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Excellent despite endless typos & grammatical errors
on 3 February 2014
This series of books is a gripping and fun read that keeps you turning pages into the early hours. The characters are believable and keep you engaged. It is technically well written, but not in a Tom Clancy too much detail kind of way. The whole style is very similar to early Alistair MacLean, eg Where Eagles Dare and especially The Guns of Navarone. If you like action / adventure / escapism / war stories you will probably like this. Once gripped by novel no 1 there are another dozen in the series which will keep you reading for months.
One major annoyance is that the books are filled with typing errors / grammatical errors and spell-checker mistakes . In one of his foreword"s (sic) Mr Molloy explains that this is a self-publishing effort and thanks his wife for doing the proof reading. He goes on to thank Kindle for allowing him to feed his fan I'll y. I hate to tell you this Mr Malllloyy but you"'re wife has not has not has not the books at all. Now that you've made a few pennies on the publication perhaps you could invest in a professional proof reader....
Despite the errors (which get worse as the series of books go on) the books still deserve 5 stars.....