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Strands of Sorrow (Black Tide Rising Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Would I read this again in the future? YES All ready have
Would I pre-order the next book without waiting for reviews ? yes
Would I read /look for other books by this same author ? YES
Readability- 5.0 ++ Great writing. Word usage is Great. Outstanding wordsmithing. Storyline immersive and enthralling.
Editing 4.9 stars. one or two very minor word errors. Good formatting.
Intended audience adult
Writing skill Level. Above average - Near Brandon Sanderson in description of the world, yet gritty and compelling.
Worth the price? Yes Plus get the audible..
Controversial issues -- None (well maybe Zombie Genocide)
Excellent and uplifting ending that ties the series together without leaving you hanging.
I loved this series and have re-read multiple times and finally done the Audible. Which I would recommend.
Some positive things about this series, is for the most part it is an uplifting redemption story, where the good guys overcome. Characters don't drop dead left and right, killed off for the drama.
John Ringo is a well established author with an outstanding reputation. His stories are immersive. The stories lines mesh well and don't leave you guessing why a character did something.
Some of his stories are James Bondesque, which is just a matter of taste. Avoid his Ghost series if that bothers you, still excellent writing. (a couple of the Ghost series lose their oomph, but still are good)
However, despite his alleged pantheon of military advisers and his own experience John still left a couple of military clinkers. A hatch is an opening in a deck and an opening in a vertical bulkhead is a door in naval parlance. So when he talks about knocking on a hatch I grimaced. And no one who so much as graduated from boot camp would ever refer to 1/1 as "First infantry Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment" as the 1st Marines are an infantry regiment even in the reconstituted Corps of his fictional world.
I actually would love to get a glimpse into the future of the Smiths .and their dystopian surroundings - perhaps the anthology of stories in this world he mentions will provide that.
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Good, unpredictable plot. Good characters that you can feel. My son has read the series twice since he got them in 6 weeks ago.