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    Very enjoyable read

    Very good read, enjoyed reading it. Plenty of action, just what I like
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    A mediocre action novel

    This is a pretty weak effort by the author. Very much styled after Tom Clancy's technique but missing Clancy's skill at character development. So this might appeal to military enthusiasts. The sci fi aspect is badly conceived - the UFO is almost human-made, making it easy for the heroes to get around. The monsters are at first interesting and later, mass produced. The ending is anti-climactic.
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    Existential

    I had high expectations for this book, as I like mystery/horror stories based in arctic conditions. The premise was good, but it fell short of being excellent because: 1. It could have used better proofreading: "unphased" when "unfazed" would have been correct, for example. 2. The ever-evolving "monster" was morphing into way too many forms to be credible, even given the license that we must give to speculative fiction. 3. The characters were too formulaic, and not in themselves very interesting, and their dialogue didn't seem very lifelike. A good attempt, but I didn't find it satisfying in the end.
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