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The science in this fiction is like a cube of sugar in a tasty cup of coffee: it enhances the story without bogging down with unneeded detail. The aliens include greedy Humans, little Igari and a delightful reincarnation of Rodney Dangerfield, name Gretchin Coolies.
The main character is a Grunta, a thick-skinned, tall and muscular creature. His views of the universe are pragmatic, but he delivers his philosophy in a most engaging way. This plays off well with the other sentients, including his Human security partner.
The pair hop around the galaxy, inspecting spaceships, getting into and out of scrapes and coming to the attention of the powers-to-be and not always for the good. Eventually, they get pulled into the political fray of impending rebellion and ...
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If you like your sci-fi with more character meat than technological potatoes, then you will love Omega Exile!
Stephen’s style is very comfortable, he writes about the details concerning the technology and story lines he decides to look into and passes over others to keep the story moving. Understood, but sometimes I do wish for additional details, so you go where the author takes you. 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.
4 stars, good characters, nice story, engaging but in some area a bit less depth to some interesting characters where I would enjoy more details.
The author writes in an uncomplicated style that still manages to convey scenes and characters as well as a certain droll humor (which he attributes to a character trait of the Grunta species). I found it an enjoyable read.