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Superdreadnought 2

A Military AI Space Opera
Narrated by: Phil Thron
Series: Superdreadnought, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
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Integrated with a superdreadnought, the artificial intelligence known as Reynolds has recruited a humanoid crew to help search the universe for the elusive Kurtherians.

©2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC (P)2019 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Why is this listed under military sci-fi?

Both book 1 and book 2 are pretty much political and societal in nature. Very little to do with the military. Unless the author is stating that all the cursing is a military norm. I guess if it was listed under something other then military I would have given it a better rating, just not my type of story.

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Disappointed

I came late to the Kurtherian Universe and enjoyed most of the Queen Bitch books. Then I went through the Second Dark Ages 4 books and they have been my favorites so far. Now I'm looking for my next fix and this isn't it.

The first book didn't grab me and this second one is even worse. The characters never become real and are often TSTL. I mean , who in their right mind would take an escape pod to the planet just to save a shuttle "in case" someone else might need it? And as pointed out to her later, for a message she could easily just called and given to him? Doubt I'll give the 3rd book a try in hopes of any of the characters developing into anyone I care to read about.

One hearty thumbs down for these books.

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  • Jason
  • 11-20-19

Another enjoyable listen

A nice follow up to book one. I like the relationship between the two AI's and the continued political viewpoints. I do find the crew a little interfering at times when dealing with indigenous life! Again though, as with book one, I can forgive the books shortcomings because overall it is a fun and entertaining listen.