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About the Author
I reside in Central Florida with the wife and two daughters. After thirty years in engineering, my time is now spent chronicling the adventures of fictitious heroes. They are off-world, fighting the good fight, keeping Man alive. For some it was meant to be their calling. For others... not so much. All however are willing to fight until the end. Flip open one of my books. Tag along as unlikely heroes try to conquer the galaxy or save all humanity. Get aboard as you're either with us or against us. This may be your ticket out of here... at least for a short while. Hope you have a great day!
File Size: 824 KB
Print Length: 283 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1541325907
Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1 edition (December 26, 2016)
Most of this episode is directed toward battles with the Denzees. We're also learning to get along with the assistants who seem to have leanings toward becoming autonomous. There's kind of a cliff hanger on this one since we end with the Denzees being gone. We didn't win, and they didn't lose, but they just up and disappeared. The pacifist are still in control of Domicile, and the Emperor is still trying to win the battle by himself, but it is becoming pyric. The Bangar is still fighting all the battles with its load of secret weapons, but there may be a respite in the next episode, but who's going to fly the legions when they come on line? Is Harris getting smarter or does Idiot ask the right questions? I vote Idiot gets a new name. Something like battle ace.
The first Stephen Arseneault books I read were the HADRON series, which I loved. After HADRON, I was afraid I was going to be let down by ARMS, but I love ARMS at least as much as HADRON - maybe even a little more. Stephen Arseneault writes with the perfect ratio of humor to drama and is a master at escalating to evermore challenging antagonists while maintaining believe-ability and suspense. In ARMS, he's created another multi-novel story that has kept me entertained and enraptured.
As with the previous three books I thought this was a very good one. I liked the interaction of the characters. I find these stories to a fast moving. I like the fact that there are many sub plots within this story to prevent it from getting boring with one long situation that is trying to be resolved. Looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
I enjoy this author's writing. I've read a number of his books, and continue to read them as they become available. Good character development, plenty of action and interesting story lines make these books fun to read. I recommend them.
Not this time. Weapons research producing unexpected bonuses, AI bots fighting battles. What more could you ask for? BE assured, after reading Eden Lost you will be on the edge of your seat awaiting the next installment.