First Strike #2020

First Strike By Raymond L. Weil First Strike The cryosleep chambers are beginning to fail Surveillance of Hocklyn space has revealed that the Hocklyns are thirty years ahead of their projected schedule and will soon reach human occupied space Wa
  • Title: First Strike
  • Author: Raymond L. Weil
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  • Page: 189
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  • First Strike By Raymond L. Weil The cryosleep chambers are beginning to fail Surveillance of Hocklyn space has revealed that the Hocklyns are thirty years ahead of their projected schedule and will soon reach human occupied space War could break out any day if something isn t done The human leaders suggest a daring plan to buy them the additional time they need to strengthen the Fleet, as well as theThe cryosleep chambers are beginning to fail Surveillance of Hocklyn space has revealed that the Hocklyns are thirty years ahead of their projected schedule and will soon reach human occupied space War could break out any day if something isn t done The human leaders suggest a daring plan to buy them the additional time they need to strengthen the Fleet, as well as the defenses protecting their worlds A First Strike deep into Hocklyn space might just buy the human worlds the extra time they need to finish their preparations for all out war against the Hocklyn Slave Empire.For nearly four hundred years, Admiral Hedon Streth has slept waiting to lead the human race against the evil from the center of the galaxy Now that time has arrived Can Hedon and the other sleepers lead Earth and her colony worlds to victory If Hedon fails then the Earth and her colonies will either be conquered or destroyed by the Hocklyn Slave Empire and their masters the AIs.
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    1. Raymond L. Weil

      USA Today Best Selling AuthorI live in Clinton Oklahoma with my wife of 40 years and our cat I attended college at SWOSU in Weatherford Oklahoma, majoring in Math with minors in Creative Writing and History.My hobbies include watching soccer, reading, camping, and of course writing I coached youth soccer for twelve years before moving on and becoming a high school soccer coach for thirteen I also enjoy playing with my five grandchildren I have a very vivid imagination, which sometimes worries my friends They never know what I am going to say or what I am going to do.I am an avid reader and have a science fiction fantasy collection of over two thousand paperbacks The space program has always fascinated me and I ve followed it since its inception When I was a teenager, I wanted to be an astronaut Now, I just write about it.

    988 thoughts on “First Strike”


    1. Yes I know, depending on where you look this may or may not be the 4th book in the series However, if you look at the author s own web site you will find that it is indeed book 2 in the Slaver Wars series and that the books that preceded Slaver Wars 1 2 was called The Moon Wreck series I ll thrust the authors site than some labelling on so as far as I am concerned this is book number 2 in the series.This is a book quite in my style It might not be as detailed, have as deep characters or have as [...]


    2. I think I continue to read this series just so I can enjoy the horribly cheesy parts and later complain about them on reviews like this Well, and I like the genre.Like the legend of King Arthur, all of the old gang from prior books are around, frozen in cryosleep so they could ride in to save the day For purely dramatic purposes the author decides to act like Katie isn t one of those coming back, until good old Jeremy can be surprised by her being there.Hmm, it seems that Admiral Sheen didn t ex [...]


    3. Bubble GumEntertaining, if shallow Sloppy editing with run on sentences, syntax errors and misspellings No explanation of why, if humans of the Old Federation had never encountered an alien race prior to the Hocklyns, did they have such an established fleet of warships I read, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet when I was 12 It was better Even at free, I m done.


    4. Wow This book series is turning out to be great page turning reading If you want a good story line and awesome space battles this is the series for you I ll continue reading to see what happens next.


    5. I am slowly going through every book written by Mr Weil and I am enjoying every one of them He allows me to feel as I am part of the action that might be going on at the time I hope he hurries up and writes a little faster or I might run out of his books to read.


    6. Great read I really enjoyed this book I hope to read of this great scific series Keep up the good work and write


    7. UnputdownableThe title says it all What a perfect blend of suspense and drama Sometimes you re up, sometimes you re down Reading this is like riding on a roller coaster.


