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No Price Too High (Warp Marine Corps) (Volume 2) Paperback – June 23, 2016
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C.J. Carella grew up in South America and bounced around assorted parts of the US. He's been making up stuff and writing it down for fun and profit since before the end of the Cold War. After writing over twenty roleplaying books for such companies as Palladium Books, Steve Jackson Games and Eden Studios, he turned his hand to fiction in assorted genres, from superhero/alternate history to horror and science fiction. When not writing, C.J. enjoys gaming (computer and tabletop), reading and fighting crime (mostly by yelling at kids to get off the lawn). He does not enjoy long walks by the beach, unless said beach has a partially buried Statue of Liberty. News, sample chapters and other free stuff are available at CJ's website: www.cjcarella.com
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The world building is excellent and builds very well on the first book in the series. The history reads likes something from Lovecraft at times... it's a pretty terrible time in the galaxy for us. Only thing missing are "Cthulhu-oid Entities" And thanks but we really can do with out those. Warp space is bad enough.
After book 1 and the "Days of Infamy" things have gone from unpleasant to really nasty. Major war, 3 enemies attacking, 3 fronts and you probably know how those usually work out.
All is not yet lost, a few tricks to pull out of the hat and things may be save-able, maybe not. Really fast and excellently well done book. I want number 3 now. Is it now yet?
I wanted to make a quick format observation, though. I bought the first book in hard copy mainly because I was travelling and I wanted something to read without having to mess with airport / inflight WiFi. I loved the first installment, but the typos are very much there. Not a lot, and not terrible, but enough where it can take you briefly out of the story. Once I got home I immediately bought the Kindle version because two days was too much to wait and a funny thing happened. They typos are still there but they are much less of a nuisance. I'm not generally a Kindle fan, but this series has given me a new appreciation for the format.
I should add that both books have a few editing errors typical of an indie book. None have been jarring or required stopping to puzzle out the author's meaning, and have been minor enough that I note them only peripherally. If you are one of those people who are hypersensitive to such, then rejoice that this book seems to have fewer than the first. That's subjective though, since they haven't been sufficient in number or severity to really be noticeable to me.
I am very much looking forward to the next book. Carella's writing is definitely a notch above the typical indie space opera.
I reluctantly dung the book one star because at times the plot seemed to become hard to follow, but eventually things sorted out. Make no mistake, this is an excellent, excellent series and I am ready for book 3! RJB.
In the first volume, that was just background to a book written to the philosophy that any page of a Space Marine book is wasted if it isn't combat, the immediate build-up to combat, or occasionally a lull or aftermath. In this volume, it becomes clear that the author is planning to make use of the worldbuilding conceit in his overall arc, which adds some plot and background sophistication to what is still basically a hoorah shoot-em-up adventure in space.
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