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  • Excellent conclusion to the series

    Scalzi ties up all the loose ends that will completely satisfy those who have been following the series. He incorporates old characters and new while throwing in a few surprises. This was a very satisfying read.

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  • Relieved!

    I thought I had finished the series and then relialized I had this one left to read. So relieved! Oh, wait! Now I'm really done! Oh no.... Please Sir, may I have some more?

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  • Witten at pool in Puerto Vallarta

    Nice finish to the series although i found it t be a little superficial. Old Mans War actually had moments that were deeply moving this not so much I love most of Scalzi's work and as a story teller he is first rate... Hope to read what he has coming out next

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  • A fitting end to the series.

    A fitting end to the series, at least it should be, unless Scalzi comes up with a really killer reason for going back the the Old Man's War. I've always enjoyed the writing, and the wit of this series, and pretty much everything Scalzi has written (although I've heard there are a few duds). Like many, I appreciate that the characters are all pretty competent and likable. My wife who is reading the story at the same time as me, has expressed displeasure with the four-novella break-down of the book, but I didn't mind it. Much golden age science fiction appeared as a series of short stories and novellas in the SF magazines of the time, and then were cobbled together as fix-up novels, so this is almost an homage to the old days. Again, my only problem with the story was that if Earth has rejected the Conclave and the Colonial Union, then who's protecting them. I know the Conclave is stopping all worlds from new colonization, but any world out there with cause to hate the CU would nuke the hell out of the planet, just to keep it from maybe falling back into their arms at a later date. I could see any world getting away with it, and it sure took Equilibrium quite a while to set themselves on this plan of action.

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  • Good but not his best

    Not to Redshirts or Old man's war level but not bad

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