Series: The Company Wars

Author: C.J. Cherryh

Rimrunners (1990)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 5
This is something of an unusual book for Cherryh. Her viewpoint characters tend to be intelligent, somewhat highly strung, and to try to use logic to navigate through their problems. Here, she gives us Bet Yeager. While Bet is certainly not stupid, she operates more on guts or instinct and determ...
Heavy Time (1992)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 3
Heavy Time is Cherryh's fourth book in her Company Wars series of the massive Alliance-Union book continuity. Like most of the Company Wars books, Heavy Time needn't be read in publication order though a few characters from Downbelow Station make cameos.Heavy Time is a military-industrial thrille...
Hellburner (1993)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 3
In the sequel to 'Heavy Time' and prequel to the Hugo award-winning 'Downbelow Station', Paul Dekker is a skilled pilot with the Earth Company Fleet - a new militia being under construction and tasked with suppressing the colony uprising on the planet Cyteen. Dekker is a part of the Hellburner pr...
Finity's End (1998)
4.02 of 5 Votes: 1
tPoor Fletcher got left on a station though he had citizenship on a ship, Finity's is . Actually, it was his Mom who was left. She was pregnant and there was a war starting. A ship was that will be fighting battles is no place for a new mom. All hands need to be at their best, so she was left...
Tripoint (1995)
3.88 of 5 Votes: 4
With Ms. Cherryh coming out with a new book (Betrayer) I decided it was time to return to some of her earlier books to set my mood right. Because her Alliance/Union series has been a favorite of mine and I haven’t read Tripoint in awhile it became the book to set me in the mood.Tripoint follows ...