The Prisoner of Eldaron

The Prisoner of Eldaron The Search for Erik Cain The Superpowers of Earth have fought their final war leaving Earth a devastated ruin populated only by scattered groups of survivors living in primitive squalor Out in space

  • Title: The Prisoner of Eldaron
  • Author: JayAllan
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  • Page: 435
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  • The Prisoner of Eldaron

    The Search for Erik Cain The Superpowers of Earth have fought their final war, leaving Earth a devastated ruin, populated only by scattered groups of survivors living in primitive squalor Out in space, however, humanity moves forward, and the former colonies of Earth s dead nations are now free from the yoke of the despotic governments that had long ruled over them ForThe Search for Erik Cain The Superpowers of Earth have fought their final war, leaving Earth a devastated ruin, populated only by scattered groups of survivors living in primitive squalor Out in space, however, humanity moves forward, and the former colonies of Earth s dead nations are now free from the yoke of the despotic governments that had long ruled over them For many, it is their first taste of liberty But a thousand free worlds, varying enormously in wealth and power, cannot long exist in peace, and soon they begin to fight, to seek to bend their neighbors to their wills Darius Cain is the commander of the Black Eagles, the most feared and renowned of all the mercenary companies that fight the colonies wars His veteran warriors have fought dozens of battles, and they have never met their equals The wealthiest colonies compete to hire the Eagles, for contracting with Cain s warriors is the surest guarantee of victory in any dispute But there is another power, one whose very existence has been the most closely guarded secret in human history The Triumvirate For decades, it has operated in the shadows, interfering secretly in the affairs of the former colonies while steadily building an invincible war machine But the Triumvirate has come to fear the Black Eagles, and the decision has been made Darius Cain s private army must be destroyed utterly before the final invasion of human space can begin A message reaches the Black Eagles base, with evidence that the father he d thought long dead might still be alive, a captive of the shadowy enemy, held on a planet called Eldaron Darius Cain is skeptical, a man slow to believe what he is told without incontrovertible proof But Cain didn t build the greatest military force in human space by being cautious or timid and even the slightest chance his father was alive compelled his course of action The evidence points to a world on the edge of human space, a highly developed planet called Eldaron, an insular world, ruled by a dictator who calls himself the Tyrant Darius knows he is walking into a trap, but he has no choice He will free the prisoner of Eldaron or he will extract a vengeance beyond anything the Eldari can imagine in their worst nightmares The Crimson Worlds Successors Series MERCS Successors One The Prisoner of Eldaron Successors Two The Black Flag Successors Three Coming February, 2016 Also By Jay Allan Crimson Worlds Series Marines Crimson Worlds I The Cost of Victory Crimson Worlds II A Little Rebellion Crimson Worlds III The First Imperium Crimson Worlds IV The Line Must Hold Crimson Worlds V To Hell s Heart Crimson Worlds VI The Shadow Legions Crimson Worlds VII Even Legends Die Crimson Worlds VIII The Fall Crimson Worlds IX War Stories 3 Crimson Worlds Prequels Crimson Worlds Refugees Series Into the Darkness Refugees I Shadow of the Gods Refugees II September, 2015 Portal Wars Series Gehenna Dawn Portal Wars I The Ten Thousand Portal Wars II Pendragon Chronicles Series The Dragon s Banner Book I The Sword of the King Book II Coming Soon

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    1. Jim

      People sure do live a long time in the universe of the Crimson Worlds. We get to read about old Admirals like Augustus Garret going back into action when he’s obviously in his 100’s. It sure would be nice to even somewhat functional at that age! And then we found out that even Eric Cane, or rather General Eric Cain, thought to be dead some fifteen years ago, might not be dead, yet! Even if he wasn’t dead, he’d have to be awful old and without rejuv treatments if he was indeed a prisoner. [...]

    2. Mike Keller

      The family of Erik Cain, mourning his loss for more than 15 years, receive evidence of his survival and imprisonment.Knowing that he was leading his Black Eagles into a trap didn't slow Darius' plans to rescue his father and punish the people responsible for his torture and imprisonment. His twin brother, Elias, and his mother, General Sarah Cain joined other dignitaries seeking allies against the unknown forces the Black Eagles had faced twice before. But Darius was going, regardless.I've been [...]

