Original ONGOING Sci-fi War and Military

Earths Engineers are a double-edged sword. They can fix or improve anything, but no sane Xeno Engineer will touch it if it carries the Human Altered warning.

This is the first part of an ongoing series, nearly all of which are stand alone. First published on HFY.

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tarakis
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Yousureimnotarobot is a pretty darned good writer. Basic and bare bones synopis of this is Human are helpful monkey and can weaponize lint at the drop of a hat. Darned Funny read so far and looking forward to more. 

:D CHEERS (c)

ValentineN
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Bookmark it and keep an eye on it, because it's a keeper.

It reminds of Deathworlders series.

Humanity reached the stars and instead of taking technology as they received it, they instead reverse engineered and researched everything, becoming even better than it's original creators.

Then, to share their technology with their allies, engineeres were placed on their ships to maintain their systems and protect their knowledge. Thus, on all ship systems they worked on, a sign would be visible "Human Altered".

English is not my native language, so please ignore any mistakes above.

LadyLark1
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This has made me laugh so much. Even though their are only two chapters. It is still a awesome enough read to start now. Though I will have to wait now. Sigh.

CyclopsSlayer
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Such a fun start. Imagine all the Human Engineers as Mad Scientist Scottys.

A similar story that this reminds me of is Alan Dean Foster's "With Friends Like These" 

I am expecting a fun ride going forward.

LimitNacho
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Funny and Entertaining, Can Be Hard to Follow

Reviewed at: It’s a human

Style:

Sometimes it's fun, sometimes it's more grim. Weapons in this series include planet busters, but the outcome of their use isn't completely grimdark.

There should definately be a way for the reader to more easily know when the P.O.V. shifts. It's confusing how two different, normal-looking paragraphs can be from two different perspectives.

 

Story:

There doesn't yet seem to be an overarching plotline. Admittedly, there are only four chapters right now, so this may change. At the moment, there is only a collection of short stories with some recurring characters.

 

Grammar:

Completely readable and understandable.

 

Characters:

The characters, for the most part, are organized by species stereotypes. The humans are all engineers and military experts, for example. Beyond that, there's only one or two defining traits with each character that the reader can use to differentiate them.

 

Conclusion:

I'd keep an eye on this one. Given some stylistic changes and character development, this has the potential to turn into a great series.