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5.0 out of 5 starsPlease i need the next book asap! Awesome 1 book of this new series.
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2020
Wanted to throw my kindle to the wall when the book came to an unexpected end i was so engrossed in Quinton ' s quest to get his body and get full possession of his WAS finally! Now I have to wait years for the next book!!!gahhh!!
3.0 out of 5 starsNot as good as the other series he has written.
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2020
It was pretty exciting in the beginning but once Quinton got involved with a pretty woman he started acting like a pouty kid. Flicking nuts at the competition, if he had a tongue it would have been hanging out when ever the Captain was around. Also drawing an avatar of himself so he could make faces at his arch enemy right in the middle of a battle didn't seem like the manly thing to do when your friends are in a life and death struggle. Just wasn't very realistic to me for him not to get into his own body when he had the chance. I'm afraid you've lost me on this series Ken.
Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020
I read this book in two days, which is unusual for me. I couldn’t put it down. The storyline moves at a good pace and doesn’t linger on superfluous details. Good character development and a plot that’s fairly original but not overly complicated in a universe of sci-fi what if book plots. This author has always had a good writing style that keeps things moving and leaves you wanting more. I highly recommend this book and look forward to the next one in the series. Hope it’s not too far away!
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2020
I've been waiting on this series for a while now and this wasn't what I was expecting after reading Acheron Rising but in a good way. It's interesting to see what happened to the galaxy after the prequel. Seeing Quinton trying to figure out the world he has awoken in and determine who to trust keeps you on your toes. This series looks like it will be a great read and I can't wait to see what happens next.
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2020
I haven’t read a book this interesting in quite a long time. What I like about this author is he simply has a good imagination and crafts stories that really grab your attention. The fact that he can also write well is the sprinkles on top, as far as I’m concerned. I’m real excited for the next book in the series. Well done, Ken!
The book is a good start, but it seems to basically be a foundation (prequel/introduction) to the universe of the story.
It started out with great promise, the middle seemed to keep you in suspense but the ending of the book left much to be desired. Basically, it didn’t close any story point. There was a beginning, a middle, but no end. It seems like the story is setup for a group of adventures to go gallivanting around the galaxy trying to solve people’s problems while following the underlying plot of looking for the person who activated Quinton.
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020
I like all of Lozito's books, but this is a huge jump compared to his previous work. The architecture of human consciousness rendered in silicon is creative and convincing, and the characters are maturely realized. I can't wait for the next. I haven't read anything this good since Vernor Vinge's Zones of Thought series. Spectacular.
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2020
There was a little too much detail and internal thinking in the first few chapters as Quinton was getting integrated and chased by the Mechs. That was more than I needed and I almost put the book away. After that it got better, enough internal to see Quinton's problems but not too much.
5.0 out of 5 starsSuper intelligent story writing!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 19, 2020
Ken does it again, crafting a whole Universe with a history and hints of side stories. Starting with his prequel Archeron Rising we have a hint at what might have gone on. Archeron Inheritence begins with Quinten, oblivious to the turbulent history that has occurred before he's is activated,. He does not know his purpose, why he is suddenly aware or why he is even in a body of a machine. So we begin with Quinten's quest and Ken is so good at building his characters that you are instantly routing for Quinten, hoping he will achieve hi goal. This new trilogy? looks promising and I anticipate the next one eagerly. If you haven't read any of Mr Lozito's books and you like Sci-fi, good stories and great characters, then I strongly suggest you do, you will not be disappointed!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 28, 2020
This book took forever to get going, half way through and I was thinking why bother with more, but stuck with it and it did get better It has the beginnings of a true space opera with loads of different stories and sub plots going on, lots of history that needs explaining and main character that for 90% of the book has no clue who he is, what he is, or why he is there. Thankfully the last 50-60 pages of the book redeems it somewhat The book is a struggle, you need to perceiver, and that last bit almost makes up the glacial slow start
5.0 out of 5 starsRemember he's a human and robot form
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 15, 2020
You never disappoint, loved it can't wait for the next book. As I read i felt like I was quintan, his frustrations and feelings were very apparent to the reader, who is he? What is he? What is his purpose? We are yet to discover,but for now he's out of the robot and in human form? Loved the inclusion of a "fury friend",hope he's ok.GREAT!!!