Redemption Omega Force, Book 7
Trying to keep down violence you have to become violent yourself sometimes and that is when you become what you have hated all your life. It is quite difficult to decide in this situation that whether you are doing the right thing or not. Jason Burke faces the same situation and he has tried almost all of his professional life to keep things straight and clear for him and the others around him.
The enemies fight and so does the Omega Team but they are always relaxed to think that they are at least on the right side but what if they are wrong all these years. This very thought of being on the wrong side of the war could make the ranks collapse and the zeal go down within no time. Joshua Dalzelle gives the series a twist, since the beginning of war the friends or the allies that were made failed to prove their worth in the battlefield.
Deception from friends has now compelled Burke to think that if his friends have proved as his enemies that it means that there is a chance that he can make his enemies his friends. Doubt is everywhere like never before, such confusion is not seen in The Enemy Within or Secret of the Phoenix but here all this stuff is in plenty.
Paul Heitsch slides a little at the start because the narration is not that sensational at the start and the grip slowly becomes better towards the climax and in the ending scene. Thus we cannot consider it a bad narration; it is still catchy and attractive to listen to.
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