Command Decision (Vatta's War, #4)
The fourth book in the Vatta's War series from Nebula Award winner Elizabeth Moon continues the action-packed militaristic story of Kylara Vatta, who must bring a ragtag group of traders together into a cohesive force who must strike back at their foes.Elizabeth Moon is the author of many novels,... show more
The fourth book in the Vatta's War series from Nebula Award winner Elizabeth Moon continues the action-packed militaristic story of Kylara Vatta, who must bring a ragtag group of traders together into a cohesive force who must strike back at their foes.Elizabeth Moon is the author of many novels, including The Speed of Dark, Against the Odds, Change of Command, and Remnant Population, which was a Hugo Award finalist. After earning a degree in history from Rice University, she spent three years in the Marine Corps, then earned a degree in biology from the University of Texas, Austin. She lives in Florence, Texas. Actress Cynthia Holloway, a native of Seattle, Washington, has performed on stage, film, and television, as well as doing voice-over work. She has lent her voice to television programs, radio and television commercials, video games, and audiobooks. Cynthia's most recognizable work is as the voice of Anita Blake in Laurell K. Hamilton's bestselling vampire hunter series.
Publish date: February 1st 2007
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Edition language: English
Series: Vatta's War (#4)
Vatta's War series 1 Trading in Danger 2 Marque and Reprisal 3 Engaging the Enemy 4 Command Decision 5 Victory Conditions These 5 books are not so much a series as one long novel - there's one story arc, and you really need to read all five to get to the (satisfying) conclusion. (I so...
I really love this series, despite the switching between chars. It flows smoothly and in the end ties together very neatly. Looks like Ky is finally getting somewhere with her ideas.
With so few Vattas left they need to work harder just to keep the company afloat. And then Ky is on her crusade to stop/kill the pirates that destroyed her family. She adds a few ships of some guys looking for an adventure who actually turn out to be needed and helpful. Rafe finds out his family ...
An "in between" book, so it was an okay read, slightly boring with lots of explanations & reasonings etc etc etc but all scions in place for a hopefully fantastic finale.I have to reiterate myself that space opera is not a genre I would normally read, in fact, I usually avoid anything spacey. Howev...