- File Size: 510 KB
- Print Length: 248 pages
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- Publisher: Thirsty Bird Productions (January 1, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 1, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B078GK7BPC
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His his action-packed writing with flawed protagonists who present as real people are what attracted me to his writing. From space opera to futuristic urban mystery to fantasy, there doesn’t seem to be a genre or topic that Greg Dragon is unable to tackle. Whether it be futuristic Tampa, Florida; a spaceship on a mining mission; galaxy-hopping soldiers; or an urban gangster getting what’s his, Greg Dragon writes it all.
Like The Unsung Frame, and The Judas Cypher, the meaning behind the title is revealed in the last third of the book. Anyone who has read the first two books in the series already know that the third book is going to be awesome. Anyone who has read Greg’s other works, but hasn’t read The Synth Crisis series, knows that they’ll enjoy it.
Like books one and two, I devoured The Sigma Imperative in quick order. Greg continues the five-star writing, and I dare say that The Sigma Imperative (and the first two books) is a Netflix original series just waiting to happen. I can easily see each book being a limited-run series. Go order it, and the rest of Greg Dragon’s work. You will not be disappointed.