This book continues the story of a poor Hispanic immigrant made good that started with Bio of a Space Tyrant: Refugee. This book is overall much more positive than the previous one, with hardly any of Hope’s friends being killed. The book revolves around Hope’s military career, and the leadership team he builds. Its basically a story of personal magnetism, love, sex, and team work. The technical aspects of this book are a little weak, in a similar manner to the first one — specifically some of the science fiction is hard to believe. Then again if you’re willing to suspend disbelief, this is a good book.