- File Size: 1430 KB
- Print Length: 126 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MPSVLSA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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With in the covers of this book are four wonderful stories from the Pax Imperium that add to the growing universe of the Pax Imperium and it really brings to light the intriguing universe of the Pax Imperium and the bounty of characters you will love...or hate!
Mr. Wecks is so good at building his characters that you feel you know them and want to delve deeper into each and ever one of them to better understand them as they are all brought to life with a brilliance that shines. As an all his characters, Mr. Wecks deals in the reality of human bounds and their actions are truly believable and there are no SUPER HERO'S....just folks out to save themselves and the world they live in!!
He Dug The Grave Himself
Brody: Hope Unconquered
All four stories are wonderfully written. They develop at the proper pace, no fluff, strong story line and when tied with the Pax Imperium open up a huge and exciting universe. Though all four are worthy of anyone's time...Brody: Hope Unconquered if my favorite. Yours may be one of the others but you must read them first to find out...I suggest that you do so!
I will not go into the individual stories or characters as that is not my thing. Each story is different, with each going its on way but they are tied to the Pax Imperium and in such are an integral part of the Pax Imperium and a must read.
Brody: Hope Unconquered and Taylor's Watch are most closely tied to and have the greatest impact on the Imperium and in such I find them the most important to the Pax Imperium. "He Dug The Grave Himself" and "Rena's Song" are just a little different setting and have less direct impact on the looming war for control of the empire.
When reading Mr. Wecks work...it is hard not to feel that he's lived the stories and to me that is what makes a truly good read. It doesn't feel so made up!!! Check them out...you'll love these stories and Mr. Wecks!!!
Not get me wrong, I have no problem with hope but what author describes in "Brody" is flat out idiocy.
The story about the attack on the star gate seems to be inflated version of a chapter ripped off from some other book.
Besides, SF is only backdrop in 1st and 3rd story.
1. Side effects include procrastination at work and insomnia
2. Way too short! should have expanded into a novel!