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CIA agent Jordan Sandor returns with a vengeance—putting his life at risk deep within in the Venezuelan jungle to take down a ruthless mastermind and terrorist in a thriller that “will keep you turning the pages all the way to its explosive ending” (Vince Flynn).All the bureaucratic scolding in Washington won’t stop CIA Agent Jordan Sandor when he’s hungry for revenge. HisCIA agent Jordan Sandor returns with a vengeance—putting his life at risk deep within in the Venezuelan jungle to take down a ruthless mastermind and terrorist in a thriller that “will keep you turning the pages all the way to its explosive ending” (Vince Flynn).All the bureaucratic scolding in Washington won’t stop CIA Agent Jordan Sandor when he’s hungry for revenge. His newest target: Venezuelan drug lord Adina, a coldblooded sociopath with a taste for slaughtering innocent people—including Sandor’s close friend.Despite stern warnings from his superiors, Sandor mobilizes a team of skilled, dedicated agents to secretly penetrate the Venezuelan jungle. Armed with little more than a combat knife and a deadly automatic weapon, Sandor infiltrates Adina’s camp and discovers that the ruthless terrorist is smuggling not only cocaine into the United States but also a deadly substance that could cost tens of thousands of lives.Sandor’s intel leads him to Egypt and Moscow, but when he lands on Interpol’s list of international fugitives, the truth becomes clear: Adina’s evil web is far-reaching. Sandor refuses to end his perilous mission, however, even after being taken captive. When he uncovers Adina’s plan for a catastrophic assault on New York City, he knows he has no choice: he must risk his life to protect his country’s safety and freedom....

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Targets of Revenge Reviews

  • Debbie
    2019-02-13 16:27

    "Targets of Revenge" is a thriller novel. It was the third book in a series. I didn't need to read the previous books to follow this one, though I suspect I would have gotten more out of this book if I had. Also, much of the action in the previous books was spoiled in this one, so you may wish to read them in order.The author did a good job of writing exciting, action-packed fights where it was easy to follow what was going on. Sandor was more a military rambo than sneaky spy. He got his information by holding a gun to people's heads. He was reckless, impulsive, and didn't follow orders (even those he gave) well. He always had to be in control of operations even if he technically shouldn't be giving orders or even involved. Even when Sandor acted as a spy, he didn't try hard to be believable so his enemies weren't fooled by his cover story. He always ended up having to fight his way out of danger.I found that I didn't really care about the characters (except Romero, a minor character) because I knew nothing about them. Sandor's best friends existed merely to play backup to his plans. We're told nothing about Sandor's past or present beyond the current actions that he takes. We don't get inside his head to feel fear or anger--we can only tell his emotions by his words or actions (which never act afraid, so why should I be worried for him?). He seems to exist purely to run recklessly through the pages leaving dead behind him. He never paused to reflect, "Hey, there might be a better way to do things where fewer people end up dead."There were no graphic sex scenes, but there was a little more description than kiss-and-fade-to-back in one case. There was a fair amount of explicit bad language, including in several languages beyond English. I'd recommend this novel to those who like independent, impulsive heroes who leave a high body count behind them, though I'd suggest starting at the beginning of this series.I received this book as a review copy from the publisher.

  • Theresa
    2019-01-21 14:31

    The targets of revenge Jeffrey s StephensThird book in the series, and I feel terrible that I have to say it’s one of the books you should read in sequence of the series, I felt it was a bumpy start to the book, left with a bad impression that the character is not describe adequately, and the problems are mounting. I want more detail. Maybe it’s me more than the book; I am not interested in what type of gun, or three chapters on a glider crash. This is a Bond/ Bourne book, with thrilling gun fights and espionage book with many twists and turns. I have had a hard time connecting to the book, I would like to peruse the first book and see if I can get the details down.

