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Another awesome book from Stewart. Perhaps a little short compared to others of his that I have read; the ending was quite abrupt. Doesn't detract from the overall story all though, just makes me want the next book sooner!
I got that the main character was very gay the first half dozen times he goes out of his way to insert his "Ex" husband into random conversations. But the perpetual value signaling went from merely annoying to distracting to desperate very quickly. The "story" seems to be more about the authors attempt to create a multicultural, diverse, WOKE universe with occasional snippets of military SF than a Military SF book. If the author wants to make a value signaling commentary to show his compliance to the new social dogma, its his/her/their right. Just don't waste my time and money labeling it military SF. I gave it two stars instead of one, because the author obviously has the talent to write a good Military SF story, they just chose to value signal instead.