Jonathan P. Brazee
Lieutenant
September 09, 2018 Comments.. 536
Lieutenant As a certified Federation hero Sergeant Ryck Lysander is offered a commission as a second lieutenant Only he doesn t feel like a hero and his tendency to jump into a fight himself is at odds with h

  • Title: Lieutenant
  • Author: Jonathan P. Brazee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As a certified Federation hero, Sergeant Ryck Lysander is offered a commission as a second lieutenant Only, he doesn t feel like a hero, and his tendency to jump into a fight himself is at odds with his mission as a junior office Accepting his commission might have been a big mistake.When contact with an alien species is finally made, that contact is not peaceful, andAs a certified Federation hero, Sergeant Ryck Lysander is offered a commission as a second lieutenant Only, he doesn t feel like a hero, and his tendency to jump into a fight himself is at odds with his mission as a junior office Accepting his commission might have been a big mistake.When contact with an alien species is finally made, that contact is not peaceful, and Ryck is thrust back into combat, combat that does not end well and plunges Ryck into an emotional crisis Thrown the lifeline of transferring to Marine Reconnaissance, where he is back to being a fighter and not responsible for as many subordinates, this is Ryck s last chance to determine if he has what it takes to be a leader of Marines.Lieutenant is the third book of Ryck s service as a Federation Marine.

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    1 Blog on “Lieutenant

    1. Jim says:

      “The most terrible job in warfare is to be a second lieutenant leading a platoon when you are on the battlefield.” Dwight D. EisenhowerA great Sergeant would probably make a poor Lieutenant. That’s not a statement everyone would like but that’s probably as true as it gets. I have had Sergeants who, once I gave the orders, got everything done. Then I’ve had great Sergeants who got most everything that I wanted done before I had a chance to tell them to do it! Officer Candidate School is [...]

    2. Jon says:

      Ryck Lysander, the hero of the story, is dealing with some very real survivor's guilt and marital problems. He's grown in personal maturity. The author (Brazee) has done a fantastic job of describing life in the military, while bringing out some pretty good sci-fi.This series is starting to become a favorite. They need to do a much better job of updating the cover but otherwise, this is a book to read.

    3. Dale (Aus) says:

      Good reading. I am enjoying the progress of the story and the main characters.

    4. David says:

      From the first book, to this one, you can see Mr. Brazee's spinning of a tale mature. I will be honest in saying I originally picked up the book to read because it was the Corps, and my family and I have served. What I wasn't expecting was to see how it changed over the centuries, but the author does it justice and with respect. Some may complain that it jumps around a bit, but with the story he is telling it works. The fast forwarding cuts out a lot of what would be fluff and keeps the story ro [...]

    5. Howard Brazee says:

      Third book in a series with interstellar Marines very much like modern U.S. marines except missing women - serving a federation of Big Business planets. Other books showed more about the problems in this federation - and showed rebel forces have women serving.This one had the protagonist as a Lieutenant, fighting some aliens who don't appear to be bad guys. I'd like to know more about this alien species.I asked the author (who is a retired US Marine Colonel) what the next book in the series will [...]

    6. Ray Carter says:

      Good seriesI have read the first three books in this series and recommend them as an excellent portrait of man in combat. The stories are sharply crafted and peopled with believable characters. If you like military fiction written by a good author, grab hold and hold on.

    7. Alison says:

      Solid follow-up!Entertaining and not too complicated. Enjoyable and realistic characters, although the capys are a bit oddSeries gets stronger with each book.

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