Summary

This volume is the third and concluding book in the military science fiction trilogy, The Pacification of Earth. It recounts the adventures of a young ex-Marine in unifying the globe and initiating essential population, pollution, and governing reforms. He defeats a Chinese thrust for fertile land via Mongolia, fights off insurrections and attempted assassinations, and finds love.
©2013 Dean Warren (P)2014 Dean Warren
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5 out of 5 stars
By med c on 10-01-15

Imperial power

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A great conclusion to a great series. It was a very exciting story and I enjoyed listening to the audiobooks. The narrator did a great job.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Leslie F. on 02-10-16

Just okay

Like all the books in this series, there is a lot of action. The book has a very tense atmosphere, and centers around the idea of forced contraception due to world overpopulation and food shortages. I still didn't like the way women were portrayed in the book, as in the previous books. I had higher hopes for this book because a lot of it takes place in and around Russia, and I love anything to do with the Russian area. I was put off, though, by all the mispronunciations of Russian proper names on the audio version. Granted, I'm picky about that, but it may not bother other people. The plot was a bit predictable, as in the previous books. At the end of the series, I just found that I didn't really care about any of the characters.

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