From Publishers Weekly
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I could barely bring myself to finish this book.
The book is told from the point of views of many many different characters, not a single one interesting, all lacking any type... Read more
Once of the mesmerizing Sci fi stories out there. Character driven so well, you're sucked into this world and won't want to put the book down!!!Published 2 months ago by Bobby J.
I enjoyed the world and the ideas but this really should have been included with the following book The Killing of Worlds to be one 700-page novel rather than two 350-page novels. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan Wood
Very good military hard scifi. The setting is unique and engaging. Interesting take on what happens to society when death eternal becomes the life of the rich.Published 6 months ago by Ben
Space opera and human intrigue on par with Dune. I am eager to continue the series, especially since the last scene is one shell of a cliff hanger.Published 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
Awesome read, great balance of military, political intrigue and even yes love. many a soldier home from war can empathize with commander Zai broken and adrift in a world that seems... Read morePublished 10 months ago by SSG Daley
My only complaint is that Westerfield stopped at writing just 2 of these books. The story is amazing.Published 13 months ago by Darvin L. Martin
Exactly what I look for in Sci Fi. Space action, political intrigue, and a look into humanity. Great work.Published 14 months ago by Robert W Arena