No Middle Ground

No Middle Ground Tyrone Tim Middleton had been on his way out With twenty years of military service under his belt it was time to settle down on a colony somewhere and start the next phase of his life But without war

  • Title: No Middle Ground
  • Author: Caleb Wachter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tyrone Tim Middleton had been on his way out With twenty years of military service under his belt, it was time to settle down on a colony somewhere and start the next phase of his life But without warning, the Empire of Man withdrew its support of the Confederated Spineward Sectors, taking the vast majority of high value military assets including capable officers wTyrone Tim Middleton had been on his way out With twenty years of military service under his belt, it was time to settle down on a colony somewhere and start the next phase of his life But without warning, the Empire of Man withdrew its support of the Confederated Spineward Sectors, taking the vast majority of high value military assets including capable officers with it The would be retiring Lieutenant Commander was improbably given a field commission of Captain, and tasked with a simple wave the flag operation by his even improbable commanding officer, Admiral Jason Montagne So Captain Middleton set out to patrol the adjacent Sectors, and carry out his orders to the best of his ability But, as is so often the case, one thing leads to another and Middleton finds himself and his ancient warship, the Pride of Prometheus, caught in quandary after quandary as the shadows of a Sector wide conspiracy loom wherever they turn The further down the rabbit hole he goes, the less he likes what he finds and his simple patrol mission soon turns into something much, much larger With a crew of rookies and society s unwanted including a pair of teenagers from a world very different from his own Captain Middleton will discover one simple, incontrovertible truth In life, there is no middle ground.

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    1. This is a pretty good start to a series – the future tech doesn’t go over your head, the characters are likeable, and the space battle scenes can be visually depicted for you unlike other sci fi titles I have read. There is good dialogue and character development, but there are (without having a spoiler) lots of loose ends between a few at the conclusion of this one. I am interested to see where the story goes in the next episode of the series. I picked this up for free during a Kindle promo [...]

    2. An excellent space operaIt jumped right into the action and stayed there for the duration of the book.In my opinion, it could have used a little bit more closure, but it is what it is, the beginning of a series (or a branch of one? I honestly can't tell). At any rate it is part of a much larger story.Good characters, well crafted and differentiated, but I got lost a couple of times as to who was a man a who a women, shouldn't be that hard to tell, I know, but it happened. May be I was not paying [...]

    3. WOW! This is one excellent story! The Wachter brothers are creating one helluva set of books. This one in particular was written so vividly that it was like watching a movie playing behind my eyes. Featuring a wonderful cast of characters, with non-stop action, this book delivers the goods. I barely put it down once I started reading it.I'm not going to summarize the plot. That's already been done on this website and . I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series which is sort of [...]

    4. A interesting storyThis book was a pleasure to read, it gives you the reader a totally new view of the main line of books within the Admirals adventures. Recommended

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