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  • 384
  • Planetside
  • Michael Mammay
  • English
  • 14 June 2018
  • 9780062694676

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  1. says:

    455 stars Planetside was a very impressive military sci fi debutI’m actually surprised that so few people I know close to zero are talking about Planetside this year Seriously Harper Voyager and reviewers really should’ve advertised this book it’s a fantastic debut and if it weren’t for my friend Niki Hawkes I wouldn’t have heard about this gem at all The plot in Planetside revolves around Colonel Butler a war hero in semi reti

  2. says:

    Planetside is one of the best books I’ve read this yearEverything about it hit the spot It’s about a semi retired Colonel who gets

  3. says:

    Originally posted at Colonel Carl Butler the “bald and angry” hero of Michael Mammay’s debut milSF thriller Planetsi

  4. says:

    If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewSticky Patch Planetside by Michael MammayOnce upon a long ago writers who wanted to try something different would put books out under an alternate name to distinguish them Fred Bloggs writer of sundry detective novels would flirt with being Annette Wilkins purveyor of steamy romances Trouble was that if Ms Wilkins didn't sell as well as Mr Bloggs some bright spark in marketing would

  5. says:

    Michael Mammay is a soldier with 25 years service and boy does it show I've read a lot of military SF and you can always tell the difference between an author who's been there and one who hasn't Mammay has been there Planetside is a fast paced tale of military investigation that reads like a blend of Jerry Pournelle and NCIS Our her

  6. says:

    I don't hand out many five star ratings but I do in this case because the voice in this novel is fantastic Mammay has a way of easing you into Butler's POV and making you feel like you like him know the military inside and out and t

  7. says:

    Mammay's PLANETSIDE is military sci fi through and through but don't let the genre tag fool you While it wears its military raiment for all to see at its heart PLANETSIDE is a mystery a wild ride of one What begins as a routine if a tad unorthodox search for a missing soldier in an alien warzone soon goes utterl

  8. says:

    Military science fiction is not often on my list of reading material but this one strikes just the right levels Not too heavy on the science fiction elements and emphasis on the human side of the military The military setting and characters are

  9. says:

    Planetsideby Michael MammayRC Bray NarratorThis is going in my favorite folder This has everything a good sci fi

  10. says:

    I have only ever given one other book that I have finished one star this is now the second Complete waste of time and the biggest what the actual fuck and really ending ever It barely ualifies as science fiction and while it had the makings f

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L commander stonewalls him the Special Ops leader won't come off the planet witnesses go missing radar data disappears and that’s before he encounters the alien enemy Butler has no choice but to drop down onto a hostile planet because someone is using the war zone as a cover The answers are there Butler just has to make it back aliv Mammay s PLANETSIDE is military sci fi through and through but don t let the genre tag fool you While it wears its military raiment for all to see at its heart PLANETSIDE is a mystery a wild ride of one What begins as a routine if a tad unorthodox search for a missing soldier in an alien warzone soon goes utterly off the rails A slow burn start uickly builds as paranoia ramps up some genuinely compelling twists appear and lets not forget the explosions Lots and lots of explosionsThrough it all the military aspect shines bright but Mammay s prose is kept grounded by Colonel Butler s wry world weary narration Riding around inside Bulter s head made PLANETSIDE far accessible for me than many other military sci fi s Mammay has crafted a world with real heft and depth to it with a stellar protagonist I can t wait to spend time with again in the future The Isles encounters the alien KING enemy Butler has no choice but to drop down onto a hostile planet because someone is using the war zone as a cover The answers are there Butler just has to make it back aliv Mammay s PLANETSIDE is military sci fi through and through but don t let the genre tag fool you While it wears its military raiment for all to see at its heart PLANETSIDE is a mystery a wild ride of one What begins as a routine if a tad unorthodox search for a missing soldier in an alien warzone soon goes utterly off the rails A slow burn start uickly builds as paranoia ramps up some genuinely compelling twists appear and lets not forget the Ty jesteś moje imię explosions Lots and lots of The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy explosionsThrough it all the military aspect shines bright but Mammay s prose is kept grounded by Colonel Butler s wry world weary narration Riding around inside Bulter s head made PLANETSIDE far accessible for me than many other military sci fi s Mammay has crafted a world with real heft and depth to it with a stellar protagonist I can t wait to spend time with again in the future

