Blood of the Isle

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Blood of the Isle
Product information
Type Novel
Author Loren L. Coleman
Pages 304
Cover Artwork Ray Lundgren
Publication information
Publisher Roc Books
First published 3 August 2004
ISBN-10 0451459881
ISBN-13 978-0451459886
Content
Era Dark Age era
Timeline 31343135
Series MechWarrior: Dark Age Novels
Preceded by Flight of the Falcon
Followed by Hunters of the Deep

Blood of the Isle, by Loren L. Coleman, is the eleventh novel in the MechWarrior: Dark Age series. It was first published in August 2004 by Roc Books and was later republished in August 2021 by Catalyst Game Labs as a BattleTech Legends title.

The novel continues the story of Clan Jade Falcon's desant into the Republic of the Sphere.

From the back cover[edit]

Skye struggles to rise from the ashes of the last Jade Falcon assault. Tara Campbell's Highlanders are limping back from battles fought all across the Prefecture. And Anastasia Kerensky's Steel Wolves have disappeared again. It's a matter of when—not if—the Falcons will renew their brutal assault, and Skye is unprepared.

On the world of Nusakan, Landgrave Jasek Kelswa-Steiner appears to be Skye's only chance for salvation. Gathering his Stormhammers, he prepares to throw his force into the teeth of the Falcon advance. But will the cure be worse than the disease? Jasek passionately advocates a return to House Steiner, a political movement his father just as passionately opposes. Unfortunately for The Republic, desperate times call for desperate alliances – and the Jade Falcon force is still spoiling for battle. Clan Jade Falcon will not rest until Skye is conquered... or reduced to a charred cinder.

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German[edit]

A German edition, translated by Reinhold H. Mai, was published by Heyne in 2006 as Bis zum letzten Mann (ISBN 9783453521827).[1]

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  1. Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Catalog entry for Bis zum letzten Mann