The End of All Things
Publish date: 2015-08-11
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: Old Man's War (#6)
The End of All Things is aptly named because the last 2 books of this series absolutely ruined it. The books were good and enjoyable but just dragged the series down because it had nothing to do with the original 4. OK, it did, in a way but not the way I was wanting. This like the 5th book, The Huma...
This was the sixth book in the Old Man's War series and as always, I enjoyed the read. This book continues the story from the previous books, and it once again takes on the form of multiple novellas rather than one continuous novel. That part frustrates me a bit as the last three books in the seri...
More of the odd, deliberately conceived multiple stories as fake novel approach seen in the previous entry in the series, though we've gone from short stories to novellas, this time - and fewer of them. Weirdly, it doesn't work as well as the mosaic now looks more like just a bunch of torn canvasses...
Guys. Guys. I met John Scalzi last week. He didn't come to my town as part of his book tour, but he did come to one that was just about ninety minutes away, so I made a special trip to (a) buy the book, (b) get it signed, and (c) meet John Scalzi! It was definitely a squee-worthy moment, especially...
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