Tom Young has earned both popular and critical acclaim for his scintillating suspense fiction. In The Warriors, Lt. Col. Michael Parson couldn’t be happier about his new assignment on a Kyrgyzstan air base. But after taking what he expected to be an easy job, a drug-laden C-27 crashes on the runway - drawing Parson into a deadly game of intrigue that could end in an international conflagration.
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Just finished "The Warriors" and really enjoyed it. The Story went somewhere I didn't expect, and included some resent history that is often forgotten. Gives a few perspectives on some of the turmoil that took place in the Balkans during the 1990s. Scott Brick does a great job like always. Hope there are more books in store for us.
this book was horrible. The characters were weak. The plot was weak. I listen to app. 3 to 5 books a week and this is the worst in a long time.
I have listened to a hundred or more books narrated by Scott Brick and he is always great.
This book would be good for someone who doesn't like good books. Oh and someone who really followed the Serbian conflict.
I can only tell you the type of books I like: I like fast paced action/adventure with good guys and bad guys and a lot of guns. This book tries all of that but just can't make it happen. There is no hero/good guy. There is a bunch of people that follow the bad guy around and do nothing. The story is not even close to being credible (and I promise I am a cheap date with low standards). It is boring.
The only redeeming quality was Scott Brick. He is amazing but I bought this book because of him so he owes me a credit.
If you like Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, and all the other good ones you won't like this.
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