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sotolf

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Joined 2 months, 3 weeks ago

I'm mostly a sci-fi reader, preferring happy feelgood stories, and competency porn, but reading a lot of different stuff makes me happy :)

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Command Decision (library binding, 2008) 5 stars

Getting better as the series goes

5 stars

I'm really enjoying this series, and for each of the books in it I feel they are getting better, I really loved the multiple viewpoints in this one, and the lowstakes highstake thing is quite nice, really enjoyable for me.

Shadow of the Scorpion (Paperback, 2008, Night Shade Books) 5 stars

Raised to adulthood during the end of the war between the human Polity and a …

Driving plot with just the right amount of mystery

5 stars

I really enjoyed this read, it was fun, went fast and just was a very nice read.

It kept up the mystery without world ending stakes to a nice point where I was always driven to continue on, I really enjoyed this book.

Engaging the Enemy (Mass Market Paperback, 2007, Del Rey) 5 stars

For fans of fast-paced adventure and compelling characters, the military science fiction of Nebula Award--winning …

Really enjoyable

5 stars

I enjoyed this book so much, It's really nice with competency porn, trading, and even some space battles this time :)

commented on Engaging the Enemy

Sep 7 (29%) Public

Engaging the Enemy (Mass Market Paperback, 2007, Del Rey) 5 stars

For fans of fast-paced adventure and compelling characters, the military science fiction of Nebula Award--winning …

Just like the other two in this series I'm really enjoying it a lot, Elizabeth Moon really knows how to do competency porn the right way, good people being caring and good to each other is something that I never really get enough of :)

commented on Engaging the Enemy

Sep 6 (9%) Public

Engaging the Enemy (Mass Market Paperback, 2007, Del Rey) 5 stars

For fans of fast-paced adventure and compelling characters, the military science fiction of Nebula Award--winning …

I'm continuing on in this series, I really loved the second one in the series, so I'm sure this will be fun as well :)

reviewed Prador Moon

Sep 6 Public

Prador Moon (paperback, 2007, Tor) 4 stars

Really enjoyable but also really violent

4 stars

I really did enjoy this book a lot, it's a really cool world, and it just feels lived in, a lot of fun things in this one, although it is a bit violent for the sake of violence some times. I really enjoyed this one, and look forward to continue on reading books from this universe.