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This is not only old men's war, it is also old men's book. The only original idea is the future use of old people as soldiers, once they are improved with technology (not going to... Read morePublished 56 minutes ago by medfair
And I hope that this does not turn off younger readers, but in fact this novel by John Scalzi does perfectly transport me back to my youth, the days when I'd wait with great... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Phil in Mågnoliá
Mr. Scalzi has reinvigorated my ability to enjoy SF. First of all Scalzi handles something that has to been done, especially in SF, and which most other authors suck at.. Read morePublished 1 day ago by PageTurner
This book is filled with awesome and amazing humor, yet keeps the strong sense of realism in the book. This book relates to our inner-humanness very well in my opinion. Read morePublished 2 days ago by T. Humphrey
This is a great book. Real characters, tense action, and an interesting story. Can't wait to read the next book!Published 2 days ago by Barry Kenneally
This is as good as Science Fiction gets.
The opening chapter is so pure, heartfelt, and real that it sucks you in instantly. Read more
Not your typical sy fi story.
I really enjoyed it and I am not a sy fi fan
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Scalzi comes out of fandom and his style of writing reflects this. He does not create new works but re-envisions what I call the Classical Period of Science Fiction, a time beyond... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gregory Alan Wingo
Well written and a very interesting premise (see title). I have purchased the next two books in the series and plan to purchase the last two soon.Published 7 days ago by R. Neighbors