The Lost Fleet: Fearless

The Lost Fleet: Fearless

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Penguin Putnam
Captain John "Black Jack" Geary tries a desperate gamble to lead the Alliance Fleet home-through enemy-occupied space-only to lose half the Fleet to an unexpected mutiny.



Random House, Inc.
Captain John “Black Jack” Geary tries a desperate gamble to lead the Alliance Fleet home through enemy-occupied space in this novel in the thrilling Lost Fleet series.

Geary is convinced that the Syndics are planning to ambush the fleet and finish it off once and for all. Realizing the fleet’s best (and only) chance is to do the unexpected, Geary takes the offensive and orders the fleet to the Sancere system. There, a multitude of possible routes home give the Alliance fleet a better chance of avoiding their pursuers—and an attack on the Sancere shipbuilding facilities could decimate the Syndic war effort.
 
Weary from endless combat, the officers and crew of the Alliance fleet can’t see the sense in charging deeper into enemy territory—prompting a mutiny that divides them, and leaving Geary with the odds higher against him than ever before...

Baker & Taylor
To ward off an attack by the Syndics, Geary orders the fleet to the Sancere system where they engage in combat, which takes its toll on the officers and crew of the Alliance, prompting a mutiny that divides them--and makes them an easy target. Original.

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& Taylor

To ward off an attack by the Syndics, Geary orders the fleet to the Sancere system where they engage in combat, which takes its toll on the officers and crew of the Alliance, prompting a mutiny that divides them.

Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2007
ISBN: 9780441014767
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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mammothhawk229e
Aug 18, 2017

Just desserts on mutineers especially its "I'll save the Alliance" leader/former P.O.W.

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Rae0881
Apr 30, 2011

Good book

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20KBT10
Sep 12, 2010

I can’t help but admire the imagination of this author. The space battles are creative, the engagements detailed, creating a panoramic picture of words. Also, we don’t get to forget that the “enemy” is human, which makes the decisions not any easier to make.

Good book.

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20KBT10
Sep 12, 2010

P. 198

Geary wondered how long it would be before the Syndic commander realized that it wouldn’t be a career-enhancing move to survive with the rest of his or her flotilla intact while the Alliance leisurely trashed the star system.

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