Five thousand years after Sun Tzu writes The Art of War, his advice is followed during the Fourth Interstellar War between the terrible Bugs and the humans, who are aided by their catlike Orion allies.
©1997 David Weber & Steve White (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
Detailed Battles, but not to the extent where it become repetitive. A use of past tense to cover some battles is refreshing.
He has some excellent voices for many of the characters.
Do not know.
He was good with the material he had.
The first book was good. This book was one long battle, after battle, after battle, after battle, after battle, etc. No character development, story poor, except for battle after battle after battle after battle after battle.
Usually I really like Weber and how he deals with difference. This was just one long long boring battle had trouble getting into it at all. Just not my style rather than anything terrible. Couldn't be bothered and I did prefer the first one in the series a lot more.
hmmm call that an ending?
Good, clear and personable but (at times) to exaggerated.
Not for me
Maybe I over-reacted, Weber is an author I usually enjoy immensely, and anticipating much better became very impatient and critical.
One of my favorite books. I have read it 3 times and when I so it on Audile I had to get it. The narrator has is amazing and does a great job.
Not only did I struggle to get through this book, I skipped ahead and still found nothing but constant war scenes that had no character development nor anything else that made me care about what was happening to anyone in the entire story. Save your credit for something worth your time.
The only thing this book lacks spaceis the fact that the one coming after it is not out yet. I look forward to it eagerly.
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