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I was completely hooked me from the start, plunging me back into the action where 'Ruled Out' left off. It's satisfying and reassuring to be back with these characters.
I admire Cameron Cooper's style which is able to transplant me into this complex world of space cities and space ships, making me feel like I'm there! What amazing new worlds are being created in this series through descriptions that are detailed, relevant and intriguing.
I feel like I have a vested interest in the welfare of Danny and her crew / extended family of friends which is what personalises and makes this war story so interesting.
Over the course of this Iron Hammer series (& the Imperial Hammer series before it) various characters have been introduced gradually, building the interesting cast with which I have a rapport. I loved how they all evolved and interacted during this latest book.
I can highly recommend this latest book in the Iron Hammer series and especially advocate reading all the books in order.
If you want to enjoy these characters in their fully enriched complexity then it's even better to read the Imperial Hammer series beforehand.
This is another great addition to the Iron Hammer series. This piece of the adventure definitely gets darker as others have said. The world building and character building is wonderful and there was dark gritty feel to the events that make you worry for the characters. Highly recommend this series and although you can read as standalone i recommend start with one and binging your way through to number six.
Stranger Stars is Cameron Cooper’s sixth book in the amazing, space opera series, Iron Hammer. Wow! Danny Andela and her allies among the Carina worlds, have to fight the warlike Terrans who have been attacking vulnerable cities along the edge of Carinad space facing the Terran territories.
The Terrans have been building bigger and better ships, allowing them to attack more of the Carinad Federation. I just love the descriptive detail, and explanations, in these books for the technologies and science behind their civilizations, i.e. FTL travel as well as the battle plan discussions. It is these seemingly little things that make the story so real.
And the characters continue to develop, as we learn more and more about them. Is there a traitor among them?
I have always read science fiction And this series reminds me of why I originally fell in love with this genre. Cameron Cooper’s stories truly rival the greats, like Frank Herbert.
Thank you Cameron!
This series continues to be gripping and realistic in its attention to detail.
How do you fight an enemy who thrives on war? What do you do when they are toying with you, just to prolong the inevitable?
A hopeful initiative ends in a crushing loss, which could have been much worse. How are the Terrans tracking them, and how can the tide be turned.
The inventive nature of this series is beyond any I have read. It will keep you on the edge of your seat and gasping for your next breath. Simply Stunning!