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False Colors (Wing Commander) Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1998
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Something happened to Geoffrey Tolwyn in the years between the Kilrathi war and the Border Worlds conflict (the setting for Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom) that dramatically changed the admiral, with disastrous consquences for mankind. This book offers the first hint of what caused a man of Tolwyn's stature and accomplishment to fall from grace. That is a small part of the book, however, and even if you aren't interested in Tolwyn specifically you can still enjoy the storyline. This book is far superior to Forstchen's prequel "Action Stations", which I didn't rate very highly.
I look forward to the next book, which will hopefully bridge the gap between Heart of The Tiger and The Price of Freedom.