Review of a Pirate's Tale
I really liked the story and his style By Amazon Customer on:
Format: Kindle Edition
I just discovered Saxon Andrew a week ago when I read "Gregor's Run". I really liked the story and his style. I immediately got "A Pirates's Tale". Another great read. I think that I hit the mother load with this author. His story telling reminds me of an author that I read many years ago, E.E. Doc Smith. His heroes are decisive and intuitive. No hand wringing when they have to dispatch a bad guy. Operate with honor and integrity. Loyal to their friends and allies.
The stories move fast with intrigue and plot twists. The Sci-Fi is more Fi than Sci, but that frees his imagination and he takes advantage of it. If you are a purist about the science, go read a textbook. His stories are feel good adventures, so if you are into dark, depressing reading, go elsewhere. He creates some impossible spots for his characters to be in, but resolves the issues in clever ways.
The problem is that I have been binge reading and not getting stuff done. It is like eating potato chips. The best part is that he has written a lot of books, and I plan to read every one.
P.S. If you really like profanity in your books, skip this one. This author keeps the language clean (God bless him)