- File Size: 541 KB
- Print Length: 290 pages
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- Publisher: Swordworks (December 9, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 9, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005D0SBQ2
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Fires of Prometheus (Star Crusades Uprising Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I really never believed in the main character - Spartan. He just becomes too much of a superhero and tactical genius for me to believe.
I was not real thrilled with the monsters created by the rebels to battle the forces of the confederation. It was another thing that was just not satisfying to me.
I did enjoy reading them to some extent, especially the first one, the promise was there, but it really never delivered.
It is doubtful that I will be buying any more in the series.
For instance, the big deal of the series is Vanguard power armor. However, as we're finding out in real life, armor is often rather easily defeated by un- or lightly-armored personnel.
The naval forces don't seem to use missiles much (if at all), despite clearly having the capability; instead they lumber about shooting railguns at each other (which are themselves mounted on rotating habitat sections; I shudder to think of the difficulty that adds to firing solutions).
And the villians are just too flat; there's nothing interesting about them, they just exist as punching bags for the equally two-dimensional heroes.
It's a decent read, but it gets boring pretty fast.
I have no idea how this writer publishes three books like this, what a waste of money.... its a joke.