Firestorm - Taylor Anderson


By Taylor Anderson

  • Release Date: 2011-10-04
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Firestorm book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 168 Ratings)

Firestorm Taylor Anderson Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Designated Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, Matt Reddy must now contend with a new threat; the Dominion—humans whose lust for power matches the Grik. But even though the Grand Alliance recognizes the danger of the Dominion, it must deal with the land-based Grik first, leaving the Imperial navy—and USS Walker—with little assistance.

As war rages, more Japanese ships come through the time-space maelstrom that the Americans call The Squall. One is a “Hell Ship,” carrying prisoners of an Imperial Japan that is growing ever more ruthless in the face of looming defeat. Escorting it is a new, state-of-the-art destroyer, whose officers recognize no rules of war.

Fighting on two fronts, Reddy is plunged into a firestorm of loyalty, betrayal, and sacrifice. But nothing can prepare him for a devastating new Grik weapon—a weapon that could wipe out all who oppose them…

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  • Zeke

    By georgedi
    Engaging read, as are all books in this series. At times the author gets briefly lost in weaponry's his passion after all...but that's a minor quibble. Compelling story that draws you in. I'll just have to twist in the wind until the next installment.
  •'s getting a bit tired.

    By Matt Jones
    Decent first few books but the original thread of an idea is getting a bit lost in the new books.
  • Great read

    By umpiremac
    Fantastic storyline, what ifs are always fun. Cannot wait for the next in series.
  • Already hooked!

    By waynojax
    For historical fiction, this is a very interesting literary work. The characters are interesting, with much depth. From a raving psychopath in Silva to the courageous Capt. Redding with everything in between. A little romance, a lot of action, and a gradually awaking sense of technology, it makes for a good read. I do wonder how long it will take for the next book in the series to appear.
  • Great book, great series, can't wait for more.

    By Gig 'Em '06
    This is a great series, but be sure you start at the begging. The author does a great job creating an ever-more interesting and immersive universe, and it seems that with Firestorm he is just hitting his stride. I hope he can maintain the pace with the next installment because I can hardly wait for it!

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