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More filters. Sort order. First I would like to give you all a fair warning that this book is extremely addictive and has been known to make time fly. The U. Government is approached by a technology advanced and peaceful alien species, which has studied or love for violence. They have promised the U. S the technology to remain the super power of the world for a long time to come in exchange for our help to defeat a monstrous species of aliens that move from star system to star system killing all inhabitants and striping First I would like to give you all a fair warning that this book is extremely addictive and has been known to make time fly.

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S the technology to remain the super power of the world for a long time to come in exchange for our help to defeat a monstrous species of aliens that move from star system to star system killing all inhabitants and striping the planets of all resources. When the U. Government starts recruiting the sharpest minds they can find they end up way over there head with a 8 year old orphan boy named Alexander Hawk from a correctional facility who scored the highest on a IQ test that he refused to finish.

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It reminded me of a slightly less articulate and mentally slower sibling the kind that gets pushed to the back of photos to Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. Not as polished, not as exciting or well written, but the general idea of it was there aliens, space fighting, lots of children dragged across the universe to fight an adults war FYI, it continues all the way to the start of Chapter Other editing issues included missing words, incorrect use of words, or mixed order of words in sentences.

First the questions were way to hard, and then Missing the second o in too. Similar instances included it instead of it's , your instead of you're , except instead of accept and the list goes on. I also had huge issues with the POV changing from first to third person mid scene, hell, even mid sentence! Alexander climbed in and shut the door. Editing and spelling issues aside here, probably the most disturbing thing about this book is the age of Alexander and the very adult situations he was portrayed in.

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This along with the annoyance at the editing and POV changes really ruined what could have been a decent story. Thomas, I would consider either making Alex a bit older or laying off all the sexy stuff with his girl friend until he's at least The bible stuff didn't thrill me, but then I mostly skipped over that while reading as I didn't feel it added anything to the story, in fact it probably made me dislike Alexander even more, he is rather disturbing in how one minute he's super kid extraordinaire, the next he's just a mean kid who likes to bash up anyone who touches him I could have really gotten into a bit more information about some of the other main kids that stepped into the other major roles, Intel and Kirk etc and less simulations, or at least more interesting ones.

Sorry Thomas it just didn't do it for me. It was a struggle to get through some of it, I won't be reading book 2. NOTE: I receieved a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review View 1 comment. First of all I'm trying to figure out what genre to put this in. Sci-fi, absolutely. There is an 8 year old smoking ciggs and then other kids start smoking, plus he and his group are then talking about how he has girlfriend and if he is gonna get laid this part may put him at 9 or 10 years old.

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If this is supposed to be YA for under 14 I just don't find that appropriate and btw, I am single with no kids and over 25, but I do have a 13 year old brother. I recognize tha First of all I'm trying to figure out what genre to put this in. I recognize that my brother, at 13, would understand that this is fiction but I believe these topics with such a young child as the main character should not be in a YA book.

The synopsis for this book led me to believe it would be a YA sci-fi book which is why I'm bringing this concern up. Moving on to the other issues I had: age it was stated that they wanted the kids to be at their prime of 18 for when they finally fought. Okay fine, but having the main kid be 8, I get it super smart for his age, but couldn't you have had him be at least 10?

The following sentences are examples: How did rate getting put in charge? I didn't know we had anybody that young on the ship, much less in charge of it. How did rate getting put in charge? Do you know somebody? Can ask you a question? It always won't be this way, so take advantage of it.