Ten books into this series and you should know a bit of what to expect by now from the Omega Force universe, and this book does not disappoint. What is it about a good adventure tale with fully developed characters and realistic dialog that is so entertaining? No, it is not a Clancy novel. Yes, the science is a bit loose, and the plot a bit easy to deduce ahead of time, but that makes it a charming bit of military SciFi. Usually by the time a series gets to a tenfold of episodes, the characters fade and the plot lines become paper thin. In many cases it seems like the author become tired of their own creations. It is a pleasure that the Omega Force has reached this point and still feels fresh and involving to the reader. The Human Factor adds several new faces to the familiar cast we have come to follow involved with a plot that is alluring and hints at the future.
I am interested to see where the familiar and new characters go from here. Keep 'em coming Mr. Dalzelle!