Donnerschläge

Donnerschl ge Mitte des Jahrhunderts Nach einer verheerenden Invasion wird die Menschheit von den au erirdischen Kurian beherrscht die nachts auf der Erde Gestalt annehmen udn nach dem Blut der Menschen d rsten

  • Title: Donnerschläge
  • Author: E.E. Knight
  • ISBN: 9783453526174
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mitte des 21 Jahrhunderts Nach einer verheerenden Invasion wird die Menschheit von den au erirdischen Kurian beherrscht die nachts auf der Erde Gestalt annehmen udn nach dem Blut der Menschen d rsten Doch eine Handvoll Rebellen leistet erbitterten Widerstand.

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    1. Another excellent story in the series, this time most takes place outside the U.S. & adds a lot to the world. As usual, heroic measures are taken, but there are no perfect heroes. More, a Kurian is interviewed. Very cool. Excellently read as always.This is the third book in the series & I highly recommend any one who wants to read it do so in order. You won't be lost if you start here, but you'll lose a lot of the flavor.

    2. THERE IS HOW MANY OF THESE BOOKS??! I did not realize how many there was till i started writing this review, this reinforces my primary bitch about this series, BIGGER BOOKS. Please?I asked nice.The hero has no flaws.He is Arnold and Chuck Norris all rolled into one with a side of Jet Li, he will kick your assd he is like an awesome Sea captain as well.Is there anything he can not do? No.Is his father just as awesome? Even more awesome you find out is genetic awesome, yet his dad got killed by d [...]

    3. These books are starting to feel a bit gratuitous to me. I'm not exactly sure where we're headed, and the novels are missing some of the details that character driven readers like me are interested in. I like Valentine, but he just doesn't seem like a real person to me. He's too perfect. This volume ended on a major cliffhanger and left me with too many questions.

    4. Valentine hits the Carribean in this very interesting installment. A little more background is given and it ends with a heck of a cliff hanger. A satisfying read.

    5. The book continued my mainlining of this series. I was out doing fieldwork, and reading this book. (I once tried to explain it to my coworker, who doesn't read science fiction. That didn't go well.)I sort of figured he'd become a Bear now, because he had done Wolf and Cat, but, ha ha nope! So that was pleasant. And more Ahn-Kha, which I really enjoyed. A ship, several different places - Haiti even gets a stop. Please do this, more novels. (I appreciate the differences in the territories, which I [...]

    6. I like this series, a lot. what the hell? Why is no one talking about this? Eventhough i don't enjoy sea adventures or like stories set into tropic areas, i enjoyed this very much. It's such a good idea, and I'm kinda sad that it's not a bigger deal for people. Other stories are, so why can't be this one?

    7. Three installments in to this series and the author is still writing solid interesting stories. Love the way you can see Valentine changing his world view as the series progresses.

    8. Tale of the Thunderbolt is the third installment in the VAMPIRE EARTH series. Each book has so far followed the story of David Valentine, post-apocalyptic warrior extraordinaire. In this third volume, Southern Command has sent David on a mission to bring back a secret weapon that lays hidden somewhere on the Haitian side of Hispaniola. David has been undercover for over a year in preparation for this mission, and has done things for the sake of humanity that he dares not speak of.The David Valen [...]

    9. Book three in the Vampire Earth series, Tale of the Thunderbolt continues the story of David Valentine, soldier and infiltrator for Southern Command, one of the last outposts fighting against the tyrannical rule of the Kur and their bloodthirsty minions. As the story begins, the year is 2070 and the Kur have ruled early for more than forty years. David is undercover as a Coastal Marine in the service of Kur, and manages to get himself posted to the Thunderbolt, an armored, former icebreaker-turn [...]

    10. This is the third book in the near future "Vampire Earth" series, featuring David Valentine as a young up-and-coming leader in the resistance against alien invaders (The Kurian Invasion from 48 years before). Rest assured, this is not a "vampire" book or series. The term vampire here merely refers to the aliens' method of feeding off of "'auras" found in all living things, but particularly strong in humans.The author's strength lies in world building as evidenced by the complex society of Kurs t [...]

    11. ***** "Tale of the Thunderbolt" (Vampire Earth #3) is a gunboat rebel Cat David Valentine tries to take over. E.E. Knight, muscular in the author photo, has a strong style that tugs you into an up-close scratch and bite war, tumbling with surprises, humor, and an explicit romance scene in this episode. Is he prophetic, with New Orleans destruction around 2022, as part of worldwide plague and disaster paving the way for alien conquerors? A few other Lifeweavers [one with a special debt] from the [...]

