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- Publisher: Fickle Dragon Publishing; 1 edition (August 6, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012M3QDCG
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A thrilling new adventure for our favorite privateers. Jamie delivers everything we have come to expect from him: well developed characters, engaging plot, and non-stop action. A fun read for all sci-fi fans.
I find the series very entertaining. Liam is maturing and his relationship with Tabby developing. The whole crew Nick, Marny, Jack, Tali, Celina and the folks just play off of each other so well. The adventures are real and this is a crew you just grow to like.
Keep them coming. I am having a great time.
It's a space opera, so the heroes are supposed to win, right? But I find myself getting bored with the constant success of Liam and his crew, albeit with limited defeat in the form of easily repaired damage and successful replacement of lost items with spoils of war. This leads to many of the characters, in particular the antagonists, being very one dimensional.
Jaime's world building is actually really good. The descriptions of the new places the team visits is fantastic and shows a lot of thought. The settings are unique and inventive and fun. However, along the journey to the new system there was a lot of potential places to visit that weren't and are just mentioned casually in passing. It's like the crew traveled the Oregon Trail and went from St Louis to the Pacific without mentioning the plains, the Rockies, etc. other than to say that they went through the mountains. Hopefully (and there is a potential hint at the very end) these places will be explored in further detail in future books.
It's just that some things, too many things, are so convenient. They seemingly make enemies with little or no provocation and then make friends in all the right places. Business associations happen with little difficulty. There are some fun hiccups along the way (the infestation was my favorite).
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