The Macros no longer trust him. He is a mad dog that must be put down--and all Star Force must be stamped out with him. The war expands in this story, and mankind is once again faced with annihilation. As a California native, B. Larson's stories often take place on sunny beaches and in cities such as Las Vegas. He has three kids living at home and currently teaches college. He writes college textbooks as well as fiction.
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Exile Star Force Series Book Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Showing of 2 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Crow is up to his old tricks. Why Kyle didn't expect something like this is beyond me.
Conquest: Star Force, Book 4 (Unabridged)
While he has been away from Earth Crow has been seizing power. Add to this enemy fleets gathering for an assault and Star Force is in a bind again. The characters are the same I'm starting to like the crazy robot Marvin.
I really like this series. Hope the next chapters live up to the journey so,far. See both reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Verified Purchase. This series is excellent the whole way through. Whenever you think a rhythm has been established, it evolves into a new situation with clever implications. The writing is fast paced but not simplistic. The plots are sometimes cliche, but they shift around so fast that they aren't predictable or boring.
It's not deep philosophy or dense reading, but it is extremely creative and have a consistent treatment of the futuristic technologies. Caveats 1 Books are excellent and end at a logical stopping point. Books are pale imitations that can be skipped without missing anything.
I didn't hate the last 3, but they are disappointing after the brilliance of the first 9. The first 9 are better left unblemished with an anticlimactic sequel trilogy. It doesn't get in the way of the good parts of the books, but it is there. Every female character is described in terms of her attractiveness when first introduced.
All women are either objects of desire, incompetent under pressure, or schemers. The men, by contrast, are portrayed with much more variety in personality and role. Women are never insulted explicitly, but the characterization is still pretty consistent and unfortunate. After reading all of the books on this series I have to say , not bad.. It must be difficult to write a plot or series of plots that continue for 10 books. This author does a fine job though. Not all of the books captured my interest but enough did for me to say the series is worth reading.
I would even like to see more in this universe , perhaps a story written much further into its future. It does have its share of editing issues , but what book nowadays doesn't. The plots for the most part don't get to bogged down. The technical imagination is worth exploring.
Character development could be better and does improve with some of the latter titles. I would recommend these for a reader who wants to continue in a world that goes on Colonel Riggs and Sandra are back along with the brilliant sometimes dangerous robot Marvin. Now living in the Eden System and running out of humans, Riggs battles the Macros with the help of the Centaur race, the Worms and even the Crustaceans. But Earth now under the rule of Emperor Crow, an egomaniacal, brutal leader and supreme commander of Imperial Fleet are against him as well.
Riggs and his rag tag crew of humans and Centaurs manage to out wit, out last and out play the evil machine race and the Empire but the cost in lives is staggering. Subjecting himself to a series of microbiological upgrades in order to withstand the crushing pressure on a gas giant Jupiter type planet in the Eden System, Riggs makes contact with the superior race known as the Blues who live there.
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Gaseous airgel beings arrogant, powerful and rude the Blues created the Macros; could Colonel Riggs form an alliance with the Blues to stop the Macros from destroying the entire Eden System and can Riggs and Sandra stay alive? A must read; no shortage of action and intrigue. This is the sixth book in B.