Cobra War Book 3: Cobra Gamble Mass Market Paperback – 10 Jan 2013
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Timothy Zahn is a Hugo Award-winner, and author of the New York Times best seller Heir to the Empire. Born in Chicago, he earned a B.S. in physics from Michigan State University and an M.S. in physics from the University of Illinois. He sold his first story to Analog in 1978, and immediately attracted attention as a new writer of science fiction based on real, cutting-edge science. Baen recently published his popular Cobra trilogy in one volume. His other popular series include the "Conqueror" and "Dragonback" novels. Zahn has written over twenty novels.
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SPOILER ALERT, do not read on if you don't want some key end points to be ruined
With so many characters, it is easy to get mixed up as far as who is whom and where they are. It is so easy, the author often gets facts mixed up also (I say often but it was only blatantly wrong in three places). When did Jin get her thermal upgrade (she didn't have it in CW Book I)? If they can't change the programing of the Nanocomputers, how did they incorporate the thermal imaging? When did Johnny Moreau have a child that was left behind when the corridor closed (this goes back to the original Cobra books)? Even with their own Cobras, the Qasamans still need original Cobras to do all the work?
Also, Mr. Zahn. Make sure your future contracts have right of refusal for the cover art. The Cobra Trilogy cover art was really REALLY cheesy. When did the Troft get Uzis? It makes the book look like 2nd rate SciFi, which it is not.
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