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Spacehawks: Family Business by [Sutter, Ed]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Length: 236 pages

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About the Author

Ed Sutter is a twenty-plus year student of the martial arts of Chinese Kenpo, karate, Aikido, and ninjutsu. An alumnus of the Marine Corps, he has worked as a technician, an engineer, a truck driver, a manager, and an estimator. Ed lives in Arizona and actually likes the hot weather. His interests are reading—big surprise!—writing, history, archaeology, theoretical physics, anthropology, paleontology, golf, skiing, and scuba diving.

Product Details

  • File Size: 320 KB
  • Print Length: 236 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press LLC (June 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 1, 2012
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008A7RJ6I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,098,765 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book has succeeded where all others have failed - I have been moved to pen a quick review.

I made it to the 24% mark as shown on my Kindle before giving up.
The plot. A poorly written transposition of Americas current oil wars and invasions of middle eastern countries into a galactic scenario, plus some Somalian piracy, with a sprinkling of Ninja assassins thrown in. Hell - The villain is even called Saddam!

Brothers meet after a year or two apart and dont recognise each other? Really? They do have a feeling that they have met before somewhere though, so I suppose that's something in their favour - although I personally certainly wouldn't employ someone who cant recognise his own brother to rescue a VIP from kidnappers! I could wind up with one of the captors in my guest suite by mistake!

It was obviously written for the 14 -15 yr old teenager in mind, so I do take SOME responsibility for the purchase and have given it one star accordingly.

The book may improve further on - if so I'm going to miss it.

I definately paid $4.98 too much for this!
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When a $5 ebook makes you crave well-rounded and believable characters like Han Solo and Flash Gordon, you begin to suspect that you have been had. The characters in Spacehawks are so 2 dimensional it is flattering to call them cardboard, as cardboard has palpable depth. The plot is so cheezy that you suspect it has been written by a computer program, using the keywords "supermen" "brotherhood" "assassin" "kidnapping" "rescue" and "token strong female". They write Harlequin romances that way, don't they? If you have read the book "Hawke" by Ted Bell, then you know about larger-than-life characters with mind-blowing martial arts abilities, who cannot be hurt and for whom everything turns out in their favour. I should have taken my cue from the similarity in the names of the books and saved myself some valuable reading time.
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This book is a good science fiction story. The writer gets your interest in the main characters, and introduced the background of the characters. I admit that I will be looking for another book in the series. Keep writing Ed Sutter!
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This was a fun read. Yes the characters are a bit cheesy (read bullet proof) but to me it is a fun story.
Enjoyable read all the way to the end.
Am looking forward to the more books from this author.
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By Derek on November 6, 2013
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Enjoyed the book. It didn't really try to get too technical, and moved along easily. Things worked out a little too easily for the good guys, but still fun.
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Like very much the line of story, looking for sequels, well written and entertain, i've read many novels, but this novel I did like
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Great read, fast and furious with almost super heros taking on all commers. I loved it and hope to read more about the Spacehawks.
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Very few breaks in the action, even the background on the characters holds your attention. Very interested to see more.
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