  • Miriam Downey
    2019-02-08 14:48

    Read my full review here: http://mimi-cyberlibrarian.blogspot.c... Jordan Sandor returns for the third time in a skillfully rendered action novel, Targets of Revenge, and revenge is the key to the plot. In almost typical James Bond style, Sandor is out to get a terrorist with the code-name Adina, who apparently had caused a lot of havoc in one of the two previous Target books, Targets of Deception and Targets of Opportunity. The interesting thing about Adina is that he operates out of Venezuela. Who knew Venezuela was a hotbed of terrorism? In an attempt to "take out" Adina, Sandor discovers that Adina is manufacturing Anthrax and has plans to deliver a massive Anthrax attack, probably on New York City. Sandor races around the globe following the trail of a huge cocaine shipment in which the Anthrax might be buried. We are taken to Egypt, Russia, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Washington, and chapter headings let us know where we are. Sandor seemingly answers to no one and spends most of his time telling the US government officials what he is going to do next--or not telling the US government officials what he is going to do next. Sandor is not one to take orders.The reviewer in Suspense Magazine says that Targets of Revenge is like a "big summer action movie." There are last-second escapes in virtually every chapter, and nothing seems to deter Sandor's two-fold mission--to wreak revenge on Adina and to save Manhattan. He outwits Venezuelan terrorists, Mexican drug runners, Russian drug lords in Egypt, and the Russian Mafia in Brooklyn. He escapes from a drug lab in the jungle of Venezuela, a barn in Mexico and a basement in Brooklyn. He loses a girlfriend and two co-workers; wherever he goes, murder and mayhem follow. I wish I had kept count of the dead bodies--the score count would have been huge. But even Sandor bemoans the mayhem. "Sandor lived in a world of brutality and deception, but even in the context of that shadowy existence there were still boundaries." Frankly, I didn't see many boundaries.There are some light moments. Sandor is pretty smart mouthed, and he seems to get by with sarcastic quips to almost everyone, including the higher ups in the government, who seem to shrug their shoulders and pass it off as just another incidence of Sandor being Sandor. One of my favorite bits of writing comes when Sandor arrives at the headquarters of a Russian mobster in Brighton Beach. "'Private party tonight,' he told them in an accent as thick as a Russian novel." (Loved that!) One of the things I found most interesting was the underlying political agenda of the author, which comes out in lecture form. For example, in a chapter where the action takes place in Washington Heights, New York City, the welfare atmosphere of the neighborhood is introduced in this way: "Just as jihadists nurture anti-Western hatred in their impressionable children, anti-American socialists promote the politics of blame as they deride the capitalist ethic of hard work and achievement, preaching the easy life promised to all by entitlement programs." Some of the preaching goes with the Sandor's character, but most of it goes with the character of the author I would guess.All-in-all, however, the book was fun. I love James Bond movies, especially the Daniel Craig ones, and I just kept visualizing Daniel Craig as Jordan Sandor. I can only imagine that Jeffrey Stephens is envisioning the same thing. You might also enjoy The Intercept by Dick Wolf which also takes place in New York. I read and reviewed it last month. Here is the Kirkus review of the book in which they said, " As skillfully rendered as the book is, readers will not necessarily look forward to the next installment in the series."

