Summary

Five thousand years after Sun Tzu writes The Art of War, his advice is followed during the Fourth Interstellar War between the terrible Bugs and the humans, who are aided by their catlike Orion allies.
©1997 David Weber & Steve White (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By CBrandt on 02-10-16

Very one dimentional people

I like this book for the exciting battels and surprises but comparet to other books by David Weber the people are very one dimentional in this story. Politicians are always and compleatly bad. Military people are always good and never makes mistakes unless they are missing information, and they are ALWAYS compleatly selfsacrificing. (I'm not exaggerating here)

If you can ignore this and just want some good space battels it is still a good book.

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5 out of 5 stars
By T. M on 17-02-16

One of my favorite all time military sci-fi

What did you love best about In Death Ground?

Detailed Battles, but not to the extent where it become repetitive. A use of past tense to cover some battles is refreshing.

Which character – as performed by Marc Vietor – was your favorite?

He has some excellent voices for many of the characters.

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Jordan on 08-03-16

Amazing

One of my favorite books. I have read it 3 times and when I so it on Audile I had to get it. The narrator has is amazing and does a great job.

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