The Protector's War

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Penguin, 2005 - Fiction - 486 pages
167 Reviews
Ten years after all of Earth's technology had been rendered useless by The Change, two thriving communities in Oregon's Willamette Valley are confronted by a dangerous new challenge when the totalitarian Protectorate prepares to seek control over their priceless farmland. By the author of Dies the Fire.
  

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I really liked the character development in this book. - Goodreads
Finally some major battles and a harrowing ending! - Goodreads
Stirling's a good descriptive writer. - Goodreads
First, the actual writing is extremely awkward. - Goodreads
I do love the characters and the plot. - Goodreads
... i have serious qualms with Stirling's writing. - Goodreads

Review: The Protector's War (Emberverse #2)

User Review  - knittingandroid - Goodreads

So, I really like these books but there is only so much I can handle at once. They're so wordy. While I think descriptive books make amazing audiobooks, I think that there's a point where the similes ... Read full review

Review: The Protector's War (Emberverse #2)

User Review  - Patti Mallin - Goodreads

Still a compelling story but already going down hill. seems like the author intends for things to be surprise plot twists but the reader sees them coming from chapters away. of course I will read the third one... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
42
Section 3
69
Section 4
87
Section 5
109
Section 6
124
Section 7
136
Section 8
166
Section 13
282
Section 14
304
Section 15
335
Section 16
348
Section 17
366
Section 18
407
Section 19
418
Section 20
440

Section 9
194
Section 10
208
Section 11
242
Section 12
258
Section 21
466
Section 22
489
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About the author (2005)

S. M. Stirling is the author of numerous novels, both on his own and in collaboration. A former lawyer and an amateur historian, he lives in the Southwest with his wife, Jan.

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