Thursday, August 02, 2012

Review: One Jump Ahead

One Jump Ahead
One Jump Ahead by Mark L. Van Name

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

We are introduced to a worn, weary, nano-bot infested mercenary. Who happens to have a thing about his sister, who he doesn't know if she is alive or not. After the 5th time of him having a flashback, or a memory, or some whine, about her, it really got tiresome.

He also is incredibly stupid, getting tricked, because he won't do the proper interrogation of people. He simply needed to do a quick search on the captive and he would have learned whose daughter she truly was.

But he buys a powerful AI ship, who he is always complaining about as being to smart-alecky.

Then everything ends happily and he sails off into the stars to continue his life.

If I come across the rest of the series for free, I'll definitely read them, but wouldn't really want to pay for them.

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