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Please think and write faster. Meld more minds together! Whatever it takes! Thanks!
Great story. If liked Mr. Robinson's Apocalypse Machine you will like this book as well. If you have not read Apocalypse Machine go get that book too!
In this book, Jeremy Robinson has mashed together science fiction, YA, Kaiju, and Robotech. It shouldn’t work. All of these genres have been done before, and several recently have been overdone. But this book does work. Not only does it work, I would argue that it’s one of the best books Robinson has turned out in several years. What sets this book apart is that it’s not really about monsters or giant robots. It’s not even about the survival of any of the characters or of the human race. All of those things are addressed in the story, yes. But the heart of this story are the characters and their relationships with each other. The book and the organization in it are called “Unity” and that’s exactly what this book is about. If they are to survive, Effie and her team must come together and work seamlessly, flawlessly…..in unity. Base. Support. Point.
Over the years Robinson has built quite a catalogue of stories that feature incredible monsters, massive explosions, mind-bending plots, and truly fresh takes on previously over-saturated genres. He has become a household name in the world of self published success stories. His accolades are all earned and well deserved. But here’s the thing about Robinson, as accomplished as he is with writing action stories, or horror stories, or whatever else…….his true genius shines brightest when the star of the stories are in the characters and their relationships with each other. And that’s why Unity is so successful. What could have been a genre mash-up mess is instead an amazing work of strong character development and heartfelt friendship and trust. To those who would be hesitant to read this one because it’s not in your preferred genre or because the cover looks a little too “YA” for you, fear not. This book is surprisingly fantastic. A+