Rules of Engagement (Serrano Legacy Series #5)

Rules of Engagement (Serrano Legacy Series #5)

by Elizabeth Moon
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Rules of Engagement (Serrano Legacy Series #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh, dear. Another series has me hooked, and this one's got - gasp! - seven books in it. What's worse, I've begun reading them out of order since 'Rules of Engagement' is the second of four Esmay Suiza novels which follow (and in a sense continue) the Heris Serrano trilogy. Author Moon has created a believable universe, the kind in which a speculative fiction reader who's particularly fond of strong-but-flawed female protagonists can't help but get immersed. I have two complaints about 'Rules of Engagement.' First, it told me repeatedly how Esmay and Brun compared to each other when I could and did figure that out for myself from their actions and their words. Second, I'm getting tired of the obligatory female war hero who needs remedial instruction in (shades of Nancy Kwan) how to enjoy being a girl. Despite those two peeves, though, I loved this book. It delivered action, a textured background, and a varied cast of characters with each functioning as an individual. I'm looking forward to reading more.
Anonymous 30 days ago
Heroine very much in the style of weber and de prima s heroines if you loved them you will love this and vice versa
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Esmay and Brun haven't finished here. They excitement of the story and need for a serious love interest means that another book is forthcoming and Elizabeth Moon should not keep us waiting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the earlier, 'Once a Hero' but still a very good read. ( I couldnt put it down)The ending seems a little forced...but with characters like Esmay and Brun...its hard to go wrong :)