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Really enjoyable and a good page turner, looking forward to book 3 Closer to the Lost Fleet books, being a bitpolitical than the first of the series Still not as good lacks the combat excitement to go alongside but an improvement looking forward to book three. much better than the previous novel cuts way back on the cliched political observations and focuses on the action, which is superb, but also including enough detail about the world to make it feel real. This is a continuation of the story begun in Stark s War, and I found it to be just as enjoyable as the first book.Mr Hemry delivers military science fiction well, creating believable characters and engaging, enjoyable stories.This was an excellent read for me, and I highly recommend it. Solid read Improvement over the previous book. This was a decent book in this trilogy I like this author s later work much better as his writing has improved a lot and his character development is much better. This was one of the sci fi series books I had to push myself to finish I enjoyed the Lost Fleet series but this was pretty bad I just started Stark s Crusade immediately after this one. Clearly how I remember the military was trending at it s worst Taken beyond anything existing now but I could see this happening if the trends continue on their worst possible curve. Stark s Command picks up where Stark s War left off, and it doesn t disappoint The scope of the book spreads from pointing out the problems with the military which accurately reflect real problems in the military and corporate America to include how Stark deals with these problems.With the broader scope, civilian problems and politics are introduced into the mix Stark is forced to determine where his priorities lie, why he is fighting the war, and how to lead without hurting the people he ca Stark s Command picks up where Stark s War left off, and it doesn t disappoint The scope of the book spreads from pointing out the problems with the military which accurately reflect real problems in the military and corporate America to include how Stark deals with these problems.With the broader scope, civilian problems and politics are introduced into the mix Stark is forced to determine where his priorities lie, why he is fighting the war, and how to lead without hurting the people he cares about Characterization is much richer in this book than the last book, and when soldiers die, the reader can feel Stark s upset and pain.Also presented in the book are the author s ideal civilian one who respects the sacrifices of the military and helps as much as possible, rather than ignoring and reviling soldiers and the ideal politician one who serves the people and does not try to line his pockets.The archetypes are poignant and realistic, while at the same time being sympathetic and retaining some individuality The book is still a little preachy about the theme, but it is less noticeable than in the first book.For the action junkies, there areexplosions and battles, too `DOWNLOAD E-PUB ⇱ Stark's Command ✕ United States military forces on the moon have overthrown the ranking officers and placed Sergeant Ethan Stark in command Now, in addition to fighting a merciless enemy on the moon s surface, Stark must contend with the US government s reaction to his mutiny