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To The Shores ... (The Empire's Corps Book 6) by [Nuttall, Christopher]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 6 of 14 in The Empire's Corps (14 Book Series)

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I like most of Christopher Nuttall's books and this is no exception.
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By Jeff N.B VINE VOICE on 19 Sept. 2013
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I have enjoyed most of the books in Mr Nuttall's Empire Corps series and while I did enjoy To The Shores I found that there are aspects of his books I do not like.

First the good.

As always it is fast paced adventure, this time a classic siege and rescue storey with lost of in a "will they won't they" moments. Goodies who are really good and baddies who are really bad in the best traditions of Saturday morning kids picture shows.

Now the not so good.

Mr Nuttall seems to be developing a Rape fetish that I find a little unhealthy. The subject seems to crop up on far more pages than I feel the stories need.

We are given to believe that the fallen "Empire" has taken some where between 3 and 5 Thousand years to colonise the Galaxy. so how come they are still using bullet firing rifles, RPG's, IED's, tracked tanks, and helicopters.

Also the political lectures that we are subject to at the head of each chapter and at the end do not endear me to the author or his politics.

No this series is going down hill and needs to have a bit of a rethink. Three stars is generous.
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I continue to be impressed by Mr Nuttalls stories, in particular the Empires Corps series. This book is again different to those that have gone before it and provides the reader with a great reunion with Stalkers Stalkers. He has no trouble making the stories exciting and interesting. Once again Mr Nuttall concentrates on the characters instead of techno babble. He uses references to our real world and tells the story in a way that the reader can relate to, making it all the more gripping as you can fully immerse yourself into the book. There were a couple of little bits I found not to my personal liking, such as the references by Leo to 20th/21st century conflicts which most people even now have trouble recalling let alone several thousand years in the future, but I will not dwell on it here as it is a purely personal thought and has no bearing on the way the story is told or its quality, (I do however understand Mr Nuttalls reasons for using the references...)I was somewhat shocked to have my favourite character killed off, but it goes to show that Mr Nuttall isn't afraid to take chances with the stories he writes. Please keep it going I really enjoy this series.
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As I read Nuttall's latest book I think he has a lot to say about India. Although he has a smattering of 'normal' Indian characters in this and his other books, it is difficult to break away from the idealised 'western' view that eminates from the marines. This, like other novels smacks a little too much of Nuttall's pro-authoritarian agenda and western viewpoint.

The Indian society that Nuttall's exerts exists and existed all around the world. It could even be argued that it still exists today in the poverty dependent wage slave culture we have today. But the minute you pin it to a culture, place or people it smacks of hypocrisy.

The marines could be seen as oppressors and abusers by another faction on Avalon.

Nuttall's seems to be aware of all this, even his own shortcomings and is brave enough to put something out there that is challenging and makes you think. The characters are constantly questioning their 'right' to take actions and their position to challenge authority.

One of the best plots and a great 'will they make it?' pace that is challenging. Like most of Nuttall's work, nobody wins.

A tale about power and corruption.
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Woof, oh gosh. Just finished book six. Read part to my attack ferret but, despite years of training and having completed many a hazardous mission up trouser legs, he had a bit of a breakdown. I am told he will spend years in psychotherapy. I might be joining him. The book, ah yes, the book. Hard, well written, characters to loath, love, hate and everything between. It carries the story ever onward as humans show all the very worst qualities and then some. Some of these could be based on politician, dentists, lawyers. It is thoroughly sickening and you end up hoping the good guys win. Will they? I'll have to find out I suppose. For now, three woofs on the new revised helical scale. I'm going to take a bag of doggy biscuits and eat them on my masters bed. Woof woof.
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I have been following this series avidly, and largely enjoying it. I've even paid for further books in the series after getting the first one as a free offer, which I do very seldom.
I have found in the series, echoes of the Asimov Foundation series, which is what drew me in, but it's been given a unique treatment. Unfortunately, the repeated graphic description of callous manipulation, and sexual and physical abuse of the weak by the strong, and also the constant political lectures which interrupt and pull me out of the action, have finally tried my patience too much. I shan't be buying any more.
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Another must read in the Empire Corps saga. The Terran Marines reinvented with each book as the years pass and the death of the Empire becomes apparent
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A return to the story line of books, but extending into a new area - going beyond Avalon to establish diplomatic links. I found this story line more contrived than others in the series, especially in respect to the choice of planet for diplomatic consultations. I'm also not sure how much I like this author's moving from one story line to another in a series (book 5 and book 3 deal with completely different stories), but I shall see how the series develops.
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