Love my sci-fi and fantasy, but delve into Historical and Biographical.
Story - 3
I found the book interesting as I am a fan of sci-fi/fantasy with space and aliens. I am not a great writer of reviews but the book itself had some parts that fascinated me with logistics and the survival of the main characters of the book, but it over time, would drag on in a diatribe or personal reflection of the mail characters. Now, sometimes these are not a problem in some books, but these tend to be a little more annoying than most.
Narration - 3
Now the book's narrator was ok (not great, not bad).
Overall - 3
I gave this a 3, as frankly, I consider this about an average story in its writing. The story line is probably a little better but some slow spots tend to drop it down a little.
Fast paced, exciting, well-narrated
Kyle Riggs is intriguing in his compartmentalization of the events around him. Most people would have crumpled under the emotional stresses. Although after playing this on our family trips in the car my daughter loves Alamo, but then she is weird.
Mark does a great many accents to differentiate the various characters and keep the dialog clear. I happen to greatly enjoy his rendition of Jack Crow
The opening moments of the book were an "oh-sh*t" moment that often continued throughout the book
Well worth the read and like a French fry, if you read the first one your not going to want to wait the month to burn through the next few book. Each book was a great read seeing where the story goes.
Great book again by Larson, this books grabs you in the first chapter and keeps you hooked until the very end.
yes, you don't want to stop this book for any reason. this book is so good you want to keep listening until the end.
if you havent listened to the begining of the series I would suggest starting there. While this book has enough background that you wont be lost if you start here the whole series is worth the price.
I'd put it in the top 10.
His continuing arguments with Crow.
Yes, and I think he does a great job.
Starforce Marines: Thinning the Herd.
I have been joyed with how this series is easy for me to relate to the characters. It has made this one of my favorite series for this.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
i read the whole series in less than 1 week, i'm still having the fifth one to read.
This book was really good... i really felt that they were losing and so on..... but the main characters did make several mistakes that i thought of before the mistakes were displayed.
anyways, the book was good and hopefully the fifth one will be better......
but still i feel like john ringo's troy rising is better. :)
I held out for a while on buying this series , but it keep coming back in my mine about the plot from book one. It was something new with a twist and finally I purchase book one and have been panicked for the next one! As my title says, it is a easy winner with all the curves and bumps most need in life to enjoy a good time. Giving just enough to keep you wanting for more and working on the second mind of pleasures most of use to enjoy.
The series is excellent. I am looking forward to the next. Please use the utmost haste in production!
Yet another B.V. Larson success. Although the story is short, the action is non-stop and you never know if Earth's destruction is played out in the next chapter. And although this is an relentlessly unforgiving plot, demanding you to read on lest you miss the end of the world, there is time for genuine character development, although typically (and appropriately) masculine.
The series story is good but this book is just a repetition of the action seen in the first two books.
The last couple of chapters prepares you to what it seems planned to be a very long proccession of books.