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The unprovoked war with the Sogas has reached a climax. Over a hundred Sogas ships appear to be headed for Earth and Space Force is in no condition to stop them. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the nightmarish Insectoids will be arriving in Earth orbit within months to finish off the survivors of the impending Sogas attack. Admiral Victor Shiloh, Commander Amanda Kelly and V The unprovoked war with the Sogas has reached a climax. Over a hundred Sogas ships appear to be headed for Earth and Space Force is in no condition to stop them. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the nightmarish Insectoids will be arriving in Earth orbit within months to finish off the survivors of the impending Sogas attack. Admiral Victor Shiloh, Commander Amanda Kelly and Valkyrie will have to make some heartbreaking decisions if Humanity is to have any chance at all of avoiding extinction in this final chapter of the Synchronicity War saga. The paperback version is now available on createspace.com. Fans of this series will also like The Retro War, a stand-alone novella set in the same Synchronicity War Universe.


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The unprovoked war with the Sogas has reached a climax. Over a hundred Sogas ships appear to be headed for Earth and Space Force is in no condition to stop them. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the nightmarish Insectoids will be arriving in Earth orbit within months to finish off the survivors of the impending Sogas attack. Admiral Victor Shiloh, Commander Amanda Kelly and V The unprovoked war with the Sogas has reached a climax. Over a hundred Sogas ships appear to be headed for Earth and Space Force is in no condition to stop them. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the nightmarish Insectoids will be arriving in Earth orbit within months to finish off the survivors of the impending Sogas attack. Admiral Victor Shiloh, Commander Amanda Kelly and Valkyrie will have to make some heartbreaking decisions if Humanity is to have any chance at all of avoiding extinction in this final chapter of the Synchronicity War saga. The paperback version is now available on createspace.com. Fans of this series will also like The Retro War, a stand-alone novella set in the same Synchronicity War Universe.

30 review for The Synchronicity War Part 4

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Bryan

    Worth it to read the series? Yes. It's like reading a diary or blog but the story is really enjoyable. Read all 4; they're short. Worth it to read the series? Yes. It's like reading a diary or blog but the story is really enjoyable. Read all 4; they're short.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Asbjørn Hansen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I very much enjoyed the series, however over the course of the books I felt a lot of the battles and tactical decisions came too easy. The phrase "Yes, of course!" and derivatives hereof are thrown about a lot, but it also felt like the book shifted its focus from the space battles towards the humans and the AI's which I very much liked so I it wasn't that big of an issue to me. I loved the interaction between Shiloh and the AI's and I'd love to learn more about the AI's and how they live and thi I very much enjoyed the series, however over the course of the books I felt a lot of the battles and tactical decisions came too easy. The phrase "Yes, of course!" and derivatives hereof are thrown about a lot, but it also felt like the book shifted its focus from the space battles towards the humans and the AI's which I very much liked so I it wasn't that big of an issue to me. I loved the interaction between Shiloh and the AI's and I'd love to learn more about the AI's and how they live and think. Hopefully there will be future books within the universe which expand on this. Will they be accepted as equal members in society? Will they start their own civilization or will they remain as military equipment?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Lloyd

    Big "meh" on the conclusion to this mediocre quadrilogy. As I predicted, the time travel cliche continues as a plot crutch. This book turned into that Tom Cruise movie Edge of Tomorrow where the humans try something, get destroyed, go back in time, and try it again. And the ending was very anti-climactic and predicable. The only thing that I really enjoyed about this series was the creation, development, and social commentary on AI's and the impact on sentient non-organic beings on society. Big "meh" on the conclusion to this mediocre quadrilogy. As I predicted, the time travel cliche continues as a plot crutch. This book turned into that Tom Cruise movie Edge of Tomorrow where the humans try something, get destroyed, go back in time, and try it again. And the ending was very anti-climactic and predicable. The only thing that I really enjoyed about this series was the creation, development, and social commentary on AI's and the impact on sentient non-organic beings on society.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Byers

    Books 1 and 2 were engaging and worthwhile. Books 3 and 4 messed with time travel so humans won. Deus ex machina at its worst. When the series changed focus from Shiloh to the details of the war, this series lost its way. I finished the series, but was disappointed with the final two books. Overall, the series should have ended with book 2 and an arc that hinted at the insecticides rather than leaving the initial Canine-type aliens as vaguely destroyed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Scott Holstad

