Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Michael A. Stackpole is the author of many science fiction and fantasy novels in the BattleTech series. He is also the New. Lethal Heritage (original).jpg Series, Blood of Kerensky Trilogy Lethal Heritage, by Michael A. Stackpole, is the first book in the Blood of Kerensky trilogy. Blood of Kerensky: Lethal Heritage Bk. 1 by Michael A. Stackpole, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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I listened to the Audiobook over on Audible. Brought back memories of playing Battletech universe tabletop and video games back in the days. The action is great, storyline is rich and intriguing, character development and descriptions are also great. Twenty years ago or so I read this book and thought it was just great. The ramifications of having that much power, and what it would really mean in terms of a war, is barely lethall on in this book.
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You submitted the following rating and review. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Feb 16, Robert rated it really liked it. It could easily have been cut by half. At the time I wasn’t much older than the “second generation” characters in the book – Kai Allard, Phelan Kell and the others.
Mostly he just doubts himself a lot, or so kerennsky are told. He gets a Moment of Awesome TM in the book. Blood Legacy Blood of Kerensky Book 2.
The review must be at least 50 characters long. The politics are well played out and you start to get a feel for the different societies. May 01, Magussartori rated it liked it Shelves: This is the order of the books in the Clan Era: Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Read reviews that mention inner sphere science fiction clan invasion lethal heritage battletech universe warrior heritave years ago phelan kell battletech fans battletech books battletech book stackpole clans action victor kai war battle force introduction.
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I especially like the way Stackpole writes and describes ‘Mech combat. The author does a great job of highlighting many of the prominent factions within Battletech lore, making each one seem interesting and at least somewhat justified in their bids for power within the setting. I first read this book almost 20 years ago and since starting to reread the Battletech series of books I’ve been looking forward to this one. One person found this helpful.
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Even though this is the heeritage of a trilogy, it is not the first of a storyline. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Blood of Kerensky is one of the best written and greatest stories in the entire BattleTech series. Thus began my love of battle tech. Surely something that dangerous could easily target an enemy mech on the ground and annihilate it from space.
Aug 11, Craig a. If you want to truly appreciate the Battletech universe, you need to know where it all began. Share your thoughts with other customers. Open Preview See a Problem? We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.
Lethal Heritage by Michael A. Stackpole
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Return to Book Page. For the past years, since the Star League collapse and the rise of the Five Successor States, these mortal enemies have blpod over space, land, and politics. Rather I think that the stories were severely handicapped by their short format, which was likely not in the author’s control.
I am not sure I have the time or will to follow along, but who knows – maybe at some point in the future. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
This really is the must read trilogy for anyone into the Battletech universe. Normally I skip past the shelf in the bookstore where all of the RPG tie-in books live: They’d think plainly and directly about what they were feeling, which just felt condescending. One series that stuck with me from my childhood was the “Blood of Kerensky” series by Michael Stackpole.
Rather I think that the stories were These novelettes were absolutely entertaining, but they weren’t what I would call well written.