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Three riveting books. Eleven hundred pages of heart-pounding sci-fi action. One great price. With over fifty thousand books sold and borrowed, the Alien War trilogy has been one of the best-selling and highest-rated series published on Amazon over the past year. Perfect for fans of military science fiction and space opera alike, this bundle contains the complete trilogy: Three riveting books. Eleven hundred pages of heart-pounding sci-fi action. One great price. With over fifty thousand books sold and borrowed, the Alien War trilogy has been one of the best-selling and highest-rated series published on Amazon over the past year. Perfect for fans of military science fiction and space opera alike, this bundle contains the complete trilogy: the full-length novels Hoplite, Zeus, and Titan. In this riveting set, Rade Galaal and his elite team of mech pilots enter the fray to investigate the disappearance of a classified starship, retake a colony world, and face-off against an alien superthreat. Download the bundle today and experience one man's fight to save his brothers--and humanity itself--from total annihilation.


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Three riveting books. Eleven hundred pages of heart-pounding sci-fi action. One great price. With over fifty thousand books sold and borrowed, the Alien War trilogy has been one of the best-selling and highest-rated series published on Amazon over the past year. Perfect for fans of military science fiction and space opera alike, this bundle contains the complete trilogy: Three riveting books. Eleven hundred pages of heart-pounding sci-fi action. One great price. With over fifty thousand books sold and borrowed, the Alien War trilogy has been one of the best-selling and highest-rated series published on Amazon over the past year. Perfect for fans of military science fiction and space opera alike, this bundle contains the complete trilogy: the full-length novels Hoplite, Zeus, and Titan. In this riveting set, Rade Galaal and his elite team of mech pilots enter the fray to investigate the disappearance of a classified starship, retake a colony world, and face-off against an alien superthreat. Download the bundle today and experience one man's fight to save his brothers--and humanity itself--from total annihilation.

30 review for Alien War: The Complete Trilogy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tom Hope

    Rubbish I like military science fiction. I like aliens. And I absolutely love artificial intelligence. And this book has it all. But it was still rubbish. The characters aren't very interesting or believable, and the plot is frankly silly. Most of the fighting seemed like it should have been afterthought to fleet engagements which aren't really described. And the dialogue just doesn't work at all. It's not natural, and it's not funny. I began to skip through the book about two thirds of the way i Rubbish I like military science fiction. I like aliens. And I absolutely love artificial intelligence. And this book has it all. But it was still rubbish. The characters aren't very interesting or believable, and the plot is frankly silly. Most of the fighting seemed like it should have been afterthought to fleet engagements which aren't really described. And the dialogue just doesn't work at all. It's not natural, and it's not funny. I began to skip through the book about two thirds of the way in, just to see what happened. But by the end, I really didn't care.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    Hoplite (Alien War #1) I'm not normally a Sci-Fic reader, but I'm a character reader and Isaac Hooke really gets into character development. The book gets its hooks into you in the opening lines and before you know it you're already invested in the characters and the story line. Futuristically, believably written this is a very good book and a must read for those who have read his first novels. No spoilers here though, buy the books, read the books, get into a very good author I have! Zeus (Alien Hoplite (Alien War #1) I'm not normally a Sci-Fic reader, but I'm a character reader and Isaac Hooke really gets into character development. The book gets its hooks into you in the opening lines and before you know it you're already invested in the characters and the story line. Futuristically, believably written this is a very good book and a must read for those who have read his first novels. No spoilers here though, buy the books, read the books, get into a very good author I have! Zeus (Alien War #2) I read this book in less than a day. If read The Alien War Trilogy Book 1 you're already invested in the characters and the story line. Futuristically, believably written this is a very good book and a must read for those who have read his first novels. No spoilers here though, buy the books, read the books, get into a very good author I have! Titan (Alien War #3) This book gets its hooks into you in the opening lines, continuing from the first two novels, you're already invested in the characters and the storyline. Futuristically, believably written this is a very good book and a must read for those who read his Captain's Crucible novels. No spoilers here though, buy the books, read the books, get into a very good author I have! Now I just need to buy, read and review the Atlas series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Wilson

    David Weber has found his match Isaac Books has provided us with a heckofa war story. Yes, it is space operatic but these are really good characters. And there's a very convincing progression of Intel about who and what the enemy is and what they are fighting for. I detected a bit more than a whiff of similarity between these teams and SEALs which is unavoidable I guess. Elite war fighters are ... elite. Was it strictly a coincidence that Hooke named the various generations of mechs after early N David Weber has found his match Isaac Books has provided us with a heckofa war story. Yes, it is space operatic but these are really good characters. And there's a very convincing progression of Intel about who and what the enemy is and what they are fighting for. I detected a bit more than a whiff of similarity between these teams and SEALs which is unavoidable I guess. Elite war fighters are ... elite. Was it strictly a coincidence that Hooke named the various generations of mechs after early NASA launch vehicles? I am glad there are more of these books to dive into. Rage rides again!

