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OK, but only OK
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
Sometimes the best series are books you simply stumble across, and the Omega Force series is one of those. I've read every book in the series, twice. But I was a little disappointed with this one because it opened a lot of story threads and left them open. Most of the books have been complete novels, but this is really the first one that's really just a bridge, an episode in a serial.
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.