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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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Success! sotolf has read 56 of 12 books.

Q-Ship Chameleon (2019, Glynn Stewart) 4 stars

A heroic Captain denied command A battered but relentless enemy A covert operation to strike …

Better than the last one.

5 stars

I don't know why, this one seems to have about the same amount of tense scenes and stuff, but it was a lot of fun, I think it may have had more personal stuff in between :)

Battle Group Avalon (Paperback, 2019, Glynn Stewart) 4 stars

Turning the Tide

The Terran Commonwealth has proved a nigh-unstoppable juggernaut in its war against …

Good book, but a bit too tense for me

4 stars

I did enjoy this book, but it wasn't my favourite as it seemed to focus a bit more on the battles than the people this time, I do very much prefer it when it's focusing more on the people than on being tense and battles.

Stellar Fox (Paperback, 2019, Glynn Stewart) 4 stars

Legendary… And Untested

Captain Kyle Roberts delivered one of the Castle Federation’s few victories in …

Fun book with good characters

5 stars

I always enjoy Glynns Characters, and how they are more important than the action, It's just nice to spend time with the book's characters, very enjoyable.

Abroad in Japan (2023, Transworld Publishers Limited) 4 stars

When Englishman Chris Broad landed in a rural village in northern Japan he wondered if …

Well written and fun

4 stars

There is a lot good to say about this one, it's well and written in a fun tone, I just don't know to me it focused on the things that probably isn't as interesting to me, but then again, as a book written about Chris' life, Chris gets to decide what he wants to write about, and what he finds important, that I don't quite agree doesn't really matter :p I also have been listening to his podcast for years, so most of the stories I had heard before already, but it's a well written and fun to read trip no matter what.