Skyshaker
Dean F. Wilson
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Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM By Dean F. Wilson

The Resistance takes to the clouds aboard the Skyshaker, the newly completed airship aimed at dominating the heavens, when the land far below has become a hellish place ruled by demons General Rommond fixes his attention on the city of Blackout, the old capital of the world, controlled by the Treasury, who are themselves controlled by the ruthless Regime The skies aboveThe Resistance takes to the clouds aboard the Skyshaker, the newly completed airship aimed at dominating the heavens, when the land far below has become a hellish place ruled by demons General Rommond fixes his attention on the city of Blackout, the old capital of the world, controlled by the Treasury, who are themselves controlled by the ruthless Regime The skies above that city will no longer hide in smog fire and fury will light up the sky That centre of the old civilised world will either shift allegiance to the Resistance, or it will burn to the ground Yet there are always others who will resist the attempted change of power From sky pirates and mob bankers to the feared mechanical men of the Iron Guard, Jacob and his new family of freedom fighters will face greater challenges than they have ever faced before As bombs drop from the sky like the iron tears of gods, there are other revelations that will shake the foundations of everyone struggling to save humanity.
  • Title: Skyshaker
  • Author: Dean F. Wilson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Jonel Boyko Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Wilson’s stories keep drawing me deeper and deeper into their fold. The steampunk world that Wilson has created to carry this series forward is becoming so vivid by this point in time in the series that I feel as if I had walked through it on my own. This story was amazing in its imagination and in its implications. Suspense, intrigue, and survival underlie everything. The story itself is fast paced and action packed. Wilson’s writing brings emotion forth as vividly as it does a sky battle.W [...]
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Liz Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
I love The Great Iron War series because it's different, and I do very well with different. I like to explore my options in what the literature has to offer. Since it has been a while since I read the previous instalment of the series I was, at first, afraid I wasn't going to be able to really live into this book. And, I was wrong. I took time to think and remind myself of the previous 2 books and the storyline in Skyshaker is absolutely the natural course of action. I mean, it is about war and [...]
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Dianne Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Goggles – Check Fortitude - Check Battle ready – Check Let the battle between the freedom fighters and demons take flight! The battle to save humanity continues, this time high in the heavens as Skyshaker prepares to dominate the skies and all things evil. The battle for control is on, as Dean F. Wilson reels back into his steampunk world, filled with iron-clad warriors of evil, sky pirates and the power of a tyrannical leadership gone wild, determined to break every last human to a shadow o [...]
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Gordon Strong Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
The danger of any review is that it might inadvertently give the game away. References to style and characterisation are permitted, but to avoid ‘spoilers’, any actual narrative should only be described in general terms. We can say, however, that in Dean F. Wilson’s new offering the action continues in spectacular fashion and always at breakneck speed. When we are allowed to draw breath we find ourselves upon a plateau, one where we may learn more of the inner life of a cast now familiar t [...]
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Seili Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
First : I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher for an honest review and I am very grateful :) The 3rd book of Iron War series is as enjoyable as the thirst 2 were :)This book contains more real battle scenes and is more concentrated to fighting. And it does not mean only fighting in war but also fighting inside the characters minds. The style is nice, maybe the first part of the book went little slower, but when that was though almost every chapter brought new surprises.What Ja [...]
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Tea Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
**Disclaimer: This book has been sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.**As always, I would like to say thank you to The author for including me when he releases his books and allowing me to read and review. On to the review, I'm not sure how I felt about this third book. It took me awhile to get through for one thing. It wasn't difficult to read or anything, but it just seemed like it took longer to read and I have no reason for all the breaks in between aside from regular l [...]
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Liquid Frost Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
This is the third installment in the series and the one of I've enjoyed the most. The launch and book two, for me were 3 and 4 stars, but this one I need to go all-in because there was a lot going on and Wilson is not afraid to kill off characters.My only gripe - I cannot reconcile the action scenes on the Skyshaker with the image on the cover. It just doesn't make any sense to me. Okay, now that I've said my peace on that issueSo, our rag-tag heroes have done the land battle, the sea battle, an [...]
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Shelley Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.After everything the Resistance has been through and mounting losses of safe havens and equipment, losing the Lifemaker brings them closer to the end. Rommond has one more trick up his sleeve, the Skyshaker. Knowing the Resistance may be on its last legs, they finally go on the offensive with a bold plan to liberate Blackout. This story has all the action of the previous books in the series but it also gets a little more persona [...]
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Andy Peloquin Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Dean keeps getting better with every book. This is the best of the series, and I have no complaints regarding character development, plot, and more. The story was well written, the climax was excellent, the twists were surprising and intriguing, and the book was well done. After reading this book, I'm excited to learn what happens in the next book.The only thing that irked me slightly is the names. Now that we've got four names (Hopebreaker, Lifemaker, Skyshaker, and the soon-to-come Earthquaker [...]
