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Forge of War (Jack of Harts) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 1, 2016
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The characters are well thought out, and have depth.
The only issue is with the editing. I however am intelligent enough to figure out what is meant, but is a very good and interesting read.
I would recommend this book to my other sci-fi reading friends.
Cant wait for the next book.
Well done Medron, well done.
The book is very US-centric. Not only US-centric but centric to certain parts of the United States. Sometimes this manifests itself in rather ridiculous ways. Marines in cowboy boots and hats for example? That is just silly.
In the later parts of the book it wonders out in dreamland quite a bit which starts to drag down the book rather quickly. Some interesting plot elements are introduced and some that downright sucks. What really annoyed me though was that we really never come to any conclusion. [Spoiler warning] By the end of the book we simply jump 20 years ahead and everyone says that war is over and “bye bye”. What the heck? It is as if the author started to run out of time or even get bored writing about two thirds into the book.
The last 1/3 was just an entirely different story. The pacing changed dramatically and there were plot points that were introduced then never mentioned again. The ending came like a clever. It was a messy amputation.
The story had potential but it had a very unsatisfying ending.
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It's a good sci-fi read. Not my cup of tea but a good read