Helpful votes received on reviews: 52% (17 of 33)


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Lines of Departure (Frontlines) by Marko Kloos
I found this one an original and enjoyable sci-fi tale. It is told from the perspective of the ordinary soldier/military man who does not excel in any particular field i.e. the regular "grunt". Many other military sci-fi have the lead character as a super-human hero who has a fantastic skill in some area. This concentrates on what it would be like for the ordinary "you or me", but this in no way detracts from the story which flows well & is highly entertaining. Looking forward to reading the next one.
The Catalyst (Targon Tales Book 2) by Chris Reher
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The story continues with Nova Whiteside, but I still find I am wondering a little about her background and the point that got her to the start of this story. Still, like the first the story was well-paced and entertaining. I will likely go on to get the 3rd in the series
Sky Hunter (Targon Tales Book 1) by Chris Reher
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I enjoyed the story. It was well-written and well-paced, but I wasn't sure what had got the main character - Nova Whiteside - to the point where the story starts. I felt there wasn't enough background or history introduced at the start to understand what was motivating the character or what she was like as a person. I would still recommend the read & I have already purchased book 2 in the series myself

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