    3. Jim Kratzok

      Better than the first book in this series This was an action packed story - no doubt. But it still tended to be a bit wordy. The way people speak in this story is just a bit hokey. It's like an old Flash Gordon movie from the 1930s. Overly formal and verbose. Almost preachy at times. Nobody talks that way. At least not in the early part of the 21st century. Politicians (literate ones not those currently in charge) nay cone close when speaking publicly. But not ordinary people. I still gave it 4 [...]

    4. Tom Neselr

      A page turner to the very end.Anyone who has read Jay Allen's military fiction knows he will not be disappointed His stories are filled with gritty action, realistic dialogue and memorable characters. But this book was a great read from beginning to end Perhaps the plot was predictable, but that's OK. The satisfaction of seeing the story unfold and the different threads come together made it all worthwhile.

    5. Jeanette Longford

      Gripping. I cannot get enough of these series. All hail Jay Allan this Author of sci fi craft. The tech; the characters, the pace , plot and atmosphere. For me is techni coloured.

    6. Chuck Bechold

      Chuck,s TakeThe story is very well written. I enjoyed the way all aspects of the story were intertwined. For future works, we still do not know who the real enemy is.

    7. Byron Ramsey

      Good quick readAction strong characters who are easily related to. Any one who is into military action would find this a good read

    8. Nancy Phy

      Outstanding seriesThis series is as great as the Crimson World. When I have finished all of this series I plan to start over and read them again.

    9. Mike Crate

      The Triumvirate advance their plans to take control of the human sphere of influence by a number of incredibly complex operations across many worlds but first Darius Cain and his Black Eagles the single foremost military force has to be eliminated and the trap has been set on the planet of Eldaron ruled by "The Tyrant". Darius knows it's a trap given the unexpected rise of forces equal to his own but with the lure of his father still being alive seventeen years after his ship was destroyed nothi [...]

    10. Bluecobras09

      As with the original Crimson World series, Jay Allan has continued the story and it is awesome. Decades after the fall, the Navy and Marines are a very shadow of what they once were. Those who survived have moved on to live what lives they can. Mercenary companies have formed, able to be bought for defense or attack. The famous Erik Cain gone, having died when he ship was destroyed coming back from the Second Incursion, his son Darius commands the Black Eagles. The most powerful of the mercenary [...]

    11. Charlesvan Buren

      Exciting but flawed, July 5, 2016Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: The Prisoner of Eldaron: Crimson Worlds Successors II (Kindle Edition)This is a well written, exciting bit of military sci-fi. However there are some continuity and logic problems with the plot. Characters are sometimes treated as if they don't know things which, logically, they should. In other cases there is a disconnect between the present and the past. There are other editing problems as well.

    12. Jim Schellhaas

      Fast paced and exciting.Great book. Another in the series. A must read. I highly recommend the Crimson Worlds series as well as the Successors books. Follow the Cain family in their polite against an unknown enemy. Can old allies be brought together to save humanity from the evil that exists only to enslave mankind. Read the book.

    13. Burt Md

      A Great Space Saga continuesSuccessors II is a fantastic works that stands by itself, though it carries on a great series. This well written volume has all the ingredients necessary to ensure success: great characters, great action, and a great story! I can not wait for book III.

    14. Jacque Holst

      Really Great military Sci-fiErik Cain is alive, barely alive after 17 years of torture and solitary imprisonment. He is used to bait a trap set to destroy the Black Eagles as an old evil is revealed. Highly recommend this book, this series. Jay Allan is an artist with words, bringing people and worlds to life on the pages of his books.

    15. James W. Owen II

      Wonderful story, well written.I have enjoyed every book in the Crimson Worlds Series. They have all been well written and the characters are very easy to identify with. I highly recommend all of them and look forward to "The Black Flag- Crimson Worlds Successors III. Hope to see it soon!

    16. Alison

      Great return!So fun to return to the Cain family saga! Classic Allan military adventure. Honestly, I enjoyed this book more than the first book in this series. Only criticism I have is the occasional tedious long-winded speeches by the main characters.

    17. Mildred mccraw

      Fantastic jobCould not stop Reading. Characters jumped off at you. Have been waiting for this book. It finallyShowed the family and friends new and old. Jay Allan is one of my favorite authors. I can hardlywait for the next book. Just keep writing.

    18. Chris

      Great book, lots of action. Very Powerful characters in this book the Cain family rooted in the Marines and beyond.

    19. Al Collier

      stupid but goodI hate being forced to write reviews to unlock my kindle. it is stupid. the book was enjoyable and I liked it.

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