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Doom Star #3

Vaughn Heppner

1 of 5 stars

 

Well, I gave this series [Doomstar] 3 books to interest me. And it never did. Poor, amateurish writing, depressing situations that give not even the slightest sliver of hope, a main character who talks about “freedom” but is just one selfish bastard and then nothing but death, death with side order of massive death.

This was just depressing and poorly edited.

Vaughn, pay the couple of hundred bucks to have a professional editor pick you apart and put you back together. You might have a chance then.

This series gets a big BLEH from me.

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Doom Star #2

Vaughn Heppner

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

 

I feel like I am reading some sort of train wreck with these books. I don’t particularly “like” them, but I KNOW I am going to be reading the next one 🙂

More fighting between the Social Unity and the Highborn with politics inserting itself and ruining everything. And our main character is stuck in the middle, again.

I think part of why I don’t care that much for these is that both the S.U. and the Highborn are both entities that a normal human wouldn’t want. And from the actions, or lack thereof, from the outer planet confederation [I can’t remember if it was even really named], it doesn’t seem much better.

So I am reading a survival story with no good options.