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Free download ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å Thomas DePrima Offered an opportunity to command a Vu AGU PDFEPUB #189 new covert mission into Clidepp space that will resolve an outstanding issue created during her last mission Lieutenantjg Sydnee Marcola accepts then makes preparations to captain the CPS Justice once again During the mission briefing the Clidepp Deja MOBI #190 following day she learns that the parameters of the assignment have expanded t. This is another read worthy book in the A Galaxy Unknown or specifically A Galaxy Unknown Border Patrol set of books by Thomas DePrima It is a nice solid Science Fiction adventure Nothing to blow your mind but simple and enjoyable readingSydnee Marcola once commands the CPS 14 Justice into Clidepp space The ship itself is rather underwhelming Essentially a space tug on steroids It would be nice if Sydnee could advance to command a real warship even a small one sometime in the futureWhat was supposed to be a not too complicated operation is uickly escalated by the fact that the geniuses Space Command decides to change the mission parameters not only once but twice during the course of the mission As usual Sydnee are forced to take matters into her own hands and make her own judgements on how to interpret orders and mission parameters Needless to say the risk factor is going from high to higher rather rapidlyI do like Sydnee Marcola as well as the other characters in the book and I like the story in general Slight spoilers ahead I found the part about trying to paint a Daknium sheeted shuttle to masuerade as an enemy ship somewhat unnecessary since they later undertook a dozen or so flights relying only on the Daknium sheeting to hide them from the enemy I also found it stretching the credibility somewhat when they loaded over a thousand people into a ship designed for a crew of 24 even if it was a highly configurable tugfreighterApart from those small gripes I uite enjoyed the book It was a fairly uick and light read but definitely enjoyable

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review Clidepp Deja Vu AGU Border Patrol #3 ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ [Reading] ➿ Clidepp Deja Vu AGU Border Patrol #3 By Thomas DePrima – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Offered an opportunity to command a new covert mission into Clidepp space that will resolve an outstanding issue create Remendously since her acceptance Instead of the voyage being a simple delivery the Justice might be reuired to remain in Clidepp space for as long as two years The crew size for Deja Vu AGU PDF #180 the newly revised mission has been expanded from the original nine Space Command officers and enlisted plus the previous Marine Special Ops team and Marine fire teams from the Denver to twenty four. DePrima's writing gets better and better Those of us who've served recognize how inept upper leadership can be creating conflicting reuirements demanding perfect execution but shirking responsibility when the resulting actions are less than perfect

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Clidepp Deja Vu AGU Border Patrol #3Space Command officers and enlisted the same Marine Special Ops team Deja Vu AGU Border Patrol PDFEPUB or a platoon of Marines from the Denver and a full Wing of Marine fighter jocks and support personnel The mission had just gone from a penetrationdeliveryexit operation to a major clandestine incursion into the space of an unfriendly neighboring nation currently embroiled in a deadly civil w. This was an enjoyable read but the author has fallen into the same trap as many Science Fiction writers of trying to explain every little technical detail being uite nerdish I am happy for some explanation but this was far too muchThe start of the story was a bit disappointing; to begin with it consisted mainly of a lot of discussion planning and preparation Followed by a series of problems most of which could have been solved by sending a backup ship but for some reason known only to the author this simple virtually risk free solution wasn’t allowedThe way Sydnee eventually solved all the problems was uite interesting but always at the back of my mind was the fact that most of the problems would have not existed with a second ship