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- Print Length: 410 pages
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- Publication Date: July 7, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B073T37N8Z
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In my opinion, Feral Recruit is as good as, or better than, 90% of the Science Fiction books published by well-established popular writers.
Feral Recruit is gritty, realistic and the characters are believable. The "good guys" are likeable but far from perfect. The "bad guys" are easy to dislike but not totally bad. Everybody else falls in the middle ground where most of us live. What's most amazing in today's world is that there ARE good guys and bad guys.
The book has both a beginning and an ending. It stands alone with no cliffhanger, but the people I've grown to love don't just ride off into the sunset--they ride off to new adventures that I want to read about really soon.
This is a great story. If you're familiar with Robert Heinlein, you'll be pleased to know that Feral Recruit reminds me a little of Starship Troopers (the book, not the movie).
One more thing. You won't be distracted by "typos", misspellings or bad grammar.
Keep up the good work Ginger!
This is what you get in Feral Recruit. Ms Booth brings today’s life into a whole new setting. She writes a story of what young men and women go through just to grow up and find their way in life.
You may wonder what this has to do with gang (feral) kids? I won’t go into the details as others can and will do that. She takes the kids from a devastated New York and those who were lucky to escape to the good life and puts them together to learn how to live in a whole new world. Her description of boot camp and the way of military life is spot on, from the drill instructors to the commanders.
I love the way she has taken branches from the Calm Act tree and brought them to life in Feral Recruit. Adding Civil Disobedience and Dust of Kansas and you get quite a tree. If she can keep this up, the series could grow into a new Shannara. There are so many ways that it can develop.
If you want a good story about how things could go if we continue as we are, this book and series are must reads.