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Download The Nameless War: The Nameless War Trilogy (Volume 1) ePub
  • ISBN 1477645977
  • ISBN13 978-1477645970
  • Language English
  • Author Mr Edmond Michael Barrett
  • Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 19, 2012)
  • Pages 398
  • Formats lrf docx mobi doc
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1385 kb
  • Size Fb2 1717 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 740

First came contact, then genocide, now war. The Nameless have superior technology, numbers and a willingness to accept casualties that goes beyond comprehension. Their aim, nothing less than the total destruction of humanity. All that stands in their way, five officers, a handful of ships? and the human need to survive!

The Nameless War by Archibald Henry Maule Ramsay is a short book on revolutions in Europe caused by Jews and Jewish international bankers. It also explains the hidden events and causes of World War 2 and international hositility to Hitler. A side of history not seen in history books".

The Nameless War by Archibald Henry Maule Ramsay is a short book on revolutions in Europe caused by Jews and Jewish international bankers. Because of attempting to tell people the truth and stop World War 2 from happening, Ramsay (who was a member of the British Parliament) was arrested and imprisoned unjustly by an extension of Regulation 18B. Addeddate.

First came contact, then genocide, now war. The Nameless have superior technology, numbers and a willingness to accept casualties that goes beyond comprehension. Their aim, nothing less than the total destruction of humanity. All that stands in their way, five officers, a handful of ships? and the human need to survive! Show more.

The nameless war. This book, first published in 1952 is a small (5' X 7') format, of only 120 pages. All that stands in their way, five officers, a handful of ship. nd the human need to survive! Book 1.

The Nameless War is his first published work, he is currently work . I cannot wait for the next volume in this planned trilogy

The Nameless War is his first published work, he is currently work on the sequel The Landfall Campaign which is due for release in October 2012. A resident of Dublin, Ireland, he is life long fan of science fiction and fantasy as well as being a amateur student of military history. I cannot wait for the next volume in this planned trilogy. I would proof read it free of charge because the lack of a real proofreader is the only thing that stopped me giving full marks to this first effort. We learn little about the Nameless other than they have slighhtly superior technology and are utterly ruthless, the author gets this across well and some of the chapters are downright chilling.

Author Edmond Barrett. Books by Edmond Barrett: The Last Charge (The Nameless War Trilogy. 10 8. 10. The Landfall Campaign (The Nameless War).

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THE NAMELESS WAR By Edmond Barrett Book one of the Nameless War Trilogy . This is a work of fiction Excerpt from Book Two of the Nameless War Trilogy: Chapter One. The Mississippi Incident.

THE NAMELESS WAR By Edmond Barrett Book one of the Nameless War Trilogy THE NAMELESS WAR This is a work of fiction. This is a work of fiction. All characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form. Excerpt from Book Two of the Nameless War Trilogy: Chapter One. The Nameless have superior . The Nameless have superior technology, numbers and a willingness to accept.

The Nameless War book. Currently he is working on the final book of the Nameless War Trilogy - The Last Charge which is due for release in October 2014. This book is perhaps less complex and have less world building than works like Doug Dandridge’s Empires at War but depending on your taste this may or may not work in the books favor.

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Dibei
I have to admit that this review might be colored towards the positive by the fact that this type of story is definitely one of my favorite ones. However, I did find this book to be, not only my type of story, but well written and with a set of characters that I took a liking to.

This book is perhaps less complex and have less world building than works like Doug Dandridge’s Empires at War but depending on your taste this may or may not work in the books favor. Personally, I like both the more complex Empires at War and this book.

The action starts fairly quickly with the first appearance of the Nameless. Then the book takes a bit of a pause while it introduces a few more of the main characters, deals with a bit of the usual depressing and destructive politics and generally sets the stage for the rest of the story.

After the first encounter I pretty much expected the war that is the name of the trilogy would start at full speed but the author threw in a research mission first just to expand the story a bit. Unfortunately, for the humans, this mission do not really reveal much about the nameless themselves but certainly about the effect of their actions. Let us say that it is not looking good for the humans unless they can repeal the nameless’ aggression.

After this little interlude the real action commences and the humans are quite rapidly learning, the hard way, that assumptions are the mother of all f----ups. Especially when making assumptions about the capabilities, or rather lack thereof, of your potential military adversaries. Speaking of action, the action in this book is generally well done with believable science fiction physics and decent enough military tactics and strategies.

Throughout the book we are following several key characters that I felt were all rather likable in different ways. They are all rather heroic of course but their careers have their ups and downs. Sometimes due to dumb--s politics and sometimes due to their own actions.

Bottom line for me is that this was a book that I enjoyed quite lot and I will definitely read the rest of the series. I do hope that get to learn the reasoning behind the nameless seemingly fanatic wish to destroy other civilizations.
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I rarely write reviews on Kindle books, partly because someone else has already written a review that I feel I can't improve on, and partly because they really didn't excite me to any great degree. I do, however, depend a great deal on the reviews of others when selecting my next bit of reading material, so it's incumbent on me this time to try to influence other readers to buy this trilogy. I've been reading Scifi for more than 50 years, and I recall vividly many of them such as Glory Road, Starship Troopers, Dune, Foundation and Empire, and many others. Prior to this trilogy by Mr. Barrett, the last series that I found totally absorbing was the March Upcountry books by David Weber and John Ringo, and in my opinion, the Nameless War series is nearly their equal. The characters seem real and are three dimensional, the story is interesting and follows a logical path, and the resolution to the moral conundrum in the final book is unexpected and satisfying. The Nameless War series is really good stuff, and if you enjoy military science fiction, I think you'll have a wonderful time reading them. In addition, Mr. Barrett is a fan of Terry Pratchett, so I have to admire his literary judgement.
Xor
Bravo Mr. Barrett,
This is quite simply some of the best space opera that I have read in quite a while, and I thought I had read it all. This is far superior to many other 5 star rated sci-fi ebooks that I have seen on Amazon. The pace is not rushed, but it is intense. Barrett has not forgotten that action without character development is just meaningless noise. In just a few pages he invests you in a character before narrating the action from that characters perspective. The result is that the story is engaging and meaningful. He also hasn't ignored the spirit of exploration and mystery which being on the frontiers of explored space should bring, a subplot that I really enjoyed and one I hope is returned to with a larger role later. I rarely bother to review the many books that I read but this one has been a stand out surprise for me. This is a just a hair away from being as good as the best that David Weber or Jack Campbell have produced and certainly deserves to be mentioned in the same breath. This was in fact more interesting to me than the best selling Wool series by Hugh Howley and I was prepared to proclaim him the best new sci fi author around.
Now for some minor points that have distracted me throughout the book. Yes, there are minor editing issues but in such a long book they are relatively few. What has distracted me is the timeline, merely 50+ years from today. I find it hard to believe that date and have mentally adjusted it forward another half to full century. Another factor is the small crew sizes relative to the actions mentioned on board (maintenance, damage control ect..) Although this is less of a hangup than the date issues.
Now, don't let any of that stop you from reading this. I polished off the first book in a day and was frustrated with myself for not pacing it out to last longer. A great book by a great new author.
Excellent Work!