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= :'(
Yes, each book before was thought about as a new chapter, but this book did not only end a new chapter with Star Force, but it also started a new age for them.
The first few chapters started well, you have your usual saving some biotics and so on, but that doesn't take much from the book as i was fearing at first. Although the beginning was full of action, what happened next wasn't full of action, but it was still a game changer. And if that wasn't enough, what happend during the end of the book was full of action as usual, and it ended another chapter, but rather than just ending another chapter for Star Force it started a new age for them. I think the next book will be full of events and would love to know what will happen in that one.
New characters are added here, and Marvin still does his weird thing always, and you could feel him growing up this time, which was a bit weird
A good addition to the Star Force series, and lets see whats next.
BV Larson has a good story idea but he desperately needs an editor and help from someone who can write female characters. The women are all either bipolar Tweens or whores. He repeats explanations of things like the ring communication devices over and over again. Explain your scifi tech once per book. Phrases Mr. Larson can no longer use:
- crossed her arms under her breasts (just say she crossed her arms)
- too bad (used too often)
- lady love (nobody says that)
He also has turned the main character into a cartoon of itself. He's kind of a pompous buffoon at this point. Maybe this series should have been told from the point of view of multiple characters. The main character's musing on military leadership are the product of someone whose watched too many John Wayne movies. Not realistic at all.
The reader was good but mispronounced some words here and there.
I'm so sad sandras dead!!! Also major gains sounds like veteran Harris from the undying mercenaries series lol overall a good book, the first battle on the crestation homeworld kinda bored me but was still good, I wonder how well the crestations will play their roll in fighting the empire and the macros
Riggs is fourteen? Fun books, but there are limits to a single perspective and telling a fun story, these limits were obvious in this book. Still fun. Who is hungry for lobster?! :)
Love the worlds and the battles. Riggs is becoming a leader, but still remains a womanizer. Maybe he will grow up and forget about his other brain. The story line does not need that side of him.