- File Size: 3757 KB
- Print Length: 327 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Fickle Dragon Publishing (December 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018CLWNS0
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,036 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Another complaint I have is that only half the book actually revolves around the crew. I understand that the secondary plot line was important but it wasn't what I wanted and it took up more pages than I would have liked.
Having whined about what I didn't like, I have to reiterate I did like the book overall. It introduced some enjoyable new characters. It set up a fresh pallet for the next installment. I just hope the next book has more of what made my enjoy this series in the first place.
Overall I give the series 4 stars with good action, likable characters and fairly clear cut good vs. bad. This book is a travesty compared to the rest. The entire book has twin running story lines and the POV with these stories changes frequently. The worst part is that one of the POV's is from a cast of characters who have no introduction to us, have no point of reference to us and leaves us guessing why they are even there until near 60% through the book.
I found it distracting and honestly the worst written book from Jamie McFarlane. It leaves you waiting for resolution of the main storyline which is also unusual for this Author. All together I feel he needs to wrap this series up and move on to something new. He seems to be out of ideas and is just stretching our dollars out. I'll read the next book only to find out what happens, but not likely anything more after that. All in all it was a disappointment after loving his previous books in this series, but still worth reading.
A Matter of Honor is another action-packed installment in the Privateer Tales. What makes you care are the characters who are noble at heart and take the moral high road. They are heroes you can cheer for until the final page is turned, and then you have to wait impatiently for the sequel.
This is really two stories, and one didn't interest me like the rest of the series.
The group is now in the fourth solar system mankind has access to.
The jump gates are interesting but they jump to other groups that were lost in previous missions. I'm trying not to give too much away.
The pacing and jumping between story arcs in this book left me cold. Seemed every chapter switched arcs, and while interesting I wish the author had stayed on one group for a few chapters then switched.
As I said this was my least favorite. Previously the author surprised me with stories of other characters in their own book. Here it felt crammed in. Just my opinion. Still a darn good story and I'm waiting for book 10.
I think this author is going to go far and I hope one day to be able to meet Mr. Mcfarlane and thank him for his imagination and the enjoyment he has given me