Well... I dunno. Typical conscripted lonesome soldier fights on some remote world, then becomes hero against all odds, then leader of the rebels, then fights the oppressive United Nations. Predictable fare.
Some like it, some won't. I wasn't impressed.
I like military SF, but this book suffers from the typical Larry Stu (Mary Sue) syndrome, in which the hero is perfect, and the bad guys are perfectly evil. Boring.
I think the author can do better.
- Gehenna Dawn
- The Ten Thousand