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Bitter Glory: Crimson Worlds Prequel Audible – Unabridged

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This short story opens a window into the past of Fleet Admiral Augustus Garrett. It shows in graphic and engaging detail the evolution of a glory mad youth into a hardened career officer. This is not a feel good book. If you always look for a happy ending, this is not for you. The editing could use a bit of work. There were multiple type face fonts and font sizes in the book. However, other editing errors were minimal and well done.

Overall, this novella is well worth the money for a peek at the formation of one of the main protagonists of the Crimson Worlds series. I recommend it for anyone who is a fan of the Crimson Worlds series.
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I like the Crimson Worlds series. This little short story is a prequel to the main series and features Fleet Admiral Garrett back when he was ship commander Garrett and has his first ship command. As always, Allan has thought out the military technology of the story and weaves it into the plot. But more importantly, there is some real drama here, as Garrett is forced to choose between military accomplishment and glory, and the sacrifice of much that is important to him. This is the real theme of the story and author Jay Allan carries it off particularly well. RJB.
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This book follows the past writing style of Jay Allan. It fills in much of the background need to understand one of his most endearing characters. Hopefully he will do the same with his other leading characters. It also gives a starting background on one of the leading adversaries, Stark. Good job Jay. THKU
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To me, this was a story about Love, as well as Glory. A story that seems to remind me to always check my own motives. All I can say right now is that I am glad that I read the series, and then read both prequels. They were all very enjoyable in that order. Now, I await the rest of the series. Thank you Mr. Allan, for a series that has become as dear to me as my reading of the Honor Harrington series. I await your next book in this series.
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What can I say? Awesome doesn't seem to be a powerful enough word! Unfortunately its the only word that comes to mind. Jay Allen has once again produced a well written book with a surprising twist at the end. I can already see a spin off series in the making. Jay I don't know if you were a Marine, but spoken by one who was, you are for the most part right on the money!
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A good addition to the series as it provides insight into one of the key players in the series.

Mr. Allan maintains the standards we, his fans, have come to expect. Tight plot, fast moving, people you'll wish were real. Very few editing errors which are so often the Achille's Heel of ebooks. A "one evening" read.
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This is the second prequel novella for the Crimson Worlds series, and as such was pretty short. That said, it was good to get another piece of the background to some of the more important characters in the series. Being background and a short prequel, I found its length to be perfectly fine. Worth the read for sure.
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As an avid fan of the Crimson World Series, I had longed for additional information on the second most important character - Fleet Admiral Augustus Garrett. Jay has done an excellent job in this Prequel of exploring his history. The focus on the seminal events that shaped his course through life was a good read.
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