Singularity: Star Carrier: Book Three

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HarperCollins, Feb 28, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
30 Reviews
Humankind’s vast intergalactic power struggle and future war to bring down an insidious evil alien empire reaches an explosive, page-turning climax in Ian Douglas’s Singularity, the third book in his New York Times bestselling Star Carrier series. Blisteringly exciting military science fiction in the vein of the hit TV series “Battlestar Galactica,” Singularity pits determined space soldiers against a powerful race of creatures bent upon the total annihilation of a human race on the brink of technological transcendence. A notable descendant of such classic military sf novels as Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War and Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein, Singularity will not disappoint author Douglas’s every-growing legion of fans as it conquers Jack Campbell, Rick Shelley, John Ringo, David Sherman and Dan Cragg loyalists as well.

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A great ending to the Star Carrier Trilogy. - Goodreads
Most disappointing though was the ending. - Goodreads
Also the plot, of the series,depends on magic. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Cataloger623 - LibraryThing

This was the last book in the Star Carrier series. While story was full of tactics and space battles, the resolution to the central conflict of the book, man merging to be one with his technology, was a little bit unsatisfying. Read full review

Review: Singularity (Star Carrier #3)

User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

For this whole series, I must admit I liked the plot more than the story telling. As other people have mentioned a lot of repitition of explanations some almost word for word. I cant help but think if this series was one book rather than 3 it could have been really good Read full review

About the author (2012)

Ian Douglas is the author of the popular military SF series The Heritage Trilogy, The Legacy Trilogy, and The Inheritance Trilogy. A former naval corpsman, he lives in Pennsylvania.

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