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Grant Justice is a six hundred-year-old soldier from earth, literally frozen in time. Scientist Tane awakens Grant to help throw off the oppression of the Minith, an aggressive warrior race. Earth no longer has soldiers or armies as the planet has adopted Peace. Grant's role is to build an army to send the Minith packing.
In this installment, Grant and his team are headed straight for the primary system left to the Minith after destruction of their homeworld. In addition, Grant's army on earth must also repel another invading force. The plot is full of twists and turns as the characters try to resolve their places in the universe and struggle to take care of family and friends in tough situations.
Hawk also explores the role of peace and war in context with how we view our culture and other cultures. Sometimes, it is up to individuals to influence change. I enjoyed these explorations just as much as I did the battles in the book. Mr. Hawk is very imaginative and descriptive in his writing. I felt like I was there.
The series, though, I rate as a '4.'
Unlike others I prefer books that have an ending and the author's ending was very satisfying. Certainly the author can always use the world (or galaxy) that he's created for further stories but I much prefer an author that can write a full length novel with a beginning, middle and end. Should the author also put all that into one satisfying volume then I really, really appreciate it.
While I'm expressing my opinions, I wouldn't miss the 'prologue' it's currently de rigueur to write either. I rarely read them as they tend to ensure that I won't read the book. It's like editors or writing instructors have convinced too many writers that the prologue contrivance is the way to get the reader interested in the story. I find it usually does the opposite. Just contrary I guess.
Again, this series is worth reading. Enjoy.