- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 42 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: December 19, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077VWQMF8
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Recon: A Battle for the Gods: Recon Series, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Good mil credibility as I've commented on in book 1 review. And then he built on that with suspense, and mystery to a certain extent. Add a solid universe with relatable characters and the series is a winner. And.....he (author) doesn't kill everybody off -- unfortunately some do die As the reader, it has an impact on you.
What else do you need? Twists, turns, underlying sub-plot (or maybe plot -- MCs mother, I flunked English in HS so....), solid-credible 'action ', relatable characters with suspense and mystery -- who, what are predecessors, what's mum up to , political arena .........
It all equals to enjoyable read. I'm not sure about ending, if that's legit or not. I know I'm frustrated over it and want the next book yesterday. Is that normal?
Last, why no 5? Awhile back, I realized that a Five, to me, should be special, a Classic. Tried to go back n fix but not sure if I got them all. All Quiet on the Western Front, Forgotten Soldier (my dad was one), Attacks, Fields of Fire by Webb, Dispatches, Pork Chop Hill by Marshall, Guerdian, Remarque, a few by Nolan ---- my Five List isn't that big, there's some more but you get the idea.
A Battle for the Gods, the third book in the Recon series, is a roller-coaster ride of a book, with pretty much non-stop action from start to finish. Partlow starts the book in the middle of an attack on space pirates and never really lets up. Since this is the third book, you already know most of the characters and you get to see what years spent as Corporate trouble-shooters have done to them. I loved the way this book meshes in with what I already know about this universe from reading the Birthright trilogy, but it also doesn’t rely on the reader knowing any of it. You can read this series without ever having read Glory Boy or the Birthright books and still get a complete story, but if you’ve read them, you know exactly what’s going on with the back stories of the bad guys. I can’t wait for the fourth book, since it looks like it’s going to wind up tying into the events of Birthright and I’m eager to see how Partlow weaves the plots together.