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No Battle Fought Paperback – September 9, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a big step up from the first book, I think, in that now we're dealing with a protagonist who's starting to understand how things work and starting to become much more practical and much less naive. The careful crafting of the series shows through now in that the writing reflects this change as well. While in the first book, villains were villains and heroes were heroes, now characters have all taken on many more dimensions than they had before, the plot has become more involved, ideas are bigger and tougher, decisions harder, and so on. Characters are smart, make thoughtful decisions, and act like people instead of stereotypes (I'm particularly fond of Colonel Rotte). Plus, it has one of the most epically insane endings I've ever seen in this type of story. Really, my only problem with it was that Mr. Geusz somehow managed to very obviously fit the title into the dialogue about six times, which felt a little cheesy. But aside from that, definitely a very good read, and I'm looking forward to the next installment.
This could have been a very good series of 2 books, as fully 30% of these books is irrelevant intellectual drivel or over describing the mundane.
1st book 3.5 stars, books 2 and 3 rate 3 stars.
Never forget that the price is just as much part of the art as the crafting of the spots where the periods and commas go and how the word are spelled.
The titles do show you where you are going and tell you where you have been.
I can't wait for more of his stories. While this series ends after book three, it can easily go on, or not. I wouldn't feel let down if it stopped.
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