Overall Feedback: Unbelievably well written story. This is a hold on to your seat, rampant ride into space military action. The action is non stop and Thomas has really done well to grab a hold of the reader and not let go until the last page.
Point of View: You will be following young Hawk as he realizes was he is born to do.
Voice: It seems to me this is more about realizing the truth of yourself rather than the truth people choose to see in you.
Character Development: You will get a real feel for the main character. I do think that the supporting characters could have used a little more polish.
Plot: Twisting turning action packed space military adventure. Need I say more.
Dialogue: Believable and natural.
Pacing: The writer will run away with your imagination leaving your heart racing and you breathless.
Setting: Perfect and adds to the imaginary real to this story.
Continuity: A couple issue in the beginning but nothing that will keep you from enjoying a great story.
Description from Amazon
For eight year old orphan, Alexander Hawk, the question, "Is there other Intelligent life in the Universe?" has been answered with a resounding YES!
Plucked from a correctional facility for boys because of a test he never even finished, Alexander is sent to train for combat against an alien race of Alligators which is attacking another group of aliens, the Macktonics, who have allied with United States in return for advanced technology.
The United States' gathers an army of children so they will arrive at the perfect age for fighting. Alexander faces grueling training exercises as he struggles to rise to the challenge of preparing to save the placid Macktonic alien civilization from pending attack. Before his training is complete he comes face to face with the enemy. Alexander becomes student and teacher as they square off against a superior aggressor. Traveling through time portals crossing time and space to gain intelligence, and ultimately to hunt down their foe before they attack the Macktonics.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011