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Now a strange ship has arrived, heading straight toward Earth. As it is not answering hails, the Behemoth heads out to intercept. The operation is interrupted by other visitors from beyond the solar system. Outnumbered the Behemoth must fend off the invaders once again - but this time, the stakes are much higher.
Warfare, Book 2: Barely recovered from a battle against an alien incursion, the Behemoth waits to see how the alliance wishes to leverage their discovery, the weapon code named Protocol Seven. When two warships arrive from their allies with an offer difficult to refuse, they find themselves leant out to travel outside the solar system to a secret research facility across the galaxy.
But what was promised to be a milk run turns into something completely different. With limited resources and a new commander on board their companion ship, they must stay alive. Combined with a potential threat from within, the odds are stacked high against them. Only their ingenuity and the perseverance of the human spirit may keep them alive.
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By Reena on 01-05-18
Cue the Violins...
A solid story line that was spoilt by too much introspection and unrealistic description of emotions via unbelievable dialogue. The author seemed to find wrapping the story up especially difficult. I found myself being pulled out of the story frequently by this jarring disconnect. James Patrick Cronin is an accomplished narrator but struggled to overcome this shortfall. Passed the time with a lot of wtf moments.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Clayton on 02-26-18
Mediocre at best
i just marked this book as finished. it was tough getting as far as i did and i congratulate myself for getting three forth of the way. however due to the pacing and juvenile plot i lost interest and it became extremely hard to find the motivation to even have it on in the background. this book lacks a understanding of space combat tactics and the amount of time that would be involved. honestly this book is shallow not even a good first attempt. the narration as well lacks motivation and inspiration, subpar preformance for a subpar book.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful