The Union Forever

The Union Forever Colonel Andrew Keane and his blue coated soldiers were not the first humans time space warped to a world so familiar yet so foreign Humans abounded on the perverse planet humans treated like cattle by

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  • Title: The Union Forever
  • Author: William R. Forstchen
  • ISBN: 9780451450609
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Colonel Andrew Keane and his blue coated soldiers were not the first humans time space warped to a world so familiar yet so foreign Humans abounded on the perverse planet humans treated like cattle by the alien warrior overlords Keane s Civil War weaponry defeated the swords, spears and crossbows of his monstrous adversaries And part of the human population was freed, bColonel Andrew Keane and his blue coated soldiers were not the first humans time space warped to a world so familiar yet so foreign Humans abounded on the perverse planet humans treated like cattle by the alien warrior overlords Keane s Civil War weaponry defeated the swords, spears and crossbows of his monstrous adversaries And part of the human population was freed, but the other part became puppets of the overlords in a vast counterattack Now it was human vs human, gun vs gun, ironclad against ironclad, as the empires of Roum and Cartha clashed in gut wrenching, soul stirring struggle for the future of a world beyond time.

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    1. Classic example of the sophomore jinx. The second book in THE LOST REGIMENT SERIES is one of the worst. When Colonel Keene and his Union Army heroes first came to this strange world, they had the privilege of liberating the Rus from their Tugar masters. The first novel was compelling because the Rus were such a simple, earthy people, and because the Civil War infantry tactics were so easy to understand and apply. This second novel loses all of that great stuff. First it's all about naval warfare [...]

    2. OK these books are really not that great, but come on a civil war regiment sucked thru a wormhole to a world where humans are kept merely as cattle by an giant alien race of mongol like warriors. And it is a well written as that sentence. Those damn aliens never tasted minie balls and grape shot. Go Humans. Plus there is a whole series of them. Awesome. Who the hell publishes this stuff and did anyone ever read them but me?

    3. Another second in series book, this time from that well renowned author William R Forstchen. These, I have discovered, were written in the early 1990's which surprised me. Why ? Because somehow I'd missed them among all the other Sci-fi and Fantasy I've read over the years.Perhaps it is that this type of book was not freely available at that time. These are American after all, and picking and buying books pre- internet is not what it is now.To the meat then. Well for those not familiar with this [...]

    4. The fact that a couple of years have passed since I've finished first volume in this series and reached for second installment only now is an indication all in itself that 'Lost regiment' failed to make a lasting impression on me. Still, I'm glad I found my way back to this series, because there is a lot to like here as long as one's after pure entertainment value. The author certainly has a gift of story-telling and once you accept the somewhat prepostrous premise, the plot flows quite nicely. [...]

    5. Quite a slow book, following on from Rally Cry, as the Yankees who were transported through a wormhole to a Stargate style world of different races from different times face off against a different horde and try to build alliances.This time, they try to expand from the Rus area (mediaeval Russians, originally under the yoke of corrupt church and the Boyars) into Roum (ancient Romans), who still use slaves for manual labour and are against the American way of freedom for all.There are various tra [...]

    6. Commentaire valable pour les 2 premiers tomes de la série, car acheté en volume double.Excellent histoire, où la mise en place est surtout faite lors du premier opus, quelque peu lente, mais comme on rentre dans un tout autre univers cela est nécessaire et fortement justifié car pour y en avoir des différences entre notre monde (lors de la guerre de sécession) et le leur il y en a !Dès lors que l'on découvre les Merkis et les fosses abattoirs, le monde et le rythme change, à notre plus [...]

    7. Loved the book, love the series. Great premise and execution by Fortschen. Battle scenes, on both land and sea, are as exhilarating as they come, and several characters are developed more fully than previously. My only complaint, and the reason I only gave 4 stars, is that I felt the book was overlong in places, and even slightly over descriptive, especially in matters of logistics. This is merely down to preference however, as others may enjoy this level of detail, so don't hesitate to give it [...]

    8. An American Civil War regiment gets transported to a world where a savage spieces comes around every few years and collects tribute in the form of human flesh. Thisseries trods a well-worn path of military sci-fi (a prime example is Jerry Pournelle’s “Janissaries”?), Fortschen does decently well. The first book is not bad, but by the time I got to the end of book three, I discovered that the story was not really going anywhere anymore. There is better stuff than this out thereokssboch/?p=7 [...]

    9. The lost Regiment series is a fabulous story set in the days of the American Civil War. It is basically the Civil War meets Planet of the Apes. It is one of those refreshing stories that no on has done before or since. The writing style is smooth and easy to understand, and the plot moves just right. A great series is one where the reader gets to grow with the characters and this one does just that.

    10. This is a great follow-up to Forstchen's first Lost Regiment book "Rally Cry." The Americans bring together several different cultures to fight the human-eating Merki and succeed with weapons inspired by the American Civil War. Great reading!

    11. The second book in the "Lost Regiment" series is almost as good as the first. Forstchen is able to continue the narrative in a compelling manner and the triumphs and setbacks of the regiment are painted in vivid detail.

    12. These books are so much fun! I love the logistics and the world. Some of the soldiers swear a lot. I can't blame them but this book is not for children.

    13. A better written book, and quite compelling world building, very good battle drama and better richer characters. Good stuff if you like historical action with a twist.

    14. great alternate historical science fiction series. feel the read is similar to Destroyermen series from Taylor Anderson

    15. Better battles in this one, good character development (less do-gooder rah-rah than the first book). I'm interested to see how the next one plays out.

    16. Rather interresting second opus, the Union regiment from US civil war still kicks hard those Huns look alike

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