This is the second book of Richard Hatch's trilogy. Overall, I would give the book a grade of C. Maybe it's just me, but the curiosity factor that made the first book more interesting is gone. The biggest problem I have is the idea that Cain could have built two more battlestars. All non-essential personnel had been transferred off the Pegasus at the end of "The Living Legend." Cain had neither the workforce nor the resources to build such a warfleet. This severely hurts the believability of the story. As with the first book, I can't help but compare it to the fan fiction that I've read over the years, which makes it harder to enjoy. The ending reveals exactly who Count Iblis is (which I won't say so as not to spoil it for anyone who hasn't read the book) but the answer is one that I've never bought.

Even though I am not a big fan of Warhawk, others may react to it differently.

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