  • Todd
    2019-02-20 14:46

    After reading the first two books in Jeffrey S. Stephens' Jordan Sandor series, Targets of Opportunity and its prequel Targets of Deception, I knew I was in for a great third addition to the series.  Some foreshadowing in Targets of Opportunity lead the reader to believe that there is a large showdown looming between Jordan and the man responsible for his plight.  I've always been interested in spy/thriller books in general, and I knew going in to this book that I'd enjoy it, but little did I know that I would be reading the best book in the series!Targets of Revenge begins with Jordan crashing a glider into the jungle along the coast of Venezuela, hot on the trail of a man known as Rafel Cabello, who goes by the moniker Adina.  He was the mastermind of the deadly terrorist attacks from the previous two books, notably the downing of a jet in the Gulf of Mexico and the death of one of Jordan's best friends, Kurt Zimmermann.  Now that Jordan finally was able to place a name behind all of the attacks that have caused him such pain over the last year, he finally sets out to kill him.  After landing the glider, Jordan discovers a small lab in the jungle that houses not only Adina's hideaway, but a hastily constructed lab that contains a cocaine refinery operation as well as something much deadlier: anthrax.  Although this finding puts his original plan to exterminate Adina on hold, Jordan is able to escape with crucial information that hopefully will uncover Adina's purpose for the manufacture of such a deadly toxin.  The trail then leads him to Sharm-el-Sheik, Egypt, where he meets with a Russian drug lord who is involved in the operation.  After surviving a harrowing SCUBA related assassination attempt, Jordan then heads to Russia, and finally, New York City, where he discovers Adina's deadly plan.  Now out of time and options, Jordan must stop Adina at all costs before it is too late.As I've stated earlier in my reviews of Stephens' works, I enjoy how much he plays up both sides of the spy/thriller coin when crafting his stories.  He gets into the geo-political aspects of the story, explaining the diplomatic relationships between the US and various other nations without getting too complex.  On the other hand, there is more than enough action to go around, balancing out the diplomatic aspects of the story.  In Targets of Revenge, it seems that Stephens has tipped the scales more towards the action side of things, as the pace escalated quickly from the beginning and didn't let up until the end.  To be honest, I had a blast reading all the action and it was a great respite from everything I've been doing for work and school recently.  It was like taking a reading vacation, and Stephens did a great job at pulling me in at the beginning and keeping up the pressure.  Sandor is a great character, and he's got a good combination of diplomacy and a good old-fashioned bravado that mixes well and makes him incredibly likable.  I'm happy to say that I have no regrets in giving all three of these books 5 stars each, they definitely deserved them.Todd (Reflections of a Book Addict)Originally Posted:

  • Wayne Walker
    2019-02-13 13:56

    Jordan Sandor is a CIA Agent in his late thirties who is on a mission to stop a Venezuelan drug-runner and terrorist Rafael Cabello, known as Adina. After crash-landing in the heart of the Venezuelan jungle and infiltrating Adina’s secret compound, he learns that in addition to cocaine Adina is also manufacturing anthrax. After he manages to escape, finding out what Adina’s plans are takes Jordan to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, and Adina’s co-worker, Russian mobster Roman (Ronny) Sudakov. Managing to foil an attempt on his life by Sudakov‘s men while on a diving expedition, Jordan flees Egypt and flies to Moscow to learn more about Sudakov and his activities but must survive still another plot to kill him. There even seems to be a leak that results in one of Jordan’s co-workers being killed. Will Jordan ever accomplish his mission? Can he even find out what Adina intends to do with the anthrax and where? Targets of Revenge is the third of author Jeffrey S. Stephens’s Jordan Sandor Series, after Targets of Deception and Targets of Opportunity. Not having read the first two, I felt somewhat as if I were stepping right into the middle of something. I will say that the politics in the book appears to be fairly conservative, and it is an interesting story with lots of suspense, but a great deal of killing occurs, although one almost expects that with this kind of book. However, I normally don’t read spy thriller novels because the vast majority of them are filled with scenes of sexual immorality and lots of foul language, but Targets of Revenge was sent to me by the publisher for review, so I read it. Unfortunately, this book is no exception to the norm. Of course, there are copious instances of drinking alcoholic beverages. Nearly every profanity, curse word, and vulgar term known to the English language, and perhaps a few other languages, are used. And the requisite examples of promiscuity are found. Early on in the book, Jordan meets up with an old friend on St. Barthelemy and mentions a mutual female acquaintance. The friend asks, “The one you spent the night with at Guanahani?” Jordan responds, “How indiscreet of you to mention that.” Then later on, in Sharm el-Sheikh an innocent and naive young New York model named Lilli Mindlovich, who is on vacation there, is sent by Sudakov to find Jordan in a bar and bring him to Sudakov’s yacht. Before they leave for the yacht, Jordan takes her to his hotel room where “They spent the next part of the next two hours exploring some of each other’s secrets—such as…a mutual affinity for long kisses, slow erotic movements, and each other. They finished creating a damp, tangled jigsaw puzzle of the sheets.” Not necessarily a pornographic description, but enough detail to let the reader know that fornication has been committed. After reading through Jordan’s little romp in bed with Lilli, I determined if there were any further sexual activity, I would quit reading. There was not, so I finished it, but the two mentioned were enough. I am not in the habit of recommending books that appear to glorify or glamorize immorality. When I received the book, I was hoping to be able to report about a nice, clean spy thriller novel that decent people could read without all the usual objectionable elements. Alas, I cannot.

