Why do authors do this???? ©2013, 2014 Joshua Dalzelle P 2014 Joshua Dalzelle Redemption by Narrator: Series: Published by on 13 October 2015 Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins Genres: Format: There is a fine line between right and wrong, good and evil. This leads to a rather interesting mission, and a series of trips all over the galaxy as they hop from place to place trying to work out what has happened. Overall, as I said earlier, this was a fantastic read, and Dalzelle continues to show why he is such a brilliant author and why this is such an exceptional series. The advent of faster-than-light travel has opened up hundreds of habitable planets for colonization, and humans have exploited the virtually limitless space and resources for hundreds of years with impunity. This world would be less without our most loved band of misfits in their next journey. This episode expands our understanding of the teams dynamic and the characters develop further.
These series kerp getting better and better. Since this is a series you will obviously read this entry if you have read the previous eight. Looking forward to finding out what will happen to Lucky!! Fans of this series will probably enjoy this one. I picked this up for free via Kindle Unlimited vs. If you are new to this series - try the omnibus edition it contains the first three books trust me - it is well worth the read.
An old wolf's last hunt. Anyway, Jason and the Omega Force needed to get back to work. It made this a truly fascinating read, and Dalzelle has spent a lot of time developing this story line to make sure that it is not just exceptional, but that it honours both his readers and Lucky himself. Even if the road to them had been rocky; I did cry. So complacent have they become with the overabundance that armed conflict is a thing of the past, and their machines of war are obsolete and decrepit.
It is the umbrella under which hundreds of planets and trillions of live in relative peace. Anyhoo, I'm onto the next and rather disappointed it's the last one out at the moment. Most of them are running from their past, or simply trying to forget it. They don't have over the top super powers that are completely ridiculous, or insights that are picked right out of the blue. The changes to his body and to his genetic code have made him faster, stronger, more able to survive in his dangerous occupation.
Let me know when we have something interesting to do. Jason sees no option but to try and work out what is going on. He suddenly finds himself trapped on a damaged alien spacecraft and plunged into a universe of interstellar crime lords and government conspiracies, along the way meeting strange new friends… and enemies. If it meant that when you returned home if you returned home everyone you knew would have been dead for centuries, would you still go? All he knows for certain is that if they make it through the mission things will never be as they were. The response by the powerful Confederation Fleet has been swift and decisive, but for every planet they restore order to, another erupts into chaos. The only reason not to would be if the quality of the story was lacking or if there were signs of things going stale.
But as he reflects on his time with Omega Force, he begins to have his doubts. Omega Force is one of my top three multi book series which are on par with Harry Dresden, Joe Ledger, and then Omega Force. When strange happenings from the mysterious Avarian Empire cross the expanse and Jason and Omega Force are pulled into the conflict, they must pick sides between two superpowers, all without knowing whom they can trust. For the first time since any of the members of Omega Force can remember, someone may have figured out how to destroy the ConFed without directly engaging its powerful military. Still, he did give Earth a laptop full of advanced technology and they appear to have put it to very good use.
Quite frankly, the ending felt fo Lets be honest, if you are reading book 9 of a series you likely aren't reading reviews so I'll keep it brief. They all also have heat personalities which are slightly twisted and each character has their own type of dysfunctional attitude in the way that they compensate in life. This was better and the new changes with Earth suddenly showing up in space with advanced technology and the some of the bad guys not the real bad guys. Without having a spoiler, Jason has been out in the universe for quite some time now and it is getting old with him making rookie mistakes yet somehow getting out of it; there seems to be some filler material in this installment t Before you start this book, please note it is the ninth book of a series: you will need to have read the previous books in order so you can have the backstory on the characters, events, and the start of this installment. His desire to keep Earth's existence and location a secret has driven him to extremes, and kept him far away from his homeworld for a long time.
But when he investigates the crash, what he finds will yank him out of his self-imposed exile and thrust him into a world he could have never imagined. Even as an exhausted Federation military tenses up for a counterattack after repelling the last Darshik invasion, reports are coming in of a new, more powerful class of ship that's striking deep into Terran space. We also get to see a lot of other battlesynths in action this time around, which added an extra bonus to the book as well. The characters, though unbelievable, are believable- huh!? As one crewmember's past seems connected to the current trouble, Jason must decide what side of the fight he's on. Overall the story was interesting and I enjoyed delving into Lucky's past.
Josh is an Iraq War veteran and currently lives with his wife and son in Ohio where he spends his free time working on classic cars and volunteering for veteran causes. Overall, as I said earlier, this was a fantastic read, and Dalzelle continues to show why he is such a brilliant author and why this is such an exceptional series. He had assumed the juggernaut that had devastated three Terran systems was the herald for a full invasion, but for the last few years it has been eerily quiet along the Frontier. I have thoroughly enjoy this book. We also get to see a lot of other battlesynths in action this time around, which added an extra bonus to the book as well. If you are considering trying this series - start at the beginning - you will be glad you did.