Funny. Enjoyable. A family.
Into the Storm. Because the Devil Dogs act just like the Malcentents... Just with a few more ladies.
Dawson was a good character to see the Dog's interaction with eachother, and he and Sam seemed to have sparks of chemistry. Sam is an interesting leader: one time being a caring older sister, the other being a no nonsense leader.
The Dogs of War will Howl.
My only wish is that they continued to story in the next volume.
Good mixture of fantasy and science-fiction. The characters are interesting and charismatic and feel like brothers. The fighting scenes are not romantize, instead they are gruesome and bloody.
The Dity Dozen. Madigan's Malcontents are the worse of the worse. Drunks, thieves, cowards, and possible lunatics, under Madigan and his support squad they become a true fighting force and gain redemption.
Savio Acosta. The Ordic mercenary is charismatic and well written.
Into the Storm expands the political turmoil and rebuild of Cygnar after the Lion's Coup. Cassia feels alive and the morals of the characters are relatable.
Pretentious. Hypocritical. Touching.
No. Mainly from her past with the Star Wars series. She has the potential of being a great author, but choses to fall back on mediocry and paint by color characters.
He is a talented narrator. He gives emotion and personality to characters who des privately need it.
Extreme in the sense that I had to force myself throughs the Kilo-Five sections. The section with the Kig-Yar are fascinating and funny, while the scenes with Staffon are genuinely tragic and sad as he shows how devoted a parent is to their child.
This story had the make up to be a great tragic story, if it stayed focus on one character. The "villains" are more interesting than the "heroes", and the moral decisions of the hero characters are well thought out theories, but without acting on them, then they are nothing but theories. The Spartans are too perfect, everyone else is too stupid, and there is a constant fascism undertone to the story.
This is classic, smart Science Fiction. Where technology is seen more as a religion and myth than science and progress. To see how people survive and live in these hostile condition will entice any reader.
The relationships that the characters have with one another are fascinating. The closer they are to power, the further they are to ones they love.
Dull. Dry. Inconsistent.
It's hard to. If it stayed with the full cast play, then it could be listened in a day. However, Scott Brick takes the majority of the book and he cannot hold listener's attention when they have been exposed to the other, more talented, actors.
More consistency with the narration could be nice.
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