    12. The third installment of vampire earth is another exciting tale of David Valentine. This one is unique so far in that it takes place mostly in the Caribbean on a ship. Valentine is looking for a weapon to bring back to the Ozarks to help Southern Command try to get a leg up on the Kurians. We meet another set of awesome characters and get to see a new part of the world under the Kurians. I really liked Post and Carrasca and hope they are in more of these books. I am also really glad that Ahn-Ka [...]

    13. Tale of the Thunderbolt is the third installment in the VAMPIRE EARTH series. Each book has so far followed the story of David Valentine, post-apocalyptic warrior extraordinaire. In this third volume, Southern Command has sent David on a mission to bring back a secret weapon that lays hidden somewhere on the Haitian side of Hispaniola. David has been undercover for over a year in preparation for this mission, and has done things for the sake of humanity that he dares not speak of.The David Valen [...]

    14. I thought enough of this installment to continue to procure the further volumes. Definitely a bit of a cliff hanger that hints at Book 4 but Book 3 also had a disappointment.It totally left us hanging in regards to story progress of his intermittment partner (Duvalier) who was supposed to be working to free the families of Valentine's shipmates that were living in a virtual prison-camp like company town setting. That seemed like a pretty significant operation just to be dropped cold-turkey from [...]

    15. With Valentine now a fully-fledged Cat, he goes deep undercover to investigate the rumour of a weapon that could be used in the war against the Kurian Order. For this he has to enlist in the crew of the Thunderbolt, a gunboat used to quell renegade groups and pirates but it gives him the means to venture out into the Caribbean and the island of Jamaica where the "weapon" is said to be.Not a bad instalment in the Vampire earth saga and it keeps the storyline running nicely along with new characte [...]

    16. David Valentine, former Wolf and current Cat, along with his ally Anh-Kha, a Golden One, travel incognito to the Caribbean in search of a secret weapon that is rumored to be the key to overthrowing the Kurian oppression of Earth. Many intriguing characters enrich Valentine's life and aid him in bringing the remarkable quickwood which will greatly enhance humanity's ability to defeat the Reapers. Fortunately, the sequel is already available as this book ends in a cliffhanger.

    17. It was a good story but it ended on a cliff hanger. I usually give 1 star for cliff hanger books in a series but that would be a disservice to this book so I'm just not going to rate it at all.Without the cliff hanger it would have been a 3.5 to 4. The cliff hanger would have really pissed me off if I didn't have the next book to dive into. Still, no kudos for half a story that's marketed as an entire story.

    18. Book three of the E.E. Knight, Vampire Earth, Series.In this one our intrepid hero David Valentine, travels south to Jamaica and Haiti to retrieve the secret weapon to turn the tide against the vampires.Lots of action along with some new captivating characters.And as usual Knight is not afraid to kill off some of the good guys.Oops did I say too much.Enjoyable if you are a Knight fan or a fan of cut and slash fantasy but want a changefrom the usual Trolls and Giants.

    19. I keep reading these cause I like the premise and Knight demonstrates an above average knowledge of firearms - which I really appreciate. Maybe he writes too well - sometimes the combat scenes and their aftermath are not the conducive to the "whimsy" I generally look for in my leisure reading.

    20. I couldn't believe the ending of this book once I got there! I still wish there were more magic/interaction with the Kurians, but considering I still want to come back for more, this is good. Despite my personal dislikes, I still am wanting to see what more I might find out. Great work, Knight.

    21. as a full blown undercover agent, valentine travels to the carribean to procure an important weapon against the kurians that was made by a kurian valentine learns a little bit about why the struggle for humanity is so important

    22. So far, the main character, David Valentine, has seized control of The Thunderbolt (A colossal "old-world" ship). His cunning and temperament during the overthrow of the ship, as well as his conversations with his comrades are entertaining in a James Bond kind of way, as well as amusing.

    23. I was pretty excited to read about Valentine out on the high seas as I love this series so far and am always a sucker for a good nautical story. The action was somewhat subdued compared to it's predecessors however I enjoyed it from start to finish and look forward to more.

    24. This is the only book in this series I was not a big fan of. I felt the story went too far off course for my liking and it lost the uniqueness and the magic that the story had with the first two books.

    25. This was much better than Book 2, and finally get's interesting again. Lots of action, interesting plot twists, and a romantic interest. Much more well rounded, and the ending is a great opening for Book 4.

    26. Not Bad at all. It kept me pretty entertained. A little twisting to the story, moving into the Caribbean. The whole "Navy Scene" keeps it interesting. Valentine continues to kick ass and take names.

    27. The first half of this book didn't seem nearly as strong as the first two books but it picked up in the second half and the ending of the book was very good.I'll definitely be continuing on in the series to see how Mr. Valentine progresses.

    28. Probably the best of the Vampire Earth series so far. Knight's been very good so far about not retreading ground and doesn't have any qualms about having his setting evolve. Again, a good light read.

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