- File Size: 684 KB
- Print Length: 166 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150254878X
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- Publication Date: October 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O5XBZK2
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I think he might have had a halfway good story to tell, but the thing was so poorly edited--if it was edited at all--that I found myself just waiting for the next editorial blunder to show up. I never had to wait long.
Yeah, yeah I hear you: you get what you pay for.
The story moved along at an ok clip, but it simply read too much like a bunch of loosely put together paragraphs that jumped around too much, making it difficult to get involved in the story he was trying to tell.
Further editing could help the overall flow of the book but I did not notice an exceptional amount of errors. But that may be from my being in the story flow. Generally if there are a lot of errors, it will drag me out of the flow and I notice them.
If the author is going to continue this book as a series, he may want to expand the back story of the team characters more. And consider a better cover.