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Plodding – while time might pass quickly because we are transported, the story moves sloooooowly because it is hard to get invested in the outcome. Many day dream flashbacks, can’t the author think of another method to share with the reader/listener information? Time after time he uses the same technique, very unsophisticated writing. Incomplete – at times we jump large spans of time without a clear description of what happened in between or how we arrived at a location. The author transports us rather than leading us and enriching the story with details; instead we skip ahead. And so many unfinished strings throughout the story. Unsatisfying – connections to characters are superficial, the story seems superficial, and there is a general lack of intrigue, mystery, suspense, drama – ho hum. Simple – there is no richness or texture to this story, no depth. It is simply told. Bizarre - on many fronts. SPOILER ALERT – When Crocker first meets Cindy her behavior is very sexual – and Crocker takes off leaving her to chase a bad guy. The next time they are together Crocker again takes off to fight the same bad guys without finishing their dinner date yet, that brief encounter becomes an anchor and he is he is thinking of her as his girlfriend and flying her and his daughter on a vacation, busy texting, calling, and she flies out to see him – I mean really? Just bizarre. And when the mission goes south – really there is no rescue effort? Other than a brief mention that Davis is frustrated and punched the admiral we don’t hear anything else? No push by Crocker’s commander? Is this incomplete or just bizarre? Save your credit for a better book.
I did not enjoy all the going back information about his family when he was dreaming.
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