This is a great start of a new book series. Mr. Nuttall have built a nice universe for future adventures in this war and I am certainly looking forward to read the next instalment. [...]
Blood Trade – This series is getting better and better.
This series got off to a rocky start. At the begining I especially felt that the main character, Jane Yellowrock, was too timid and really lacking in Charisma. The latest books have really improved...
Revelation Protocol – Solid young adult adventure story
This is a solid young adult adventure story although I have to say that I liked the first one better. Then I have a tendency to always like the first book in any series that revolves around humans discovering that the are other life out there. That is when these kind of stories are fresh and they deliver most of their potential. [...]
The Riss Series (5 Book Series) - A young girl dreams of seeing the stars and meeting aliens. Her chance comes in the form of a project offering a college education and commissioning in the SAS Fleet. The price: An alien parasite that inhabits her body and mind.
Full Circle – Good book, lots of action but with a somewhat dark ending.
This is the fourth and, apparently, last book in the Bookworm series by Christopher Nuttall. It is a good book with plenty of action and the writing is as good as always from this author. The book ...
Earth Alone by Daniel Arenson
Star Nomad by Lindsay Buroker 4 stars
A Small Colonial War – A good conclusion to the Warspite story arc in the Ark Royal series.
As usual books from Christopher Nuttall are a fairly safe bet. Well, I guess it depends on your reading preferences of course but personally I quite like the books from this author and this one is no exception. Mr Nuttall often spins his stories from real world situations and events. Sometimes the link is rather direct and sometimes the link is somewhat stretched and quite embellished in the fictional parts of the book. In this book the influences from the Falklands war as well as the [...]
The Nameless War – Very enjoyable. Definitely my cup of tea.
I have to admit that this review might be colored towards the positive by the fact that this type of story is definitely one of my favorite ones. However, I did find this book to be, not only my type of story, but well written and with a set of characters that I took a liking to. [...]
Second Front – Doug Dandridge threw in a few twists in this excellent 9th installment of Empires At War
The reviews of the books in the Exodus: Empires At War series are becoming a bit repetitive. Words like great, excellent etc. have a tendency to sneak into every other sentence for instance. Well, I do not know how to make them more varied since these books are great and excellent full stop. The few gripes I might have from time to time are miniscule and more due to personal preferences than anything else. [...]