Monday, November 26, 2018

Chains of Command Book 4

Out for Blood
Chains of Command Book 4

Out for Blood: Chains of Command Book 4 by [DiPietro, Zen]

About the Book:

Title: Out for Blood | Author: Zen Dipietro | Publisher: Parallel Worlds Press | Pages: 130 | Genre: Science-Fiction | Recommend Ages: Young Adult and Up

Book Description:

The members of Avian Unit have experienced love, loss, and things they can't even tell each other about.

Their new assignment is to take out a cell of identity brokers who leave a trail of bodies in their wake. They'll come face to face with the darkest aspects of becoming members of Blackout.

Avian Unit will find out what they're really made of as they finally become what they were always meant to be.

Out for Blood concludes the Chains of Command series.

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My Review:

Out for Blood is the fourth and final book in the Chains of Command series. Zen DiPietro ends her series in a very satisfying way. This is another page-turner story with great dialogue and characters that we love. The best part about this series is that the Dragonfire Station Trilogy continues where Chains of Command leaves off with Avian Unit facing new dangers.

In Out for Blood, Fallon has been reunited with her team after they each completed individually harrowing top secret missions. None of them have the freedom to discuss what transpired, so she needs to find other ways to get them to reconnect. As Avian Unit's leader, she must make sure that they are ready to be the Blackout team they're meant to be. Fallon knows that bonding the team will only make them more formidable. Taking a quote from Cut to the Bone (Book 3) puts her attitude towards her team members into perspective, "Home was not a matter of where she was, but who she was with."

She wants to be the kind of leader that they need. Part of that requires her to make the best decisions for the team. Does she have what it takes to lead them on their first mission as a Blackout team when it ends up being bigger than anyone expected?

I've really enjoyed reading about Fallon and her team, Avian Unit. Once I begin to miss them, I'm going to re-read every series, especially where it all began with the Dragonfire Station Trilogy.

2 Favorite Quotes from Book 4:

Fallon imagined that the criminals were an infection,
and Avian Unit was the antibiotic.

An imperfect reality begged for imperfect rule.
She was about to imperfectly rule all over this little rock.

My Reviews of Zen's Books:

Zen DiPietro Author Interview

Chains of Command Books 1 and 2

Chains of Command Book 3

The Dragonfire Station Trilogy

2 FREE Science-Fiction Short Stories

Books 1 - 3 in the Mercenary Warfare Series

Book 4 in the Mercenary Warfare Series

Book 5 in the Mercenary Warfare Series

Hired Gun - A Bounty Hunter Space Opera

About the Author:
Zen DiPietro
Zen DiPietro

Zen DiPietro is a lifelong bookworm, dreamer, writer, and a mom of two. Perhaps most importantly, a Browncoat Trekkie Whovian. Also red-haired, left-handed, and a vegetarian geek. Absolutely terrible at conforming. A recovering gamer, but we won’t talk about that. Particular loves include badass heroines, British accents, and the smell of Band-Aids. Writing reviews, author interviews, and fun stuff at

Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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