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Planet Strike: Volume 2 (Extinction Wars) Paperback – 8 Mar 2014

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  • Paperback: 346 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (8 Mar. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1496094158
  • ISBN-13: 978-1496094155
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 541,112 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Another cracking instalment in the extinction wars, really picks up the pace and leaves plenty of room for further books. With any luck Vaughn will continue with this series. Well worth it and nothing negative about the book, apart from my lack of sleep while I devoured it!
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Really enjoyed it and downloaded book 3 as soon as I finished it. However, the reason I gave it 4 stars was because whoever did the proofreading needs to be stood up and lasered by one of the aliens. It was even worse than book 1. Also, isn't it handy that all this human food supplied by the aliens is readily available and they all speak and understand English!
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This book suffers from being the middle book in a trilogy. This means that the space battles are really strung out and there is no hope of a conclusion until we get to the next book. I got fed up with the battles in hyperspace.. I have enough trouble imagining space without having to imagine hyperspace. .struggled with suspending disbelief. But I will probably read book number 3. I really like Commander Creed.
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After reading the first book in this series my expectation of a credible story that was both believable and well written, (as opposed to the first book) in this I was disappointed as this book was even worse than the first book. I read a lot of Science Fiction and this is possibly the worst book I have read for a very long time.
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This is a very well done continuation of the extinction wars series. My personal opinion is that it compares very much like Asimov`s Foundation series. Really looking forward to reading the next book
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Book 2 leads on quite logically from Book 1 and quickly settles the reader back into the adventures of Commander Creed and his goal of cleaning up Earth (and of course exacting revenge wherever he can).
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I have to say, Vaughn Heppner's writing is a breath of fresh air. He combines a fantastic story with well defined characters and amazing villains. His books manage to portray that elusive quality. The ability of the human spirit to triumph over incredible odds.
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Unfortunately, while there are a number of good ideas, the first two books in the series are not well plotted and not well written. The dialogue is stilted, and the characters awful. The main character ( the books are written form his viewpoint) is a boorish person, who is just plain weird, as well as being so much more clever than those surrounding. He can always out think the aliens even though he is a barely educated ex-soldier circa 1990s, ex-con and the Aliens have superb technology space travel, weapons, armour, computers, AI etc. .In fact he is just full of himself but seems to drop everything to chase some female interest called Jen , who appears and disappears at odd moments. There is also, for me, a weird xenophobic undercurrent - sure the aliens obviously do notexist but... I just get the impression he isn't writing about aliens when he slides in the "racialist" slurs against the Aliens. The aliens all seem to resemble earth animals, or insects. Particularly unpleasant are the references to Baboons, smelly stupid etc.... Amongst the many issues with the books, are lots ( nearly every other page) references to events in Earth history roughly prior to the 1990s. COmplete pages are wasted in writing endless "and did you know that...". Seems like a little bit of research into Wikipedia, mainly around World War Two, and for good measure a few paragraphs on the Spartans do it for the Author- pity the history is not more accurate, or better yet , left out entirely. It really does grate. Also the main character constantly switches into USA slang when talking to the Aliens( and on occasion even "talks" to the reader" ("My friend, you would ..."). But underneath it all , I have the distinct feeling that I have read some if not all of this before.Read more ›
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