No plot holes. The story was completely internally consistent. The action was superb with well developed characters
The author went into great pains to describe the technology in his universe. It was science fiction not some romance or 'emotional thriller' dressed up as sci fi.
This is the way science fiction should be written.
More stuff blowing up like in Ender's game. I thought this would be military sci-fi not some sappy moralising story.
No sci-fi and fantasy is basically all i read for pleaseure. I come for the science part of the fiction.
He included relativistic effects of time travel which i liked and i liked the way he imagined the ecosystem of the planet the story was set.
It felt cheated after the brilliant work of hard sci fi that was Ender's Game. This book was boring.
The narrator sounds a lot like Brian Cranston from Breaking Bad. Not that that is a bad thing or anything that is just how Kyle Riggs looks like to me now. I would definatley try the next book in the series just to finish the series but it did not blow me away.
No my friends don't like sci fi so if wanted to get them hooked i would not recommend this one.
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Yes get The Lost Fleet series
The story didn't blow me away and just getting the main character's perspective is getting old. I would love to have seen the humans attack from the the eyes of one of the aliens they went up against.
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