  • Melissa
    2019-02-02 11:53

    This is actually the second book in the series, but I did think it was the 3rd. The first book, Targets of Deception was actually the prequel but reads like one of the books in the series. And as I read these in order, it really feels like the 3rd book as past events are mentioned in this book that happened in the prequel. In other words, I personally consider this the 3rd in the series for those that have to read in order. Those that take chances like me, don't have to worry and can read this as a stand alone.However, if you do read the other books you know why Jordan is seeking revenge and why he is out to assassinate Adina, the all around evil guy. As he nears his target, new information comes to light and Jordan abandons his attempt to solve a new puzzle Adina has given him unwittingly. Now it's up to Sandor and his colleagues to unravel what has happened and what is going to happen. A lot of innocent lives depend on his success.This book is full of political intrigue as much as the others. The twists in this puzzle keep you on your toes and trying to figure out if you can stay a step ahead of someone who always has a contingency plan. In fact, for most of the book, you think it may not be possible because as soon as you discover one part of the plan, it changes.Jordan is also a likable character, and he seems to genuinely care for the innocents that get caught in the crossfire. This helps humanize a almost indestructible character, but I admit I would like a bit more. I would actually love to see him be a bit vulnerable. Perhaps he meets a woman of intelligence and falls hard for her. Doesn't even have to be a romance, but perhaps a child from one of his one night stands and even if he can't be a true father, perhaps he just wants to make sure the child is well taken care of and loved. Just something to bring him further down to earth. That usually makes the harrowing parts a bit more harrowing. Especially if there is something major to be lost. Of course this also makes me want to throw the book... but in a good way. LOL His friends do give him some vulnerability, but that would just push it over the edge.I give this twisty book 4 stars. If you like political thrillers, or good spy stories, do pick up this whole series. I don't think you'd be disappointed.

  • Suspense Magazine
    2019-02-18 16:35

    Targets of RevengeBy Jeffrey S. StephensLoose cannon CIA agent Jordan Sandor returns in “Targets of Revenge,” following up on “Targets of Deception” and “Targets of Opportunity.” Sandor has a lead on criminal mastermind Adina who (in the previous book) was behind the deaths of hundreds of people including Sandor’s best friend and fellow operative, Zimmerman. Under orders not to pursue the operation, Sandor of course does so anyway, piloting a glider into Venezuela under cover of darkness to infiltrate Adina’s secret compound. Here he discovers evidence that changes everything—instead of simply assassinating the brutal Adina, he first needs to stop a new terrorist plot that could kill thousands. This sets in motion a globe-trotting adventure with such locations as the French West Indies, Egypt, Israel, Moscow, and Mexico, often involving Sandor leaving behind a trail of corpses.“Targets of Revenge” is like a big summer action movie. There are last-second escapes, plot twists, and double crosses that keep the plot moving quickly. It’s all a lot of fun as long as you don’t think about it too much. There are all the usual elements of the genre: Sandor wisecracks with his long-suffering boss, goes into unwinnable situations but always comes out on top, and plans meticulously but then has to improvise when everything inevitably goes south. He simply does whatever he wants—bosses, regulations, and laws carry no weight with him when he’s doing what he knows is right. Everyone begrudgingly goes along with him because he gets results and stops the bad guys; he’s the CIA version of Dirty Harry.It has the general atmosphere of a Roger Moore Bond film, where things are so outlandish even the secret agent can’t take it seriously. This works for the most part, and the light tone and rapid pace help the reader suspend disbelief. Occasionally the story flow is marred by political rants masquerading as plot development, but these lectures are kept to a minimum. Overall, Stephens does his homework, taking the time to get nice local details for the wide-ranging locations and to develop interesting secondary characters. Anyone who has enjoyed the first two will want to read Sandor’s latest adventure.Reviewed by Scott Pearson, author of “Star Trek: Honor in the Night,” for Suspense Magazine

