to a terrific series. The futility of war and the transient nature of power were well presented. Believable characters with understandable motivations framed an engrossing story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A semi-closing of the storyline. 14 May 2017
By David L. Dunagin - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm one of those who just hand Chris my money when he releases a book. I love the Empire's Corps, I have found it fun to read, good story lines that are not predictable, good character development. I thought this one was a little rushed in a few places but it did not damage the overall story. This one also made me sit back to think, to be the Monday morning general, analyzing what just happened and what could or should have been done differently. There is some pointed commentary that applies to earth right now on the social justice warriors and their ignorance. A nice closing to part of the overall story line and now Chris can develop other characters and their stories in this universe. Very enjoyable!
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4.0 out of 5 stars more Commonwealth 10 May 2017
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The latest in this long running series is at once satisfying and an enjoyable read as one would expect from Nuttall but it felt just a little 'convient' jIn places. Still, it is a good book none the less even if we now have to wait for some of the story strings to be furthered before returning to Colonel Stryker et all.
3.0 out of 5 stars Wrap it up! 25 May 2017
By Alakar - Published on Amazon.com
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I've enjoyed Nuttall's Terran Marine series and this is a good wrap up to the Avalon portion. That said, I don't feel this is his best work. There is alot of navel gazing by the main characters that really doesn't add to the story. The plot line is good, but feels rushed and lacking depth, especially the development of the political situation on Wolfsbane. One good thing he did is stop the constant references to "Han" and the "Slaughter House" that peppered the last book ad-nauseum.

I'm now looking forward to his continuing the story in the Core Worlds and what happened to the rest of the Marines.
5.0 out of 5 stars The end of an era.... 13 May 2017
By Keith Glass - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, it's come to this: the Commonwealth and Wolfbane go, metaphorically, to Thunderdome. And there can be only one..... (ok, enough movie references.....😊). But the main line of the series was heading unavoidably here. And, of course, we get the now-trademark Nuttall Twist. Most of the familiar characters are here, but not all.

Of course, it also being a Chris Nuttall book, the good guys win, in the end, but there's always a high cost. And now, things get interesting, because while THIS story has ended, there's more than enough OTHER characters and worlds to continue the TEC Universe.
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding! 20 May 2017
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The author has put everything into a basket and put a ribbon it. I will certainly miss the Col. But, I'll hopefully see him out together a uno training facility ;). The author hints we'll finally see what has happened to the Marines as a fighting unit. Personally. I can't wait to see what happens.

This particular Book was exceptionally engaging. It took me a while tinted it - 3 days . But I needed to slow down my normally brisk reading pace because of the complexity and twists and turns of the plot. But this book because it's exceptionally engaging!