Crusade: Destroyermen

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Penguin, Oct 7, 2008 - Fiction - 416 pages
15 Reviews
The ?gripping and riveting?( S.M. Stirling, author of The Scourge of God) Destroyermen saga continues.

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Reddy, along with the men and women of the USS Walker, have chosen sides in a war not of their making. Swept from the World War II Pacific into an alternate world, they have allied with the Lemurians?a mammalian race threatened by the warlike reptilian Grik.

The Lemurians are vastly outnumbered and ignorant of warfare, and even the guns and technology of Walker cannot turn the tide of battle. Luckily they are not alone?Reddy finally finds Mahan, the other destroyer that passed through the rift. Together, the two American ships will teach the Lemurians to make a stand. Or so they think.

For the massive Japanese battleship Amagi, the very ship that Walker was fleeing from when the rift took them, has followed them through. And now the Amagi is in the hands of the Grik.
  

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Review: Crusade (Destroyermen #2)

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Loved this second installment of the Destroyermen series. Had just the right amounts of action, and the characters really stand out in this one. It isn't often that a story gets me choked up, but I'd ... Read full review

Review: Crusade (Destroyermen #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

Loved this second installment of the Destroyermen series. Had just the right amounts of action, and the characters really stand out in this one. It isn't often that a story gets me choked up, but I'd ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 4
EPILOGUE
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About the author (2008)

Taylor Anderson is a gunsmith, re-enactor, and history professor. He is the author of the Destroyermen Series which involves three U.S. ships and their fight against the Grik. The series includes the titles Into the Storm, Crusade, Maelstrom, Rising Tides, and Iron Gray Sea. His last title in this series, Deadly Shores, made The New York Times Best Seller List in 2014.

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