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Iron Gray Sea (Destroyermen) [Hardcover]

Taylor Anderson
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  • Hardcover: 421 pages
  • Publisher: Roc; 1 Reprint edition (3 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0451464540
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451464545
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 16 x 22.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 303,758 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars - I think? 4 July 2012
Unlike some of the earlier books, this one is action packed - too much in fact. Iron Gray Sea is certainly a good read - well-written action, nicely paced, and we see a bit of each of our favourite characters. But this book, while the same length as its predecessors feels unfulfilling. The reason is that the Grand Alliance has 7 separate major plot threads, a few of which have many smaller branches. And of course, the Grik have a couple as well. If we count even the small ones, I think there are 17 distinct threads. A lot is going on, and the increasing cast is scattered across the known world. There are many battles and conflicts, but only O-Reddy and walker get a truly significant chunk to themselves. Of course, this is supposedly our main thread but many of our favourite characters aren't on Walker any more. For example, all we see of 'Major' Chack (his promotion to Colonel in the previous book is ignored) is his being ordered off of USS Walker to fly to Manila to put together a commando Marine unit. I'm not counting that as even a minor plot thread, because we don't hear about him at all except at the end when we get a line telling his efforts are coming along but not as fast as hoped. Of course, we're probably going to see a lot of him inthe next book but not following a character who has been central to the series since its beginning leaves an empty hole in the book. Others, like Laney and Garett, get even less.

The only characters followed as actual characters (rather than people through which we see epic battles and dramatic events) are Captain Reddy and Sandra Tucker.

This book remedies all the previous complaints about not enough action. But in this book its so full that several of the scenes feel skipped over or rushed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice save Mr. Anderson 23 July 2012
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He is BACK!
I was losing hope after the last few books, which some were still good reads but lacked the thrill from the first three. This one is just great, and I will hope he continues down this path. Im am all though beginning to hope that we will soon see an and to some of the enemies that are just to dislikeable to follow for the long read (I love a great bad guy/guys, but some just has to little charm to have running around for to long) . A big great battle to end one of the enemy fractions is what I continue to hope for, and maybe something IS about to happen, it certainly ends with a promise for the next one.

But the book is ecxellent, the battlesscenes are fantastic, and the anoying political dramas are nicely written down to a few pages, I like my books to have their actions in the battlefield and not in the courthouses and government offices, but since you can never have one without the other, the balance here is just fine.

If you liked the first three books, and have hoped for something similar (especially Rising Tides were a big disappointment to me), this will keep you in your lawnchair long after the sun has set.
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5.0 out of 5 stars husband loved it 31 Dec 2013
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i bought this for my husband for xmas it arrived quickly and was very convieniently del to a local shop which was great
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