I am almost at a loss for words to describe just how epic of a story this is. Once again, Elliot Kay has come through with a masterpiece. My initial reaction to hearing that he had put this story out was that I didn't want to spend the money, but then I thought "Hey, I've read this guy's work before and it was awesome; this might turn out the same." Boy, was I wrong. Poor Man's Fight was definitely not the same...it was better! It is worth every penny to buy this story and then some! Hell, it would even be worth the price of admission to go see it in a theater, if done right.
This man has a talent for writing an epic story. Once I started reading, I couldn't stop. The only things that interrupted my continuous reading were my body's natural needs for food, sleep, and relief. Otherwise, nothing short of a life-threatening situation would have pulled me away from this story.
I am proud to say that I have been reading the works this author has put out since he started his first story, Good Intentions, under another title, and each has been a masterpiece. I highly recommend buying this story and reading it. You won't be disappointed.
With 396 pages in the PDF version of this book, this is certainly a lengthy read and I was riveted for the whole thing.
Taking place about a month after Good Intentions, this story does a very good job of following through on the consequences from actions in the first book while also establishing and expanding upon the characters, both new and old. Another very well written masterpiece from Elliot Kay, this story does contain adult oriented content, but it is tactfully done, supplementing the story rather than attempting to be the story or simply being put in just to have the adult content.
I look forward to reading yet more masterpieces from Elliot Kay.
Oh. My. God. This is perhaps one of the most epic pieces of literature I've read. Poor Man's Fight was epic in it's own right, hell everything Elliot Kay writes is epic, but Rich Man's War takes it to a whole new level, one that is only occupied by the biggest and best of Sci-Fi franchises, the ones that have massive, loyal fandoms and have been around for decades. Someone should send Steven Spielberg a copy of this and Poor Man's Fight; start the wheels on making a movie.
There really isn't more I can say that would do justice to this, yet another masterpiece, so just read it for yourself. You'll understand once you do, and you won't regret it.