Human Man by Refusenik

Author's Description:
Scott MacIntyre, the unusual foster kid raised on a boys ranch in West Texas, joined the Marines at the end of Human Phoenix. In the sequel, Human Man, he's all grown up and ready to make a life for himself.
Size: 565 KB ( ~ 107,141 words)
Genre: Fiction
Sex Contents: No Sex
Tags: Romantic, Fiction, Science Fiction, Military

Review by Derek Smith   [other reviews by Derek Smith]

Reviewed: 2014-02-07

We had to wait a wee while for this splendid sequel to Human Phoenix. If you have not done so, I suggest that you read that one first. Everything will make much more sense.

This is a truly excellent tale, following Scott as he returns from his final tour of duty in the marines. As we have come to expect from Mr. R, the plot is well thought out, the use of language good and the characters both well drawn and realistic.

No, I am not going to tell you what happens. Go ahead and read it. It is well worth every second you spend on it.

Mr. R, I hope that you are busy writing some else for our future delectation.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 8 | Appeal to Reviewer: 9