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I read the first 2 books but can't make it through this book.
This book is not reflective of reality, a former "tug boat captain", with no military experience of note is suddenly the premier military mind.
Getting an enemy to come around to your side because you can play music that sings to them? Come on.
The story dragged on and I have to give up. I can't see where it's going.
Yes the characters are developed though that development took place in the first of the series, and the general story is interesting, but I most likely won't reread this book. I did the first two. And I won't list the next one on my wish list.
Politics. If you enjoy the concepts and light intricacies of establishing a new government you might like this. Sadly there is nothing new. This is supposed to be a synthesis of two societies. Unfortunately, rather than coming up with something new or different the author gives us the same old tired "We need a democracy" plot line. This same type of government which was corrupt and abusive in this series is the one chosen by a group of people whose first contact with that form of government was massively negative; yet this is what they choose? Please. Be creative or don't publish the book and cost me money.
Plot line was very slow and as stated was filled with establishment of government. Details not necessary for our book.
Everything works out and nothing really goes wrong for the super perfect characters. From the lead character and his partners sickly over the top love stuff to events in the storyline.
Where's the bad things happening like in real life, the grunge, the ups and downs?
I don't know how to explain it, but it's not very often a book has made me cringe as many times as this with its perfectness and over loving lead characters.
Stopped reading at 80%
I will, most likely, purchase the next book in this series. But please, leave the "civics' lesson for the classroom.
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