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The story gets bogged down in sub-plots that are time consuming with lots of unnecessary detail. The hero continues to charge in and rescue the dictator’s niece from whatever she has gotten herself into (she contributes nothing to the story). The hero continues to give away the weaknesses of his species and then says “don’t tell anyone” as they tell other people.
The story in each book has much material (sub-plots) inserted that run up the number of pages in the book without the story progressing very much.
The books have a lot of action thrown in, but the story doesn’t progress very far, then it is time for another book.
Each book leaves you hanging in the hope that you will want to know what's going on in the story enough to buy the next book in the series.
Save your money and buy the last 2 books – you will know the whole story.
For me, this installment of the series sacrificed many of characters further development for the grandiose opera. I enjoyed the characters in the first installments and the building intrigue on several levels. This story linee got pushed to the side or minimized to bring in intergalactic intrigue and wars. It seemed to be a rather fast transition. To have millions of one species transcripts occur without much notice by others or a whole planet overpopulated without other societies knowing something was amiss is rather incredulous. Further, how does one achieve this without a massive force, a massive fleet, a supply system, etc to enforce such actions. The reasons - or rationale - supporting this are rather cursory and lacking logical supporting details.
But, overall a fun read and look forward to next installment. I just hope the main female character in the first two installments returns quickly. Her actions and antics were quite enjoyable and sorely missed in this book
Stephen’s style is very comfortable, he writes about the details concerning the technology and story lines he decides to look into and in passes over others to keep the story moving. Understood, but sometimes I do wish for additional details. The way he gives more details is by having additional books that dive into more of the stuff you might be curious about.
Thanks Stephen for your writing and the nice books as I’ve enjoyed them.
5 stars, good characters, nice story, engaging with depth continuing to grow in the interesting characters
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