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- Print Length: 355 pages
- Publication Date: October 22, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B076PNBLMW
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Apparently this never went by an experienced editor or proofreader: You probably burned out your early readers by having them re-read partial manuscripts too many times and they lost focus.
Loc 1434: "start increasing the production time of these ships" - so they want to slow down their production output? maybe you mean increase the production rate?
Loc 1537: "they were now a few thousands of players" - They were? "There were"
Loc 1537: "Almos as soon..."
Loc 1668: "Step up a factory"
Loc 1921: "Every sentence he talked about the Emerilians was derisive..." -- maybe "he said" or "he spoke". This looks like an ESL error.
Loc 1921: "the Emerilians were helping them more then they were helping them" -- WTF? Serious object and tense problems. maybe you mean "are helping us more than we are helping them"
Loc 1905: "I want to have that new aerosol healing potion ready for Emerilia as well as those healing beds to Terra" -- Umm... ok, the first phrase is ok. but then there's that mess about the healing beds. maybe "...for Emerilia, as well as deploying (moving?) the healing beds to Terra".
Loc 1906: "battle between the Pantheon". -- Although it can be used as a collective noun, Pantheon is essentially a singular noun. How can it have a battle between itself? "battle between the members of the Pantheon" or "between the Gods in the Pantheon"
Loc 1962: "...he had not only hired his secretary for his acute managing of his timetable" - Whose timetable? The secretary's?
Loc 2529: "...get them familiar with the different ships.... could use the systems" -- An editorial problem rather than grammatical. "get them familiar with the systems so they could fix anything that got broken". it's a smoother flow with the introduction to the 'systems' first and the reference to them later.
Loc 3098: "Jekoni and Anna loved us to lose their own lives" -- I had to read this several times to figure out what you were trying to say. "loved us enough to sacrifice their own lives so that we might live"
All over: the use of them, they, and their when referring to individuals. It's disruptive because I (and other readers I've talked with) stop and go, "Wait, did someone else arrive? How many people are there?"
These are just a few circumstances I bothered to keep notes about and I'm not even half way into the book.
Don't get me wrong, I'm really enjoying the story, it's just hard to keep focused on it
Awkward) Perhaps it's Brit/Canadian or whatnot, but Americans don't tend to group colloquially by "tens" of things, but rather we use dozens,
Also, some sentences are very convoluted and about everyone is like a war god, except the "gods" who are just more super awesomer than that, unless they're just like a true war god. (that's not a quote, but that's kinda how some of them will feel)
Questionable) At one point they talk about the trainer's armor allowing them to be more tyrannical (I suppose to the trainees, but demanding would be better, since it wasn't capricious or malicious as is implied by tyranny).
Wrong) Exacting is used when referring to gathering data, but pretty sure that extracting is meant.
If I hadn't gotten this under Kindle Unlimited, I'd be upset at spending $6 for a book this sloppy.
The story is growing an evolving driving you on to read the next book. I’ve seen some folks complain about editing errors, sure there are a some, but they really don’t detract from an outstanding read.
I read the first ten books in this series in six days. I really enjoyed the series. This review will serve for all the books as reading them so quickly I don’t have break out reviews for them individually.
so, this book. we mourned our loved ones who were lost at the end of the last book. u could feel the emotions of Party Zero as they tried to cover the sadness with work. it felt natural as they started to deal with the pain. then they focused. and then we had to deal with the gods as they ran around fighting and disregarding lives.
this book was great. i can't believe we are at book 10. the series is still going strong and I'm waiting impatiently for the next book.
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Great pace, the story develops to a great place.
But massive amount of preparations and explanations - one can just skim through them.Read more