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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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.
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.
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.
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