Rich Man's War

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No one walks away from business with the three biggest corporations in the Union of Humanity. Cutthroat trade deals, relentless propaganda and bloody covert operations drive that point home as the star system of Archangel slips further from corporate dominance. Yet despite all their power, the Big Three are more vulnerable than anyone knows—leaving them desperate to make an example of Archangel. More

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Review by: Turtlesallthewaydown on Aug. 08, 2014 :
So having spent three consecutive nights reading this book, he's done it again folks. I'm with Kenneth here on buying his work as soon as it hits the online shelves, and I haven't been this pleased with reading in quite some time. Kay's work with the second installation of this series is fantastic. There wasn't a dull moment in this book, the action had me on edge the whole time, it left me feeling like I was watching a film instead of reading a book with how detailed the scenes were written. The small jokes and laughs in the book were perfectly timed and I couldn't help be re-read certain parts over and over. If you enjoyed Poor Man's Fight, you're in for an even wilder ride with this perfectly executed expansion.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Kenneth McDonald on Aug. 05, 2014 :
Kay is one of those authors whose books I buy as soon as they come out. Rich Man's War is a worthy sequel to Poor Man's Fight, though it suffers a bit from middle-book syndrome, setting up the even-bigger fight that's sure to come in the next installment. The diverse cast of characters are well-written, with complex villains and flawed heroes, though at times the protagonist's talent for turning the tide against seemingly impossible odds pushes the bounds of plausibility even for a space fantasy. But it's all in good fun, and the brisk action keeps the pages turning. It's rare that I find a book that draws me in enough that I finish it in just a few days, so I can recommend Rich Man's War to any fan of space opera.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jedi Khan on July 26, 2014 :
Oh. My. God. This is perhaps one of the most epic pieces of literature I've read. Poor Man's Fight was epic in it's own right, hell everything Elliot Kay writes is epic, but Rich Man's War takes it to a whole new level, one that is only occupied by the biggest and best of Sci-Fi franchises, the ones that have massive, loyal fandoms and have been around for decades. Someone should send Steven Spielberg a copy of this and Poor Man's Fight; start the wheels on making a movie.

There really isn't more I can say that would do justice to this, yet another masterpiece, so just read it for yourself. You'll understand once you do, and you won't regret it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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