Adapt and Overcome

Assigned to investigate a deadly accident, Lieutenant Steve Maxwell uncovers corruption and criminal collusion reaching far above his pay grade To save his career he s dispatched to a distant planet to help upgrade its defense forces, in the company of an old friend and some of the most experienced Marines Steve s ever met plus one of the most distracting Trouble is, tAssigned to investigate a deadly accident, Lieutenant Steve Maxwell uncovers corruption and criminal collusion reaching far above his pay grade To save his career he s dispatched to a distant planet to help upgrade its defense forces, in the company of an old friend and some of the most experienced Marines Steve s ever met plus one of the most distracting Trouble is, the planet s antiquated defenses make its new found wealth a very tempting target and there are those planning to take full advantage As Steve and his colleagues strive to whip a rusty, run down defense establishment into shape, the clock s running out
Adapt and Overcome Assigned to investigate a deadly accident Lieutenant Steve Maxwell uncovers corruption and criminal collusion reaching far above his pay grade To save his career he s dispatched to a distant planet t

  • Title: Adapt and Overcome
  • Author: PeterGrant
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1 thought on “Adapt and Overcome”

    1. This is the 3rd book in this series. I made it through the first 2 hoping that the writing would improve. For me, it did not and I gave up on this one and will not continue with the series or the writer. I generally like this type of story - coming of age or the hero's journey but I found Steve to be a paragon, lacking any depth. The writing style I find intrusive to the narrative flow and nothing in the plot that makes me want to continue investing in the story.

    2. I honestly found this book a bit lacking compared to the other books of this series. I found myself skimming through my parts. Yet the story is still pretty good. Would I recommend this book? Yes.

    3. This series is, I think, getting better as time goes on Here we follow our hero, Steve Maxwell, into the wilds of shore duty and dating in his junior-mid officer years. Not surprisingly, he handles all obstacles thrown at him with aplomb and panache, and ends up with more awards and accolades heaped upon him. I'd be annoyed by it except that it's become a feature of the series and I like the character. I was very, very worried about what might happen to a young woman character we're introduced t [...]

    4. "Adapt and Overcome" is my first by author Peter Grant. It tells the very readable story of Lt. Steve Maxwell who finds himself in the center of intrigue and world wars despite being a lowly space military grunt. This is the third book in the series, but Grant does a good job of making it simple for the casual reader to pick up on his tale. He's a very orderly and entertaining writer, and I enjoyed the characters he creates. They include very strong women, and he peppers the sci-fi tale with qui [...]

    5. As a fan of milfic and a writer, I always have trouble carrying the image of a battle and maneuvers during one in my mind. Such being the truth, I have to say that Grant comes in for high praise in his battle description in that he manages the exposition brilliantly, and in a way that a situationally unaware scatterbrain like me can follow it. That alone should recommend this book -- and the others in the Maxwell saga -- to you. But he also writes compelling characters and affecting stories. All [...]

    6. Book 3, is the continuing story of the adventures of Steve Maxwell is excellent, describing a future where integrity, ethics and a well developed moral compass is the key to achievement after achievement in his Navy career. Wish life on earth could measure up to the standards and bold bright future of humanity which is so well described in this book! Anxiously waiting for book 4 :)

    7. Author Grant continues to produce great space opera. This is the 3rd book in his “Maxwell Saga” series, and is just as well done as the previous two. His characters are crisp and engaging, and the story background exceptional. He seems to have left room for additional books in the series. I’m hoping for a second trilogy.

    8. Boring interludesI don't know who, the author, the editor, a junior marketing exec thinks that a space opera has to have boring pages of romance. If that was what I wanted I would read romance novels. I skipped at least half this book.

    9. Excellent series.Excellent seriesminiscent of Heinlein in many ways, the path to maturity and a career well as a touch of Weber-like technical documentation. Plus, they are a Damon good read!

    10. Max 3A little uneven at times but a wonderful successor to the previous works in this series. The characters were warmly fleshed out. The action sequences were riveting. If you enjoy this genre you will like this book.

    11. Spectacular reading for allThis book eclipsed space travel,Details, love and friendshipKeeps me reading and reading.Science fiction is terrific for entertainment purposesIn Houston we are familiar with space.Keep up the great reading.GreatGreat

    12. I must say he has built his career in an almost perfect way. The way he has obtained his goals is awesome. Now he has found true love. I must say the story has been a very good read and the characters are interesting.

    13. The Maxwell Saga is greata Sufi love story,mystery,and of dreams, good,and the bad.A Story of out space,man and woman,ships of outer space.you will love it.

    14. A return to form and much better than the second installment in the series. I'm looking forward to continuing to read more of Grant's work.

    15. Once again an enjoyable read. Nice to see Steve Maxwell growing up - the opposite sex is no longer as mysterious to him

    16. Ok but pretty vanillaSimple style, weak characters, a plot you can guess quickly, and technically weak, e.g. dismisses quantum entanglement. It's ok for the price.

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