Eisenhower said beware of the industrial/military complex-they are only interested in money and power and their enablers are politicians. Fighting over the Sahel is a logical absurdity, there is nothing there worth fighting over. Good plot and interesting-kept me up late finishing it-means it caught me. I'll now have to read the followup.
There was much more to this story than I expected, and it was a very fun read. Great for Cyberpunk or Tom Clancy fans.
I liked this concept of wars being determined by the armament companies, that there were fine lines to follow for what was too much and what wasn't for profit and business alliances.
I also liked the hero of the story, he was portrayed as reckless but brave and a man to inspire loyalty, but not invincible. I thought it was a good mix.
This was not stellar, mind blowing, we've never seen it before military scifi, but it was a great solid story with some original aspects and lots of action.
This author has done such a good job with technical/action/characterization/pace in the 3 books of this trilogy that I just had to write a brief poem to her:
How can a lady write like a man?
I have no answer for that.
But IF a lady can write like a man,
I can only applaud her for that
Full of believable action, interesting plot, great characters. This was a fun read. I will be looking for more from this author. Read it in an evening and an hour the next day.
hey an excellent read ... look fwd to more from this author
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