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Reviews by Paul W

Zero-Option

by Lindsay Brambles

This book was in serious need of an editor.

The character interaction was lame and improbable - a senior inteligence officer would know the authority that a ship caption has over their ship, and would not be questioning it at every turn.

The musing of the officer were unending - on the same subect you could tell the author was throwing out all the different ways to convey an idea, where just one of them would have sufficed. It sets one's teeth on edge after a while - just get on with it already!

Reviewed on 2009.05.10

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