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by Pat Kelleher

eBook Ironclad Prophecy (No Man's World) download ISBN: 1907992154
Author: Pat Kelleher
Publisher: Abaddon Books; paperback / softback edition (July 21, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1169 kb
Fb2: 1945 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

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Pat Kelleher lives in Manchester, England. No Man’s World: Ironclad Prophesy is his second novel. He has written for a wide variety of TV licensed characters across a bewildering array of media, meeting one or two celebrities along the way. He has worked for BBC Magazines, Egmont, Marvel UK, and Panini amongst others. Series: No Man's World.

Three months after the Pennine Fusiliers vanished from the Somme and found themselves stranded on an alien world, Corporal 'Only' Atkins and his Black Hang Gang are sent to track down the HMLS Ivanhoe, the Battalion's tank, currently exploring the wilderness and days overdue. The encampment is coming under attack by the alien Khungarrii, and the tank may be their only hope for a decisive victory. Fighting for their lives against the mounting horrors of No Man's World, Atkins and his men – and their alien prisoner – uncover an abandoned.

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2011) (The second book in the No Man's World series) A novel by Pat Kelleher. It has been three months since the 13th Battalion of the Pennine Fusiliers vanished from the WW1 battlefield of the Somme and found themselves stranded on an alien world. Since then, their trenches have become the target for vengeful alien attacks. The tank, Ivanhoe, is sent on the trail of Jeffries, the impostor many hold responsible for their plight.

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Three months after the Pennine Fusiliers vanished from the Somme and found themselves stranded on an alien world, Corporal 'Only' Atkins and his Black Hang Gang are sent to track down the HMLS Ivanhoe, the Battalion's tank, currently exploring the wilderness and days overdue. The encampment is coming under attack by the alien Khungarrii, and the tank may be their only hope for a decisive victory. Fighting for their lives against the mounting horrors of No Man's World, Atkins and his men - and their alien prisoner - uncover an abandoned edifice, and a terrible secret. They must bring their discovery, and the tank, back to the base, but their only hope for survival - and a way home - lie in the psychotropic fuel-addicted crew of the Ivanhoe...and its increasingly insane commander!
Comments: (7)
Dusho
This is the second book in the series and I found it as captivating and addictive as the first book. The author does an amazing job of interweaving his deep knowledge of WWI-era history with the strange and dangerous world he has imagined for his beleaguered Pennine Fusiliers.

I would highly recommend this book for anyone looking for some genuinely escapist fiction. For fans of military science fiction, this is welcome contribution to the genre.

The only downside of a book like this is that you definitely want to read the first book - The Black Hand Gang - before reading this one. Otherwise, there will not be as much drama, for you won't know the backstory.

Buy it. You won't regret it.
Karon
This is a great follow-up to the first. The world Kelleher keeps on getting more interesting and compelling. If you like alternate history, World War I, stories about historical mysteries and/or alternate worlds, I think you will find this trilogy very enjoyable. Kelleher does a very believable job of making his characters seem true to the WWI time period even as they fight through this fantastical world he's created.

I've read all three now, and can't wait for the fourth.
HappyLove
Great second installment of the No Mans World series. The cover art on all three books rocks. Look forward to the fourth book if there is one.
Micelhorav
If you have read No Mans World: Black Hand Gang then you will also need to read the above title to see how the fortunes of the Pennine Fusiliers continues. This second book continues in the same vein as the first and ( for me ) was just as gripping.
I now have to wait until the Alleyman comes out in August.
The second volume was purchassed from Amazon as I could not obtain it from a book shop in Australia.
hardy
This is the second book in the series and the author has greatly improved his writing skills or has a new editor. I really enjoyed the premise in the first book but some of the writing style was irritating, that said I really needed to see where the story was going and I was not disappointed.

The universe of players on this world grows with further tribes of human and alien characters, one of which plays a significantly part of the narrative. The story branches off in three directions, firstly with a full scale assault starting on the remaining land of the Somme, then more focus on the tank and its crew as well as the chasing Black Hand Gang, which were so prominent in the first book. The female roles grow from dainty frightened nurses into robust characters and again the author is willing to sacrifice central characters to make the story more realistic.

The main human villain from the first book does not really make a reappearance, but I anticipate that we will see him again in the next book. I was glad that this book pretty much closes the current storyline with enough hanging for me to buy the next book but not feeling cheated that we only got half a story in this one.

I would recommend this book to anyone who would likes sci-fi which has some sort of realistic earthly connection or enjoys WW1 trivia (I am not sure how accurate the author is but he would appear to be an expert or has done significant research). You could read this book separately but the amount of time building characters in the first book would make this a strange read indeed and so I highly recommend that you read The Black Hand Gang first.
Vojar
This is the second book in the series and the author has greatly improved his writing skills or has a new editor. I really enjoyed the premise in the first book but some of the writing style was irritating, that said I really needed to see where the story was going and I was not disappointed.

The universe of players on this world grows with further tribes of human and alien characters, one of which plays a significantly part of the narrative. The story branches off in three directions, firstly with a full scale assault starting on the remaining land of the Somme, then more focus on the tank and its crew as well as the chasing Black Hand Gang, which were so prominent in the first book. The female roles grow from dainty frightened nurses into robust characters and again the author is willing to sacrifice central characters to make the story more realistic.

The main human villain from the first book does not really make a reappearance, but I anticipate that we will see him again in the next book. I was glad that this book pretty much closes the current storyline with enough hanging for me to buy the next book but not feeling cheated that we only got half a story in this one.

I would recommend this book to anyone who would likes sci-fi which has some sort of realistic earthly connection or enjoys WW1 trivia (I am not sure how accurate the author is but he would appear to be an expert or has done significant research). You could read this book separately but the amount of time building characters in the first book would make this a strange read indeed and so I highly recommend that you read The Black Hand Gang first.