Backshot (Starfist: Force Recon Series #1)

Backshot (Starfist: Force Recon Series #1)

by David Sherman, Dan Cragg
3.4 14

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Backshot (Starfist 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is good, if you read the starfist series you might be a little disapointed but it won't be a total waste. The are new chactors and new weapons.
SanteeFats More than 1 year ago
The authors took the Marines and under the guise of orders turned them into murderers and butchers. Especially at the end when an innocent driver was slaughtered because he could ID them, why not take him along???? Just a disturbing change from the Starfist books. Bella Dwan is extremely upsetting as the sniper. She enjoys her work too much.
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A typical "top guys don't know crap" story. Nothing special.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The original Starfist series is good work and I found Sherman's Demon Tech series innovative and interesting. This book, the first of a new series, held real promise and Sherman's writing is definitely up to par but... Reading this book was like watching a train wreck. You can see something awful is going to happen but it has so much momentum it can't be stopped. You just have to watch it happen. The real world is already full of wars of tragedy and frustration. I don't read science fiction to experience more of such feelings. I want good guys who are good and bad guys who are bad. Not a bunch of good guys killing each other. The book was definitely a 'downer'.