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Overall, I have to say this is a great read. It moves along at a brisk pace, the characters are interesting and nuanced, the plot is solidly constructed and enjoyable. I’ll go ahead and get my quibbles out of the way first:
– Several mysteries are introduced and revealed in short order. This is a bit of a letdown. Want to know what is in mysterious box A? Don’t worry, it will be revealed in about 3 chapters.
– I might be alone in this, but I wouldn’t have minded if the book had spent more time on post-apocalyptic Earth. The sci-fi adventure angle gets up and running pretty quickly. It’s a good angle but it is hard to resonate with the plight of Earth when we spend so little time there.
– I’m speculating, but Paul seems to have really wanted to keep the cast tight, so pretty much every other character they meet is evil. This strikes me as a bit of overkill but understandable from a plot point.
– Also, the big reveal at the end fell flat for me as I feel the book did not focus on setting up that mystery well. Basically, I felt like the book answered a question I wasn’t particularly asking.
Alright, quibbles aside, this is a book worth reading. Especially for a first entry, it is just an entertaining read and I could easily see this book being made into a movie, and a good one. The interactions between the characters have to be one of the best facets of the book and you will find yourself rooting for them to get out of increasingly difficult situations. If anything, Paul has set the bar high for the sequel as by the end of the book the characters have already overcome quite a lot and also made some serious character development strides. It is the kind of book that keeps you turning the pages and wondering what will happen next and that is the best kind.
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I’m no stranger to Sci-Fi, so it’s not often I find myself really enjoying a book rather than just reading to satisfy the craving… know what I mean? I liked this one a lot and thought the author had found some interesting ways to spin his characters and make them just that bit different.
To the reviewers which criticize by stating “Oh, another alien invasion, post-apocalypse story…” I have to say “That’s the sub-genre(s) of this story!” Hey – with any genre stories it’s kind of like music… when it comes right down to it, there aren’t any rock songs these days that haven’t essentially already been written many times before, so what counts is the INTERPRETATION. The stylistic spin. The execution. The twist. The detail. The tone.
One complaint, however. I bought this book and its unknown (to me) author when it was offered on a deal for $1.99. After reading it and deciding I’d go for the next book in the series, I see its follow-on is $9.99. That’s quite a jump. Especially for an author of Mr. Tassi’s current stature. If the remaining books were, say, a more usual $4.99 I’d be all over them, but as it stands I’ll be waiting until the price moves to a more reasonable level. BTW, that cost (bad pun) the review its fifth star.
Audiobook The Last Exodus by Paul Tassi
While at his book is not the most original, it did not wander into all the psychology of the characters. The technology was interesting, but a little far fetched, even for SciFi. I really enjoyed the book, but grow weary of almost all books that can’t seem to conclude with a single novel.
Audio The Last Exodus narrated by Victor Bevine
I don’t particularly read much Sci-fi books, never mind fiction, but since I read Paul Tassi’s articles on Forbes. I thought I will give the sci-fi series a try. I definition wasn’t disappointed. Well written and well developed, the story goes to some unexpected places such as Norway, continuing on from that, the characters feel like they are human; Lucas, and Asha play important roles after the Earth invasion from the Xalans in which a scientist named Alpha from the Xalan planet basically has the Earth’s equivalent to human compassion, encompassing on a tremendous attempt to escape undetected from the rulers of Xalan, the gang attempt to travel to a Human-like planet with similar species as Human but have subtle difference such as two less rib-cages and one less kidney called Sora. However, the gang encounter problems on the way with a shadow Xalan (an advanced species of Xalan) called Omicron whom eventually in end, dies in a unpredictable way. I thoroughly enjoyed pacing through the book. One of the best sci-fi books so far that I’ve read and I am looking forward to reading the next two books of the series. Recommended read, regardless if you are a casual or hardcore Sci-fi book reader.
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Really enjoyed this book and was eager to read the sequel. However not at almost £10 ! For a Kindle edition? I could buy 3 other books for this price. Shame . The author will lose out in the long run. Not fast in monetary terms, but also in following.
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