When Buck Rogers was just Anthony.
Not your best place to start with Del Rey.
If you're new to Lester Del Rey, don't start here.
As pulp as pulp can get, but not in a good way.
Worthwhile for a quick, moderately thoughtful read.
This last book didn't redeem the trilogy.
After a somewhat rocky start, this was a pleasant surprise.
Worth reading, but not what I hoped for.
It's fine, if not particularly inspired.
A sequel with great potential that it doesn't live up to.
Binti offers the kind of fresh outlook we could use more of.
The story moves forward with energy.