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Sparked an alien civil war Now the not at all Merry Band of Pirates is in desperate trouble again Their stolen alien starship is falling apart thousands of li OK so not knocking the book because I enjoyed it Great story interesting ending and wonderful performance as always by RC Bray on the audible version But like some others here I m starting to wonder where it s gonna lead Will it be another 30 books or will it end in book 6 7 Not because I don t enjoy the characters but that it s starting to remind me of how I felt about the TV show Lost So many mysteries and it was so awesome at the start but then it was like hey keep following these breadcrumbs until next season and then next season until you have the last season which was ok but the mystery got too big for one season to explain Ok I m starting to rant here Basic jist if you liked the other books you ll like this one but I hope the writer starts moving the overarching series story forward with a bit pace Because it s getting a little bit of the same now

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Zero Hour Expeditionary Force #5

United Nations Special Operations Command sent an elite Expeditionary Force of soldiers and pilots out on a simple recon mission and somehow along the way they While I loved this book overall I feel it suffered from some pacing issues and felt like a bridge between story arcs with a lot of backstory and foreshadowing but very little plot advancement and weak characterization I would have ended the book at chapter 24 82% at around 400 pages The remaining chapters 26 85% about 80 pages would then have made up the beginning of Book 6 as they did not fit thematically or temporally with the rest of the book but do set the stage for the next A novella would have worked better to cover the lengthy but imprecise time gap and events between chapter 24 and 26 aka chapter 25

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Ghtyears from home The ancient alien AI they nicknamed ‘Skippy’ is apparently dead and even if they can by some miracle revive him he might never be the sa The series remains fairly well done but is beginning to slip Plot elements are being repeated for at least the 3rd if not 4th or 5th time and the predictability factor has skyrocketed The series is starting to become formulaic like the author picked up discarded scraps from a Star Trek cutting room floor and pieced it togetherIt s been a book and a half now since anything surprising has happened That wow I didn t see that coming moment was left in the dust 300 pages back and the story has been coasting on momentum ever since Even the characters have flattened out While I appreciate characters getting some dialogue what is delivered remains flat uninteresting and predictable Characters here have lots of potential nothing but potential for development but for some reason the author just won t go thereWhile I ve enjoyed the series this really could ve been an ending to it that would ve been okay all around The story was coming to a natural and satisfactory conclusion that the ending of book 5 forcefully contorted seemingly only to justify a Book 6 I m disappointed that this series hasn t invested better in development of characters and I m only marginal on whether I will bother with Book 6 or just let it end here for me


10 thoughts on “Zero Hour Expeditionary Force #5

  1. says:

    I'm still enjoying this series but overall I'm starting to wear on the repetitive pattern Pirates get in trouble Skippy can't figure out a way out Joe finds a solution that Skippy thinks is crazy but will work Rinse lather repeatMostly this installation had some enjoyable moments but it's starting to seem like it was just hitting a big reset button with little actual plot advancement and that's a little sad to me since there's some nice p

  2. says:

    I listen to this book while I'm driving and sometimes I just burst out laughing at Skippy's rantsalthough those seemed to

  3. says:

    While I loved this book overall I feel it suffered from some pacing issues and felt like a bridge between story arcs with a lot of backstory and foreshadowing but very little plot advancement and weak characterization I would have ended the book at chapter 24 82% at around 400 pages The remaining chapters 26 85% about 80 pages would then have made up the beginning of Book 6 as they did not fit thematically or temporally with the rest of t

  4. says:

    Not as good as the othersI loved the previous books although I started noticing in the previous one irrelevant chit chat between characters to fill up the pages In this one the Can and Joe go on and on chit chattin

  5. says:

    OK so not knocking the book because I enjoyed it Great story interesting ending and wonderful performance as alwa

  6. says:

    How many times can I use the word awesomeSeriously this book is awesome Unlike previous books now the thing in danger is no other than Skippy

  7. says:

    This time we really got some serious suspense I don't know this author well enough yet even after 55 books to know if he's going to really kill

  8. says:

    As consumers we have to stop accepting this crap Book 1 2 and 3 are amazing Amazing And if you haven't listened to RC Bray's narration you need to find a way to listen to it Pardon the cliche but he was born to narrate this series I still LMAO everytime I think about one sheep Book 4 was also excellent with a few moments of been there done that But book 5 there is sooooooooo much of the same old same old Pro

  9. says:

    The series remains fairly well done but is beginning to slip Plot elements are being repeated for at least the 3rd if not 4th or 5th time and the predictability factor has skyrocketed The series is starting to become formulaic like the author picked up discarded scraps from a Star Trek cutting room floor and pieced it togetherIt’s been a book and a half now since anything surprising has happened That “wow I didn’t see tha

  10. says:

    It's fun but it's also One damned thing after another There's nothing that gets resolved Sometimes I feel like we've recycled a plot device Oh no here come the aliens again I enjoy the dialog and the characters and will re

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