This is a good Sci Fi book. I originally read it when it was first released to paperback. While others have criticized the writer for too little character development it is hard to devote pages and pages to character development when the character will be killed off. I do with they would have used the narrator from the Lost Fleet series though.
Easily as good as Hitchhikers Guide, Wil Wheaton brings that All-Star narration to an outstanding book. Also the Fans of Star Trek TOS and TNG finally get a inside look at how the red shirts really feel.
I don't own the print version.
The very begining of the book. I don't want to spoil it for anyone who has not read the book.
Yes. I think Christian Rummel is one of the better narrators on Audible.
Not really, but the overall flow of the book is excellent.
Overall one of the best Space Battle book I've ever heard.
Worth a second listen, the author and narrator did a fantastic job with this book, and there are some fantastic plot twists.
Mike Talbot and BT.
The narrator brought the main character to life, to the point of making the listener feel that he or she may actually know someone like that.
The event with Eliza and the Armory Zombie.
The story is so compelling (if your a zombie novel fan) that I didn;t with to get more credits to get other books in the series.
I don't own the print edition.
The very begining, can't say much without spoiling it.
The admiral of Star Force.
Even though it gets slow in parts the book keeps you interested.
No, it wasn't among the better of the zombie genre.
It seemed to end too abruptly, as though the writer was still in the middle of the story but then just decided to end it.
Yes, the narrator did a good job.
Yes, but only if your really a fan of the zombie genre
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