Each of the books in this series captured my attention with complex story lines and characters, great narration and unexpected twists. This book never brought it together.
The quality of the narration is still there but the story never makes sense and leaves the reader up in the air. If there is to be another book in the series to wrap this all up, I can honestly say I've lost interest and won't bother with any more
it was difficult to accept the fact that this is not a John Perry and Jane Sagan book. This one centers in on Perry's friend Harry Wilson and I promise that if you make it through the first 30 minutes that you will be absolutely hooked. great novel.
I like Sci-Fi, logic, technical, and fantasy.
This is why I read Scalzi. Excellent book. Great story. This is the best book in the series that I have read.
Great story arc, loved the episodic structure. Left me hanging at the end but that just means another great story is yet to come.
A great continuation of Scalzi's series. I highly recommend this title and series to all scifi fans everywhere. The action continues with more diplomatic intrigue between the three major factions.
A little disjointed, but iI like this universe. Great job, I couldn't stop listening. I listen while I walk and I set new fitbit records.
Yea! Being a 1,000 title audible reader, I hated that chopped up release they did. Happy to have another great Old Man's War novel in a normal format. Hope Audible has learned from their experiment that us clients just don't like getting fed a chapter at a time. We're all binge readers ;)
I still really want to know what happens
next. It was nice to see the world from Harry's POV. Counting the days till my next credits.
Fanatical Endurance Athlete, who listens to a lot of books while training.
I have to say, I really like this book, but thought it a bit scarce in detail at the start.Its only when started looking for more books by John Scalzi, that I found out this was not the first book in the series. I have since tracked down the others and it fills the gaps.
The story is classic Science Fiction, which not only looks at issues in the future, but also tries to provide explanation of the technology advances that are highlighted in the book. So its not only a book.
The story seems a bit disjoined, skipping from one scenario to another but it ties together in the end to realise a comprehensive outcome.
Its well worth the read but try to track down the earlier books, and you will enjoy it more.