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Exciting military science fiction.
Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2020
Cam Alverez, born in Tiajuana, raised-if that is the word to use-in the dank underground borrows under the Las Angeles megalopolis has found his place at last in the Space Marines as a drop trooper. Drop troopers, jack-heads to the other marines, inhabit two-tons of battle armor, their Vigilante battle suits. They control the suits via a cable connection from the jacks in their heads that connect them with their suits. Otherwise, they could not control the suits with the reaction time of their thinking brains. Powerful suits they are, too.
Cam has managed to reach the age of 23 but the physical and emotional scars keep building up.
We get lots of high volume, up-close battle in this excellent series. We also get enough of a personal story with Cam and his fellow Marines that we actually give a hoot if the alien enemy, nasty suckers, turn them into dissipated molecules or not.
If you like your military science fiction over on the edge of heart-thumping action, this is the series for you. I highly recommend this for fans of the genre. If you want long, twisting introspection and indecision by a character with blue hair sitting in his PJs and wondering about the nature of existence, you can skip this series.