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Below is a review/look at the series as a whole, not just the one book!The mission statement taken from the official website of the United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps (U.S. Navy JAG):The Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps provides solutions, from a military perspective, to legal issues involving military operations, organization, and personnel, wherever and whenever such solutions are required, with primary focus on operations, accountability, Sailor legal readiness, and Navy legal readiness.While this may seem like a strange place to start when talking about a Sci-Fi series set in space, in the future, it’s actually very relevant to the series in question. Not only does it give a brief and factual statement on what the JAG Corps do, the books in this series are written by a former Navy Officer, one who served on different assignments during his career, and has direct experience with legal matters in the US Navy.The author? John G Hemry. The series? JAG in Space. The books? A Just Determination, Burden of Proof, Rule of Evidence, Against All Enemies.The UK covers to the series, available from Titan BooksMany of you out there might recognise John G Hemry as the man behind Jack Campbell, author of the Lost Fleet series of books. Using that pen name, Hemry has been hitting the bestseller lists with his Lost Fleet series (starting with Dauntless), and with the more recent Beyond the Frontier (Dreadnaught, Invincible, Guardian, Steadfast) and Lost Stars (Tarnished Knight, Perilous Shield) series. However, before John ‘Black Jack’ Geary came into being there was another Navy Officer that Hemry was writing about: Paul Sinclair.Ensign Paul Sinclair boards the USS Michaelson to begin his career in the US Navy, a Navy that now includes spaceships in its fleet. As humanity and its governments start to leave Earth and inhabit the solar system, the Navies of these governments find themselves in a new environment, but events are more than familiar. During his time aboard the Michaelson – which spans the four books of this series – Sinclair faces many different situations, ranging from normal day-to-day activities and duties related to his role, to the more serious and unusual tasks he comes across in his role as the ships legal officer.I think one of the aspects that really needs to be highlighted from the get-go is the way that Hemry portrays the Navy, Officers, Enlisted, and, well, generally everything about this series. In short, the novels read as very real and very believable. Take away the sci-fi aspect and you could easily be reading about life aboard ocean going ships in the current Navy. Hemry establishes this early on, and effectively uses the current Navy structure along with his own experiences in a solid and rigid structure. I’m not a military person, I don’t know whether or not what I’m reading is fact or fiction when it comes to the regulations and behaviours of the Navy personnel, but Hemry is confident in his delivery and doesn’t contradict himself at all in the telling. I believe what I read, and that’s a huge part of a successful story.With such a rigid structure used to tell the story you could be forgiven in thinking that the characters would be cardboard cut-outs, the generic military personnel you find in many a story. Hemry, thankfully, doesn’t fall into this trap. His characters are well defined and the majority have distinct personalities that defy convention. Of course, there are going to be the odd one or two here and there that meet expectations in that sense, but they’re few and far between. Even then, over the course of the series we become more familiar with many of the characters, enough to dispel initial impressions assigning them to certain camps.a-just-determinationThe re-issue cover of the US edition, available from ACE BooksAt the heart of this series is the legal drama, it’s as simple as that. And boy, do we get our money’s worth. From early on in the first novel, A Just Determination, it’s clear that Hemry knows his stuff and plans on getting the most out of it. From ‘Captain’s Mast’ sessions, to queries Sinclair has to clarify regarding orders, to Court Martials, this series really does deliver. He builds on it from there, with each novel giving a distinct and unique look at the legal system within the Navy.While the vast majority of the JAG in Space novels are pretty much on the ball, there is one aspect that perhaps falls short: worldbuilding. This is more relevant to the first couple of novels, with the space situation not really that clear – where is it set, how from Earth has humanity travelled, what technology is in use. As the novels progress this becomes resolved and, as a whole, the series becomes thoroughly well constructed.While sticking to an established structure and perhaps appealing to those who like military stories, the JAG in Space series really does offer plenty for readers in general. The series is also concluded nicely by the end of Against All Enemies, but even then its open to more stories. Personally I’d like to read more about the trials and tribulations of Paul Sinclair, and I’ll hold out hope that Hemry returns to this once he’s done with the adventures of Black Jack.In short, for intelligent and well thought out sci-fi, you shouldn’t look any further the Jag in Space. Highly recommended.
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