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This is a fast-moving story, and I enjoyed every page. If you’re looking for something for the beach, the cabin, or the lake and you enjoy sci-fi adventures, you’ll like Into the Green.
You are not going to be able to put this one down, so don't start it late in the evening. Mr. Curtis shows again his deft touch with humor, and the human condition. His characters are well-drawn and complex. His plot is solid. And his story moves along.
Buy it, read it, think about it afterwards. If you enjoy stories with a mil SF flavor you should like this one a great deal.
Military personnel, even after retiring, tend to stick around the community. JL has brought his history with him and apparently had a great time creating this environment. The characters are varied and realistic, the tech just far-out enough to be fun without needing lots of explaining.
Best part for those who have kept up with JL's blog and other books - he's brought individuals from the real world and his other anthologies into this world. Look for some easter-eggs and familiar names!
This was a really good read, excellent for long trips, or camping. It's easy to read a few chapters, set down, and pick up again (with maybe some back-paging). Like Curtis' Gray Man series, you understand the villains' motivations and want the heroes to win. The action flows well with periodic pauses or breaks. It's an excellent first book for a SF series. The characters (human and other) are well described, with good motivation and understandable goals and actions. The story lines expand in logical, believable time for moving people and ships around. The most intriguing and infuriating character is his old teammate Diez, who has a very unusual background which is not fully developed; this makes an excellent plot teaser.
Highly recommended for those who like strong characters, gritty heroes, and occasional bits of sheer fun.
The book has engaging, well drawn characters, interesting world (universe) building and lots of action. Does it have deeper meaning? possibly not, but so what? this is a great read for a lazy afternoon. It ends suitably with no real threads dangling, but there is clearly going to be a sequel and that's a good thing because I want to know "what happens next". There are a couple of times where it seems to me the author is a bit too reliant on a "deus ex machina", which is the only reason this doesn't get its fifth star. (The DeM, although explained in advance, seems to me to be a bit too good to be true but YMMV and it doesn't really ruin the story)