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Wanting for More
The suspense continues to build as the story unfolds. Can't wait for the next volume to come out.
Great story, great characters, great narrative tensions! Thank you, guys!
This was an excellent story! Thank you for great read and not leaving me hanging. I can't wait till the next story.
A Healthy Beginning
I've followed OSC's work for years now and have read each novel he has come out with. While some may argue the Ender Universe is overused now, I disagree. The Formic Wars series has been extraordinarily interesting to all fans of the Ender sagas, and even though it is a prequel it may be one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish as he incorporates elements of current political and scientific realism with fictional possibilities that tie into later books within the universe.
The Second Formic Wars is off to a great start. We were not looking for an immediate pickup from the last book, yet the time skip did not overly change the characters we've come to love. You can see many have matured and grown into leaders that they will need to be, and even in The Swarm you can see the small cracks of hope that will help contribute to victory over the Formics. Very well done for the first book, I can't wait for the next two.
They Are Back!
By William Mark
Excellent tale and characters. Enjoyed this new adventure.
A Treat That'll Leave You Craving for More
Card and Johnston prove their mastery over the art of story-telling once more with this incredible start to the Second Formic War series. The novel bursts with life at every moment, causing one to hoot in joy at the victories, audibly curse the misfortunes, and much more. Honestly, the only vice this novel has is the fact that it does not give one closure and forces readers to painstakingly wait a good several months before having the ability to rejoin the gang in their unspooling adventures during the Second Formic War. However, fantastic literature such as this needs time in order to properly materialize, so all one can do now is enjoy this work for what it is and wait patiently for the next installation.
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