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Moon Wreck: The Slaver Wars, Book 1 Audio Download – Unabridged

3.7 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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Firstly, I got this book as a WhysperSync but the text does not match the Audio to a significant extent.
Secondly, the book is badly written and repetitive, nor is there any fleshing out or development of the characters. The female characters seem like watered down Barbies.
What is incredible is the way there are no real language or cultural differences between humans from different worlds. That seems lazy and a missed opportunity.
It's an interesting storyline and with better writing ...
It's not worth spending the time unless you like pulling your hair out.
For those interested, I also reviewed it on Audible. Least said ...
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I am on book three now and I am enjoying the series and they seem to get better with each new book. The idea of finding a wrecked ship on the moon is excellent and not many books I can find base story's start around space archaeology but the description of every female in the story including the AI's as stunning etc is a bit repetitive and I feel patronizing. As an ex military person who cares as long as people can do their job and have your back! If I was starting the series again I would start with book 2 then book one it makes more sense that way (too me anyway) I like the jump forwards in time which keeps the story moving along quickly coupled with the continuity of being able to revive characters from Cryo and I think is well done and I will stick with series until it finishes. I have previously not bothered with this series thinking Slaver small scale and so was pleasantly surprised with its scope.And also the necessary ruthlessness shown by some characters as the series progresses.
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If this was intended for a Young Adult audience, then I think the synopsis or book description should say so. If not, then this is one where a potentially good story has been spoiled by poor delivery. Most of the characters, displayed little emotional maturity ("I've just made the most important discovery in the last millennium of human history, but I'm homesick and would rather be home" - really?).
Every female character (human or otherwise) was described in terms of her looks (and amazingly all were "stunning" or "striking" blondes, brunettes, etcetera ); surely we can do better than that in this day and age - YA intended or not?
The most annoying thing is that the premise for the story is a good one, and a really good space opera could have been born. There are some terrible plot holes (can't tell you without spoilers), but to its credit the story moves along at a fast pace, although seems to have been written to just set up the following books.
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You'd have to be utterly soulless not to love this story. I have just finished reading the entire Slaver Wars series (so far) in about 10 days. It fast paced and the story sucks you in straight away. In some ways the style reminded my of the old Lensman series only updated a bit. But really don't analyse it, enjoy it. If a good read to you is like running a movie in your mind then you won't be able to put it down either.
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A truly awful book. I'm glad I borrowed it for free and didn't waste money. It's so derivative and the dialogue is very repetitive. I lost count of how many times one of the main characters hoped that 'one day his son would be flying a ship fighting the enemy' or words to those effect, and how many times it was mentioned that the aliens would be coming in a certain number of years.

I managed to make it to the end, but I won't be bothering with the rest of the series. I'm bemused by all the glowing reviews, but I guess we all have our own tastes.
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By Occhi on 16 Sept. 2015
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I only tend to leave reviews if something is really good or.....really bad. I'm sincerely amazed at the amount of 5 star reviews this book has had; as these convinced me to get the book I may have to re-evaluate how I choose in future.
Just so you know I forced myself to finish yhe book in the hope it'd improve....it didn't.
The writing style is truely dreadful and reminds me of a comic script....only without the benefit of pictures! The characters are two dimensional at best, there're plot holes bigger then the crater the ship was found in and any problems, large or small, that the 'heros' have to face are conveniently dealt with........with absolutely no drama what so ever.
Just to give you an idea of what you can expect (without a spolier if you still intend to read); the main characters are on the moon having a meeting over a simple meal which included chips (crisps) and sodas......seriously!!
Don't say you've not been warned.
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Very disappointed I'm afraid. I know the series is very popular so it may just be me but like some other reviewers I found the writing was more directed to a young adult adventure audience rather than a mature reader. There is no attempt to develop any characters in depth and while I finished the book, at the end I really couldn't have cared less about anyone in it - always a bad sign. Maybe the rest of the series is better but I don't think I'll find out.
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Really enjoyed the story but the writing is awful in the first half of the book. The dialogue between characters is completely false and it does that terrible American documentary thing where every 5 minutes they recap on what you've just seen. The writing seemed to improve 2nd half so I may try one more before I decide whether to read the series.
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