Auberry, CA, United States | Member Since 2008
I love this genre and started with Charlane Harris but have also read several other authors and enjoyed them. But this one was so bad, the heroin is a bimbo idiot and the hero is a paper thin character with nothing to him but abs. The performer makes the heroin into suchs a ditz that I started picturing her as a clueless stripper. The book also has endless amounts of sex and supposed fire between the two leads but it is so boring and redundant that I wondered if the author had ever had sex in her life. Pick any book but this one and save yourself the time and money. I bailed after about an hour. In traffic no less. I was kind of facinated that while being bored out of my mind I was also constantly rolling my eyes.
These two books are amazing and fun. But I've been reading fantasy books a long time and all the signs point to the fact that the author does not have an ending to this story. He pre-determined that it would take three days to tell the story but by the end of book 2 you realize that book 3 is either going to be HUGE or there are going to be some unanswered loose ends.
So if an ending is not crucial for you to enjoy a really good book then I recommend this series. If one is then you should move on cause this one is a dead horse.
The writing style here is incredible but it takes a bit of getting used to. The story is interesting and complex and sometimes I floundered. But it was a great series and I am very glad I purchased them. I recommend them for sure.
These books are really pretty good with great characters and science that makes sense. The reason I rated it a 3 instead of a 4 was the books are expensive and fairly short. So, it is a costly experience getting through the end of the story.
This guy is a great writer and I enjoyed this one so much. I have read all of his First Law books and this one is a must read. And the narrator was awesome as well. One thing I liked was it was a stand alone book with my favorite character from his books. Bloody Ninefingers.
This might be my favorite Dresden book. Loved it. It was fun from beginning to end and made sense too.
This series reminds me of the True Blood books where they each get progressively worse till you wonder why an author would torment his fans like this. The previous two books in this series were trending down but this one is a huge step down.
You get sick of the many different little story lines all over the planet that just seem like boring filler. One second there in Japan then India, the Colorado, then Arizona, then, etc.... Sheesh, get a plot before you put a book out.
This book was terrible. To really give it a proper rating I would have to go re-rate all my previous ratings because the bar was lowered.
It's a short read so kept saying I could make it all the way through it. Well I did, almost. With a huge sigh of relief I stopped with 35 minutes left and immediately deleted it. Now it will soon be forgotten. Thank goodness.
I liked the first novel in this series for the battle sequences. But his volume was tedious. If your going to read it skip immediately to Chapter 28. That's where the action starts and you won't miss a thing. This author uses every SF cliche out there. Almost to the point you start chuckling.
The worst is the constantly changing effects of the technologies to make the scenes more exciting. An glaring example was when the human ship was tracking the enemy ship through space. The humans had the advantage of instantaneous travel but for some reason they could barely keep up. It made no sense. The book is filled with these. Sometimes a weapon blows a ship to pieces with ease. Later the same weapon hits it three times and barely damages it.
There is also a lot of filler such as a ten minute explanation on how a persons computer consul operates by soft touches. You see my point.
This book is drivel.
Sheesh, this story is endless and nothing changes. What makes this book so bad is that it focuses on all the loser characters. You could have skipped this book and not missed any of the story. Lets hope the next book has something interesting or some character development.
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