Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2020
This book set a different tone to the series and I think it's a good one. Andrew Grayson is no longer the young hot-shot and he takes on the role of experienced commander. I think the continued maturation of the main character is one of the best points of the book.

There is plenty of action to satisfy those who just want to enjoy fast-paced, hair-raising battles. There is also increased character development that keeps the main character feeling fresh.

I do miss some of the old supporting characters that don't make an appearance in this book but I appreciate that new characters with different backgrounds and personality are introduced to give the story new life. I really feel as if this book is almost the start of a second series or next phase of writing.

Can't wait for the next book.
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