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I bought this book for my friend as i had bought it long ago on a military base in Japan. Grammar and punctuation aside, the book is a fun read.Published 14 days ago by Jesus A. Aguirre Jr.
As ever Scalzi delivers a riotous twisty plot with heady whimsical imagination and its feet firmly planted on the ground. Both a fun and exciting read!Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Any book that makes me laugh out loud in the first pages is a winner for me. Recently discovered this author. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Roberta Zurbach
Liked the story. Had me intrigued from the outset. Good mix of SF and politics, with a bit of action thrown in.Published 1 month ago by Janet Legare
If you have even a modicum of skepticism about human social and political institutions this satirical work should keep you reading and laughing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by chemist
Scalzi reminds me of why I really, really liked him until "Redshirts".
Much like "Agent to the Stars", you think you know what's happening, but you... Read more