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Derelict: Marines (Derelict Saga) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 11, 2017
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I've read a LOT of these types of books lately, and while I enjoyed most of them, I was somewhat left feeling lost because there was no pronunciation guide provided. That left me feeling somewhat removed from the story from constantly having to figure out how to pronounce the names/terms presented. NOT SO with this book.
Also, the other BIG thing was,,,EDITING. Wow! What a concept. I am SO glad Cooley took time to have the book edited. It made it so much easier to read not having to wonder if the 3 different names, in 2 pages, were a new character, or the same person.
Some of the characters already have their personality set, but the ones that need to progress/show development, do. And NOT in a stereotypical manner. What's going on? Will the humans figure out what the AI's are trying to accomplish, or will the AI's eventually come out on top? I can't wait to find out.
Having become a fan of his from his more horror slanted novels, I am excited to see where this new venture takes me. The only problem I perceive, is the time I will have to wait for the next book in the series to come out. But I will.
The book feels a bit like a season of television, with such a delicious cliffhanger at the end, that you can’t wait to see the next season. In this case, it’s the next book in the series, where hopefully some of the burning questions that were carefully introduced will be answered.
I told myself I wouldn't read ahead of the podcast because the story was so gripping, I wanted to savor each thrill and chill...yeah, that didn't work! I caught up with the podcast and couldn't wait to see what would happen next. So shame on you Paul, for 'making' me read ahead. Now I'm (im)patiently waiting for Derelict: Tomb.
Get the book and/or the podcast, clear your schedule and be prepared for a slow burn to terror.