- File Size: 2041 KB
- Print Length: 360 pages
- Publisher: Raymond L. Weil Publications LLC; 2 edition (March 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 17, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D4DW0MK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,159 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Galactic Empire Wars: Insurrection (The Galactic Empire Wars Book 5) Kindle Edition
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If you have enjoyed the series, I don’t think you will be disappointed. Without having a spoiler, there is a lot of action and the usual battle scenes and a refreshing change of pace in comparison to other science fiction series I have read is the humans don’t always win and there are a lot of human deaths. I will say the final battle scene was a bit unbelievable but the author does a good job of setting a stage for a continuation of the series with yet another “open” ending. I would invest in the next episode.
I picked this up for $3.99 here in the Kindle store: if you've enjoyed the series so far, you'll certainly get a heck of a lot more than $3.99 of entertainment value in this installment.
Good storyline. Enjoyed all 5 books. I would have liked to see less use of boilerplate through the books. I read all 5 books over the course of about 2 weeks, so the word for word copying of explanatory paragraphs really stood out. In my opinion, for what is worth, altering them would have helped them to better blend into the chapters.
There were a few other little snags, but they didn't seem detract from the storyline (ie. an awful lot of exclamation points?]
I'd like to see more books in the Galactic Wars series.
Also, what drew me into the series is that the author created a very plausible, real-time scenario that could actual occur. To us science fiction enthusiasts, "Orwellian" would be the correct term to use. The story line begins as if it actually occurred during our normal daily life routine...and the next thing you know, you are on a journey with the whole human race and a fight for our existence; against a determined alien species to eradicate any of those species that resist their sentenced fate(s)!!!
Please do not end this series. This series must go on!!! We love Casey too!!! Go Clones!!!
So now after reading 5 books, I cannot really say this book (or the series) is well written.
The story line is good enough, however the characters we follow over 5 books almost never developed and we never really get to know them deep enough. They are not very complex - not to mention the evil aliens which are not complex at all. Just lets kill anyone...
I really like it when the characters, even the aliens (or maybe specially them) have a real and understandable character.
All in all, I would not recommended this series.
I do recommend the book