I look forward to checking this out. But as to the books I liked in my youth, I’ve discovered that I wasn’t always the most attuned of readers. I loved Starship Troopers as a kid, and only remembered the cool bouncing suits. Re-reading it as an adult was a bit of a surprise. I managed to miss, well, pretty much the whole book.
For pulpy fun, I’d nominate Rich Man’s War, by Ellot Kay
It’s about a thoughtful kid who is screwed over by the government which bills kilds retroactively for their education when they graduate from high school, causing him to join the military as a grunt.
Good world building and action. Might be too good to be pulp, though.
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