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Too much social justice, not enough story
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2020
The first two books in this series were very entertaining. In this third installment, the author went too deep into social justice issues and ignored the main story too often.
The main character is a highly decorated combat aviator, most of his crew are also combat vets. It is highly unlikely that people of this caliber would abandon the country that they fought and bled for so easily and quickly for climate change, economic distribution of wealth, carbon footprint, etc. They even renounced their citizenship!
On the mission to the asteroid belt, it was led by a 13 years old, and had a crew of 10 years old twins, and a single adult. The 13 years old is at least highly intelligent and capable, and the adult was along for brawn, but the 10 year old twins? They served no purpose to the mission other than to say that the crew was all female.
A good story in theory, but way too much focus on liberalism and social justice. A decent read if you have unlimited, but not worth it of you have to buy it.