Top critical review
Good story, deeply flawed writing
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2021
Once again, the stories surrounding Kel and his cohort are engaging. Unlike most modern military stories, the authors do not drop the DO squad into never ending death defying, impossible situations. Rather, they plan ops carefully and adapt well when things go sideways. Things got a bit too predictable in this book, but overall, it was still entertaining. One gripe, sacrificing JP near the end seemed gratuitous and unnecessary. As with the first four books, this one was overloaded with grammatical errors. The authors don’t seem to grasp that “there’s” should be used to refer only in the singular. Other wrong verb tenses and personal pronouns abound. Authors with this large a volume of work could afford a competent editor.