The Path of Duty (Siobhan Dunmoore Book 2)

  • Title: The Path of Duty (Siobhan Dunmoore Book 2)
  • Author: Eric Thomson
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  • Page: 265
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  • The Path of Duty Siobhan Dunmoore Book Duty honour loyalty What meaning did those words still hold in the midst of a stalemated interstellar war where the difference between the enemy and one s own leadership was sometimes paper thin Unf
    Duty, honour, loyalty What meaning did those words still hold in the midst of a stalemated interstellar war where the difference between the enemy and one s own leadership was sometimes paper thin Unfairly relegated to punishment duty far from the battle lines and still pursued by her past, Siobhan Dunmoore was ordered to sail her ship deep into pirate infested space onDuty, honour, loyalty What meaning did those words still hold in the midst of a stalemated interstellar war where the difference between the enemy and one s own leadership was sometimes paper thin Unfairly relegated to punishment duty far from the battle lines and still pursued by her past, Siobhan Dunmoore was ordered to sail her ship deep into pirate infested space on a quest to restore the Navy s reputation after she failed to stop an attack that destroyed a civilian freighter There, she hoped to find clues that might absolve the crew of the Stingray from blame but instead, she was sucked into a vortex of intrigue and treachery that threatened not only all of their lives, but the future of the embattled Commonwealth In the midst of competing schemes for supremacy, fending off marauders, mercenaries and spies, Dunmoore had to find a way to get her people home safe and beyond the reach of powerful cabals that had burrowed their way deep into the heart of the Admiralty If her ship was to survive, she had to find the path of duty, no matter the personal cost, even if the price she had to pay was her own existence The Path of Duty is the thrilling sequel to No Honor in Death and brings back the men and women serving aboard the Commonwealth Navy frigate Stingray.

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      Published :2019-09-21T15:24:59+00:00

    About Eric Thomson


    1. Eric Thomson is the pen name of a retired Canadian soldier with thirty one years of service, both in the Regular Army and the Army Reserve He spent his Regular Army career in the Infantry and his Reserve service in the Armoured Corps He worked as an Information Technology specialist for a number of years before retiring to become a full time author.Eric has been a voracious reader of science fiction, military fiction and history all his life Several years ago, he put fingers to keyboard and started writing his own military sci fi, with a definite space opera slant, using many of his own experiences as a soldier as an inspiration for his stories and characters When he s not writing fiction, Eric indulges in his other passions photography, hiking and scuba diving, all of which he shares with his wife.


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    1. In my review of the first book in the series, I outlined the strengths and the excellent plot created by the author. I very much enjoyed that book and finished my review by wondering whether he could maintain the interest and equality in the sequel. I am pleased to say that I enjoyed this book as much. The character continues to hold my interest and the depth and variation of the plots are very strong. The story never lets up while there is very little love interest in the book, there are severa [...]

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    2. Simplistic, Quick SciFi Read"The Path of Duty, Siobhan Dunmoore Book 2," continues the simplistic, yet enjoyable, quick SciFi read of the series. The storyline has the determined, competent, maverick and flawed heroine, Siobhan Dunmoore, skippering her redeemed crew and aging space Navy frigate, into new territory. A murky environment of espionage, political intrigue, a possible military coup against the Earth based Commonwealth Government, ancient alien artifacts, are the backdrop of latest int [...]

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    3. For me, this book was 3.5 stars. I really enjoy this author's writing and story lines. I particularly like the military aspect of the story and the interaction between the main characters. As with the first book, there was some mystery in the story which was enjoyable. My only overall disappointment was that there was not as much action as I'd hoped for. There was a bit of ship action, but that bit of gritty face to face action was absent. I wanted to see our hero's have to fight it out a little [...]

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    4. Book 2 lacks a bit of the excitement of the first book, but is big on suspense.I listened to an audiobook so spelling doesn’t count.Captain Siohban Dunmoore and her crew of the Stingray are now working together flawlessly. They have bonded and the crew have come to trust their new captain after the abuse of power by their former captain.When the Stingray answers the distress call of a disabled ship, she finds the Nico Maru abandoned by its crew, the memory banks wiped and the ship suddenly rig [...]

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    5. Sophomore slumpWhile the characters are still memorable, this story dealing with Siobhan getting in trouble by being recruited by an admiral with plans of his own for ending the war, drags a bit too much and had a bit too best of an ending. I'm hoping book 3 will be better.

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    6. Plot felt very similar to the last one. Which was disappointing

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    7. Three and a half stars. An interesting revision of "Heart of Darkness" in space. The characters remain colorful but don't develop much more. The pacing is slow at times, but the book keeps interest even if it is predictable.

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    8. More political intrigue than space adventure, but still interesting enough to keep me intrigued.

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