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Omega Force: Rebellion (OF11) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Joshua Dalzelle is the author of the bestselling Omega Force series.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07Y2HH4X9
- Publication date : September 17, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2111 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 262 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #27,036 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Will Doc be able to "fix" Jason and his connection to Cas?
Who / what is "The Machine" really afraid of that pushes him to go for absolute power?
Will Lucky figure himself out, and why did he kill all those Eshuquarians?
Where is Jason's son? (and is Marine 2 coming soon?)
Will Killea and Jason ever either get back together, or, at least, make peace?
What is going on with that distant empire?
This is "Perils of Pauline", and not nearly as good as the first 10. Sure, it's OK, but only OK.
Please keep in mind Omega Force IS a series and this is book 11. You will not be able to pick up this book as a standalone. Please start at the beginning. May also want to consider Marine, an Omega Force spin off. The events in that book seem to take place around the first to the middle of Rebellion, book 11.
Rebellion picks up right after book 10. Jason and crew are now fighting a rebellion that spans the quadrant. Earth is just starting to make mark, but it's not quite there yet. I actually anticipate many good things coming out of Earth that will support Jason in future books. Alliances are forming. They will need all the help they can get as they face an ancient enemy that has already proven how diabolically evil it is. Omega Force didn't finish it off the first time they met this evil and now it will be harder than ever to defeat.
I always wait with anxious patience until the next book comes out. I was so excited to get an email this book was out!! I eagerly await the next installment!!
Unfortunately, even though I liked the story, I really had a tough time reading through parts of the book. This was mainly due to bad grammar, missing words, wrong tense and the use of wrong words.
The author’s books really need an editor’s polish. I’m not sure if this is due to the book being translated to an Amazon kindle book or if it is inherent in the writing. But the book really needs to be polished before being published.
Although I tend to rate books on the content and not the editing, I would be remiss not to comment on the editing, or rather lack thereof, of this book. It includes incorrect words, missing words, extra words that don't relate, poor grammar, inaccurate punctuation, and anything else you can think of. In some cases, it is so bad that it's unclear what the author is even trying to say.
My rating is for the book's content. My rating for the editing would be one at best. I would strongly urge Mr. Dalzelle to hire an editor or at least proofread the book before it is released for publication if he wants to maintain his reader base.
Top reviews from other countries
The ongoing Omega Force series shows not sign of slowing down as our erstwhile crew of the Phoenix continue to skirt the boundaries but retain everything which makes them the "good guys". Lucky continues his slow rehabilitation and the expanding secondary character lineup is getting stronger allowing Joshua to provide more varied story telling. I read through this novel very quickly, you know when you get to the end and your first thought is "was that it?" and you realise the novel is not short you just got lost in the story. No great surprise to say I am waiting impatiently for the next novel in the series and the second "Marine" novel which is set in the same universe with some overlap.
I absolutely love the OF series; the mix of drama, action and humour, along with some thought provoking storylines (Lucky’s journey has been particularly interesting to follow) makes this series a joy to read. I can’t wait for the next one.
One final thought... if there are any Hollywood producers out there looking for a new franchise to bring to the big screen, they could do a lot worse than the ragtag mercs of Jason Burke’s motley crew. That would be a cinema ticket worth buying!
The dynamic between the crew is the best, with the sarcasm and occasional violence they inflict on each other.
The author doesn't go to bogged down with tech, he describes it in a way easy for you to imagine which just let's the story unfold at breakneck pace.
I looking forward to the next one already.
The story is good, but the way Jason Burke fights his Heavy Gunship is not very well thought out.
After so many years of combat in that craft he should have been easily able to work out how to dispose of 7 smaller lighter, less well armed Starfighters.
As it was his choice leads to his ship being almost destroyed, you would think Joshua would allow him to learn a bit about space combat by book 10.