When The Stars Fade

When The Stars Fade

It?s the year 2236, and humanity can?t catch a break. While we?re licking our wounds from a bloody civil war, two alien armadas stumble into the Solar System fighting one of their own. At odds are the fearsome Boxti Horde and their ancient enemies, the Nangolani. Naturally, we can?t resist picking sides and joining the fight, but after several crushing defeats, we?re forced It?s the year 2236, and humanity can?t catch a break. While we?re licking our wounds from a blo...

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Title:When The Stars Fade
Author:Adam Korenman
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:1942600097
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

When The Stars Fade Reviews

  • Anton
    Mar 25, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

  • John
    Sep 03, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • David
    Aug 19, 2015

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Torbein Rønning
    Jan 28, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Doug Tabacco
    Nov 27, 2013

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Robert Peterson
    Aug 10, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Robert Peterson
    Dec 03, 2013

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

  • Neil
    Feb 22, 2018

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

  • Jodi
    Dec 08, 2015

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

  • Jodi
    Dec 11, 2013

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

  • J.M.
    Feb 02, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

  • Collin
    Apr 24, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Jim
    May 01, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Mirakelei
    May 01, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Ian
    Apr 04, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

  • John
    Aug 02, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

  • Elizabeth Harris
    Jan 31, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

  • Aaron Smith
    Dec 13, 2015

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Richard Cox
    May 29, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • M. Spencer
    Apr 05, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

  • ralph carbonell
    Nov 05, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Chris Eells
    Feb 12, 2017

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

  • Cordelia
    Oct 01, 2014

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

  • Michelle
    May 14, 2017

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

  • David Hilleland
    Jun 11, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Debbie Anderson
    Nov 29, 2016

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

  • Bill
    Feb 11, 2018

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Mr S J Whelan
    Jun 29, 2018

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Adam Korenman
    Jan 04, 2017

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I actually feel this merits a 3.5 star rating, but none of the sites allow for half stars. In 2236 humanity has mastered several forms of faster-than-light interstellar travel and colonized four galaxy systems with at least a do...

    This review was originally posted at Fanboy Comics. I had the opportunity to review the first version of Adam Korenman?s When the Stars Fade back in 2014, and when I was invited to read the California Coldblood edition, I jumped at the chance to see how the raw nugget of an excel...

    A strong first book in this series. Korenman does a fine job setting the stage in the 23rd century. Earth has prospered, colonized other planets, and, with a type of warp drive, pushed out into the galaxy. In the process of all these advancements, humanity maintains it's combative natu...

    I give this one a 3 but it?s really in the 3.5 range. I picked this up on sale for 1.99 and I think that?s about where this one should be priced. At 5.99, I think the author needs to invest more back into the work compared to what is available from other authors. Several other esta...

    Full disclosure: Adam's a friend of mine. Adam draws on a lot of venerable sources for his crackling debut novel, including Heinlein and Card, but there's an unexpected influence that colors the proceedings: the detailed ass-kickery of the late Tom Clancy. If you've ever wanted to ...

    This rollicking scifi epic starts a touch scattered but ends strong; I'd recommend it to any fan of military science fiction who wants to experience the work of a skilled first time novelist bursting with ideas. Set in a star spanning human empire, 'When the Stars Fade' follows a well...

    Excellently crafted! Korenman creates a future for humanity that is rich in detail and depth. The action sequences, of which there are many, are vividly described so that the reader gets an upfront view of all the carnage. Although I am versed in multiple character viewpoints storytell...

    So, I have mixed feelings about this book - overall I liked it and want to see the next part. Humanity meets an alien race; in fact, it meets two that are at war. The plot develops well, and I almost like the characters [well, those that survive all the way to the end of the book , tha...

    The Gray Wars..... A beleaguered Earth, an ally that have their own internal issues, an enemy that appears unstoppable and a maniacal human insurgent who doesn't care how much of mankind he kills in order to achieve power. When The Stars Fade is a military interstellar action bloc...

    Good story, but The author needs to review what he learned in English classes or find a better editor. There are more than the usual errors. Some words are not even used correctly in the sentence. All that being said, the storyline was thoughtfully expressed. I do plan to purchase...

    Reminded me of the Halo book series based on the video game. A well developed interwoven story line with awesome attention to detail around the military aspects. Technology level was believable. Character development was nicely done and believable. Overall I would say an excellent stor...

    Good read The story is exciting and I would recommend to anyone who likes war stories. Earth battles the aliens and finds a friendly race from the stars that has been visiting us for hundreds of years. Lots of twists. ...

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  • Kali Altsoba
    Feb 18, 2018

    This book is truly one of a kind. The author does a beautiful job of making all the characters flow together. Being a veteran I can honestly say the military aspects of this book are spot on. All the smart remarks they have toward each other, the way they all seem bonded as if they wer...

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. This is a brilliant military space opera which left me wanting more. The characters are full of depth and the action just kept on coming. I cannot wait until the next book in the series. ...

    Excellent set-up to the whole series, to which I look forward. Realism of the dialogue and character interactions are the greatest strengths. ...