Sorry but still have to disagree. And I'm the person that uses those sort of terms to describe The Stars my Destination which I considered (and still do consider) to be hugely overrated but I did not find The Three Body Problem and its siblings to be so (actually I read and loved the first one before much of the hype had even begun).This!
But the Three Body Problem books are not meant to be military SF. There's a little of that in them but, certainly, if you pick them up looking for military SF you're sure to be disappointed!sorry, have to agree with danny. those books are boring. and i love military syfy
I don't know about that. My first by him was The Complete Chronicles of the Jerusalem Man and I thought it just barely passed muster. But since a lot of people whose judgement in all things bookish I trust implicitly love Gemmel, I gave it a second try: Ghost King. What can I say - this was much worse and I gave up on Gemmel as a lost cause for me personally. Many years later (not so long ago) I read some very good reviews of Legend, so I tried it and enjoyed the read.(...) can't go wrong with a little David Gemmell.
If you've ever read anything by Elmore Leonard then you can skip this novel.hum thanks, didn't knew he had written a new one. read the preface... i don't know. seems like the same general thing he wrote before. i'll wait for your critic
The first two stories were okay, and then it was like walking through treacle and so I gave up.I'm reading The Wandering Earth and nine other stories, by Cixin Liu. I have never read this author before, as these are short stories they should be good starting point.