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- Print Length: 372 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0098IILBU
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- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
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The book, like the other 2 is well written and edited, almost completely free of all the annoying normal (it seems) problems with today's e-books. The real problem is its fixation with the media and the current blame society we live in today - just taken to a higher level as if society has regressed even more so after 2000 years of development in faster than light transport . . .
So the story - very basic, not many twists and turns and very little excitement really. I suppose about the only thing you really get to know is a bit more about the various characters in the book. Still didn't find out though why 1 ship should be a fleet or what is irregular about them.
Would I read the next book - well, I'm ploughing my way through book 3 at the moment so I guess that is a yes, but more because the books are a decent read, not because of the excitement of them.
I am one of the unlimited mob so I don't get verified (crawls off and cries)
It expands upon everything in the first book, and goes into more detail of the universe that the 4th Fleet Irregulars is set.
Once again, it's a very "Light" book, with not really any sinister things going on except drug smuggling, but it's handled in a way that's both exciting and new. There's no big alien invasion, or massive conspiracy, it's just generally inter-system events, but that allows a picture to build up of the traffic and spacers around the ISiS station.
I've not explained it very well there, but it IS a very good book
I am pleased to say that with the second book in the series (Karadon), the author has upped his game. This is a much better written book and I enjoyed it to the extent that I have just downloaded the third book in the series, (XD-317).
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