Rifts Sonic Boom



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  • Paperback
  • 406 pages
  • Rifts Sonic Boom
  • Alex Marciniszyn
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 9781574570267

10 thoughts on “Rifts Sonic Boom

  1. says:

    A generous 3 stars First you need to get pass misspelling, missing words. the book didn t look like it was seriously edited Plus, binding not glued correctly and not even the same papers were used to make the book It s a of a dream than a book but at least it got published.Didn t really known the Rift world before reading this novel, always thought it was a dark mix of Shadowrun Battletech Rift is or less depending the angle you want to see it In resume, Rift is a futuristic world with rifts that open randomly bringing magic, monsters, demons, aliens or anything you need to shoot at it with big guns.So you got all military sci fi clich , sometime I got the impression that I was ready a dirty Robotech story Basically, the story is just one army trying to catch the rebel in the enemy territory, they shoot many monsters on the way until a showdown in a city It wouldn t be bad if it was just a lite sci fi military fighting It s just the author try to put too much stuff in the book Really look like he opened the RPG book and try to fit all thing that could happe...

  2. says:

    Wow, that really was the worst edited book I ve ever read Ever So I had to do a little digging to find out why Palladium would have let that slip through, it s not like they are new to the publishing world The story I found was that they sent the wrong file to the publisher Instead of the final draft, they sent one of the earlier drafts Oops.That aside, it was an ok book I m really trying to understand why the author decided to tell the story from the coalitions point of view As I remember the game, they were the bad guys.First chapter excellent good ole Coalition vs rebels vs Deebees Next few chapters coalition soldiers on leave and screwing around Yawn Then they get out on the mission like I said I didn t really care for the coalition soldiers being the protagonist they weren t really that interesting as characters Then we had all kinds of little side characters introduced...

  3. says:

    Normally I find books that are written based on a game not so great, but this SiFi trilogy was the exception These were great reads, fast paced and interesting, good characters and story line Very recommended

  4. says:

    So, I know this book has received a slew of bad press and reviews in the past, and I can certainly understand why It is absolutely riddled with typographical errors, spelling mistakes, and minor inconsistencies that make it pretty difficult to get through for folks who notice those things.It should also, by now, be know that there was some sort of mix up in which file was sent to the printer, resulting in the aforementioned errors And while this was certainly a terrible error that does nothing at all to help this book from an unknown author, and a publisher better known for their role playing games, it should certainly be taken into account when giving this book a look.That said, the story is really interesting, and told in a sort of light hearted way that really drew me in The characters are interes...

  5. says:

    I have fond memories of the Rifts setting from my high school RPG days and while I still play RPGs, the setting for Rifts has some issues that no longer make it for me and my gaming group a viable setting I still find parts of the fluff quite enjoyable and sometimes even flip through some of my Rifts game books I think that this nostalgia leaves me craving some type of Rifts story and there is not much of it This was the main reason why I was interested in reading this book I won t bring up the printing writing errors already discussed by others, but will admit that the story feels a little hampered down at times by a variety of seemingly unimportant filling text perhaps it will be relevant in the later books and I don t like the transition or lack thereof back and forth between narratives of...

  6. says:

    Good characters, interesting story, but God there was terrible editing done here And I m not talking minor grammatical snafoos, no, I m talking about some sentences missing first words It looked like this went away from the robot How do you make that mistake If the writer had scrolled through his document that spot would have been underlined by spell check Oh, and my favorite mistake, which proves that this book was written with a word perfect program, was this dRifted This word appeared twice and is the result of not selecting the find whole word...

  7. says:

    If you loved playing Rift as much as I did you ll love this series Even with the HORRENDOUS editing job Plot twists, engaging character development, and even a hint of realism I mean even loved main characters die.

  8. says:

    This book is full of typos but that s part of it s charm, I think There are several parts in here that drag on, but if you play Rifts, then you re sure to like this book.

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