  4. 5 out of 5

    William Chapman

    Great trilogy of mechs and space marines! No bad points that slow down the pace of the plot and - even better - no major issues with speling or writing. Title says it all, but I'll add this - I'm adding the author to my follow list, because these books were written well, with few errors. Great trilogy of mechs and space marines! No bad points that slow down the pace of the plot and - even better - no major issues with speling or writing. Title says it all, but I'll add this - I'm adding the author to my follow list, because these books were written well, with few errors.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vic Falconer

    No disappointment here Alien War is a great story following Rade, an elite mech warrior, who leads his MOTH team as they fight bioengineered aliens that are trying to take over every specie they encounter with simulated nano-intelligence and mankind is next. Another well done storyline by Isaac Hooke.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lars Vanderbur

    Average Mech Series If this is your first foray into Mech literature, I would recommend cultivating your interest on some other authors. I did enjoy this series, but I didn’t find myself staying up late to finish chapters or putting off work to read the next chapter like I do with above average to excellent books. I am not sure if I am jaded as I read a fair amount of Mech, but the first two books were a little bit of a grind. The final book was definitely the best, but the ending was a bit abrup Average Mech Series If this is your first foray into Mech literature, I would recommend cultivating your interest on some other authors. I did enjoy this series, but I didn’t find myself staying up late to finish chapters or putting off work to read the next chapter like I do with above average to excellent books. I am not sure if I am jaded as I read a fair amount of Mech, but the first two books were a little bit of a grind. The final book was definitely the best, but the ending was a bit abrupt and felt some how unsatisfying. But if you have the time, you won’t regret using it to read these books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karl Perodin

    Alien War: A soldier’s journey through a sci-fi war’s hell and gore. I have, subjectively, divided this series in two segments, the bulky one representing over 90% of its content, describing a soldier’s journey through war’s hell and gore, is filled with endless killings and heaping piles of dead bodies. It is a genre that appeals to many but does not resonate with me. The second segment (the story’s denouement) is the part that justified my reading this series. It expounded on the transcendental Alien War: A soldier’s journey through a sci-fi war’s hell and gore. I have, subjectively, divided this series in two segments, the bulky one representing over 90% of its content, describing a soldier’s journey through war’s hell and gore, is filled with endless killings and heaping piles of dead bodies. It is a genre that appeals to many but does not resonate with me. The second segment (the story’s denouement) is the part that justified my reading this series. It expounded on the transcendental view that individual consciousness is the Universe’s synergistical way of looking and interacting with itself. That part deserved 4 stars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bill Barnes

    Good story but.. I grew up with Heinlein, Asimov, Anthony, and even Jules Verne. My English teachers always considered them as being "not real literature." Mr Books has done a better than fair job of following these legends an pioneers of Scifi. Parts of the plots were forced rather than developed and the final exit was a mass of confusion. Will I read more of his books? Probably. The editing was excellent especially in an e-Book. Where spellchecker overrides human readers. Good story but.. I grew up with Heinlein, Asimov, Anthony, and even Jules Verne. My English teachers always considered them as being "not real literature." Mr Books has done a better than fair job of following these legends an pioneers of Scifi. Parts of the plots were forced rather than developed and the final exit was a mass of confusion. Will I read more of his books? Probably. The editing was excellent especially in an e-Book. Where spellchecker overrides human readers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark Goletto

    Pleasantly surprised I started reading this expecting a variation of Mech Wars, which I really didn’t care for, but was pleasantly surprised. Issac got a little carried away with some of the combat scenes ( is that even the correct way to describe it?), but all in all it was definitely a page turner. Anytime I’m kinda depressed when I’m done with a book that’s a pretty good indication that I really enjoyed it. Keep up the good work, Issac. BTW, this is the first time I’ve read anything by Hooke Pleasantly surprised I started reading this expecting a variation of Mech Wars, which I really didn’t care for, but was pleasantly surprised. Issac got a little carried away with some of the combat scenes ( is that even the correct way to describe it?), but all in all it was definitely a page turner. Anytime I’m kinda depressed when I’m done with a book that’s a pretty good indication that I really enjoyed it. Keep up the good work, Issac. BTW, this is the first time I’ve read anything by Hooke but it certainly won’t be the last.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John