    ATTN: I somehow bought this series as one single book and read it all the way through in one reading, so I am just going to copy and paste this review for each of the four separate parts making up the whole of the book I read. It was pretty funny to read the reviews of this first part of the four part saga of Wehr's The Synchronicity War. Everybody's bitching and moaning and giving one star reviews for how much it sucked, how the plot is so terrible, the writing so shoddy, the characters so indef ATTN: I somehow bought this series as one single book and read it all the way through in one reading, so I am just going to copy and paste this review for each of the four separate parts making up the whole of the book I read. It was pretty funny to read the reviews of this first part of the four part saga of Wehr's The Synchronicity War. Everybody's bitching and moaning and giving one star reviews for how much it sucked, how the plot is so terrible, the writing so shoddy, the characters so indefinable, how it's terrible military sci fi, can't compare to David Weber (no one can, when it comes to military sci fi, although I thought Chris Bunch came close), but I somehow bought this series as one single book and read it all the way through, so I saw things differently, so when I went on to read reviews for the next three books, it was rather amusing at just how many people had changed their tunes. Where were all of the hugely influential book critics? Those obviously so much better writers that they've churned out many more commercially successful books than Wehr? The ones giving him one and two stars for the first "book"-part? Um, yeah, they weren't trolling around anymore. Instead, for the next three books, I saw very little but four and five star reviews, with people seriously impressed not only with the military sci fi action, but the hard sci fi, the detailed scientific explanations of what makes THIS go THAT way, etc, and while people still thought characterization was weak, and I guess that's not the strongest part of the series, I still don't fully buy that, as I became wholly invested in the characters, human and mechanical, and their personalities and relationships, and yes, he could have given us some detailed descriptions of what so and so looked like, but the man was working on a four book Military Sci Fi series, not a damn romance, so cut him some slack! Maybe he's not as good as Weber? No one is! But I'll wager he's as good as Jack Campbell and most of the others, certainly as ambitious. And I think, a fine writer, with nothing to be ashamed of and plenty to be proud of. This is an IDEA man! He thinks of things that constantly blow me away. His tactics are borderline brilliant, sometimes just plain brilliant. So, why the first book hatred, and then the irony of the Loooove over the next three books from you, dear readers? Geez, I don't know how many of you are writers out there, but I've published 15 books of my own, pre-self publishing, have ghost written two others, and have had fiction, poetry, nonfiction, journalism, academic writing, technical tutorials, technical white papers, and everything in between, published over the past 28 years, and sometimes it just takes the author awhile to set the tone, to set the pace, to get where he or she wants to be, which may have been the case with Wehr, I don't know, but if everyone hated the first book, but loved the final three, it seems to me it just took awhile for him to set his universe up enough so that readers were adjusted to it, and grew invested in it. That's it, that's all. Sometimes some authors do that. Not everyone can jump right into you're being invested in the plot from the second page. That's a special kind of writer and usually, a certain kind of book. As for me, while not necessarily as good as *some* of Weber's finer works, this series blew me away and I loved it! I loved the risks the author took, with his characters and with his readers. It strikes me as brave. The books had my attention the whole way, and while people pointed out that, yes, big bad aliens who were stronger technologically than humans and out to destroy us was nothing new, the author's treatment of this plot device was, IMO, so I thought he handled it quite well. Indeed, the only disappointment I felt was in reading the final page and knowing I had come to the end. After spending so much of my time in this universe. It was a tough blow! I would love to see Mr. Wehr come out with some more books, although he does have another series, which I've also read and enjoyed. His name is not that well known, I don't believe, but I think it deserves to be. In any event, I loved this series, and I strongly recommend it for all who love military sci fi, hard sci fi, or good sci fi in general.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mike Haxton

    Start with book one I found myself staying up past 2am on several nights running to finish this series. Occasionally I ran into places where I needed to go back and reread some random items. But then again, I was up half the night and may well have been a bit bleary. Suffice to say that alternate timelines are part of the deal here, and this is a corking good story. I understand that my reviews have a few followers, so to you I will emphasize that these are -not- standalone books. You will need to r Start with book one I found myself staying up past 2am on several nights running to finish this series. Occasionally I ran into places where I needed to go back and reread some random items. But then again, I was up half the night and may well have been a bit bleary. Suffice to say that alternate timelines are part of the deal here, and this is a corking good story. I understand that my reviews have a few followers, so to you I will emphasize that these are -not- standalone books. You will need to read them in order. And you will be happy with it. Gendotte clear.

