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  • Covers a lot

    5
    By Actoresse
    A good read that has action, humans & aliens working together and humans who reject aliens. Crashed and no hope of escape the story propels you through a tale of survival and surprise.
  • Star Soldiers

    5
    By Hdcr2
    I read this book when I was about nine or ten . I loved it then , I love it now ... a half century later ... The concepts of loyalty , honor , pride and duty were borne in me , from stories such as this ... And led me to a lifetime under arms ... And also , a reverence for ancient places , the bravery of men , in the past ... Traditions that make brothers , even though we do not share the same appearance , language , or heritage ... The fallen have bought us our place together , paid in full ... We will remember ... We WILL remember ... We shall NEVER forget .
  • Star Soldiers

    5
    By Me meeks
    Keeps you reading
  • Enjoyable Read

    3
    By TreeCat56
    I was pleasantly surprised that this two book compilation written in the 1950s was still a good read. Got a few chuckles out of the descriptors used for some of the equipment and personnel, but all in all enjoyed the stories.
  • Star soldiers

    5
    By Holgergleim
    Two great stories. Climb aboard.
  • Star Soldiers

    3
    By Backroad Rider
    The first of the two books is better than the second with better plot and characters. The second seems too preachy and too pat a happy ending. They provide light, escapist reading. Norton was one of the best of the mid-twentieth century science fiction writers. During the 1950s most SF readers were youngsters and most of those boys. She wrote for that market. Action with little romance was what the readers wanted. Norton, who many thought was a man at a time when women SF writers were not acceptable, followed the SF conventions but had an excellent imagination and was a cut above many of her competitors.

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