Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Battletech books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.
- BattleTech Technical Readout Succession (2017)
- BattleTech: Front Lines: BattleCorps Anthology, Volume 6 (2019)
- BattleTech: A Bonfire of Worlds (2019)
- BattleTech: Kill Zone: BattleCorps Anthology, Volume 7 (2019)
- BattleTech: Forever Faithful (2019)
- BattleTech: Legacy: A BattleTech Anthology (2018)
- BattleTech: A Splinter of Hope/The Anvil (2019)
- Kell Hounds Ascendant: Three Kell Hounds Short Novels (2019)
- BattleTech: Iron Dawn: Book 1 of the Rogue Academy Trilogy (2019)
- Battletech Handbook House Kurita (2015)
- BattleTech Embers of War Novel (2016)
On February 5, 2439, the Mackie obliterated all opposition during its first combat trial, ushering in a new era of warfare. The BattleMech-King of the Battlefield-was born. BattleMechs reached their pinnacle during the golden age of the Star League. The fall of the Star League and the Succession Wars that raged for centuries afterward took their toll and by the Fourth Succession War, the technology employed on the battlefields was a mere shadow of what it once was.
Inhuman cybernetic soldiers invade a peaceful world, bringing terror and misery in the name of a new flag. A young soldier, part of the most maligned military machine in history, struggles to find meaning in his service.
The universe has gone dark. Interstellar communications has been lost across the Inner Sphere, threatening the corporate giant ComStar—and maybe civilization itself. Risking everything on a last chance for survival, Comstar has kidnapped the engineering genius Tucker Harwell, hoping he can unravel the mystery of the blackout.
A young Davion MechWarrior seeks to repay a debt incurred by the misfortunes of the Fourth Succession War. A tightly-knit farming community bands together to repel vicious pirates or risk losing their livelihoods…and their lives. A Kurita MechWarrior given a final chance to serve the Dragon stands alone against renegade mercenaries.
BattleTech: Forever Faithful (2019)
In the year 3060, the reborn Star League has destroyed Clan Smoke Jaguar, conquered their home world Huntress, and scattered the few remaining Jaguar warriors to the winds.
A Draconis Combine warrior struggles with immoral orders in the First Succession War. A House Davion MechWarrior participates in a risky heist as part of Operation Guerrero. A history buff battles the Word of Blake during the Liberation of Terra. What do these MechWarriors have in common?
Jump into your BattleMech cockpit, fire up your fusion engine, and charge into the fray with two BattleTech novellas from Philip A. Lee and bestselling writer Blaine Lee Pardoe.A Splinter of Hope: Violent expansion of the Capellan Confederation and the Draconis Combine has cost recently crowned First Prince Julian Davion both his mentor and countless Federated Suns worlds.
The Kell Hounds are one of the most storied mercenary units in the Inner Sphere. Now, New York Times-bestselling author and Kell Hounds creator Michael A. Stackpole goes back to the Hounds’ beginnings in these three short novels, when Morgan and Patrick Kell were just two smart, ambitious brothers—with a plan to revolutionize the world of mercenaries forever…Not How the Smart Money Bets: Morgan and Patrick Kell land on the mercenary planet Galatea to start their new unit, the Kell Hounds.
Jasper and Nadine Roux are cadets at the Ritza MechWarrior Academy; a dream come true for the orphaned siblings from the war-torn planet of Hoff. For the last six years, Emporia has been their home.
For Almost A Millennium, The Symbol Of The Dragon Has Struck Fear Into The Rest Of The Inner Sphere. The Fearless Dedication Of Its Warriors, The Devotion Of Its People, And The Awesome Ambitions Of Its Coordinator: House Kurita Has Been More Reviled Than Any Other Power. Yet A New Leader Has Arisen In The Last Decades, Bringing About A Host Of Reforms And Reigning In The Realm’S Most Rapacious Desires.
For Ezra Payne and the Stealthy Tiger mercenaries, professionalism is everything. Hired to assist in the bitter, bloody fighting on the planet Hall, they quickly earn a decisive victory for their employer. They settle afterward in for a needed period of rebuilding, and a few months peace before moving on to the next contract. #670,514 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #325039 in Literature & Fiction (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Best Battletech Books Worth Your Attention
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Fortress of Lies: A BattleTech Novel (MechWarrior: Dark Ages,
Author(s): J. Steven York
ID: 803680, Publisher: Roc, Year: 2004, Size: 725 Kb, Format: pdf
Classic Battletech: Guide to Covert Ops
Author(s): Herb Beas, Warner Doles, Chris Hartford, Camille Klein, David L. McCulloch, Christoffer Trossen
ID: 1507962, Publisher: FanPro, Year: 2004, Size: 81 Mb, Format: pdf
BattleTech - Field Manual, Periphery
Author(s): Randall N. Bills
ID: 1507744, Publisher: FanPro, Year: 2003, Size: 57 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to Chicago Tribune, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.