[Reading] ➷ Zero Hour (Expeditionary Force Book, #5) By Craig Alanson – Writerscompany.co.uk

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 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 Lightyears 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 Same. Zero Hour (Expeditionary Force Book, #5)


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10 thoughts on “Zero Hour (Expeditionary Force Book, #5)

  1. 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


  2. 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, repeat.Mostly, 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


  3. says:

    I listen to this book while I m driving, and sometimes I just burst out laughing at Skippy s rantsalthough those seemed to be less frequent in this installment of the seriesthis book just lifted my mood while i was reading it I definitely sped through this one, so i have to listen to it again to catch what i missed Expeditionary Force is by far my favorite series, so I guess you have to temper my exuberance I mean Cr


  4. says:

    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, butthat it s starting to remind me of how I felt about the TV show Lost So many mysteries, and it was s


  5. 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 read the next one, and the next, and the next


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The series continues apace as the consequences of curiosity finally catch the cat or beer can and lead our erstwhile indomitable Skippy humbled or at least as humbled as his awesomeness can allow The merry band of pirates being as snake bitten as they are, Skippy s misadventure couldn t come at a worse possible time as they find themselves bounced


  7. says:

    FunNot as engaging or interesting as the previous books but still worth the read I greatly look forward to the next tittle.


  8. says:

    Of doamne c t se mai lunge te seria asta Cartea a fost interesant i a mers extrem de repede, dar deja sunt la a 5 a carte i misterul este cumva acela i de acum c teva c r i Nu m pl ng Seria este distractiv.


  9. says:

    While I enjoyed this book, I can imagine the negative things that some people might say about it The schtick between Col Bishop and Skippy is largely predictable and I find myself skimming pass it as it s implied by this point and isn t really adding anything to the storyline There were also some parts where it seemed that the author grew tired of a situation and rather than detail its conclusion, He tosses a mere couple of sentences


  10. says:

    I m not quite sure how he does it but this is another one that s fallen off of Craig Alanson s production line and for anyone that can t get enough of Skippy the Magnificent then just pile in because there s plentyhere And apparently this book is a long, long way from the end of the series too so those with Skippy addiction have no need to panic yet Alanson once again sends his Merry Band of Pirates careering through a universe full of b


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