This Corner of the Universe

Rated 4.71/5 based on 7 reviews
When Anelace is sent to investigate accidents plaguing mining operations in a remote star system, Captain Garrett Heskan suspects more than random mishaps are in play. As the mystery unfolds, the stakes turn deadly in a race to expose the true threat while protecting the civilians in the system. Heskan's first command could be his last, as Anelace is outnumbered in her fight for survival. More
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About Britt Ringel

Britt Ringel has been a windsurfing instructor, Air Force captain, attorney, and teacher, but his passion is building galaxies and the characters who inhabit them. When not writing, or reading, he enjoys military documentaries, building model ships, and spoiling his golden retriever, Jengo.

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About the Series: This Corner of the Universe (TCOTU)
Five books tell the story of Captain Garrett Heskan and the original crew of Anelace as they struggle through military conflict and political turmoil to find their way home.

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Reviews of This Corner of the Universe by Britt Ringel

lam32767 reviewed on June 19, 2022

Six stars. I am surprised Ringel was an Air Force captain; I totally expected him to be a USN lieutenant. The book has captured the operation of a naval vessel in intricate detail, and described grueling battles in intricate detail. And instead of like in an idiotic Arnold Swarzenegger movie where he always wins against incredible odds, and nobody dies, Ringel realistically has heart rending casualties in the story. And, of course, in true military fashion, he includes face-palming military stupidity, without which the book would be incredibly lacking.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
headsensi reviewed on April 3, 2022

Great story! It keeps your interest and offers real action.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
Jerry reviewed on Oct. 14, 2021

A good read. Enjoyed it.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Hannes Birnbacher reviewed on April 1, 2021

E-book-Readers know that in the first part of a Space Opera, authors need to present persons, vessels, star systems and the whole universe, especially if it's a serie's start. The author has invested an incredible amout of details, and it is visible in the first pages. In this novel, it takes around 100 pages but is not too boring. And it pays out to read. Readers are enabled to follow the SF action. It gets unbearable dramatic. Britt has published one of the most exciting space battle scenes of SF history, almost comparable to "Footfall" from Larry Niven!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
David Donaghe reviewed on Jan. 2, 2021

This was an excellent read. Action packed. I really enjoyed it.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Marc Therrien reviewed on Aug. 17, 2020

A wonderful science fiction adventure. I was hooked from the beginning to the end. Very detailed, very realistic, with a large emphasis on military action and how we can expect war into space to happen.
(reviewed 87 days after purchase)
Jens Granlund reviewed on Aug. 15, 2020

Good read
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)

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