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Mech 1: The Parent (2000)

Mech 1: The Parent (2000)
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Mech 1: The Parent (2000)
Mech 1: The Parent (2000)

About book: Exactly What I was Looking For!I have never read or heard of this author before but have been watching the reviews for this series for some time. The reviews (good and bad) and the synopsis drew me in, so I decided to give it a chance and I am so glad I downloaded it. This book was exactly what I was looking for, a series full of fascinating intrigue and high adventure. After reading the first chapter, I went and purchased the rest of the series. This book was very entertaining and a fast read. The story flowed smoothly from one protagonist to the next. The intricate web of the author weaved together was continually tight and on point.I usually like to watch my SF and read my dark urban fantasy but since all the space operas are gone from the boob-tube (especially my beloved SGU) there aren’t many options out there for space-based SF entertainment besides movies. In addition, sometimes a gal just needs a break from her dark urban fantasy for a bit; especially since a lot of the DUF all seem too similar as of late, with the exception of a select few. I highly recommend this book fellow SF readers and also recommend to fellow dark urban fantasy readers who are looking for a good space opera ful and not a space romance. I will be reading the next book in the series Mech 2: The Savant.I also recommend:Return to Dakistee (A Galaxy Unknown, Book 8)Song of Scarabaeus - Sara CreasyNight Veil (Indigo Court)Peacekeeper: A Major Ariane Kedros NovelBroken Mirrors - T.A. Pratt Failed the suspended reality test. Sure in all the multi-verse everything that can happen must but Zerg aliens that can tap right into "fluid-optic" networks upends reality. One its light, two is multi frequency, three its terabits of data, forth its bits baby, and five fluid? really? We use glass for a reason -refraction, reflection, absorption, pumping and doping. So maybe that complaint is because of my background :)
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Andrew
Pulpy sci-fiction. Terrible, yet wonderful. Worth its 99 cents.
nick
um... I enjoyed the story but it was really hard to get trough.
alphacutty
Not a bad book. Lots of action though a bit predictable.
kanga30
I like his other series star force better then this on.
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