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Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020
FREEHOLD: RESISTANCE

Limiting this book to five stars exposes the low expectations of people who create such rating platforms.

I am therefore giving this book 8 stars. By pure coincidence, I am the sole and uncontested authority of this review and cannot be outranked by a mere 5-star-capable computer programmer who isn’t me.

And here are the facts:

1) People who write reviews of books they have not read should be tossed into open space completely naked but enclosed in a giant, insulated, heated Ziploc baggie that by design fully protects them unless they open it. Lock them in that baggie with only an oral pacifier you find in the mouth of an infant and a worn stuffed animal, pink in color, purchased from the local resale shop. Give them enough oxygen to match the amount of time it would take to read the book and also place the book in there with a battery powered light to give them something to do until they suffocate to death or choose a well deserved vacuum, either of which is inevitable but ideal.

b. This book proves the valid and reasonable necessity of bringing back dueling to settle disputes that qualify enough to stake what matters on a resolution. First 3 stars are right there.

iii: This book proves beyond any discernible measure of micro-doubt that only a complete jackäss would willingly choose to be helpless and unarmed. And only an ignorant dümbshît believes the government is here to help you. Two more stars right there. So we’ve already hit the ceiling of the programmers who say five stars is the maximum.

Guns, freedom, rights, courage, valor, risking it all for the right reasons and standing firmly in what means everything is why to devour this book and give it as a gift to all teenagers.

A novelist turned editor who is able to manage the production of world class short stories from established writers into a cohesive, unified novel has now allowed other writers to help advance a fictional universe and timeline he created: The Freehold. Michael Z. Williamson is vying for Heinlein status in THIS universe.

And if the Freehold universe is not the universe you would sell everything you have to relocate to, you don’t deserve the Freehold’s promise and should piss off right now and secretly be soaked in Reaper scent.

Grok that and read this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Multi-Heinlein Reincarnation Compilation
By Scott Wilson on January 15, 2020
FREEHOLD: RESISTANCE

Limiting this book to five stars exposes the low expectations of people who create such rating platforms.

I am therefore giving this book 8 stars. By pure coincidence, I am the sole and uncontested authority of this review and cannot be outranked by a mere 5-star-capable computer programmer who isn’t me.

And here are the facts:

1) People who write reviews of books they have not read should be tossed into open space completely naked but enclosed in a giant, insulated, heated Ziploc baggie that by design fully protects them unless they open it. Lock them in that baggie with only an oral pacifier you find in the mouth of an infant and a worn stuffed animal, pink in color, purchased from the local resale shop. Give them enough oxygen to match the amount of time it would take to read the book and also place the book in there with a battery powered light to give them something to do until they suffocate to death or choose a well deserved vacuum, either of which is inevitable but ideal.

b. This book proves the valid and reasonable necessity of bringing back dueling to settle disputes that qualify enough to stake what matters on a resolution. First 3 stars are right there.

iii: This book proves beyond any discernible measure of micro-doubt that only a complete jackäss would willingly choose to be helpless and unarmed. And only an ignorant dümbshît believes the government is here to help you. Two more stars right there. So we’ve already hit the ceiling of the programmers who say five stars is the maximum.

Guns, freedom, rights, courage, valor, risking it all for the right reasons and standing firmly in what means everything is why to devour this book and give it as a gift to all teenagers.

A novelist turned editor who is able to manage the production of world class short stories from established writers into a cohesive, unified novel has now allowed other writers to help advance a fictional universe and timeline he created: The Freehold. Michael Z. Williamson is vying for Heinlein status in THIS universe.

And if the Freehold universe is not the universe you would sell everything you have to relocate to, you don’t deserve the Freehold’s promise and should piss off right now and secretly be soaked in Reaper scent.

Grok that and read this one.
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