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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: 838 KB
Print Length: 289 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1540857905
Publisher: Stephen Arseneault; 1 edition (December 6, 2016)
So here we are getting ready to get into a nasty war with the Earthers when along come a bunch of Denzees with their different technology. So we capture one of their ships and learn a bit of new technology. We're keeping it away from the Earthers and the pacifist Domies, and building our own superships. The Earthers ain't got a chance, but then, there is Bax?
Stephen asked for a critique: the biomarines are very large humans, but the alien invanders are much smaller. So my question to the writer is how did the Biomarines move through the invaders ship so easily after breaching it? The ship obliviously had to have smaller everything including walkways, stairways etc. it might make some of that fight more believable if the biomarines had cramped tight spots in which to engage the invaders. Just a suggestion. Otherwise the story is a very good space opera.
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.
I am now hooked on the story just bought the next one from Amazon have to find out about the new assistants. This one dragged a bit in the middle when sniping on Eden so only 4 stars but got better later!-- Still a good entertaining read.
I'm finding this series to be entertaining even if it's a little bit repetitive and predictable. There are similarities to the lensman series, The Voyage of The Space Beagle and others. But still fun to read.