The All-Pro: Galactic Football League: Book Three (The galactic football league) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-18 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 49 user ratings

"I've been a fan of Scott Sigler since I first found his podcast of Infected. His early works are solid horror, mixed with humor. They will never be confused with literature, but both the books and his readings of them are entertaining.

The All-Pro is the third book in a planned seven-book series. The story keeps getting bigger, with more character development, and more context for the action. One plot-line was rather predictable (Quentin and his father), but it was still consistent with the naiveté of Quentin Barnes' character. But other plot-lines were quite unpredictable, and the book ended with a huge cliffhanger. A quick, fun read.
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"Despite the fact that the "big twist" 2/3 of the way through the book was very transparent and predictable, and the book leaves you hanging desperately wanting to read the next... this is really a great book. The character development and interaction with the other species over the course of this series has really been fascinating and throw in the "godfather-esque" story lines along with the pure science fiction adventure, and the football that rings true even though it is so far outside the realm of plausibility Scott does a really great job of keeping the reader glued to the pages to see what is going to happen next. Can't wait for the next one!" said.

" Good fun... Enjoying the series even though American Football isn't my sport... " said.

" Infantile plot is what comes to mind. Entertaining enough to keep reading to find out how things turn out but mostly read because I already committed to reading the series since I bought all the books. Glad there's only one more but I'll wait a while before reading the finale. " said.

" Dinolition, celebrity dating, contract negotiations, and the search for his family. With all of this on his plate can Quentin Barnes guide his Krakens to a playoff run or will it be another fight to avoid relegation? Another very enjoyable chapter in the Galactic Football League series. This book felt like it delved a bit deeper in off the field character growth. Can't wait to see where the story goes from here. " said.

" I LOVE THIS SERIES! The GFL books are a lot of fun. Plus, with the audio versions, my teenage son and I listen to the adventures of Quentin Barnes and his teammates together and have a great time. " said.

" WOW what an ending. Barnes must have screwed something up in an earlier life. Great book, just when I thought is over time to imagine the future..... BOOM!!!!! KAPOW!!!!! Sharp left, and the story ends in an inexplicable way. Thanks for the book,i now am waiting for another... or will this tie in to "the crypt" series? Hmmmmm. " said.

" Unfortunately, despite some great sci fi elements, an interesting human angle and a great cliffhanger ending, the main character is getting more and more frustrating each book, and doesn't seem to be learning many of the lessons he's being taught. There's enough development to keep me interested, but I had to take a star off because I'd like to see different plot angles other than him being rude, ignorant, arrogant or both by now. " said.

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