    Like mechs and hardcore action? This series is the one for you. Intense, non-stop, and keeps you thinking. These guys from Alpha Platoon just never get a chance for a break as a new alien threat can put humanity on the brink of extinction. Great banter between characters and the plot keeps you guessing.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Richie

    Fun read Engaging story of warriors fighting aliens in mechanized assault suits designed to make them nigh invulnerable. The story does get somewhat redundant at times as the men face ever stronger foes with ever stronger mechs and there is an almost obsession with the details of how marches are performed or described. Overall good books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Earl N

    Action and warfare I liked the entire series and read all of the books. I give the books four stars because the action seemed to go slightly stale. I would advise that if you like a great deal of action, this is it! My preference is more like Jay Allen with increasing new enemies, but also lots of action. I guess I have read more of Jay’s books, but I like these theme too!

  13. 5 out of 5

    juliette dempsey

    Mechanical warfare at its best. Gripping action and adventure from start to finish. Travel to new worlds, meet aliens and kills them. Great characters with realistic situations and lots of fun.I love the interaction between the characters in the squad. I look forward to more from this author.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Frances Law

    Space opera and alien bugs! I think Rade’s surname should be Gallagher because although he’s not Irish he’s certainly got their luck! And, of course, it’s his clone who is the one with the strongest will! This is a half retro sf story remiscent of Robert Heinlein and the early sf.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dan Mibourn

    What a series Very good galaxy building, military Gear was slightly on the weak side sometimes but that just made the principles have to step up and be better tactically to win the day.hooraw

  16. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    A solid mechs vs minions outing. The earth troopers take the fight to the hordes of gibbering aliens. I liked the way they had their transport regularly shot out from under them but still continued with the mission. Probably pretty hard on the pilots.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Black

    Well done excellent I found this series, exciting and addictive. Race or Rage was a great character to follow through the story. His interaction and can do attitude was very well written. I look forward to other books by the author.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jason M. LeMay

    A good read - page turner A very enjoyable read and it became a real page turner. There was a very engaging plot and unique characters who developed well throughout. Excellent dialogue as well.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tom McDonald

    Good story Good story! It didn't head in the direction i thought it was going to go but finished pretty good. I wasn't thrilled with the bad guys . I thought it would have been better if they had been aliens instead of weird bio engineered earth conglomeration . Good story Good story! It didn't head in the direction i thought it was going to go but finished pretty good. I wasn't thrilled with the bad guys . I thought it would have been better if they had been aliens instead of weird bio engineered earth conglomeration .

  20. 4 out of 5

    unknown

    Ok good imagination, laced with action. The future perhaps on display Easy to read, Dec for diff ffffffffff gruff high though butthurt gggggggggg thought f2f hth that by th that tyu

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Weiner

    Good read Although a good, fast read if you like military adventure at some point the plot and characters become repetitive. Once you embrace the bioengineering theme the individual variations begin to sound the same and you can only add so many toys onto a robotic chassis.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Glyder

    Good reading As with your other words I have had the pleasure of reading in your stories, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this trilogy and world recommend it highly. Now onto the your next group of books on my kindle.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Seeker

    Good series. Nice fast paced story. Only a few distractions like switching between metric and standard units. A few jumps In time. I do recommend it. FYI there is some adult language and scenes.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Eric Prater

    Great stories Is that an alien? Kill it! I enjoyed reading this trilogy, lots of action. Well written, nicely plotted,good job. Liked it

  25. 5 out of 5

    Harry F. Sharp, II

    Great story! This is a wonderful story of future warriors. It is full of action and continually moves. It reminds one of computer games.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gary Wayne

    Action Packed Very good but bad guys too far fetched. Good guys character's developed well but bad guys were poorly betrayed. I recommend. Action Packed Very good but bad guys too far fetched. Good guys character's developed well but bad guys were poorly betrayed. I recommend.

  27. 5 out of 5

    mark williams

    Good read Really good read . Will look at others see if they are as good hope so . good mix aliens robots space travel

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kimball Weber

    Good series. Will move to the next. I like Isaac Hooke. He makes things real and gritty. Can't wait to get into the next series. Good series. Will move to the next. I like Isaac Hooke. He makes things real and gritty. Can't wait to get into the next series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kim Wood

    Great trilogy! Excellent start and wonderful theme. Not just the normal adventures but a story and surprise that make you want more.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carl Wilburn

    Not my usual read. It is a bit like Doom in a 3 book series. I enjoyed the characters and it is all told from ground pounder point of view.

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