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- Print Length: 366 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1548178551
- Publisher: Phalanx Press (June 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071KG9HSY
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,074 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had originally written about book one in the series which was brought to me free courtesy of Book Bub as a lead in to purchasing the other books in the trilogy. I vowed then due to the pulpish style of Sci-Fi writing that I would read no further. The introduction of characters like Augustus and Aimee are a crutch in all books and the authors just languish over rise and falls though out the series making wish yo could kill the characters and move on with the story. So how did I arrive here and go against my desire to read no further? Well, the mechanics is known as AmazonUnlimited and the two follow up books were free to read, so I have done so to see where Earth would finally be after all of the waring aliens had ended or were banished.
The premise of the story in the trilogy is fair; but, meanders all over the place to produce money making followups such as book two and three. One or two at most books would have covered it. If you are a hardcore science fiction fan, you will more that likely find the three books as a satisfying read sans literary and grammatical errors. I found it just so-so ... Enough story to pique interest in the other books provided they were free to read. I would never pay for them or add them to my library ... And if they were purchased at sometime, they would quickly find their way into a public book exchange.
I might try some of Wearmouth and Barnes' other books latter; but, expect no better.
It does not get better. The writing does not improve. The plot does not improve. The editing definitely does not improve.
There are so many writing errors (grammatical and spelling). There are random thoughts and phrases in places that distract the reader rather than add to the story. The writers appear to attempt character development, but nothing comes from it. The characters are flat.
I continually checked to see how much of the book was left as I read it, but it couldn't end soon enough. I will not be buying any other Wearmouth and Barnes books. In fact, I will be staying far away from them.
The characters were wonderful, the books were so exciting and nothing less than a great read through each and every one.
Many edge of the seat moments, especially with the outcome of Augustus, the Croatians , the surprise of the prism. A truly great science fiction read. Loved it and this would make such a great movie. Keep me coming fellas, eh 😍😍