This started off slowly, with character intros and situation set up, but by page 80, I was interested. When page 125 rolled around—when the action really started—I was hooked.
Great story, good action, and if you know your history, you can see where the author got some of his ideas. (In fact, it made me a little queasy at times at the nastier warfare bits that are likely based in fact, but with the writer’s smoke and mirrors, it left me with a sense of relief.)
Another plus: Skill trumps gender in this book, with a sense of history attached to it. Mind you, that seems rather typical of military sci-fi, from what I’ve read to date.
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