This follows the characters from Old Man's War and The Ghost Brigades. If you enjoyed them, you will enjoy this. Good story for teenagers, as well as adults, as it told from the point of view of a teenage girl.
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This is really is a rehash of everything that has gone before. The series really needs a new storyline. Not recommended.
It has very clever momnets and pretty well drawn out characters but I have read better and A LOT worse
kind of like memoirs of a teenage queen but having the other side of the story was really entertaining. outstanding performance by the narrator too.
I like Sci-Fi, logic, technical, and fantasy.
This is a great companion book to "The Last Colony." It is in the vein of "Ender's Shadow." Explanations and a different view make it fun.
Not a bad story, but the same as the lost colony
This looked more like a writers research that was eventually published but should have been omitted
Naturally I listened to this series out of order but thoroughly enjoyed it. He continues to surprise me with how attached I get to his characters.
The narrator is great, but I have an issue when they change how names are pronounced in a series, so that was the only reason it got 4 stars instead of 5.
Scalzi's ability to infuse humor, romance, angst and fundamentally human emotions into brilliant adventures is what makes him one of my favorites. I loved this so much, I had one of Enzo's poems read at my wedding. This is a strong follow up and complement to the rest of the old man's war series thus far. Hope you love it as much as I think you will.