Read Devil's Due (Destroyermen, #12) Online Free - New York Times bestselling author Taylor Anderson continues the thrilling Destroyermen series of alternate history and military strategy, as the conflict is about to become terrifyingly personal....
Captain Matt Reddy and the crew of the USS Walker have been fighting for their lives ever since their ship was swept from the Pacific to another world and they became embroiled in a deadly conflict between their Lemurian allies and the ravening Grik.
But things are about to get worse. With Reddy's family and allies held prisoner by the mad General Kurokawa, the mysterious League and evil Dominion plotting schemes of their own, and the Grik trying to build their swarm and concentrate power, Reddy faces danger on all sides.
Although desperate to confront Kurokawa, Captain Reddy fears he's subordinating the war effort for personal reasons. But Kurokawa is too dangerous to be left alone. With the mighty League battleship Savoie at his command, he plots a terrible vengeance against Reddy and his tiny, battered destroyer.
The stage is set for a devastating cataclysm, and Reddy and his allies will have to risk everything to protect what they hold dear.
|Title||:||Devil's Due (Destroyermen, #12)|
|Number of Pages||:||496 pages|
June 13, 2017
“Devil’s Due” is the 12th volume in The Destroyermen epic, and is absolutely true to its ancestry. Many “alternate history” books and series are centered on either how cool it would be if we could go back to year Y with modern technology T, or on what history might look like if a single event had...
June 20, 2017
This book was pretty good. It is starting to fall into some of the same traps of long series though.
It's covering so wide an area of two (or four) different wars, so many different plotlines and characters, it's getting very complicated. I still enjoyed it, but I don't think I remember a ton of t...
June 16, 2017
At this point in the series, a spoiler-free review is just too hard, so I'm going to let it all out. So, Blood in the Water was a mixed bag for me, I thought Taylor Anderson wrote it quite well and the story was interesting, culminating in an epic carrier battle, but I HATED the Savoie-Amerika su...
June 24, 2017
I am enjoying this series and it's well written for the most part but my only issue is that it now seems so drawn out. You read the latest volume and hope to see some progress in the war, and you do read it of various battles and skirmishes but as I see it no real progress.
SPOILER ALERT - The onl...
July 09, 2017
A twelve-page Cast of Characters, an eight-page list of equipment Specifications (ships, aircraft and ordnance), a couple maps and a couple pages of Recognition Silhouettes, and epic battles -- Anderson's annual alternate-world-war slugfest is as satisfying as ever. With multiple enemies and mult...
July 04, 2017
Let me say, I love this series. Read from the beginning, and I look forward to the single release each year. As I've stated in recent reviews of this series, Anderson has done TOO good a job of world building. One book a year can't possibly update all he has going on in this alternate universe. T...
July 05, 2017
If you're reading this then you must enjoy Anderson's Destroyermen series. This is book 12 and is suspenseful and intriguing. If you don't know the series start with the first book "Into the Storm." This book is excellent and a must read. Can't wait for the follow-up!!!
July 18, 2017
The Destroyermen series continues. This installment focuses on the African front, as the Alliance, with new friends, prepares to assault the Grik heartland. Kurokawa still remains on Zanzibar, however, and must be dealt with.
The scope of the series is becoming worryingly broad, but Mr. Anderson s...
August 04, 2017
Enjoyed this, but I think this series has gone on long enough.
The Captain Ready/alliance scores a large victory against Kirakawa and all that he commands and kills him. No more Kirakawa. The dominion is still a problem and "the league" is being made out to be a very big bad in terms of their abi...
July 25, 2017
This books builds up slowly to the action and I found myself struggling through all the details that builds the world of the destroyermen. Perhaps the details help with building the overall image of the struggle, but if you have read the other books it gets a little redundant. So why the five sta...