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Fast forward a bit and we find Ryan and a team of scientists, pilots and even a Marine or two heading towards an asteroid to do some mining before the FEDS clamp down on it and bring it into the collective of Federal Control.
While the science in the book is off the mark in several ways, this is science FICTION and really an escapist book to read. A young man (Ryan) had a dream as a kid and works his whole life to realize it. Military relationships as described in the book are kind of iffy as well but frankly, refreshing to think about.. The grammar and spell checking could have been loads better but I enjoyed the story so much, I'm not knocking any points off of it. The story caught me, engaged me and had me reading it all the way through as quickly as possible.
The author puts a lot of detail into his characters, mostly by a bit of detail after they are introduced into the plot which works in this book. We get a view of big Government wanting to gain control over something they did not want to support initially (laying off of NASA workers and such) before it becomes good public news.
Does Ryan keep his company? You have to read it and find out...in book 2! Only quibble I have is the cliff hanger at the end that makes you buy book 2. While I understand the desire to sell the second issue, I think that the author could have wrapped up that particular instance at the end of this book since it engaged me enough to want to buy the 2nd book.
My opinion this is the best book I have enjoyed in a while. I highly recommend it. It's killing me but as I very seldom pay for a following book in a series as it takes a very good writer to make it interesting enough to purchase continuing books. I am interested enough to purchase the next book.