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This series will have you thinking of the implications that come with trying to make a super-soldier. What are the far reaching consequences? And entwined with alien interference it will be an interesting read.
These two authors did no research on how soldiers are expected to act and how they are expected to think. They also did no research into technologies they put in this book and felt they needed to explain.
First, no army, except those who only consist of suicide bombers, wants a soldier who can't think. "Going feral" is something no military would ever allow in its forces. But, we are to believe that an army that has to travel 6 months through hyperspace is going to be made up of people barely able to think without killing everyone around them. We are to believe that an army is going to field soldiers that "go feral" and forget how to use a rifle and just use it as a club.
One example of no research into the technologies is the "stealth coating that reflected radar telescopes". No. In actuality, stealth coating works by absorbing radar waves. Radar works by reflecting waves off of a target, so a reflective coating is the last thing you want for stealth.
What is radar telescopes? I am guessing the authors heard of radio telescopes and figured they could just substitute the word radar in there. Unfortunately, they have no clue how radar work, so they do not realize there is no such thing and never will be such a thing as radar telescopes.
3 books covered in 475 pages? This "boxed set" of the books is shorter than most regular books.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 13, 2022
The premise is of a gene altered experienced soldier. Initially the story seems okay. As the story progresses the main character becomes more and more inept. It got to the point where I could not read it anymore. You know, it used to be there were people called Editors. These people would read a story, point out the glitches and pronounce if the story was viable. The only thing I see the Editor did in these books is clean the spelling and maybe the language use. This story was poorly researched, and does not hold together in a clear, progressive useful way. This is the reason it earns a one star.