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The Red: First Light (The Red Trilogy) by Linda Nagata

MilSciFi.com Review of The Red: First Light by Linda Nagata

The Trials (The Red Trilogy) by Linda Nagata

MilSciFi.com Review of The Trails (The Red Trilogy) by Linda Nagata

 

Going Dark (The Red Trilogy) by Linda Nagata

Buy Linda Nagata's, The Trials (The Red Trilogy) at Amazon.com

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Title: Going Dark
Author/Editor:
Linda Nagata
Series: The Red Trilogy, (book 3)
Genre:
Science Fiction
Sub-genre: Military

Type: Novel
Page Count: 464
Size:  n/a
Cover: Color, Digital
Illustrations: n/a

Publisher: Saga Press
ISBN-10: 1481440977
ISBN-13: 978-1481440974
Other Books In Series:
    
The Red: First Light
    The Trials

 


 

MilSciFi.com reviewer: Eric Hardenbrook's Bio

06JAN2016 (28DEC2015)
Reviewed for MilSciFi.com by:
Author/Artist Eric Hardenbrook

Review Philosophy


Review:  IF you've gotten this far I suspect you're on board no matter what my review says. This is the final book of The Red trilogy. We've followed Shelley on his journey and are along for the ride as the series comes to a dramatic, destructive conclusion.

My biggest struggle with this book (and to be honest most books like this) is the amount of physical damage the characters take along the way and yet continue to function at a higher than average level. I credit the author that she builds story time for recovery and maintenance, it's more than many others do. There are still issues of how much a man can take in my mind, but if you can get past that you're all good.

There are lots of excellent questions about fanaticism to be discussed in this book. I think if Shelley were shown to be working for the best interests of any country other than our own this book wouldn't be nearly as successful. It's better when the fanatic is on your side, right? It was nice to see doubts and changes in how characters acted.

This was a really well done wrap up to an exciting series. Solid action, good characters and a conclusion that should satisfy everyone. Once again worth the read. Fans of military science fiction will really enjoy this one.

An important side note I really appreciated the way the publisher handled the release of these three books. I'm not as certain of the pricing scheme, but I think if I hadn't gotten all three of these books at roughly the same time they would have been less successful.

Star Total:  4 out of 5 stars
 


 

 

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