Review of 'Brothers in arms' on 'Goodreads'
This is again a typical Myles story in that it's a bit annoying that our supposedly thoughtful tactical genius makes very weird and reckless decisions sometimes. But once making trouble has happened, the getting out of it part is interesting enough and the protagonist with his "people before principles" principle is so likable, that I've forgiven the lapses of judgement. Though I think this book had an action sequence that I zoned out for a bit. Still, solid book. Very cool to read.