Book Review: By Other Means Edited by: Mike McPhail

Rating: 1/5

Publisher: Dark Quest Books

Publish Date: March 31, 2011

Origins: From Publisher for Review

Format: Trade Paperback

Order From:  Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Dark Quest Books

Synopsis: Suit up! The war is far from over in fifteen new Defending the Future stories. Fight alongside old comrades with tales of the Roosevelt, Cybermarines, DemonTech, Alliance Archives, Radiation Angels, and the 142nd Starbourne. Or explore new visions of Military Science Fiction from the leaders in the genre.Featuring the works of James Chambers, Bud Sparhawk, Jeff Young, Mike McPhail, Andy Remic, Charles E. Gannon, Peter Prellwitz, Jeffrey Lyman, Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Robert E. Waters, James Daniel Ross, Patrick Thomas, C.J. Henderson, John G. Hemry (Jack Campbell).

Review: While I do enjoy science fiction, I am not a big fan of military science fiction. I tried to get into the stories in ‘By Other Means’, but they didn’t strike a chord in me. Don’t pass this book up just because I wasn’t able to get into it, give it a try for yourself if military science fiction is your cup of tea.

Defending the Future series: Breach the Hull (1), So It Begins (2), By Other Means (3), No Man’s Land (4)

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