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Whew glad this is over. I wanted to scream at times at the whining and repeating over and over again the whining. I must admit I had to get up and leave the audio running so that I'd hopefully miss it. Finally it's over. I don't know why I'm giving it two stars.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful
it's like if someone saw starship troopers and drunkenly was explaining it to a friend. Bugs, sensitive protagonist, cheesy military tropes, jock gf, super hot girl leaves said protagonist for "fleet" to be a lifer. I actually researched to see if the stories were related because this level of theft must be illegal?
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
It’s a good written story with a lot of potential. The first book is about Marco a young boy who is drafted in military in an after apocalyptic environment. Where earth is still under attack. The story focuses a lot about the camp life. It’s good but I can’t wait for the next book where I feel the story will really begin. I recommend the first book, just to know the Dragon company and how it all started. But I think the second book is where it really begins.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
For a MilSciFi too little sci too much stereotypical boot camp and too little military action. For me chapter 1 and 2 into's chara... chapters 3 to 19-ish could be dropped as too tedious to bother with. As they say I'll never get that time back!
What could Daniel Arenson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
cut the bootcamp from 3/4 of book to 10%.
Have you listened to any of Jeffrey Kafer’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Performance was fine
Could you see Earth Alone being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?
No NO No NO No!
Any additional comments?
Now i have to decide whether to waste another credit on next book or just abandon the author and write this off as experience