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B.V. Larson
B. V. Larson is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels, many of which have reached the Amazon/Kindle Top 100 bestseller list. Writing in several genres, most of his work is Fantastic in nature, and spans from Military Science Fiction to Epic Fantasy. As a California native, B. V.... show more

B. V. Larson is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels, many of which have reached the Amazon/Kindle Top 100 bestseller list. Writing in several genres, most of his work is Fantastic in nature, and spans from Military Science Fiction to Epic Fantasy. As a California native, B. V. Larson's stories often take place on sunny beaches and in cities such as Las Vegas. He has three kids living at home and currently teaches college. He writes college textbooks as well as fiction.For more information check out the author's Homepage: BVLarson.com
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Tyson Adams Reviews
Tyson Adams Reviews rated it 6 years ago
I wanted to like this book as it had an interesting concept, but every time the action waned the naked college girl was being ogled. Felt like amateur hour writing as a result.
Fantasy Hardships
Fantasy Hardships rated it 7 years ago
I'm going to review these in bulk as they are effectively carbon copies of each other in every respect except the overarching plot. To make this clear, these books are SF pulp. Don't expect an in depth exploration of the human condition here, even though the underlying premises (soldiers that keep...
Infinite
Infinite rated it 8 years ago
Was the one of the best books I have ever read!
Standing Delivery - Ravings of a Technomancer
TL;DR version: Better than average world-building concepts, reads like well-written Mass Effect fanfiction, Dinosaurs In Space! (+1.5 stars just for this), MC is not a convincing soldier, MURIKA!Longer version:Of many, there are three things that, I believe, characterize good science fiction stories...
bookaneer
bookaneer rated it 8 years ago
DNF. Technomancer is you might get if you combined Jason Bourne and the TV show X-Files. The start of the plot is very Bourne Identity-ish: the main character, who goes by the rather romantic name of Quentin Draith, wakes up in a hospital with amnesia and a rather disturbing familiarity with the m...
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