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Victory: Book 3 of The Legacy Fleet Trilogy Paperback – March 25, 2016
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 25, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 414 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1530724678
- ISBN-13 : 978-1530724673
- Item Weight : 15.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 1.04 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #718,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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However, if you like one dimensional, cardboard characters with totally predictable outcomes, enjoy!
The author should be sitting between the greats; such as, Albert Einstein and Steven Hawking, James Watson and Frederick Sanger...to name a few. Very few authors can keep the continuity of science, physics and biology like Nick Webb can!!!
This should be a television series or a movie, but I do not believe a producer could handle, "The Science of Everything", this book has to offer.
Nick, Sir. You are either a genius or traveled from the future on a singularity from another galaxy...and just laughing at us Neanderthals!!!
Brilliant Work and "Semper Fi" from this Warrior Geek Reader and Forever Fan of yours!!!
p.s. Thank you for keeping the bad language down to a minimum too. But, good grief! You don't have to rub it in so much that you know some of your readers don't like it!!! I am a Marine combat veteran; with 8-years of service in the Corps. I had to listen to it every day from the enlisted and NCO ranks. Thank goodness the Marine Corps Officers, and Navy Officers, practiced more language etiquette...both in peace-time and during combat!
I liked the aspect of certain aliens coming to gather to join forces against a common enemy. The use of technology in the book was interesting and if there is a fourth book I will buy it and read it. I rated this book 4 stars.
I have one minor suggestion about the editing on the third book; I noticed at least half-a-dozen typographical errors that, as my more literate wife says,"knocks the reader out of the story"'. I'm misstified that a simple word processor didn't catch them.
I would love to see a movie series made at the quality level applied to the Harry Potter, Hobbit, and similar movie examples where the storyline of the book is followed as closly as possible. I'm giving this trilogy five stars dispute the apparent rush to press of the third book.
An excellent example of space opera. Characters are well developed including the aliens.
Aliens attacked 75 years ago and nothing since, that is until the Russians wake them. Of course nothing works out as planned.
The aliens demand total surrender and wants everyone to become a slave by a virus that allows the aliens to control everyone, which is their goal. They also want to destroy Earth to ensure obedience.
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I can't wait for independence. hopefully we will get more of the same!