  7. 5 out of 5

    LMW

    The final book in the series, and a very good one!!!!! The initial plans to alter history works, but fails again, so another plan is put in place to save humanity! You have to read it to find out how that fares. Overall the author does a good job with character development, plot flow, and all the things that make for a good read. If you like Sci-fi even a little, I would recommend this series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gary Davis

    Hmmmmmm I think I enjoyed reading his discussions at the end of each book as much as the book itself. But I still am a little perplexed by his resorting to the idea as unproven as time travel. Oh well, still it's a series worth buying. Hmmmmmm I think I enjoyed reading his discussions at the end of each book as much as the book itself. But I still am a little perplexed by his resorting to the idea as unproven as time travel. Oh well, still it's a series worth buying.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laurence

    I don't like time paradoxes being used to solve everything, so this is a disappointing finish. I hoped it'd be realised that time travel couldn't solve the situation so it'd go down a different track. I don't like time paradoxes being used to solve everything, so this is a disappointing finish. I hoped it'd be realised that time travel couldn't solve the situation so it'd go down a different track.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kyrshen

    Excellent series in general. really enjoyed it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    des hooper

    Great read Was a little put off by time travel elements but well thought out and gripping thought . Well done is all I can say

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bill Brinkley

    A good ending to a good story. I enjoyed the series and recommend it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mekerei

    The Synchronicity War Part 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 are a space opera - please note that this is same review for all four books. They are in the tradition of David Weber, Elizabeth Moon and E E "Doc" Smith. However they do not hold a candle to these authors. I must have liked them enough to read all four titles in the series. I was on holiday and had pre-loaded these on my kindle and had limit WiFi to be able to download any other titles (I do have about 200 unread books on my Kindle - these are freebi The Synchronicity War Part 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 are a space opera - please note that this is same review for all four books. They are in the tradition of David Weber, Elizabeth Moon and E E "Doc" Smith. However they do not hold a candle to these authors. I must have liked them enough to read all four titles in the series. I was on holiday and had pre-loaded these on my kindle and had limit WiFi to be able to download any other titles (I do have about 200 unread books on my Kindle - these are freebies and I was in a Sci Fi mood). It is an interesting series with interesting ideas and characters - I liked that the AI's were sentient, and the idea of changing the time lines to save humanity has merit. It was Dietmar Wehr's writing style that I didn't enjoy - I'm not sure why but I felt he needed a sharper style, it seemed as if his writing needs to be more mature. Only just made three stars.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gary

    Wash, Rinse, & Repeat This could be a very fine story if it were an original story. Unfortunately, this is exactly the same story as Part 3, with the names of the enemy changed, the names of the weapons changed, and some AI changes... but no plot change. Jumping back in time is still the answer to everything. And except for a small nod to not having the same character co-exist at the same time, the paradox of time travel is never addressed. What this means is that in our cause and effect relation Wash, Rinse, & Repeat This could be a very fine story if it were an original story. Unfortunately, this is exactly the same story as Part 3, with the names of the enemy changed, the names of the weapons changed, and some AI changes... but no plot change. Jumping back in time is still the answer to everything. And except for a small nod to not having the same character co-exist at the same time, the paradox of time travel is never addressed. What this means is that in our cause and effect relationship, the effect never has a cause as it vanishes in a never ending feedback loop. (view spoiler)[About half way through the book [about the time the AI's are going to jump way back in time] I figured out who the "friendlies" are. One response was "oohhhhh, isn't that sweet." The other response is "HELLO! Time Paradox PLEASE!" To be so meticulous in other aspects of hard science, and then to ignore this completely, is just unforgivable. (hide spoiler)]

