A lot of pulp action scenarios I've read are an extreme railroad and while I realise that you're always going to get a bit of railroading in that genre I've often found that I'd have to stop my characters having any agency at all if I wanted to run them. The adventures here though have a solid goal and story but allow room for the characters to live, breathe and make the story their own.
Each adventure comes with a well designed collection of pregenerated characters that are nicely tied into the scenario with solid personalities and relationships.
The printed version is really nice to read through and easy to reference and the pdf is free from the huge amounts of page background that slows down so many books on my tablet, this one is fast to read without lag when changing pages.
Having bought this book and Queen of the Orient I'm pretty much buying BCE Ubiquity releases on signt now. Really good stuff.