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Operation Breakout (The Sleeping Legion) (Volume 3) Paperback – April 25, 2017
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I have to admit being lost at times. Slang was used and I had no idea what it meant, referred to. I guess you have to read all 7(?) Human Legion books to get it. I looked on web site but no answers there.
I think some sort of synopsis, explanation -- cleverly done or just plain spit it out -- in beginning would be extremely helpful. I don't know where this series falls in from timeline + in respect to other series and revolt.
Last, TO&E ? I think I read twice where squad is 40 or so? USMC has 13, Army 11 in squad with 2,3 fire tms respectively. The buzz words are there but flesh it out some. Fire Tm, squad, platoon, etc. I'm aware of only 2 infantry weapons -- SR 71(?) n mini cannon. Oh, n grenade launcher of sorts n some kind of artillery. I admit that I am semi fanatical w minutia, nuances of TO and weapons -- who has what, where and how many and distance and effects.
When authors make sense w TO&E, adds credibility, realism from just another RPG gamer to someone who at least does the research.
I know author is vet from my online search, so I know he can do in sleep. Other author who 'owns' universe -- don't recall anything that he's a vet but that's ok as long as you take time n trouble to understand what you're writing about and not on an Xbox or Saving Private Ryan. Between that and Platoon, everybody is an expert of nothing.
There is way too much covering battles form both sides of the action. Making battles seem to plod along instead of racing forward to a frentic conclusion. This author needs to read a few J. Allen books to get a better handle on making his battle scenes more realistic.
I have not given up on this series yet. But Im close.