One thing that really bothered me, you have these Weavers who can basically make you do whatever they want, can manipulate your mind in horrific ways In one scene there is a group of them basically trying to cause mass suicidethey are stoppedbut barely anyone is reprimanded And before that are you telling me that in an Academy full of young adults, you have a few of these Weavers abusing their gift and causing all kinds of ruckus and not one adult or teacher notices I mean, at least in Enders Game, they were always monitoring the situation Usually they let these scenarios play out to see how the cadets reactedbut in this, its just like, cool All good, no one died Move along.
I got the second book, so going to continue the series though.
I found it to be a refreshing read and reread Unfortunately the author knows very little about the military, which shows in a majority of the situations described The author is a good enough wordsmith that I will read the next in the series I hope to be able to give the next one stars.
really enjoyed the book a refreshing read
As The Millennial Anniversary Of Galactic Peace Nears, The Lazarus Project Achieves Its First Success With Unforeseen Consequences In The Fallout Of The Devastation, A Boy Is Found In The Wreckage Of A Fortress From The Great War The Strongest Of The Weavers, Ones Who Can Sense Emotions In Others, Is Dispatched To Monitor The Child As The Boy Matures It Becomes Evident There Is A Dangerous Power Within Him Relocated To An Academy On The Edge Of The Commonwealth, Brent Is Put To The Test To Determine If He Is The Greatest Threat Humanity Has Ever Encountered As His Every Move Is Observed And Scrutinized He Ll Have To Face The Exams Of Instructors, Attempts On His Life, And The Wrath Of The Young Weavers