This is a solid story of the Imperial Titan Cassius Belli and several members of her crew. Worth the read.
That said, it is far more about those crew-members and their challenges than it is about Titan vs. Titan combat. There's enough of that in there to keep an Adeptus Titanicus fan content, but this book is not cut of the same cloth as Abnett's Titanicus.
As had been mentioned in other reviews, one of the main characters uses the pronouns of ve, vis, ver, etc. when referring to "viself." While I understand why it was done, it's distracting, and takes you out of the story as you wrestle with the unusual syntax.
That aside, the characters are engaging, and the plot moves along at a good pace, without too many artificialities.
So give it a read, but don't expect to be blown away.
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