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The Iron Admiral: Deception (Ptorix Empire) (Volume 2) Paperback – September 27, 2011
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Greta van der Rol loves writing action-packed adventures with a side salad of romance. Most of her work is space opera, but she has written paranormal and historical fiction. She lives not far from the coast in Queensland, Australia and enjoys photography and cooking when she isn't bent over the computer. She has a degree in history and a background in building information systems, both of which go a long way toward helping her in her writing endeavors. Catch up with her on her website – http://gretavanderrol.net.
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- stupid thing #1: she goes it alone to try to figure out the bad guys' plan. Really wish the author hadn't set her up to be dumb and had her working with Fleet Intelligence
- super stupid thing #2: she knows she's working with bad guys and helps them break a code. WTH woman, you think their efforts were towards good rather than evil? Of course the efforts you were putting in for them would be used for something awful - as a result she has blood on her hands. Again, the author could have rewritten this so that the heroine wasn't such a dummy and maybe had her blackmailed into decoding or somehow duped (she thought she was working for the Fleet for instance).
I think if the super stupid #2 act had happened at the beginning of the book, I would have given up on the story, but up till then, it was a 5 star for me.