I started this series because of the free book "Army of One". I got hooked up in the story and listened to all of the books. Just spectacular.
The narrator, Mark Boyett, turned out to be the best in the business. None of the characters in the entire series have a similar voice, which means that the author wouldn't even need to write "- said Riggs" after a dialogue.
Keep up or you will miss what comes next. Can't wait for book two so I can find out what will become of Kyle and the choices that he made.
Exciting Battles!!! Characters could have used better development and descriptions but that's just my personal taste. I can't wait to read more books by this author.
Pretty much everything.
This book is why sci-fi gets a bad name, a superficial, formulaic and poorly written book with two-dimensional, unbelievable and annoyingly simple plot about unlikable, emotionally vacant and unrealistic characters. The style is also USA centric, sexist and dependent on stereo types.
I found the central character a bit unauthentic throughout the series, although Cody seems to be an improvement. The story is well read with steady action and twists that make it very interesting. My commute gives me 30 minute snatches of story per ride, and I like books that accomplish something besides describing the wallpaper in that time. Undying Mercenaries is the best of his series in my opinion.
Very good action. I found it entertaining, and believable. It is possible there are other life forms in the Universe, why not? I have only listened to the first of the trilogy, but it was good. I am going to get the others.
When the leader of the rebel forces realized that he couldn't defeat the enemy, as things stood at that time. Maybe later Earth could change things, but not right now.
The narrator did a good job, not too "dramatic" and not boring. Good Job.