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The android game doesn't feel polished enough to be paid for, not to mention the excessive ads. I looked through the other reviews and the vast majority are painfully fake/bought. Still obtain +1 star cause physics puzzles are always entertaining but honestly you're better off playing basically any of the other free ones available
Saw this free so thought I'd give it a shot given the amazing reviews soon as I load in it shoves a ad I can't skip . I played another level faild so reloaded the level and it shoves yet another ad I can't skip at me . If this is what happens when it's on sale I dred to think what the paid ver is like. No thanks
I have bought several Mr. Putter books and this is my least favorite so far. Not nearly as funny as Mr Putters picks the Pears, or as hilarious as Mr. Putter walks the 's Mr. Putter, so therefore worth having in your collection. Maybe others will search it likeable, but there was none of the humor in this that we usually search with Mr. Putter. It was just a story.
Amazing book for kids, parents, grandparents, everyone! Story is humorous and takes a realistic look at how we are. Artwork really makes the book. We laughed so hard reading to a grandchild that we bought it for another grandchild in a various family.
I used these as readers for my late 1st grader/early 2nd grader. I love how a lot of series Cynthia Rylant has done on various reading levels, and Mr. Putter and Tabby were as fun as the others we have used. I have found that my kids learn to read better when they love the characters, and they always love Cynthia Rylant's characters. In these books, the characters are cautious Mr. Putter, his very sanguine neighbor Mrs. Teaberry, and their pets, which suit them each perfectly. Each story is gentle and fun. Mr. Putter grits his teeth and goes with Mrs. Teaberry's newest wild scheme, her dog Zeke is crazy, his cat Tabby wants to rest, and Mrs. Teaberry bakes him unbelievable goodies. They are kind to each other, and he reminisces about boyhood days... really sweet stories. My son told me when we were going through all of these that reading was his favorite time of day.If you haven't delved into Cynthia Rylant's a lot of series for a lot of reading levels, you can do a google find to figure out which one might work best for where your child's skill level is.
I received this book as an ARC for my honest review. In this 4th book about the 2nd Tahni Wars, Cam Alvarez is an inner town grunt who has overcome a lot of obstacles (especially his background and personality) to move up the ranks, learning how to deal with other people. Having grown up a loner, he survives as an individual. But each amazing Drop Ship war forces him to grow and learn how to deal with people and lead (when forced to do so). He finds survival contains private growth. He's gone from grunt to platoon leader. As a 2nd Lt. can he save his feam, fulfill assigned missions, and remain ethical? This book defines the making of a man forged in the fires of war. Amazing series!
Although focused on the fighting to end the war, the story line brings in a plot line on the impact of the fighting on one of the sub characters. Still, action dominates. There isn't as much depth to the writing as in the earlier books, but it does still expand on certain subjects.
A amazing solid effort that brings our heroes more in line with what we’ve seen before. It feels like it’s a beat or maybe a half-beat behind the battle stories as far as action, and that’s probably only fair.I will obtain the next book and am enjoying the development of the universe.
Another perfect installment in the series! We follow Cam yet again through his career as a drop trooper in the Common Wealth Marines. Not much in the method of empty filler, this book delivers. I won’t give spoilers, so I’ll just say to expect some painful losses, some difficult decisions, some infuriating cowardice, and some epic smackdowns.With another book left to come out, I’m wondering what lies ahead past Tahn Skyyiah? I can’t wait to search out, and I’m loving this series! I loved the Glory Boys, Force Recon, and now the Drop Troopers, so I wish moar in this universe!
This series by Rick Partlow is getting better as it grows. From a series which followed the career of a reluctant Marine, it has grown in scope and complexity. Cam and Vicky, the unlikely farmer colonists have become embroiled in the undercover battle versus the remnants of the Tahni, or is it really versus them? What destroyed the Predecessor civilization? What can stop it from destroying all human life? What part can two no longer active Marines play in the battle? All amazing questions for this book to examine!
Another quick read, not letting you place it down until you reach the end. Another thrilling ride, experiencing Cam's growth from the streetwise gang member that only cares about what's in front of him today, to a war hardened leader that has been forced to grow under fire.Rick has done an outstanding job of expanding his universe with this series, while focusing upon what battle inflicts upon those who war it. The emotional turmoil. The importance of brotherhood under fire. The agony of command and the impact of the decisions forced upon those who anks for letting me participate as an ARC reader.
I'm a fan of any book by Rick Partlow and this is one of my favorite series. The action is amazing and Cam's adventures post-military grow even more exciting. There are some amazing set pieces and the plot kept me interested the whole time. I highly recommend this series if you haven't started yet!
The author was able to make a totally believable story in this episode. I was immersed in the totally believable action and thrilled with the continuation of the series. If the author wrote 20 more books in this series, I’d buy every one. Best writing I’ve read in years.
I like this book best. Cam is in the thick of the war and learning more about command and himself. Partlow puts the reader into the story and the action is top-notch and exciting. Amazing series, I highly recommend it!I received this book as an ARC and wished to leave a review.
Somehow I had missed Rick Partlow as an author earlier in his career but have been reading him now for about a year. I got an advance copy of Direct Fire and was blown away. I have read the other three and love Cameron Alverez. But this novel blew me away. It has an emotional connection to me that I rarely search with any author but I got it with this one. Cam is quite the hero and Partlow plays him extremely well in this novel. You will wish to read this one, promise.
...in an action-y sort of way. Cam, the main character, is still an interesting guy to follow. The other characters still need filling out; but serve their limited purposes. The pacing is still excellent for the story, and the bits of mystery are still enticing, if not compelling. It's really more of a 3.5-3.75 star book; but certainly worth the read. Definitely more fun to read than most sci-fi on television is to watch.