I am an avid reader of science fiction, adventure and technology. My hobbies consist of PC gaming, movies, 3D printing, and software dev.
This book built on the previous book improving the lore and story direction. The plot holes had been removed and a action packed story arc persisted. The ending was not on cliffhanger but has left enough hints to the next book to make one want to get the next one.
Why is it that hundreds or thousands of people are dying, but the only time any one reacts is when a earth military person dies. I kept on with the series in hopes of improvement. There that idea goes.
I found this very hard to put down after the first few introductory chapters. Throughly enjoyed it. Hurrying to the next book. See you there!
I've been a fan of Evan Currie for quite some time now. I thoroughly enjoy his books. I'm so glad he chose to publish for himself rather than wait to be chosen by a capricious publisher. His work is excellent. This book is no exception. The second in the series, it ramps up the tension yet several more notches. I'm on to the next book.
I like smart sci fi. Nothing takes me out of the story faster than poorly considered "super science" or weird nonsensical economies that detract from the feeling of a well considered potential future. The setting of these books feels cohesive and smart. The action is well described and plotted and the narration is solid. Some of the characters are a little thin, but they play their parts well with basic sketches to tell them apart. Mr. Darcie does a nice job with subtle accents to further bring the characters to life.
Moves the story at a well measured and engaging pace. On to the next installment! Good job well played Eric
I really liked the book. I found my self listening to it all day, and everywhere. I am hoping that the series will continue. It is brilliantly written with the right amount of technical information.
The characters were believable. The hero of the book wasnt some whinny person second guessing himself all the time. He made a decision and stuck with it and in some cases hoping for the best. And it turned out good.
some of the charaters seemed to whine when they spoke. And Benjamin everyone that listen/ Reads Sci-fi knows what a HUD is you dont have to say H.U.D everytime it was, making me crazy.
Looking forward for the series to continue