Saturday, October 10, 2015

Hawk Seven (Flight of the Hawk Book 4) by Robert Little (Book 2011)

"Never judge a book by its cover", or so the saying goes, but it's so true as this book falls into that category. Although the cover is very plain Jane, it was actually a very long and very well written space opera.

The book followed around a budding Space Navy Lieutenant and his fellow officer friend as they are thrust into a war instigated by an unknown species. Yes, this base plot always seems to be the foundation of every space opera I read, but for some reason it never gets old. As long as the characters are personable and the story flows well, I'll read it.

The plot in this one was good, it had a solid set of characters, and it was a very enjoyable experience overall. I liked it a lot, as it will definitely go into the memory banks as a good read that was worth the time.
Rating - High