Evan Currie has done it again. The second book of the series is just as impressive as the first. The interplay between the human species is excellent, the characters enthralling, the scenes magnificent. As I'm writing this review, I'm an hour away from finishing the 3rd book and just bought the 4th.
I am loving the book. The performance was right on but every time he says H.U.D. instead of just pronouncing the acronym makes me laugh.
The author sure drags things out but the story is good. Wish there was an abridged version.
The audio version does have a flaw. The reader does a poor job of distinguish between the races in the first few chapters but it gets better as he goes on. Also he made every single character sound like they were scared all the time. Really annoying, it sound like all the starships are crewed by afraid children.
This is another great episode in the Odyssey One series. Currie keeps you guessing and has much more realistic science than the Star Trek universe.
I am an avid reader of science fiction, adventure and technology. My hobbies consist of PC gaming, movies, 3D printing, and software dev.
This book built on the previous book improving the lore and story direction. The plot holes had been removed and a action packed story arc persisted. The ending was not on cliffhanger but has left enough hints to the next book to make one want to get the next one.
Why is it that hundreds or thousands of people are dying, but the only time any one reacts is when a earth military person dies. I kept on with the series in hopes of improvement. There that idea goes.