Maybe. It was a little too unrealistic, even for this genre.
He does a great job.
I could have done without the love scene.
This is my third "Gray man" book. I liked the previous two better. I most like the way he ties twists and turns together. I don't like most the constant, ubiquitous F... Word! I served my years in the US Army and know the language used well. But that doesn't mean I want to hear it in my home or car or mowing the lawn! The other problem is here we have a guy who is hyper vigilant about his surroundings but for whatever reason is caught flat-footed and stupid far too often! If this is the direction of other Grayman .... No thanks!
I swear, if the story was about the Gray Man going to get the mail and groceries I would love that too. This book shines a light on just how screwed up the Mexican drug scene is and also how twisted someone would have to be to get the attention of those who are in charge of the chaos. Court Gentry gets the job done.
My third Gray Man novel and that makes three for three in terms of happily entertained. My kind of book, non stop heroic action. I try anew book and a new genre in between Gray Man books but I find myself longing for the next Gray Man.
The cartel boss messed with the wrong man... The gray man book 3 is a page turner. Really enjoyed this one!
I have to admit that I love the story the characters where well-thought-out but, it seemed like a lot of narrative was given that could have been summed up in just a couple pages it seemed as though the writer were filling in a lot of the story just to make it unabridged. I guess he is destined to be a loner.