Trident Fury - Richard Turner

Trident Fury

By Richard Turner

  • Release Date: 2016-03-20
  • Genre: Science Fiction
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 61 Ratings)
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Captain Michael Sheridan and Master Sergeant Alan Cole are back. This time the stakes couldn't be higher. When word of a brutal Kurgan prison planet reaches Earth, the men and women of the Sixth Fleet are sent into action. From a smuggler's hideout, to a prehistoric planet to a deadly fight with the dreaded Kurgan Imperial Guard, the struggle to survive continues.

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  • Trident fury

    5
    By Gunfighter55
    I could not put this book or the two before it down once I started reading them. It fast moving with lots of excitement and some fun at the same time telling a story. 👍👍👍👍👍 Thumbs up
  • Love this series!

    4
    By TheMoistener
    I absolutely love this series and the way Richard Turner makes you feel like you are in the battle. The characters have maintained the same traits throughout the series and draw you in even more. The only con would be the many spelling errors that appear throughout the text. You will not be disappointed in purchasing Trident Fury.
  • Good story

    4
    By WDW regular
    I have just finished book 3 and will be downloading # 4. The story is very good and I'm hooked. My only problem is there is just a little too much bang bang shoot em up! Can't help notice it's very similar to Battle Star Galactica BSG 75
  • Good Tension

    5
    By Cdriddle
    The many different angles that this story unfolded made the tension of the scenarios so aggravating and the only way to clear that aggravation was to keep reading. It makes one not want to put the book down. Some errors

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