There's one thing worse than dying. It's coming back to do it again and again....
When the alien Gitai invade, Keiji Kiriya is just one of many raw recruits shoved into a suit of battle armor and sent out to kill. Keiji dies on the battlefield, only to find himself reborn each morning to fight and die again and again. On the 158th iteration though, he sees something different, something out of place: the female soldier known as the Bitch of War. Is the Bitch the key to Keiji’s escape, or to his final death?
©2011 Hiroshi Sakurazaka (P)2013 Simon ;&: Schuster Audio
Loop it back.
The way the main character changes during the book. At the start you are shown a fresh recruit heading into battle, and as the story progresses you get to see how he develops and changes into something else.
He does excellent voices and performs the story with a great tempo. I have not listened to one of Mike's narrations before, but will look for him in the future.
No, but it was a good story.
Hiroshi came up with a very unique spin on the future war story. If you are a fan of Armor by John Steakley I think you will like this book.
"An interesting take on time looping"
A very interesting take on time looping and what you can do with it.
Kinda a military version of ground hog day (the film)
The characters are believable and there are lots of little detail that make the world seem more alive.
Despite the short length of this story it dose what it needs to and well. I think it would have been damaged by being a longer story. This story would do well to be made in to a film.
The narrator dose a great job keeping the story moving and adding to the experience of listing to the book.
Well worth a listen.
"Kept me interested"
This is full of action and satisfyingly bloody, the hook in the story was also enough to keep me interested, I think it is safe to say that this book has got me interested in the Tom Cruise film coming out soon, Edge of the world!
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