Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Review: Bright Horizons


Bright Horizons by Wilson Harp is a worthy entry into the Space Opera genre, first of a series. A full-length novel with some tough soldiers and several different alien species and memorable characters, the book is very readable. Although the time-frame can move ahead without much notice, this only serves to get to the good parts without usual filler in between.

Yes, the main character nuked a major once in his past but he's moved on. I was also surprised to see some characters introduced only to get casually killed off, but that's life. Just because you think someone might stick around for the whole book doesn't mean they will. Makes it more interesting.

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