Not typical Hunter.
I will continue to read Hunter. He is usually very dependably entertaing.
Don't expect vintage Hunter.
I liked the plot. I wish the ending had been a little more satisfying. I grew to dislike the police commander and his bootlicker worse than the terrorists. I finished the book frustrated.
Truly refreshingly honest.
I have not, however, this was one of the best performances I have heard.
All the characters are memorable. The doubts, fears, and motivations were absolutely on point. This is the first book I have ever read/heard that is truly honest about the subject.
The very best book I have ever read/or heard about the reality of what goes through a leader's mind during life threatening combat situations. Should be required reading for young warriors and police officers.
No, probably not. I enjoy the characters but things keep getting farther fetched. I really wish Rollins would have someone with some weapons and combat expertise collaborate with him. I suffered through the next two books and they got worse.
I did. Sloppy.
It's a shame that these books have gotten more and more washed out. It seems that they have become rushed to meet a dealine or fulfil a contract. Small details can really ruin what would otherwise be a good book and the attention to detail has really been lacking.
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