Ganwold's Child

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The story of one warrior family—Admiral Lujan Ansellic Sergey, his wife Captain Darcie Dartmuth, and their son Tristan Sergey—who are caught at the fulcrum of interstellar politics and the demands of their military duty. Wrenched apart and scattered across the galaxy by the brutalities of war, they face capture, torture, coercion, and epic space battles to be reunited. More
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Words: 102,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301816484

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Review by: RetiredSaint on Dec. 08, 2015 :
I really enjoyed this book as it reminded me a bit of early Andre Norton, the Grande Dame of Sci/Fi & Fantasy as well as CJ Cherryh. Diann created a plot to capture one’s attention. The character development (both human and non-human) was well thought out. I am glad that Diann was able to use her military background and connections to write such a thought provoking story. When money allows I will buy the continuing story.
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Review by: Donna Morgan on Oct. 19, 2013 :
I reslly enjoyed reading this book and reccommend it. I have read positive reviews of this q by David Drake, an O. S. Card and became intetested in reading the series because I love sci-fi and fantasy. I quickly became involed with the adventures of Tristan and Pulou. The author's extensive military experience shows through on the battle scenes.
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Review by: Jonathan Stone on Oct. 18, 2013 : (no rating)
This is an appallingly bad book. Perfect for the innumerate who thinks that spacecraft in vacuum need to bank to turn; or if you think spaceship-bridge dialogue lifted from Star Trek: The Next Generation adds a touch of authenticity.

The tawdry storytelling is underscored by the absence of character-development in the characters you can _tell_ are going to die.

Zero stars.
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