Spinward Fringe Broadcast 5: Fracture

Spinward Fringe Broadcast 5: Fracture

by Randolph Lalonde

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ISBN-13: 9780986594274
Publisher: Randolph Lalonde
Publication date: 11/08/2012
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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Spinward Fringe Broadcast 5: Fracture 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 162 reviews.
Redoak More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Fracture. I could have given it a 5-star rating but I am one who believes that 5 stars should NOT be given lightly. There is something that would have produced a higher rating than 4 stars. I should have been longer. I know, I know, the intent was to write it as a Space-Opera. Similar to a television series. But, I like longer stories. The read passed through my shrunken head too fast. The next in the series, Fragments, just finished downloading to my friend the Nook. Life is good again. Mr. LaLonde, thank you. I have enjoyed this series more than any other in recent years. Flynx, watch your 6... 8-)
Scott Schneider More than 1 year ago
Been a huge fan since the beginning and cannot wait for broadcast 8 comes out. Has some spelling and grammar but that can be easily be frogetton the series is just amazing!
Dorobo More than 1 year ago
I'm still working my way through all of the author's books about Freeground and the escapdes of Jonas/Jacob. I wonder as I read about the Eden cult if he merely made that up or is basing it upon some part of our society? The wars between conglomerates that extend to the Universe sounds slightly like some of the expansionist moves by present day governments. Where is Freeground? Can I escape there and fight against evil?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
3rd time through
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is too much of a soap opera; however, the action is still good and the characters, including the new ones, are still interesting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book, on to the next.
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I've been with these books from the beginning. The first ones were great and sucked me into the story. Unfortunately, this book and the one before it are somewhat lacking. The main characters are becoming dumber instead of smarter over time. They make stupid decisions that no ranking military officer would ever make. The extened conversations and witty banter the characters have while in the middle of a firefight or other deadly situation is right out of a cheesy action movie. Of course i don't expect reality in a science fiction novel but this book was almost hard to read in some parts do to the idiocy of the characters. I'm frustrated and disapointed because i know this author can do much better. I'm hoping that he get's his mojo back in the next book.
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Could use the efforts of a professional editor to tighten and smooth plotlines. Overall 5 stars for value.
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MykelM More than 1 year ago
The Spinward Fringe Broadcast series is just that...a series. Each book somewhat stands alone, but leaves things open to be continued in the next book. Not the best writing, perhaps, but keeps my interest and I am enjoying. The downside is waiting for the next installment in the series. Still, very worth reading for those with Sci Fi interest.
dualdogs More than 1 year ago
Love them all!!! Keeps you wanting more..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent addition to the series
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