Star Wars: Death Troopers

Star Wars: Death Troopers by Joe Schreiber, 2/5

Think Star Wars meets Resident Evil and, flashing instantaneously and inevitably through your mind, will occur the setting, characters, plot and even specific scenes of Death Troopers.  There are reasons the sci-fi, space exploration, Star Wars, zombie, and horror cliches are so popular and entertaining, and these same reasons are what make Death Troopers slightly more fun to read than could otherwise be reasonably assumed.  It is, if not a great work of fiction, at least an interesting and entertaining example of commercialism and cliches in action.  If the Star Wars franchise and its drooling fans didn’t exist, neither would this book, and I, for one, wouldn’t miss it.


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