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Operation Hammer (Animal Conflict Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 25, 2013
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About the Author
For years Ezekiel wrote stories about various heroes and characters that featured animals and humans. Now he has moved to the vicious publishing world to try to make a crack with his new title Operation Hammer. He is proud to hail from the state of New Jersey where his avid reading habits formed. He likes to write a bunch of things like Science Fiction, steampunk, and things that are so awesome they don't even have a category! He is also an avid "anchorman" doing a stint for his school newspaper and running a small book reviewing/tech showcasing site.
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This novel is an action/adventure Science Fiction War Story, with the main ingredients leaning more towards War-Story and Action/Adventure Novel than Science Fiction Novel. Although there were some elements of this story that was infact Science Fiction(Lizard-like people, humanoids basically,) if a reader wanted to, they can easily get past all of that and it would feel like your basic fiction novel. Besides this, since I believe discovering the whole war, why it's happening, and just basic components of each character(yes, there was a hint of love-type stories in there, *Mind blown,*) I will skip from 'what's it about'(The Book Description, and even a written summary from me doesn't/won't give it justice) and state my likes, my dislikes, and my overall approval of this story.
The action. This is a book full of action, so if you don't like action, leave. That's right. They're in a war for half the book, and the other half, there's more conflict. So, if you don't like action, I have no clue what to tell you, you probably SHOULDN'T have been directed to this page in the first place.
The characters, they're fun, entertaining, and they don't make me want to sleep every time one character is in the book for more than two pages on end. Although I didn't necessarily feel 'attached' to the characters, I didn't want to go onto the pages and strangle them each one by one until they'd just disappear from the paper. Which is fine that I didn't feel attached to them, since this is a plot-driven book, leading to my next point....
Plot-Driven book, I suppose this sort of falls into the category of 'The action' part, but, eh, I'm in the mood for raving more about the story line of this book. It was fast, I didn't have to 'delve deeper' into characters I didn't really care about, and yet there were still quite a few characters to get to know. It progressed quite nicely for my tastes when it comes to the larger scaled(haha, did I just make a pun?????) events, making me feel like I've actually read a story and not the diary of a fictional person.
And the list goes on, and on, and on....
Now, with every book, there comes some fault points, although I can keep on going with the things that I enjoyed about this book, I believe that I should notify the reader of a few things that MIGHT become a problem to them:
There was some 'telling' engraved into the very walls of this book. If you're just a basic reader who just enjoys reading, and you're thinking "what on Earth does she mean," she go on to the second one and completely disregard this point, it's writer-talk now. By all means, it didn't get annoying, but, I realize that there are some people that 'telling' just gets under their skin real bad. It wasn't overbearing, and, was separated by dialogue, and some showing, but it was definitely there. Just a warning.
There were about fifteen grammar/typo mistakes(give or take some) in the whole book that were easily overlookable, and, understandable even.
That's it, no more bad things coming out of this mouth(? Key board...) about this book.
My official statement is,
that yes, I will recommend this book.
The animal conflict series has a lot of potential.