Love the Myron Bolivar series, but this one just seemed to "drop the ball" at the end. Fast-paced, exciting plot that simply runs into the wall. Everything was simply cut off, with little explanation, as if the author had run out of steam. Cobain has definitely written better novels than this. Disappointing
#9 in Myron Bolitar series
I just love that Myron/ Win team. It makes the book just pop out. In this book, Berleand adds a special "foreign" comic interest. The terrorist element is a bit incredible; but otherwise this is a highly recommended read. Fast paced. And each time Win shows up you know that things are going to explode.
I really like the Myron Bolitar character.
Exciting, with a scary, thought-provoking premise, but the details and action are too unbelievable. And the hero's post-traumatic stress just sort of gets forgotten (at least for the rest of this book).
Not one of his best. Although in dealing with terrorists a few deaths go with the territory I suppose, I was distressed by the overly high body count in this book.
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