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Vivian Nieves Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Where do I even begin?The Resistance has shown they can wage battle and come out stronger whether by land or sea and in this installment, they take to the sky in hopes of surviving and reaching Blackout. They are in luck, because Blackout is the city in which Jacob was raised and where he conducted his business. A new battle rages in the city of Blackout. Jacob, Whistles and Sousa are sent to stabotage structures that can aid the Regime. Some things go in the favor of the Resistance while other [...]
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Sherry Hill Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
I wish I could go for more than five stars because this book adds something to the Great Iron War story that the others have not - history. Finally, the story of why things are the way they are, they way they were before the world went to hell. This book developed an even closer relationship between the characters and the reader (myself). I could go on, but without giving spoilers, which I personally HATE, let's just say I'm already anxious for book 4. Others will be too. The only conflict I hav [...]
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Sara Knight Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
From the land to the sea to the sky, the Resistance take flight to the city of Blackout. This is the third book in the series, so If you haven't read the previous two novels, I suggest you get them. This and has all the suspense and drama as the previous two and reveals more about Jacob and Whistler. The ending had me gobsmacked! As always, I would recommend any of Dean's work to lovers of Steampunk.
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Scott Giese Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Here there be problemsWith the high number of miss-spelled words and just plain wrong words used shows a major lack of proofreading making it difficult to read, I don't think it's worth your time. I feel the story, itself is pretty good, but, however it was put into computer form, just ruined it for me. Running into the word "span" when "spun" was clearly the intended word, just stopped me cold every time I ran into it. Here is an example: ".He span the cylinder of his pistol".
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Martin Allen Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
I was given a free copy of this book so that I could give an honest review.I'll start with the negative (and if you've read my review of Books 1&2 a lot of this will be familiar - the author wrote this book before I gave my feedback on his first two - I don't know if it would have made any difference if he had), as I have to start somewhere. I found the description of various scenes to be somewhat lacking, I didn't really get a good vision of the places described. Of course (SPOILER ALERT - [...]
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Mehreen Ahmed Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Mehreen Ahmed's reviewsThematically, Skyshaker by Dean F. Wilson renders itself as both horrific and perceptive. Our world, if it ever were to fall victim to inter-galactic invasion, mothers would end up giving birth to diabolical creatures. This book, typically like all his others in the series, portrays a scenario of a hostile government ruled by iron-clad monsters pushing nothing but their own agenda making this place quite unlivable. Chapter fourteen almost resonates DH Lawrence's Sons and L [...]
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Sam - Spines in a Line Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Check out the full review here: spinesinaline.wordpressI really love this series, even though I would normally steer away from dystopian novels. You should definitely read the first two books in the series because this picks up where the last left off. For a brief summary, the first book introduced us to Altadas, a world that's been taken over by demons. A group called the Resistance is determined to take them down, and Skyshaker marks their biggest battle yet. My favourite part of this series i [...]
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Mandy Walkden-Brown Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
Packed with action, intrigue, humour and suspense. The Resistance battles on, but this time really takes the fight to the enemy instead of relying mainly on defence. More action, adventure and surprises, some rather unwelcome ones. More delectable steampunk treasures of General Rommand make their appearance. An extremely enjoyable dystopian, steampunk fantasy series!
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InD'tale Magazine Aug 17, 2019 - 16:58 PM
3.5/5.0“Skyshaker” overall is an exciting tale of humanity’s dogged determination to fight colonial oppression.Read full review in the 2016 May issue of InD'tale Magazine.
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Skyshaker By Dean F. Wilson The Resistance takes to the clouds aboard the Skyshaker, the newly completed airship aimed at dominating the heavens, when the land far below has become a hellish place ruled by demons General Rommond fixes his attention on the city of Blackout, the old capital of the world, controlled by the Treasury, who are themselves controlled by the ruthless Regime The skies aboveThe Resistance takes to the clouds aboard the Skyshaker, the newly completed airship aimed at dominating the heavens, when the land far below has become a hellish place ruled by demons General Rommond fixes his attention on the city of Blackout, the old capital of the world, controlled by the Treasury, who are themselves controlled by the ruthless Regime The skies above that city will no longer hide in smog fire and fury will light up the sky That centre of the old civilised world will either shift allegiance to the Resistance, or it will burn to the ground Yet there are always others who will resist the attempted change of power From sky pirates and mob bankers to the feared mechanical men of the Iron Guard, Jacob and his new family of freedom fighters will face greater challenges than they have ever faced before As bombs drop from the sky like the iron tears of gods, there are other revelations that will shake the foundations of everyone struggling to save humanity.

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