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Independence (Two Democracies: Revolution Book 0) Kindle Edition
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While recovering from a devastating battle a Ship Commander is faced with difficult decisions about discovering valuable intelligence about their opponent and saving her own crew.
Simultaneously, their opponents pilot is trying to recover control of their ship - a devastatingly powerful unknown quantity.
The story alternates between the Commander's experiences and the pilots during the direct aftermath of the battle.
When does humankind step beyond the boundaries and create that which should not be?
I can see great potential for this series.
' He was the Indescribable Joy of Destruction. He was a Rampager class warship, the most manoeuverable and destructive vessel built by man.
Shaw, Alasdair. Independence (Two Democracies: Revolution Book 0) (Kindle Locations 431-433). UNKNOWN. Kindle Edition.
We know this is a game changer in war, and the opposing Captain came so close to glimpsing the secret. Now, how will Book 1 treat this weapon?
I give it 4 stars for writing, one for plot, imagery and pacing (too bad I cannot give more).
The writing is solid, although a little confusing in places, but relatively few typos drive the narrative to completion. There is a lack of depth, to be expected from such a short 'book,' but I'd be interesting in learning more about the crew members in future installments within the series.
We're left with too many questions, the biggest one is WHY? What's the point? I can only suspect there's more to come; perhaps a Book 1 or even 2. I do have to say this was well written and interesting enough for me to continue reading. I normally quit reading before I get very far into any book I don't think will be worth my limited reading time or a Four Star Rating.
To the author I say: I'M WAITING !
Review by THE HOLEY ONE
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