Berserker Fury




      Berserker Fury
Before George Lucas s Death Star , before Star Trek s Doomsday Machine , there were The Berserkers intelligent, space faring killing machines whose sole purpose is to destroy all biological life.In Berserker Fury, the robots have developed a new trick Berserker units that can pass for human created androids They re gambling on the advantage this gives them, and massing for an all out attack on human held space But the humans have developed a trick of their own they ve cracked the Berserker s basic codes, and know what their battle plan will be. New Download Berserker Fury Author Fred Saberhagen For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Fred Saberhagen was an American science fiction and fantasy author most famous for his Beserker and Dracula stories.Saberhagen also wrote a series of a series of post apocalyptic mytho magical novels beginning with his popular Empire of the East and continuing through a long series of Swords and Lost Swords novels Saberhagen died of cancer, in Albuquerque, New MexicoSaberhagen was born in and grew up in the area of Chicago, Illinois Saberhagen served in the U.S Air Force during the Korean War while he was in his early twenties Back in civilian life, Saberhagen worked as an It was while he was working for Motorola after his military service that Saberhagen started writing fiction seriously at the age of about 30 Fortress Ship , his first Berserker short shory, was published in 1963 Then, in 1964, Saberhagen saw the publication of his first novel, The Golden People.From 1967 to 1973, he worked as an editor for the Chemistry articles in the Encyclop dia Britannica as well as writing its article on science fiction He then quit and took up writing full time In 1975, he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico.He married fellow writer Joan Spicci in 1968 They had two sons and a daughter.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Berserker Fury
  • Fred Saberhagen
  • English
  • 16 June 2018
  • 0812553764

10 thoughts on “ Berserker Fury

  1. Jonathan McGaha says:

    I had read none of the books prior this one in the series, but found it to be a self contained story which was easy enough to follow I found the space battles largely uninteresting, although the sci fi technology described was very imaginative Many of the charact...

  2. Tom says:

    I have fond memories of reading Berserker novels as a kid that are now a bit tarnished by this volume Sorry Fred, but this was a real chore to get through There s an interesting cowardice revenge story line in the beginning, which threads through barely touched in the middle and then resumes toward the end But the bulk of this book is 300 pages of indecipherable space battle and positioning I felt I should have had a dining room table sized map board where I could move around models of I have fond memories of reading Berserker novels as a kid that are now a bit tarnished by this volume Sorry Fred, but this was a real chore to get through There s an interesting cowardice revenge story line in the beginning, which threads through barely touched in the middle and then resumes toward the end But the bulk of this book is 300 pages of indecipherable space battle and positioning I felt I should have had a...

  3. Phil Kozel says:

    I have read something like 10 berserker novels, and this was a real let down Jeez, some editing please No tricky ending twist, no surprises, just Meh.

  4. Froxis says:

    Enjoyable war and spy take on the Berserker universe

  5. Jay Goemmer says:

    Berserker Fury 1997 by Fred Saberhagen Fred, get an editor PLEASE sobbing The tautly written opening scene is well deserving of the novel s title, but its ever increasing redundancies eventually decay into a fragmented, non sequential narrative toward the end of the book Unfortunately, that turn of eve...

  6. Raven says:

    Disjointed, weirdly redundant, randomly dropping in and out of plot and story sometimes from paragraph to paragraph, and so blatantly a badly conceived attempt at the battle of Midway, but in spaaaaace Not even remotely up to the standards of writing in previous novels of the series.And yet where the human story is told, where the characters struggle and we watch, the writing is well doneand laden with numerous missed opportunities so muchworthy of the word count than what is Disjointed, weirdly redundant, randomly dropping in and out of plot and story sometimes from paragraph to paragraph, and so blatantly a badly conceived attempt at the battle of Midway, but in spaaaaace Not even remotely up to the standards of writing in previous novels of the series.And yet where the human story is told, where the characters struggle and...

  7. Vinny says:

    You have GOT to be kidding me This writer gets paid to re write historical episodes Spoiler alert this book is the Battle of Midway recast in the Berserker universe The planet of 50 50 is, can you guess it Midway There are three human carriers One is called Stinger Hornet, get it Etc etc Some of the names are even amalgams of historical names This is the second book that is calling into...

  8. Andy says:

    It an Okay book It STRONGLY resembles WWII s Battle of Midway I minterested in the individual story of the two main protagonists Enh I fizzled out half way though I had too much in my life and wasn t a gripping tale enough.

  9. R.K. Goff says:

    Absolutly fabulous example of the joys of short stories A great thing for summer reading or I ve just finished Vanity Fair reading Highly recommended True Sci Fi fun.

  10. James Macmicking says:

    Hard to go wrong with a Berserker book when you re in the mood for a good space opera Hard to go wrong with Saberhagen for that matter.

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