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The rival Thelicosan fleet, under the influence of bad intelligence, a forbidden romance, and a communication officer with an eardrum injury, is about to break a 200-year-old nonaggression pact. They have offered a vague, easily misinterpreted message: "We're invading." Rogers isn't sure, but he thinks that's probably bad.
War is hell, especially when you've forgotten how to fight one.
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By skipparade on 03-15-18
expicative great read
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By Matthew on 02-04-18
It's been a bit since the first book, so I was a little lost at first. One of the things I was lost about for awhile was why I gave the first book a 4 star rating. Well, after Communication Failure really got going, I realized why. This book and series are just full of genuine, laugh out loud moments.
Communication Failure starts out where Mechanical Failure left off. Our less than intrepid protagonist is stuck dealing with a military stand-off that could respark the greatest war ever fought. To make matters worse, most everyone, including the enemy think Rogers is a tactical genius. On top of this, the enemy commander may be a tad bit of a stalker. With these and many more issues cropping up, you have a set up for numerous hilarious situations and surprises.
The humor isn't exactly the most complex, but it will tickle your funny bone if you have one. Plus the book keeps up the theme of hitting a little too close to home with workplace bureaucracies.
So once more, I recommend this book to fans of humorous scifi and those that enjoyed the first book in the series.