I was delightfully entertained by the first two books in the series (despite some nagging vocabulary and pronunciation errors) and was eagerly awaiting the third. The author decided to completely change his style from journal to omniscient 3rd person. The story now does not follow any one person, but jumps from character to character. The former, journal style made this series stand out from the rest. Now it reads like a mediocre, overly macho, try-hard action comic. The story was once very promisimg. This 3rd installment is a dud.
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