PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3)


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    PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3) Steve Perry ↠ 4 Read & Download This book started out with plenty of initial promising but for me at least ended up deteriorating into a poorly written and boring mess that

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    PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3) Steve Perry ↠ 4 Read & Download Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Three stars Did not seem as exciting as the first two Sure the characters were the same; there was character growth some unexpected The usual plot twists Just was not as good as the first two in the series But I do look forward to what Perry comes up with next

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    PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3) Nice possible ending of Cutter's WarsNice paced yarn that completed lots of unfinished items from the first two Cutter stories Perry could use this book to end this line Or he could go in many new directions ?

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    Read Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Steve Perry Steve Perry ↠ 4 Read & Download Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 I loved the twist of how this story came back to earthallowed some strange 7 day monitored war and then end dramatically with the characters being given easy ways to end their livesas in end the series of books

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    PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3) My first foray into this type of military science fiction and I enjoyed it

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    PDF/EBOOK (The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3) Steve Perry ↠ 4 Read & Download Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 As always Steve Perry Has given me a good book love this cast of characters and hope this is not the end of their story Fantastic enjoyable read from first to last page

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The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Read Ä PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Er wanted the unit is looking forward to being part of a straight up short term industrial war on Earth   Cutter agrees to a support role offered by an old Army comrade who’s now a general in a larger military force The pay is good the unit happy All they have to do is basic ranger stuff sneak and peek sh. Three stars Did not seem as exciting as the first two Sure the characters were the same there was character growth some unexpected The usual plot twists Just was not as good as the first two in the series But I do look forward to what Perry comes up with next

Read Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Steve Perry

The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3

The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Read Ä PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Oot and scoot   But what starts out as a corporate fight to occupy a valuable piece of contested territory uickly goes sideways and once again Cutter and crew find themselves in the middle of situations in which things aren’t as they seem and the unit must determine the truth or lose than just a battle  . Nice possible ending of Cutter s WarsNice paced yarn that completed lots of unfinished items from the first two Cutter stories Perry could use this book to end this line Or he could go in many new directions

Steve Perry ↠ 4 Read & Download

The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 Read Ä PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3 At the end of the twenty fourth century war is fought in a civilized manner Each side hires mercenaries to engage in combat in specifically designated areas To the victor go the spoils whatever they may be   After a couple of assignments involving intrigue and skulduggery than the Cutter Force Initiative ev. This book started out with plenty of initial promising but for me at least ended up deteriorating into a poorly written and boring mess that at it s core felt like a series of unconnected scenes littered with random occurrences and weird sexual undertones rather than a coherent storyOn a whole I found the story to be tediously boring which given the expansive background in which the novel is set is disappointing Cutter and his team are hired by an old acuaintance to assist in a small corporate war joining up with a mercenary group to act as part of the command structure Through not so subtle intrigue they discover that what they re fighting over supposedly has far reaching stakes and they make a plan to ensure no one gets this resource This culminates in a showdown with an old enemy from Cutter s past A simple concept that is excellent ground work for any military fiction and yet it falls flat on its face Most of the story revolves around small disconnected scenes for each character These all feel fairly contrived and pointless adding nothing to overall plot arc They all feel very one note and flat and cripple the book as a whole There is limited set up throughout the story for the climax and no real pay off at the end Stakes feel so low all the time thanks to plot armour and convenience and the ending has a laughably dumb villain who was missing for most of the story that only cements the lack of tension and leaves a unsatisfactory taste in your mouth Couple this with the constant mention of sex in very random points it throws the whole tone off its feet It s a real shame because the base concept is a very intriguing one The idea to have all wars fought by mercenary groups is a fantastic one It leaves plenty of space for backroom backstabbing and delving into the fallibility of mercenaries as whole This is the perfect ground work for great story elements in large scale conflicts but it isn t used to its full extent Instead in this setting the resource they are fighting over is uite frankly laughable as something that would start a corporate war There are absolutely zero stakes in this conflict immediately diffusing any sense of tension and concern for the characters It is revealed later the significance of the resource but it again bears no relation to any stakes thrown at the characters There are some interesting attempts at blending modern themes throughout veganism and a multitude of sexual identities being the norm which is very refreshing to read but this does not save the plotNow lets talk about said characters Cutter s group is a small but elite band of mercenaries that feel very much like your classic mismatched family in many Sci FiFantasy novels They truly feel like developed characters that fans have no doubt come to love and there in lies the problem There is next to nothing in terms of character description I spent the whole novel with no idea who anyone looked like I only knew the character Gunny might be Scottish due to the way her dialogue was written Now these might have been seen to in the previous books but as a new reader who picked this up on the fly it translates very poorly This is only made worse by the fact one of the main characters Kay is an alien I knew she was animalistic and I knew she had fur teeth and claws but nothing else I basically just imagined a less intimidating humanoid werewolf A further problem presented with the characters is that they re are all portrayed in such a way to be overpowered never really getting injured and always always getting out of scrapes minor injuries at best This happened so often that I never felt worried that something serious would happen to any of them and when a supposedly devastating situation occurred early on I did not share any of the feeling the character did Finally touching on the villains they all come across as idiotic boring and petulant Their motives are one note and uninspired resulting in a lacklustre climax completely separate to the main body of the book and that s all I can really say on themAs closing thoughts the feeling I get is that the author very much expects you to have read their previous works which is a bad precedent for attracting new readers This world has so much promise and the technology displayed within it really has so much potential It does integrate modern themes as a natural part of the universe This is nice to see but unfortunately the author just does not capitalise on it instead telling a dreary story that reads like a bad power fantasy

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • The Tejano Conflict Cutters Wars #3
  • Steve Perry
  • en
  • 06 November 2020
  • 9780425273494