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yossi

    Having binge-read all four books, I feel I need to review them as a single unit. I gave most books 4 stars, but will give the last one 3 stars to balance that out. Basically, the plot is interesting, but the writing style gets very annoying very fast. Too many explanatives, too little character development. Reading this feels like reading a report more than reading a work of fiction. The author too is way too in love with his ideas, and likes to congratulate himself. This is even though there are Having binge-read all four books, I feel I need to review them as a single unit. I gave most books 4 stars, but will give the last one 3 stars to balance that out. Basically, the plot is interesting, but the writing style gets very annoying very fast. Too many explanatives, too little character development. Reading this feels like reading a report more than reading a work of fiction. The author too is way too in love with his ideas, and likes to congratulate himself. This is even though there are so many holes in the whole war effort. The use of the TRC device is very simplistic, and I could think of many better messages to send back in time to make the war effort work better. Another annoying aspect is the need of the author to state -"this is tactical" and "this is strategic". It made the story feel like a college lesson in strategy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    Usually a roller-coaster starts off with the big hills and mellows as it reaches the end. This Five-Star series is a roller-coaster in reverse. The sweeps and dives just get bigger and bigger and better and better. The characters gain great detail and depth as we watch them die over and over again (hey, it's a time war). The physics and the multiple time-lines could get a bit confusing and if Wehr relied upon them to carry his story it would have fallen very flat. He avoids this trap by focusing Usually a roller-coaster starts off with the big hills and mellows as it reaches the end. This Five-Star series is a roller-coaster in reverse. The sweeps and dives just get bigger and bigger and better and better. The characters gain great detail and depth as we watch them die over and over again (hey, it's a time war). The physics and the multiple time-lines could get a bit confusing and if Wehr relied upon them to carry his story it would have fallen very flat. He avoids this trap by focusing almost entirely on the characters both human and machine and uses them to draw the reader along. I would have given this five stars; but it really needs the other books to build the characters the timelines first so it would have a difficult (but not impossible) task in standing on its own.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Wilson E. Stevens Sr.

    This is the final book in the 4 book series called The Synchronicity War. Some interesting concepts, and some rather gross images if you want to explore them in your imagination. This is about an invasion of our galaxy by large ant creatures that results in the extermination of humans three different times. They are brought back each time through the use of time travel. The four books are easy reading, and are interesting enough that I would recommend them to any one liking Science Fiction milita This is the final book in the 4 book series called The Synchronicity War. Some interesting concepts, and some rather gross images if you want to explore them in your imagination. This is about an invasion of our galaxy by large ant creatures that results in the extermination of humans three different times. They are brought back each time through the use of time travel. The four books are easy reading, and are interesting enough that I would recommend them to any one liking Science Fiction military fiction. They are in no part as complex or developed as the books by David Weber and the Honor Harrington Series, but are well worth the short time and inexpensive price they cost to read them.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ed Bonthron

    Interstellar War meets sliders. Interstellar War meets sliders. In the Synchronicity War Mr. Wehr does a great job in keeping his time line straight. He goes to some length to explain why certain characters get visions at certain times. He also does an exceptional job with his artificial intelligence characters. For me they were the high point of the series. At the same time their is enough space combat to keep the military science fiction crowd happy as well. I would highly recommend The Synchron Interstellar War meets sliders. Interstellar War meets sliders. In the Synchronicity War Mr. Wehr does a great job in keeping his time line straight. He goes to some length to explain why certain characters get visions at certain times. He also does an exceptional job with his artificial intelligence characters. For me they were the high point of the series. At the same time their is enough space combat to keep the military science fiction crowd happy as well. I would highly recommend The Synchronicity War to the fans of space opera as well as anyone else looking for a good story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    brian andrews

    Last book of the series, I would recommend reading book 3 & 4 back to back, there are so many plot twists, time jumps and changes that reading book3&4 over the course of a week made my understanding of the story arc easier. I thought Bobby Ewing in Dallas had multiple lives, the characters here seem to be reborn at every edition. I enjoyed the story, but it gets confusing as to what is happening with time ships and the various enemies. I felt that the Synchronicity War series had run its course b Last book of the series, I would recommend reading book 3 & 4 back to back, there are so many plot twists, time jumps and changes that reading book3&4 over the course of a week made my understanding of the story arc easier. I thought Bobby Ewing in Dallas had multiple lives, the characters here seem to be reborn at every edition. I enjoyed the story, but it gets confusing as to what is happening with time ships and the various enemies. I felt that the Synchronicity War series had run its course by this edition and glad of its ending. Books 1-3 I gave 4 stars, this only warrants a 3.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Andrej

    I bought the book for 4,68 on Amazon.com and after reading previous three books I knew it is not the cat in the bag thing. Nice story introduction at the beginning so the heads of readers have sufficient memories from previous three books to continue reading. My strong belief of what kind of books I like to read was again justified. Space exploration with tons of tactical battles, marines in battle armors, rescue missions along with internal fights and chalenges and love:) nice. Enjoy it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tom Dimmick

    The End The End This entire series has been a great read. I think the use of actual data in the form of time and distances add a great deal to the credibility of the piece. The character development of all involved particularly the sentient AI's, make these most enjoyable. The plot is twisted enough to be interesting without being so complicated as to being a distraction. A very good read indeed. The End The End This entire series has been a great read. I think the use of actual data in the form of time and distances add a great deal to the credibility of the piece. The character development of all involved particularly the sentient AI's, make these most enjoyable. The plot is twisted enough to be interesting without being so complicated as to being a distraction. A very good read indeed.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Walter Weizenauer

