Young adults, for certain. Things come together in a really cool, quick, way - but I would have enjoyed more exposition. Life is a series of meetings, alliances, opinions, secret alliances, enemies, motives, etc... I felt the story needed to be a little more complicated to this not-so-humble old soul.
More depth - like an extended edition. Kind of like the 1100+ page version of The Stand.
It moved, fast.
A great, pure Sci Fi story. Well told and well performed. It makes me want to immediately get the next one.
I enjoy this author but his weakness is writing for female characters. He needs to get a female coauthor or editor so these characters aren't so one-dimensional and erratic.
Much like a previous reviewer noted this is much like a summer action popcorn film. Great action, not heavy on the drama or the unintelligible science highbrow speak.. Just overall a great story about loss and overcoming an unimaginable situation.
The Protagonist in Kyle Riggs your somewhat everyman has to bring a rag tag group of individuals to the defense of Mother Earth and our way of life while loosing loved ones and finding new reasons to keep on fighting.
An easy listen which will keep you entertained. Narrator Mark Boyett does a good job of pacing the story and bringing you into this universe.
I love sci-fi action novels and this fit right into my Genre preference. I use audible as entertainment and sleep aid. But this book should be avoided before bed. Nothing has given me crazier dreams than this piece of work.
This book is amazing, and the series is holding up so far! After I listened to Swarm, which I got on sale during one of Audible's $4.99 special offers, I looked into the author and the series - incredibly, he's written 11 of these so far. My first thought was, when does the series start to suck - I'm not a fan of the series concept in general, and 11 just seems like way too much. I'm happy to say, all three books so far have been fantastic, and I can imagine where BV Larson might be going with it. It's EPIC in it's reach. It's setting up a Star Wars-like future with many galaxies, races, and factions with serious political and military considerations. But the first book starts with Earth today, and takes you there, step by step.
To the people who've called the series flat, or juvenile, I reply, "seriously?"
Try this first book. I suspect you won't regret it. I hope the next 8 are as good as the first three. I'm devouring them with relish.