JET VII picks up where JET VI left off. Jet, Matt, and Hannah on the run, trying to evade enemies from their past who are determined to exterminate them.
©2014 Russell Blake (P)2014 Russell Blake
Braden Wright does a fantastic job with the Jet books especially considering that the main protagonist in these books is a female. He does a very believable performance.
I have enjoyed ALL of the Jet books. This one like the others is fast paced and full of action. My only gripe is that they are not long enough. Jet is like a cross between The Gray Man and Wonder Woman, this book we learn that she is certified to fly a helicopter and can perform some pretty amazing stunts with it even though it's been years and she was unsure of her skills. Ok, it requires a little suspension of common sense but it you're looking for some exciting and thrilling entertainment then you've come to the right place. I highly recommend this book.
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
Also, novel 11 (XI) will be out on Kindle in December.
Regrettably I have now completed all audiobooks in this series, and I want more. For continuous action, sustained suspense, and fun listening the JET series is difficult to match. Both the author and the narrator do a great job. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
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