Publish date: November 9th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Argo (#1)
Argh. I'm very angry where it ended because of the periphery world. I think the world had a lot of potential that was, ultimately, unrealized. There could have been so much more done with it and so much more explained. Instead, the focus was slightly off-kilter. I mean, the book's not bad for what i...
A book start with an idea. Readers grab it, diving in amazing worlds with unknown characters and environment. I'm a big fan of sci-fi and fantasy, exactly because I love to know new worlds... I had a huge problem with this book... Read 24% and give up for a simple reason: ideas are there, but comple...
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I saw alot of reviews comparing this to SGA fanfiction. Since I've never watched the show (and therefore never read fanfic about it), I liked this book. Interesting cast of characters, creepy insect like enemies (ewww!). Pacing seems a little slow to start out with, but I quicking warmed up to the c...
I had high hopes for this, an m/m sci-fi, yay, but it's like reading an episode of Stargate Atlantis, the writing is OK so if you don't know Atlantis you might like this more than I did2.5 stars