Sir Dominic Flandry

Sir Dominic Flandry

The Last Knight of Terra

Book - 2010
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Captain Dominic Flandry has been knighted for his many services to the Terran Empire - an Empire which is old, jaded, and corrupt, as Flandry well knows. And while that "Sir" before his name may be an added attraction to comely ladies, he expects that it will also bring him less welcome attention from envious "colleagues" within the empire. What it is not likely to do is make him more of an object of interest to the Merseians, whose plots he has repeatedly foiled and who are much too aware of how much simpler their plans to replace the Empire would be if he were the LATE Sir Dominic Flandry.
Publisher: Riverdale, N.Y. : Baen, [2010]
ISBN: 9781439134016
1439134014
Branch Call Number: FIC SF
Characteristics: ix, 432 p. ;,24 cm
Additional Contributors: Davis, Hank 1944-
Anderson, Poul 1926-2001

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mammothhawk229e
May 26, 2018

Dominic Flandry more interesting than James Bond because competent wanker have higher stakes (decadent Terran Empire inched closer to the Dark ages against younger expansionist polity & barbarian powers), fewer resources (elite indifferent to him & some of his peers hated him) & his wins against various enemies only extended the empire a little longer & gave the colonies a better chance of survival.
Unlike James Bond, overworked Dominic matured from wet-from-the-ears ensign to Captain, to Sir to finally Admiral.
Short stories rivaled Game of Thrones franchise on political factionalism & cold war proxies.

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