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Publisher's Summary

Drawing strong comparisons to New York Times best-selling authors Tom Clancy and Stephen Coonts, former Air National Guardsman Tom Young is a rising star in military suspense.

The Renegades reunites Afghan Air Force adviser Lieutenant Colonel Michael Parson and his interpreter, Sergeant Major Sophia Gold, for a mission in Afghanistan. Following a devastating earthquake in the region, Parson and Gold find their aid and rescue efforts strained when a Taliban splinter group further destabilizes the area with deadly violence.

©2012 Tom Young (P)2012 Recorded Books

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  • BarbJ1947
  • Rock Hill, SC United States
  • 10-01-12

I expected more

Heavy on characterization and action, but just couldn't maintain my interest and left me unsatisfied. The characters were likeable, but lacking interaction in any substantive way in spite of the history they apparently have together.

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Would you listen to The Renegades again? Why?

I read it first, then listened to it, then read it again. Good book well researched and written. I will likey listen to it again because it is well executed and I like Scott Brick

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Renegades?

The discovery of the terror on the village that was being helped by aid workers.

What does Scott Brick bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

As a former docent and voice over novice I appreciate the texture that is brought by a reader / interperter.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not really, however it does amplify the devastating impact the fanaticism has on the world at large.

Any additional comments?

Tom - Keep up the good work, in between flights that is.