ATLAS 3 (Atlas #3)

ATLAS 3 - Isaac Hooke

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Title: ATLAS 3

Series: Atlas

Author: Isaac Hooke

Rating: of 5 Battle Axes

Genre: SFF

Pages: 496

Format: Kindle





In a last gasp move, Humanity is sending in the MOTH's to nuke the brains of the 2 skull ships. If they don't succeed, humanity is doomed.

And more aliens.


My Thoughts:

I read over my review for ATLAS 2 before writing this and felt that I could almost copy/paste that review for this book. Too long, too many acronyms explained in the moment and not worth your money.


With that being said, I think the action was better this time around even while being described blow by blow. I didn't feel like my time was wasted, but it did get close. The ending was satisfactory but I don't think I'll be reading any more by Hooke as his writing just doesn't do it for me.


If you're looking for good military scifi, this is adequate. I would recommend Evan Currie or Marko Kloos over this though.