Top critical review
Stretches credibility to breaking point and then goes way over the top.
Reviewed in Australia on 3 February 2020
basically a good story but too many huge holes in credibility. The entire earth covered in ice but apparently no food problems. The world population has crashed, billions dead but apparently there is no civil unrest and society is still functioning as usual. We are led to believe that constructing and launching spacecraft takes no effort at all. Apparently the planet being completely covered in ice had no effect on manufacturing or raw materials. Traveling to the outer reaches of the solar system only takes weeks and when the enemy is defeated and the climate returns to normal it only takes months for everything to return to normal. Too many things do not make sense and this unfortunately make the whole story frustrating to read. The 2nd chapter in the saga seems to continue in the same vane and that means I will not be purchasing. It is a pity as I really wanted to enjoy this book.