Top positive review
One person found this helpful
on 14 November 2013
Just finished book 2 of this series, and totally hooked, downloaded the final one to start tonight.
At first the saga seemed a little too complicated (in book 1), too many names to remember etc, but it all fell into place and the pace is perfect.
So, brilliant story, really would like to see this made into a series on the tv, too complicated for a film, it would lose so much of what makes it great.
As far as the Kindle book itself goes though there are some annoying typos, and even the wrong name in a couple of places - had to read back a short passage because the name Roarke appeared in it, and it definitely shouldn't have - so more than just a silly Kindle typo. I've got used to Kindle books not being as accurate and mistake free as paper books, so I haven't marked down the rating, as I definitely don't blame the author for that!! I've always spotted mistakes in paper books too, and have been surprised at just how much worse ebooks are for this, but as I've said - got used to it now, so I don't let it distract me from my reading pleasure :-)
I just wish Gary Grossman had more books to read after I finish Executive Command