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    This book is a needless revisiting of a 34-year-old story, tonally very disparate from that original. It offers unnecessary exposition to fill voids better left to a creative reader's imagination (usually the case, but the unimaginative lap this up; the original series already offered just enough of Senjak history, the more of this is too much and too mundane), trivialises various important characters (Captain, Lady, even Dominator) and some of their subsequent actions in later novels unless this one is ignored, and reduces the important-to-the-reader self-insert character Croaker to a blithering moron of a punching bag for the rest of the cast (particularly the females) to beat over the head with blatant facts (this is unsatisfying to read, being condescending to the reader; same as with that 2013 Garrett P.I. book). Then, of course, the stupid in-universe deus-ex machina copout to allow this all to have happened for no good reason. You've uesd up and lost what you had Glen, perhaps you've become senile.

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