Peacemaker (The Revelations Cycle Book 6)

Peacemaker The Revelations Cycle Book Peacemakers The Galactic Union s most capable enforcers and resolute negotiators their name alone elicits fear and awe among the Union s citizenry Having completed a harrowing confirmation mission J

  • Title: Peacemaker (The Revelations Cycle Book 6)
  • Author: Kevin Ikenberry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Peacemakers The Galactic Union s most capable enforcers and resolute negotiators, their name alone elicits fear and awe among the Union s citizenry Having completed a harrowing confirmation mission, Jessica Francis stands ready to become Earth s first Peacemaker and believes obtaining her commission is a mere formality However, certain members of the Guild question herPeacemakers The Galactic Union s most capable enforcers and resolute negotiators, their name alone elicits fear and awe among the Union s citizenry Having completed a harrowing confirmation mission, Jessica Francis stands ready to become Earth s first Peacemaker and believes obtaining her commission is a mere formality However, certain members of the Guild question her ability Worried that she ll fall back on her mercenary ways, they want Jessica to prove her mettle at the negotiating table before she puts on the distinctive insignia of a Peacemaker Dream Worlds are terraformed planets inhabited by multiple species living and working in harmony Operated by a governing Consortium, each carefully controlled world is marketed as a paradise, but Araf is far from The conditions are deplorable, and its three colonies are moving relentlessly toward all out war over scarce resources and broken promises A three way showdown for dominance looms can Jessica prevent war and bring back peace One thing is certain she s never walked away from a fight, and she s not going to start now.

    One thought on “Peacemaker (The Revelations Cycle Book 6)”

    1. I obtained this book through the Kindle Unlimited program.Papa Pat Rambles includes a slightly expanded version of this review: habakkuk21/2017/0Jessica Francis simply will not accept that she is overmatched. Although her choices haven't been perfect, it's the actions of others that keep dumping adversity on her, and she seems to have been born without the ability to quit.She's a former mercenary. While she was good at what she did, her incompetent, manipulative husband managed to wreck the comp [...]

    2. As a huge fan of mechs (or mechas, as they are called in this universe), thanks to Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers I was very excited to find the Four Horsemen Universe. Peacemaker (basically a sequel to the short story "Stand On It" from the A Fistful of Credits anthology) isn't about any of the mercenary companies per se but it is a great look at one of the other Guilds that makes up the Union within the Four Horsemen Universe.Jessica "Bulldog" Francis successfully completes her Peacemaker [...]

    3. This book expands on a story that began in "A Fistful of Credits" edited by Chris Kennedy and Mark Wandrey. Kevin has written a complex story about a human trying to become the Galactic Union's first human Peacemaker. She's already completed one mission, but that wasn't good enough. So now she's been sent on a seemingly impossible mission, with all but one group plotting against her. She's about to show the galaxy why humans are such good problem solvers, and while she wants to save lives, she'l [...]

    4. Interesting addition to the Four Horsemen UniverseNot what I was expecting but a well written and welcomed addition to the Four Horsemen Universe. The characters and their interactions were engaging with well thought back stories. I particularly enjoyed the way the author ties in his short story from A Fist Full of Credits.I would recommend reading A Fist Full of Credits before this.

    5. A fun read. I like military SciFi, and (like someone commented), I like the mech/battle armor concept that is reminiscent of Starship Troopers (the book, not the movie). This expanded on a good character that was introduced in "A Fistful of Credits" and it's a good one. I'm not sure I buy how they resolved a family matter, but it's a good character and I would read another one about her.

    6. Redhead to the rescueExcellent continuation of the 4HU, I hope they never stop. Force 24 needs some serious reinforcing, but I know they can do it or possibly be absorbed into one of the Four Horsemen. Wonderful job Kevin,but I expected nothing less.

    7. Fun addition to the 4 horsemen universe Well written book, with good character development and an interesting plot. I enjoyed that the author wanted to shed light on a differant guild or faction in the door horse universe.

    8. Wow This series is getting better and better!! So much action with every page. I really can't wait for the next one to come out!!

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