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Book #6 and now I must wait. Damn it! I hate when the episodes end too soon. I want to give these a one star review, but I can’t because I enjoy them too dang much. Scott Moon and Craig Martelle have fully entrenched themselves onto my short list of favorite authors. SAGCON was just as much fun to read as the previous five episodes if not more so. The new and old characters still make for an exciting action filled tale. I wish I could tell you all about it, but you’ll need to find out for yourselves. No spoilers here. I can say that the series is a super fun read. They publish a new episode every couple of weeks or so, so it never gets stale and as a reader, I feel like I’m actually there living along side everyone else. Even though each episode can stand on its own, the entire series is getting better and better. I definitely recommend trying this one from the beginning. You won’t regret it. You’ll love it! Oh and Maximus, is he pig-dog is still my favorite character. Read this series and you’ll know why. He/she is the best! Hint: what the heck does Thad feed it? 😂 Alan McDonald
Who would have thought an outer space ol'time western would be so good? I find myself looking forward to the next episode, they each keep getting better than the last as the characters are more enriched and grow with each one. I loved meeting and seeing more of the Company Man's father. Not to mention how Mast's sense of humor keeps growing as he gets more accustomed to humans and their ways. The military inclusion and the value of the inner workings of Sagcon enriched the story. Looking forward to the next episode, I'm sure it will be even better. Until then, this was my favorite episode.
In this continuing Western with a Sci-Fi twist, we get a behind the scenes look at the mysterious SAGCON, the corporation that actually owns and runs the mining planet that the Sheriff and all of the others are working for. The characters, both humans and the native race in this story have been developed to great depth, and the reader is drawn into the story all of the way, not wanting to set it down once you pick it up. Fortunately the next episodes come out on a regular schedule so the wait is not unbearable.
I really like this serialized story. Complete within themselves , it's like watching Gunsmoke set on an alien planet with the aliens as Indians. I love the dichotomy that Sheriff Fry represents: the hardened combat veteran suffering with PTSD and the lawman trying to fit into a frontier civilian world. The women are strong, the government and companies corrupt, and Fry has to make it all work. Please, keep writing! Maybe faster...
Fantastic book! Fantastic series! The stories are always creative, interesting and well-written. I look forward to each and every one and thankfully the authors don't make wait long at all. Thank you, gentlemen!
Engaging characters, believable situations both serious and humorous, oddball people of human and alien origin, hints and rumors of ancient mysteries. If the folks who flew on the Firefly class ship named Serenity had to stay planet bound for a while, they would fit right in on Darklanding! Binge reading pleasure!