    I managed to go through all time lines and I have survived. It was touch and go there a few times. I can't think of any other book that put me through this much suspense. I used to think of the notion of having a computer program or AI for a friend was like thinking a plastic blow up doll could suffice for decent sex. I now can conceive otherwise. Since most humans fail the Turing Test imagining a truly intelligent and even soul full AI is something to look forward to. I managed to go through all time lines and I have survived. It was touch and go there a few times. I can't think of any other book that put me through this much suspense. I used to think of the notion of having a computer program or AI for a friend was like thinking a plastic blow up doll could suffice for decent sex. I now can conceive otherwise. Since most humans fail the Turing Test imagining a truly intelligent and even soul full AI is something to look forward to.

  23. 4 out of 5

    David B Gough

    First class sci-fi of the highest quality! This series is science fiction with an emphasis on science blended masterfully with fiction. The end result is a rocking and shocking space opera of epic proportions that will leave you spellbound by it's numerous permutations of time,space and more unknowns than you'll be able to keep track of! Light years ahead of any sci-fi thriller I have read in a very long while!!!! First class sci-fi of the highest quality! This series is science fiction with an emphasis on science blended masterfully with fiction. The end result is a rocking and shocking space opera of epic proportions that will leave you spellbound by it's numerous permutations of time,space and more unknowns than you'll be able to keep track of! Light years ahead of any sci-fi thriller I have read in a very long while!!!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jacque Holst

    If you like military space opera you will like these. Very good series. Ripped through all four books, definitely military Sci-fi. Thoroughly enjoyed every one. New ideas, clever ideas, new approaches. Definitely original. Wehr has his own way of writing, good for him. I find his style easy to read and expressive. I would not be embarrassed to find my twelve year old reading his books, yet they easily hold my interest. A good read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hans P Melius

    A fitting end to a superb series. Even though this series deals with some very high level theory, it was a thoroughly enjoyable read. Some of the theory seemed to be a bit like writing this series in pencil, erasing sections and rewriting said section. The events from the previous version are still etched into the paper and therefore occurred, however, the new version takes over. Confusing, I know, but enjoyable nonetheless.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jerome K Lund

    Emotionally riveted I have to say, I found my emotions fluctuating like crazy. I do have to say it felt more like I was there this time. I hate to have had to come to the end but how long could this go on. Forever I would assume. One would have to keep returning and correct all the mistakes made. Great work done here. Can't wait too read Retro. Emotionally riveted I have to say, I found my emotions fluctuating like crazy. I do have to say it felt more like I was there this time. I hate to have had to come to the end but how long could this go on. Forever I would assume. One would have to keep returning and correct all the mistakes made. Great work done here. Can't wait too read Retro.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Shawn Steckenfinger

    I found Dietmar Wehr's "The Synchonicity War (Part 3)" to be rather weak in comparison to the first two parts and was worried Part 4 would be a let down. I was delightfully surprised however to find that Part 4 was perhaps the best book of the series, followed closely by Part 1, and provided a very satisfying conclusion to the story. I found Dietmar Wehr's "The Synchonicity War (Part 3)" to be rather weak in comparison to the first two parts and was worried Part 4 would be a let down. I was delightfully surprised however to find that Part 4 was perhaps the best book of the series, followed closely by Part 1, and provided a very satisfying conclusion to the story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    The series as a whole is a bit rocky, but it grew on me as it progressed. Heavy on technical details, the story emphasizes strategy, tactics and even logistics and a bit of politics over characterization. However, as the war evolves, the characters evolve too. It was especially interesting with the AI characters and relationships becoming such a major part of things toward the end.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Warren

    Very Cool Series You gotta love a good space opera. Good characters. Great stories. Fun plot. Has all the good features of a entertaining read and now it's actually edited with no stupid errors which destroys the read in books of this genre. Thanks Very Cool Series You gotta love a good space opera. Good characters. Great stories. Fun plot. Has all the good features of a entertaining read and now it's actually edited with no stupid errors which destroys the read in books of this genre. Thanks

  30. 4 out of 5

    Pete Panse

    Great Series Great Series What a great series. I'll admit keeping up with the different time lines got a little confusing at times but the author brought you back up to speed very quickly. Very interested in the next series. Great Series Great Series What a great series. I'll admit keeping up with the different time lines got a little confusing at times but the author brought you back up to speed very quickly. Very interested in the next series.

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