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A seasoned military officer uncovers a deadly conspiracy on a distant war torn planetWar heroes aren't usually called out of semi retirement and sent to the far reaches of the galaxy for a routine investigation So when Colonel Carl Butler answers the call from an old and powerful friend he knows it's something big and he's not being t Planetside is one of the best books I ve read this yearEverything about it hit the spot It s about a semi retired Colonel who gets recruited to investigate circumstances surrounding a missing lieutenant Right off the bat I loved the main character He had a very no bullshit approach to things and his dry humor cracked me up constantly In some ways he reminded me a bit of both Avasarala Expanse she s the bomb and John Perry Old Man s War to give you an idea the type of character profile we re dealing with here I think Colonel Butler could ve been just sitting there reading a newspaper and I still would ve eaten up every momentPlanetside also offered an interesting mystery to solve and I particularly enjoyed the intel gathering aspect of the story It made me feel involved and the incremental reveal of each new piece of info was perfectly done It also did an amazing job building momentum You all know how much I love that gradually building plot that eventually sweeps you into a headlong careen to the end Planetside definitely did not disappoint in that regard I finished the book on a high ready to go againColonel Butler s dry humor as I mentioned really was the highlight of the book for me The way he spoke processed information and dealt with people sent me into constant giggle fits I love dry subtle situational humor and it s placement was superb All great components aside the fact that Planetside amused me so much is probably the main reason it landed itself on my conservative all time favorites list I can t wait to see what Michael Mammay comes up with nextRecommendations love sci fi Planetside is my new 1 rec for you I loved everything about this book and will probably be talking about as often as I can for a while It had the perfect balance of mystery humor and actionVia The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescom Other books you might like

Review Planetside

Old the whole story A high councilor's son has gone MIA out of Cappa Base the space station orbiting a battle ravaged planet The young lieutenant had been wounded and evacuated but there's no record of him having ever arrived at hospital commandThe colonel uickly finds Cappa Base to be a labyrinth of dead ends and sabotage the hospita If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewSticky Patch Planetside by Michael MammayOnce upon a long ago writers who wanted to try something different would put books out under an alternate name to distinguish them Fred Bloggs writer of sundry detective novels would flirt with being Annette Wilkins purveyor of steamy romances Trouble was that if Ms Wilkins didn t sell as well as Mr Bloggs some bright spark in marketing would then decide that the books should be republished with the moniker Fred Bloggs writing as Annette Wilkins which made the whole point rather moot Most authors thus gave up on the split personality literature and chose to put everything out under the same name sometimes disappointing those who didn t expect their detectives to start bedding nubile females whilst the crimes were left unsolved I can understand the feeling of disappointment with a writer when a new book by a new writer arrives and you dive eagerly in only to find not much But abandoning that author altogether Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet evacuated but there's no record of him having Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, ever arrived at hospital commandThe colonel uickly finds Cappa Base to be a labyrinth of dead Detective Wanda Wolfe ends and sabotage the hospita If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewSticky Patch Planetside by Michael MammayOnce upon a long ago writers who wanted to try something different would put books out under an alternate name to distinguish them Fred Bloggs writer of sundry detective novels would flirt with being Annette Wilkins purveyor of steamy romances Trouble was that if Ms Wilkins didn t sell as well as Mr Bloggs some bright spark in marketing would then decide that the books should be republished with the moniker Fred Bloggs writing as Annette Wilkins which made the whole point rather moot Most authors thus gave up on the split personality literature and chose to put Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości everything out under the same name sometimes disappointing those who didn t Dreams of Glass expect their detectives to start bedding nubile females whilst the crimes were left unsolved I can understand the feeling of disappointment with a writer when a new book by a new writer arrives and you dive Zawieszenie niewiary eagerly in only to find not much But abandoning that author altogether


About the Author: Michael Mammay

Michael Mammay is a retired army officer and a graduate of the United States Military Academy He has a masters degree in military history and he is a veteran of Desert Storm Somalia and the wars in Ira and Afghanistan His first novel PLANETSIDE was a Library Journal 'Best books of 2018' pick and the seuel SPACESIDE received a starred review He lives with his family in Georgia