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He does a great job for the troops in the sandbox. Sep 25, -RadioactiveBookworm- rated it really liked it. Following a team of five, the first half of the book is them dealing with not being in the army anymore, in their own ways. Some chose drugs, some chose food, some chose both, and one chose tinfoil clothes and techno music.
Then they're given something to focus on, brought on by their leader, Boy Scout. He consistently feels like he's a character in a book, however. They're trying to save a young boy and "Burning Sky" by Weston Ochse is filled with blood, pop culture references, and more blood. They're trying to save a young boy and his mother. The story is told from Boy Scout's, or Bryan Starling's perspective. But something's wrong, the boys mother says that she knows him already and knows what he's going to do to them.
How can she when Bryan doesn't even know what he's going to do himself? Check out the rest of my review here! Sep 17, Jay rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction , military , lovecraftian. Speant most of the book trying to figure out what the hell was actully going on which was part of the fun since neither I or the characters seemed to have a clue what was happening. The reveal was even werider then what I had been thinking about and that was even better as that sort of thing hadn't even crossed my mind and that made things even better. The main characters were al [I was sent an ARC by the publisher, via Netgalley, in return for a fair and honest review] I really enjoyed this one.
The main characters were all enjoyable and none of them got really annoying which is always a good thing. Oct 03, Jeff Raymond rated it liked it Shelves: books-i-own-on-kindle , netgalley-edition , arcs-manuscripts , read-fantasy-and-horror. I have written before about my struggles with military sci-fi, and this one, at least on the presentation, appeared to be different.
And on one hand, it is - the approach to this story, especially with the characterizations in play, feel very different than with other efforts I've read or tried to read. But what this didn't do is deliver beyond that - the take still felt stilted and sterile, and the ideas and conceits for me just failed to connect.
This wasn't a bad read - many who love this su I have written before about my struggles with military sci-fi, and this one, at least on the presentation, appeared to be different. This wasn't a bad read - many who love this subgenre are praising this effort. For me, though, it just failed to connect. That's more on me than anything on the book. Burning Sky - One hell of a book!!!
If Philip K. This is a phenomenal book in so many ways. The melding of Zoroastrianism, Sufi mysticism, and the questions of consciousness and reality all set in the battle arena and elsewhere were epic. As with most of his writings, Weston Ochse brings a visceral description of the myriad ways Psychic trauma leads to different manifestations of PTSD is present.
I wou Burning Sky - One hell of a book!!! I would say this is the most compelling book I have read this year. I highly recommend it!!!! All the best, Jay Not sure what to think of this one. There are so many twists that is was kind of hard to keep up with the story. And the jumps in time or sideways or whatever,,. But the action was good and enjoyable and there are many things that I learned about what it is like to serve in the military and what happens to soldiers after they return home.
How they life can never be the same after all the suffering they saw. Oct 08, Tori rated it it was amazing. If you've ever read Weston Ochse, then you'll know what I mean when I say that his scifi military horror is heart-wrenchingly real. You can thank me later. Aug 15, Ed rated it liked it. I'm still not sure how I feel about this one.
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The action was great. Enough action to satisfy anyone, but it felt like the narrative was forced into too much introspection in a couple of places. The plot twists were good but almost too many, if that makes sense. First, they blew up someone or something attacking them while escorting a dignitary, then Sep 07, Trevor rated it really liked it.
Bryan "Boy Scout" Starling and his TST, are not adapting well to civilian life having returned from Afghanistan and the whole team seem to be on a constant downwards spiral. All is not as it seems, as they find out they are trapped in an artificial environment. This is a good story with some nice twists, it does get a little bogged down in the latter third, but still a good conclusion. Nov 25, Chris Carroll rated it really liked it Shelves: Burning Sky is a surprise mashup of military action, horror, science fiction, and religion. This book is much deeper than you would expect. Not good I did not enjoy this book at all.
And it was not for a lack of trying. I can only take so much. And I really tried. But I just could not go any further. Mar 17, David rated it it was ok. Despite an unusual setting and plot, I just couldn't engage with the story or characters enough to stay interested. Mar 20, Jilles rated it liked it. Fun read. No redeeming qualities whatsoever.
A gay character named McQueen should have said it all. Mar 03, Chris rated it liked it. The whole special ops team meets the supernatural is hard for me. The story might have ended with the end of the book, or might not. We don't know till the sequel.
I might not read the sequel. Sep 26, Galen Strickland rated it it was amazing. Hard review to write, hopefully I didn't spoil too much. Weston Ochse gives his readers a smooth reading experience with Burning Sky.
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In this novel, the author takes Sufi for an imaginative and fictional spin pun intended. I needed a while to get through prologue because the author introduces us to the team, consisting of 6 people, each with their own sign-call. One or two of them even have nicknames that are occasionally referred to during the course of the book. That makes it more than a dozen names introduced to Weston Ochse gives his readers a smooth reading experience with Burning Sky. That makes it more than a dozen names introduced to readers.
Thanks to Rebellion Publishing for providing me with a copy via NetGalley. All opinions are my own and are based on the advanced digital review copy. Aug 14, Becky Spratford rated it really liked it.
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Sep 03, Cheryl rated it it was ok. I finished it. Yes, I did, but now wish I'd stopped about the halfway point. I like the way the story starts out. Bryan Starling "Boy Scout" heads up a tactical support team made up of men and women that are ex-military contracted now with the Department of Defense.
The team ends up back stateside and find that all members are not doing well. They are having the same dream and appear to have blank spots in their memories. Okay - that's the good part of this book. The author writes about military life and action with great expertise. The members of the team are well developed especially Boy Scout.
But then the book heads into woo-woo land. I, for one, like monsters and horror. I don't appreciate although some readers probably will books full of woo-woo mysticism and spirituality. Some like this book a lot. I don't. I received this book from Rebellion Publishing through Net Galley in the hopes that I would read it and leave an unbiased review.