The firing had become more general, and without warning the mortars started up. They were pulverizing the wood, raining down so fast that the scream of one merged into the scream of the next, each explosion merely part of a ripple of noise. -War 2.2
I’ve just finished reading War 2.2 by Jim Webster, and…wow. It’s been a while since I’ve had a book hangover like this. I’ve been spending my evenings in various parts of Tsarina for a good month now, and I’m a little sad to have finished my time there, to be honest.
I started with Justice 4.1. It was an excellent book, with plenty of twists and turns, and a fair bit of action as well. By the time I finished the book, I was thirsty for more.
War 2.2 definitely delivered on that front. Of course, with a war going on, I’d expect nothing less. I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t more connection between the two books, but they were both very well done (and now I’m hoping for a third book). If I didn’t have a reading list constantly clamoring for attention, I’d be tempted to start War 2.2 over again right away. 🙂
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