Battletech 44 Threads Of Ambition Book 01 Of The Capellan Soluti Mass Market Paperback – Apr 2 1999
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Sarna's bright afternoon sunlight beat down on the carved gray rock of the amphitheater, picking out the dark cracks that had formed naturally over time and bringing out the rich grain of the redwood stage. Read the first page
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Sun Tzu is still hungry for power and does not care the least bit for his people! The first new elected Star Lord is the first one to abuse that position, too. I know the result of this two book "solution" and hope he will pay for that.
The authors really do have problems: they do not know enough of militarian behaviour. To make their goals available - most of the time against all odds - the heroes must be nearly unbeatable or "immortal" and the opponents must act stupid!
The CC was the smallest of the "big Houses" and owned a downed military. So how does it come to that famous victories for them? ==> Shifting the odds (by the author)!
Once I liked the CC for its exotic and religious ways and the peace!!full way of Asian philosophy (even the mad ancestors did not threaten that image) but this Sun Tzu is one to cast away!
I hope that the new Precentor Martialum will pay him back within 10 books!
It would be justice!
Like it or not, Stackpole is *the* BTech measuring stick, and no-one's measured up yet. Some have come close, and I'd have to include this novel and author. The difference is Stackpole clearly writes to an adult audience, the other authors are less clear in who they're writing to. Mostly adolescents I'd speculate.
This one falls into the latter category too. Some of the main characters aren't more than two-dimensional, and it's just an overall light read, but hey, this is BattleTech, a series based on a game; we don't read it expecting Tolstoy, we read it for a quick diversion and visit to a "cool" universe where "giant robot-like" war machines blow each other to smithereens.
This one's a good lunch-time read.
Most recent customer reviews
This was a great book; it showed how Sun Tzu Liao had to be both politically and militarily successful in his campaigns. Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2002
This book depicts the events leading to the invasion of St. Ives Compact by the Capellan Confederation. Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2000 by RKurniawan
Is it not hard to imagine the Capellan Confederation rising up as a strong Successor State again? Loren Coleman is striving to make it believable. Read morePublished on Aug. 10 2000 by Deakan
Coleman has written a great book and a cliffhanger to boot! I bought this book when it came out and by the time I had finished it I was already waiting anxiously for the next one... Read morePublished on Nov. 16 1999 by Andrew Hall
As a fan of the Capellan Confedration and Sun-Tzu Liao this book really appealed to me. Mostly all the other b-tech book portray Sun-Tzu and the Confederation as fanatics and as... Read morePublished on Oct. 30 1999
This book is filled with action and intrigue and was a delight to read. Fans awaiting the sequel can get a preview of the first chapter at FASA's Battletech website.Published on July 11 1999
The book was written well, but overall...it was really a VERY non-important part of the BTech universe. Read morePublished on May 21 1999