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    Excellent

    Très bonne série que j'ai découvert tard ce qui m'a permis de tout lire d'un coup avec grand plaisir. Mais quelle famille !
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    Terrible and disappointing

    This book suffers from the same problem that most of the series has. The relationships between characters and their personalities are poor and inconsistent. The low level sexist attitude hinted at in previous books is also here in full force. 70 women are pregnant due to their birth control implants being sabotaged. Besides the issue of men not being forced to have birth control implants while the women are. Instead of being held accountable and put on trial the man responsible is fired and shipped of to shovel fertiliser on the planet. So you know don’t expect him not to get his navy pension or struggle to get a job when he gets back to human space. It used to be that the poorly written/developed character relationships could be ignored as the action took up much of the actual book. However as with the last book or so, increasing time is devoted to kris and jack. Nelly, Penny, Abby etc barely get a look in as the author seems to focus on kris’ ‘family’. A disappointing book that makes me wonder if I really want to even bother starting the next one.
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    Kris Longknife: Unrelenting

    The pace and descriptive writing have picked up and now the story is not "Cookie" cutter simplistic. The author is keeping the telling of the story simplistic but he is adding depth that we appreciate. This story and how it finished leaves open the door for another trilogy loop. I really hope Mike Shepherd aka. Mike Moscoe has this story completed to the next 10 books (including the Vicki Peterwald story's). ***** - Star Writer.
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