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  • Good story, but the characters don't quite work

    I wanted to read this book, because although I enjoyed the first book in this series, there was just something not quite realistic about the characters. There was definitely promise for a good military sci-fi series, and I had hoped the character issues would get worked out as the author got more comfortable with the series. Unfortunately, that hasn't happened, so I won't be continuing further with these books.

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  • Don't spend too much $ on it

    The first book in this series was strong enough for me to try the 2nd. There are numerous parallels to D. Weber's Honor Harrington series -- both in characters and situations. This isn't a negative as Weber wasn't the first to have a character like H.H. much less a space [sea] opera. However, in the 2nd half of this book the main character acts entirely OUT of character and it borders on so badly out of tune with what the author has previously written that I struggled to continue the story. He then has her do a 180, back into character, late in the book that just barely saves the tale. He drops a Hunter S. Thompson line [When the going gets weird...] in the 2nd half as well. I sincerely hope he knows it originated with HST, as I've gone on to buy the 3rd book in the series in the hopes the author has smoothed out the character issues as the story telling is excellent and worth a read at the current price (<$5). I'll also buy just about anything from an HST fan.

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  • Honor

    Good second book, characters wee a little confusing.

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  • Jolly good read

    The book seemed a bit contrived for the first couple of chapters, as if the characters had all become shallow single dimensional strangers, and the author was struggling to set the scene. But then it got into stride, and the carry over characters turned back into themselves, thinking and behaving as before. I'll never know if women in command would really act the way Siobhan Dunmore (And Honor Harrington) do, but I do feel that the author captures the nurturing nature of women, even when put in difficult life threatening situations. This series looks like becoming one of my favorite space operas.

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  • Great Series

    This continues a believable and fascinating series as a ship and crew fight treachery and danger. Well written and logical.

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