A lighthearted take on kaijus with minimal character and story development. Still, it may be a good read as long as you aren't expecting anything too serious.
While the fantastic tech is no less prevalent in this second book in the Graven series, the storytelling and character development are ratcheted up a few notches to make this an exciting, bold read.
Genre defying, truly mind-blowing technology, and a revenge plot where it doesn't seem anyone can really win. This book has a little bit of everything.
Our heroes take their struggle to survive from the air to the water in the fourth book in the Hell Divers series. With renewed purpose, the crews of the Hive and Deliverance set their sites on the Metal Islands, a place they intend to call home just as soon as they uproot the cannibals that have already claimed it as their own.
A little confusing at times, Sun of Suns is nevertheless an excellent book with some beautiful worldbuilding.
Deliverance maintains the fast pace of the previous novels, but the writing, which continues to remain shallow, and the lack of any real character development took this one down a notch compared to the early novels in the series.
A fast-paced, fun novel that isn't going to dazzle you with its sophisticated writing but which will take you along for one hell of a ride.
A novel that is good, apocalyptic fun with a hero who just so happens to be a postman.
Midi-chlorians aside, this is a fun read and an entertaining listen if you pick up the audiobook.