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The galaxy follows a logical structure.

Legion Dark Operator Kel Turner believed that.

To know the order of battle and how an enemy unit was organized was to know its purpose and how to destroy it. That logic existed down to the smallest scale, down to what made up life itself. To know a molecule’s structure was to know its function - they were one and the same. It was no different for Kel. He was Dark Ops and Dark Ops was him. Down to his last cell and very soul.

But the covert action arm of the Legion is changing. And so is he. And if Dark Ops is no longer the same, how could Kel be Kel?

From fighting a gray war against a cunning adversary bent on genocide, to slogging through a jungle hell full of rabid dog-men, Kel won't stop until the mission is complete. Kel was the mission. But if the day comes when there would no longer be a Dark Ops for Kel, what would his mission be then?

Who would he become?

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Hey Doc, I hope you read your reviews

In many ways this was your best book. I hope this isn’t the end of the series? I always find the poetry in action books like yours to be really weak to poor. The poem you ended this one with was masterful. Very well done.

I look forward to reading more of your work. These five have been reflective. The search for the soul of the warrior. I think they add much to the Galaxy’s Edge universe. I’ve loved them.

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Another Stunner!

I'd expect no less from the tactically brilliant mind of Doc Spears. Tie in the Galaxy's Edge universe and you have a winning combo. the style of combat writing is superb, and the descriptions of events are such that you feel like you are there. Outstanding job again!

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Eh...

The premise of the stories are interesting enough to make me want to hear how they end. However the writing is done in a way that just isn’t natural. People just don’t talk like they do in the book. This could be in part due to the narrator, the only way I can deal with the cadence of this narrator is to put the book at 1.5 speed. He is the only narrator I do this with.

Suggestions:
1. Work on making the characters talk more naturally, it will make them feel more human.
2. Consider a new narrator, the current one has poor pacing and makes all the characters sound like teenagers not hardened troops.
3. Consider this as an anthology series with new Dark Operators each book. It would build out the universe more and give greater perspective.

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Never stop these

Precision and depth. Emotional rawness and substance. The world of Galaxy’s Edge grows larger and more meaningful with this Kel Turner story. Please keep making these evocative stories!

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I absolutely love this series.

It took a while for the train to leave the ststion, I will say that. Once it got rolling though, i think this might be a new favorite series in the Legionaire universe!

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Speechless

absolutely amazing storytelling and feeling, the series as a whole has me itching for the next chapter in its run. Dark Operator has become one of my favorite GE series.

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Loved the ending

This book ended perfectly. It was hard starting this quartet. I am so glad I stuck with it

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Definitely the best of the series

Honestly I hope Doc keeps writing because these are some of the best books I've listened to in years.

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Exceptional finish to an incredible series!!!

What an incredible story that broke my heart and renewed my hope at the same time. The story could not be better, this trio of writers has seen into the heart of the warrior and somehow put it in to words. There aren't words nor enough praise that could be given for their knowledge of not just the tactical but the real that is combat, career and life in the service of something larger then yourself.
Thank you gentlemen.

Note to listeners. Once adjusted to 1.20x the narration's actually quite good. At regular speed it's like he's trying way too hard to enunciate every word and has a cadence like a lullaby that'll put you to sleep... That being said the story overcomes this and will keep you held tight to the very last word!

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Continuation of a sub par story and narration

I swear I’ve never heard such an awkward use of first names and “brother”. Just a lot of missed attempts at comedy, weird/awkward/obnoxiously sensitive conversations between what are supposed to be bad asses. I swore never to listen to another one of these in the series 2 books ago, but I love pretty much every other book but this series and that garbage ham fisted free one with the marine girl. Just a bunch of touchy feely crap, subpar story, obnoxiously detailed workouts, and just basically putting a bunch of crap in there just to say “hey I am/was a super friend or seal or whatever in real life”. The most important thing that really makes me consider this series a failure is a) the narrator is garbage and b) it 100% misses the heart and soul of Anspach and coles writing together. I get amped up and intrigued with their content. Love it, even savage 2 kept me intrigued and engaged. DX that narrator and Anspach and Cole please edit down doc spears work to be in the spirit of your universe rather than a blow by blow of a sensitive operators tickle fights. Also delete all of the “brother’s” and “operators”. Ridiculous.