The writing in this novel seems geared towards children, but thats just the style, you warm up to it.
Its very enjoyable, save for a strange break in the action for a play by play description of a baseball game on MARS, of all
I like baseball, but I wanted to read a book of sci-fi, not baseball'.
Anyway, this book, like quite a few on my Kindle, is not a real "novel" ast all, just the first installment, ending with a cliffhanger.
And I am really getting tried of this, I have several very good books on my kindle with no ending.
Some don't even have a sequel written yet!
Most sci-fi writers create a future history and write most of their stuff in that realm, because creating an entire universe is
a lot of work. Thats fine, but the novels written in that futue world have traditionally been complete in themselves.
Now you get interested in the characters, the story is great, and everything ends and you have to wait months or maybe even years while the author gets around to completing it.
Heres an idea, how about calling these types books by their real designation, serial, so those of us who like a
ending with their beginning and middle can be warned?
I have a bunch of these on my kindle, half stories with characters in limbo. Getting kind of tired of it