Red Star Sheriff: Volume One (The Sol Trilogy Book One 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : March 26, 2020
- File Size : 1282 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 515 pages
- ASIN : B085MNJX71
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,419,743 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I especially like science fiction stories and this one is really great!
It is a sci-fi Western inspired by Stephen King's Dark Tower series, the Wild Arms video game series, with hints of Westworld sprinkled in here and there. Red Star Sheriff is a story of many facets. Set hundreds of years after the Earth's first real death, the colonies of Sol are in a constant struggle for power between the various factions seeking control. Not many stories in science fiction concentrate on the human home solar system where old world mentalities work in conjunction with futuristic technologies.
Save your money people... just watch the above Indiana Jones movie and then picture it in a lame westworld spaghetti western - with obligatory scene after obligatory scene. Real bad knock off where a b-movie attempt at Westworld meets the worst of the Indiana Jones movies, ‘The Last Crusade’.
Let’s walk it through: plot surrounds a book/journal written by the main character’s father - with details and hints about powerful tech - the bad guy is after it, where if he gets it, he will have the power to rule or make the rules - sound familiar yet - same as Last Crusade- where who holds the power of the book of Indiana’s father, they can find the ruling technology - oops - I mean Holy grail; and then one person - the red sheriff a/k/a Indiana Jones must protect this book at all cost from the bad guy...that’s it - then sprinkle a little sci-fi spaghetti western concepts for gap filling knock off scenes of Westworld and you have the core of this second-rate independently published work... Oh, and really? Setting this so far off in some distant time to throw off the reader from the underlying unoriginal work. Not fooled.
I can’t stand when authors aren’t original - sometimes it’s not their fault as they subconsciously take ideas and think it is their own...
Wait... I’m not done... there’s more:
This work needs a serious editorial pass - there’s not an original idea in this - see above - soooo disappointed - the author should not try to combine two HW movies in a novel and pass it off as his own. My advice: I strongly recommend story grid - maybe it’ll help...
The author shouldn’t put people through this many pages of unoriginal ideas and grammatical mistakes - sorry - back to the drawingboard -