    8. EXCELLENT, WONDERFULVERY ENJOYABLE liked everything about it i do not know where to find 14 words to give this series the praise it deserves.


    9. 15 September 2014 5 Stars out of 5What an exciting series This is the series that every avid science fiction fan should read, with out a doubt This is what science fiction is all about New worlds, aliens, high tech, military action and extremely fast paced The fourth book in the series delivers on everything It s now close to 300 years since Admiral Strong and Greg Johnson found the Federation of Humans inside the Asteroid Ceres Things have change much over the centuries as they must have in ord [...]


    10. From My Newsletter Number 66 This review is on The Slaver Wars First Strike, which is Book Four of The Slaver Wars series by Raymond L Weil I have been reading each book in the series as soon as they become available This story starts out with two Hocklyn Slave Empire warships jumping in space very close to the Human Federation of Worlds home systems and finding a human mining colony A Federation ship discovers them and realizes the Hocklyns are ahead of schedule in finding them The Hocklyn thou [...]


    11. Author Raymond L Weil takes his readers several hundred years into the future with First Strike In the previous book in the Slaver Wars series, Jeremy Strong and his band of friends find the Hocklyns and launch a new era in human paranoia Yes, there are other alien races out there, and they want to kill us all It wasn t pleasant news Jeremy and his friends decided to go into cryosleep, joining legendary Admiral Hedon Streth They ll be awakened when needed First Strike is that time Weil ramps up [...]


    12. Interesting, but a little unimaginative First Strike continues the story of the Human Federation versus the Hocklyns and AIs I like how the author keeps your interest by carrying the main characters through the series by keeping them in cryosleep However, the plot was fairly predictable Also, I sometimes struggled to enjoy his writing style It felt forced and choppy at times Further, there are numerous typos which reporting to has no effect, according to forums which, at times, distracted me I w [...]


    13. I loved all the books in this series and this one was no different I felt myself getting excited with anticipation over what was going on and what would happen The author keeps this story clean and easy to follow This book begins a few hundred years after Fleet Academy It has some familiar names and lots of action My only single gripe is how often the exclamation point is used This was my complaint with the previous novels in the series After seeing so many it kinda cheapens it when they should [...]


    14. I loved all the books in this series and this one was no different I felt myself getting excited with anticipation over what was going on and what would happen The author keeps this story clean and easy to follow This book begins a few hundred years after Fleet Academy It has some familiar names and lots of action My only single gripe is how often the exclamation point is used This was my complaint with the previous novels in the series After seeing so many it kinda cheapens it when they should [...]


    15. Good readThis series so far is good but to me there seem to be some holes in the story, it doesn t take away from the overall story but it does leave you guessing just a bit, but I do like to know the backstory, and would like to see that filled in but that s just me personally Otherwise a good read with decent characters and a fairly solid foundation, definitely am going to keep on with the series.


    16. Wonderful storyThis volume in the lang Slaver Wars series is another terrific story It was quite difficult to put down kept me reading until 2 30 in the morning I would have given it a resounding five stars ere it not for the apparent lack of good proofreading There were far too many missing punctuation marks, d missing words.


    17. Excellent well, at least pretty good military sci fi, space operaDespite somewhat cardboard characters, i love this series of books and will buy the remaining three eventually I did lose a night or two trying to finish the books from this series Plot and the world setup is great


    18. Another good oneI have fully enjoyed reading the continuing adventures, that the human federation of plants series gives I am looking forward to the next book I am sure that their enemy s will look to strike back soon.


    19. HomerunIndeed These series of books have captured my attention Well paced Good character development Great action Little much on hyperspace sickness, but since each book can stand on its own it s understandable This book is a good read.




    20. Great action in this readI have enjoyed reading this book The series is great for the science fiction fan I look forward to the next volume.


    21. I am really enjoying this series The characters are interesting, the space battles are believable and the author does not get bogged down with too much technology.


    22. Keeping up with a good story I absolutely cant stand the way the author is handling the A.I s on the human ships Way too fluffy with old school ideas of wanting them to be no spoilers.


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