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I would highly recommend it to any science fiction or military fiction reader.
An obvious influence for this book is Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers, but Scalzi's work is still its own distinct story.
A very well written book, humorous, fast paced with an interesting story for someone liking military science fiction.
I've been reading free books on Amazon via Prime and some are good. This is one of few I've purchased based on reviews and was not disappointed. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Joseph Mattioni
I'm so confused why this book is so highly regarded. I tried it on a whim, and I was almost in disbelief of how horrible it was. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Karen
Someone was in the Office with this in their hand, said they liked it every bit as well as Enders Game, I have been looking for some real Sci-Fi to read and this fits the bill,... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Roxie358
Loved it the first time I read it. Reading the entire series again for about the 4th time. Bought it in paperback, buying it again for my kindle. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Phaedre357
Somewhat interesting premise though a very simplistic, light and fluffy story. There's nothing terribly new here, a lot of cliche, and the writing, characters and story are all... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Daneel Law
One of the best Sci Fi novels I've read in years.
Scalzi knows what he's doing and has a great imagination.
I would love to have a new body and brain right about now. LOL
The story is really more about how people deal with loss, wrapped up in a storm ship troopers analogy. Good reading with some great ideas.Published 2 days ago by Gary Testa
Great war SF. As good as Starship Troopers and Forever War, with a lime-lemon twist. A bit like Black Company as well but with spaceships, in space, in the future with modern... Read morePublished 3 days ago by MAJ Shakespeare
The Argentinian writer Borges proposed that novels were excessive, that any story worth telling could be told in 10 pages - or should not be told. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kristian Bjørkelo