Book Reviews of Technokill (Starfist, Book 5)

Technokill (Starfist, Book 5)
Technokill - Starfist, Book 5
Author: David Sherman, Dan Cragg
ISBN-13: 9780345435910
ISBN-10: 0345435915
Publication Date: 8/2000
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Technokill (Starfist, Book 5) on + 6 more book reviews
Original premise is overextended, but if you're hooked on the series, you'll hooked on the series.
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was a very good read lots of action great series!!!
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Why is it that military sci-fi writers feel they must occasionally write for 13-year-old boys experiencing puberty?

I've seen this happen in other series. Often it just happens once and then the publisher sit the author(s) down and has a talk with the author(s). Sometimes they don't.

Fortunately, while this story started off at the wrong level, it gradually became better. There wasn't a tremendous amount of action in this book compared to others in the series, but I still enjoyed it... after getting past the first few chapters. And, the wrap-up, after the climax, was a bit to simplistic. The authors can do better than this.