Informative & Entertaining !
This lecture series has been great. Always holds my interest, never dull.
Short and sweet.
Still chock full of adventure and twists. I'm in Hensen's side, I want to be there when Cody utterly fails, and his gamble back-fires. There is little character development, and Cody is a carbon copy of his predecessor, but without the grit and realism of an actual character. Cody comes off as a comic-book character. This book does a great job of putting it in the next generations perspective. Past books are now recorded history, complete with distortion and denials that time brings to memory. Its worth the listen, fun & imaginative.
Good writing, not great, but entertaining. Its not Overly original or imaginative, but it has a few twists that leaving you asking "What happens Next?" The dialogue is typical military sci-fi, but the story-line has good texture with its surprises, and a good pace.
A unique spin to classic Military Sci-Fi. Its a bit abrupt, doesn't have a lot of texture I enjoyed from B.V.Larson's other work, but the action & adventure takes you for a ride.
Love him or Hate him, this collection of thoughts and short-stories are both funny and interesting.
-->Hitchhiking in the 1940's as a teenager, you can't make this stuff up.
-->Overly exuberant fans, outrageous fun
& Other thoughts, philosophies, and superstitions.
Wonderful Writing, amazing performance.
A terrific end to the trilogy, Highly Highly recommended even to non-Sci-fi-nuts
The substance to the story alone makes it worth while.
Fantastic, edge of your seat goodness. Great descriptions, but want more. I'd like B.V.Larson to pace the story like in the beginning of the series. Straight through listen.
This Series is Amazing! I am on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. Actual character development with texture and faults, political intrigue that makes a whole lotta since, aliens that only make sinse in relation to themselves.
This series just keeps getting better!
Amazing writing, Terrific performance!
I can't gush enough about how good it is.
Neither the writing nor performance has improved, overly cardboard characters, all female voices sound the same, the same tropes. I still give it 3 stars, its still good, but a bit of a let down from the stronger books earlier in the series. This one drops a lot of descriptions, new characters are just window dressing, and its shorter!
Less quantity, less quality, diminishing return on the series.
I was left with only fuzzy outline of what things look, or smell like, referring to what I conjured in earlier books.
A typical mix of militant jargon mixed in with sound effects of explosions and gunfire. It was entertaining, but the sound setting were Way Way off, the dialogue was soft so I crank the volume, and the next scene opens with gunfire and yelling!
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