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random story about the author. i borrowed the "old man" series from a friend--so i didn't buy them. read them all--and really loved and respected the world Scalzi created--his story telling. actually reached out to him on his author website and offered to buy him a meal via paypal since he doesn't get any royalties via used book sales. after all, i think that's the future of publishing one day--a more direct connection between author and reader. and he actually wrote back and thanked me--he said instead of buying him a drink/meal, please donate a meal to someone in need, etc. very nice to get a human response and such a gracious one from mr scalzi.
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That's how authors get paid. If the book hooks you in, isn't it worth paying for it?
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I loved the ghost brigades. The rest of the series doesn't hold up to the first two books.
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Great book. Scalzi is a fun writer
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Great book. Scalzi is a fun writer
Agree, really good book.
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i really liked this book. i haven't read any more in the series though.
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Never read the book, but audio book was a fun listen on my 10 hour round trip car ride.
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i really liked this book. i haven't read any more in the series though.
I loved the ghost brigades. The rest of the series doesn't hold up to the first two books.
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I loved the ghost brigades. The rest of the series doesn't hold up to the first two books.
Agree 100%
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Really enjoyed this entire series. Love Scalzi.
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Thanks for this. I borrowed this awhile back and never got around to reading this, now is my chance. I heard it was excellent. The concept sounds great.
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$48.94 plus tax for all 6 books in the series... Too many of these Kindle authors split up their books and try to hook you with the first book for cheap. I not taking the bait.EEK!
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I couldn't put this book down, but for whatever reason I really struggled with his follow up, Ghost Brigades. GB just kind of bored me and I never finished it. How are the rest of the books in this series?

Also can anyone recommend any of his other books not of this series?
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I loved the ghost brigades. The rest of the series doesn't hold up to the first two books.
Would you still recommend reading them, or were they not worth the effort?
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random story about the author. i borrowed the "old man" series from a friend--so i didn't buy them. read them all--and really loved and respected the world Scalzi created--his story telling. actually reached out to him on his author website and offered to buy him a meal via paypal since he doesn't get any royalties via used book sales. after all, i think that's the future of publishing one day--a more direct connection between author and reader. and he actually wrote back and thanked me--he said instead of buying him a drink/meal, please donate a meal to someone in need, etc. very nice to get a human response and such a gracious one from mr scalzi.
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