Humankind’s vast intergalactic power struggle and future war to bring down an insidious evil alien empire reaches an explosive, page-turning climax in Ian Douglas’s Singularity, the third book in his New York Times bestselling Star Carrier series. Blisteringly exciting military science fiction in the vein of the hit TV series “Battlestar Galactica,” Singularity pits determined space soldiers against a powerful race of creatures bent upon the total annihilation of a human race on the brink of technological transcendence. A notable descendant of such classic military sf novels as Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War and Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein, Singularity will not disappoint author Douglas’s every-growing legion of fans as it conquers Jack Campbell, Rick Shelley, John Ringo, David Sherman and Dan Cragg loyalists as well.
Overall a good story but author get bogged down and runs out of pages before coming up a convincing or satisfactory ending. Greatly distracts from enjoyment of entire novel. Guess that's what happens when you need to meet a deadline for you next pay check. Save your money.25
Loved it from start to end. Couldn't put it down. More! More!55
Having enjoyed the preceding two books, I was excited to start this one. Oh, well. Fairly good and did wrap up,the story, but lacking the excitement. Too much musings on the universe and species development. Not why I was reading these books. I doubt I'll try any of his other series.35
This is a GREAT book and that's an understatement! Any book by this author keep you on the edge of your seat and just can't get enough of it. When your all done reading it your left disappointed that you have to wait for his next book because each one really gets down to the characters. I HIGHLY SUGGEST BUYING THIS BOOK AND HIS PREVIOUS CREATIONS!!!!55
I have read all three books in this trilogy as well as nine other of the author's space operas. I found that this book in the series was rather repetitive of the early works and the ending was very anti-climatic. It is not a bad book and if you have read the first two in the series, your should read this one. Still I came away somewhat disappointed with the ending.35
Worth the time and money.45