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Wreckers (Bob and Nikki Book 19) Kindle Edition
The fleet needs to check into a beacon they found, but Bob thinks it might be more than it seems. Either way, it’s a hazard to navigation that needs to be seen to. Ride with the BSR fleet, as they find new friends, and old heroes.
- ASIN : B09D45DZVL
- Publication date : August 18, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 825 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 258 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,704 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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But despite that, this was an enjoyable tale, and far better than some of the other recent tales that were dragged down by Bob's angsty double-guessing of himself. I think part of that was which characters got to participate and the growth of a few characters as the group continues to slowly disperse throughout the local arm of the galaxy.
There is a lot of story that's occured. This book doesn't really add much in the way of new challenges to Bob and his saucer repair crew, but it does play to many of the strengths of the cast and provides a few hours of entertainment.
If I say anything I will be dropping spoilers all over the place. The gestalt of all the stories is where the entertainment lies. The nay sayers seem to focus on the microcosm and nit pick it. It is the macrocosm that gives this series a three dimensional feel and leaves you guessing which way Jerry is going with it. That is what hooked me. I feel like I should be attending one of those meetings, "Hi, I'm Larry and I'm addicted to Bob & Nikki:-). I look forward to my next fix.
Add to that, about the first tenth of the recent books is an unnecessary recounting of characters, animals, ships and the like that is an annoying obstacle on the way to the story.
2. I dont mind the folksy repertoire, but when a character makes a statement and there is a one or two page restatement by the other party beginning with "You mean you are saying..." or "You mean to say I..." it is beginning to feel like a space filling exercise.
I'll stick with them for a while longer and hope Jerry returns to the pace and flavour of the early books.
Finally, he got it sorted! Dialogue is relaxed and natural, for the most part. Much more enjoyable to read, without all of the cringing.
I have to leave one criticism, or I'd feel like I was cheating him .
I'm not sure using "Boss" as a title was a wise choice...it starts reading like a 1930s gangster movie script.
But that's minor and just my little opinion.
Great Job, Jerry. Loved it!
Bob, and BSR is a great society that demonstrates what a few good men, and women can accomplish when no one worries about "who gets the credit".
The stories plot follows consistently and smoothly. Also very believable once you accept the first premise that "sauvers are real".
All in all great work. Good reads, and a lot of enjoyment.
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Where/when is book 20.
Thank you Jerry Boyd