  • Georgianna Simpson
    2019-02-17 15:28

    Targets of Revenge – Review by Georgianna SimpsonCalling all fans of 24 and espionage everywhere – meet Jordan Sandor! This is a wonderfully complex and often compelling story of intrigue and danger. It’s masterfully written by Jeffrey S. Stephens.Mr. Stephens via Jordan takes us on an exciting journey to many ports of call from the US to Venezuela, Mexico, Egypt, and Russia. Using his extremely proficient skills of intelligence, martial arts, and deadly weapon expertise he begins a rogue mission of revenge in the jungle and turns it into a department uniting venture in anti-terrorism and anti-drug smuggling.Taking us deep into the world of espionage we see how our world has changed and how issues develop around the globe. His insights into national defense problems and the political posturing that goes with our government are astute and right on target. Handling these sensitive issues with finesse makes this thriller a really complex story adding to the great plot.As I mentioned earlier, this is masterfully written which makes it just a little too real and more than a little scary! The intricate plan of a super villain, to create a horrible disaster in the US using anthrax powder and explosives, is so exciting and well thought out I can only hope we have a Jordan Sandor keeping watch over us for real! Working so hard to find the path of this villain and uncover his very intricate plans is amazing, not to mention life threatening. The way Jordan does this makes my head spin! Of course a few night with Jordan could make any girls head spin!We even get a glimpse of his softer nature as he tries and fails to save a lovely young girl from a horrible death at the hands of a ruthless Russian drug lord. He vows revenge for her innocent life and he is a man of his word! Sorry, I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone…For all adventure and danger junkies…Targets of Revenge is a must read! I highly recommend this book and this series!

  • Star
    2019-02-08 13:31

    ‘Targets of Revenge’ is the first novel I’ve read featuring CIA Agent Jordan Sandor. Starting at the third book in the series is definitely not the best choice if you are looking to read this series. I felt quite a bit lost throughout the whole book. We first meet Sandor hatching a plan to go after and neutralize Adina, a criminal responsible for the deaths of many people. While he’s breached Adina’s compound in Venezuela, he finds not only a lab for the processing and distribution of cocaine, but additionally a bio-weapon which could cripple the US. Sandor follows the money from Venezuela to Egypt, Russia, Mexico, and back to the US. There are even more enemies, both foreign and domestic, than Sandor had realized and he is running against the clock to put an end to this elaborate scheme and finally exact his revenge. Sandor is a loose cannon, barely following the orders of his bosses, and operating in places where his agency is not allowed. Incongruent with the “typical” CIA agent, Sandor seems to be heavily ruled by his emotions and wants to act without thinking through his options fully. ‘Targets of Revenge’ features a lot of action and intrigue, but very little character building/growth. If you’re interested in this series, definitely start with book one. Jordan Sandor Series: Targets of Deception, Targets of Opportunity, Targets of Revenge

  • Cocktails and Books
    2019-01-26 16:56

    There is no way it’s possible to write a better book the third time around, right? WRONG! This series is, without a doubt, epically amazing. I am absolutely floored and left reeling from such an intensely dangerous and scary adventure with CIA agent Jordan Sandor. His need for revenge takes him on a wild goose chase across the globe as he tries to track down a powerful villain who takes innocent lives without a second thought. Determined to catch the monster that has killed someone close to him, Jordan works diligently and against all odds to pay his revenge and to also protect his country from terrorists and their biological weapons of destruction.Yet another thrill ride, Stephens has outdone himself with Jordan and his supporting cast of characters. Their adventures are beyond words, made all the more intense by the idea that these are real people, doing so many of these very same things each and every day. It leaves you with a deep appreciation and better understanding of those who serve our country.Seriously, if you’re looking for an amazing mystery/thriller series to dive in to, this one is an absolute must read. I promise, you won’t be disappointed!

  • My Book Addiction and More MBA
    2019-02-11 11:51

    TARGETS OF REVENGE by Jeffrey S. Stephens is an heart pumping thriller. #3 in "A Jordan Sandor Thriller",but can be read as a stand alone. See,"Targets of Deception" and "Targets of Opportunity". A high octane thriller from beginning to the very last page. Follow,CIA Agent Jordan Sandor on another high adventure. Filled with revenge,secret operations,a foreign country, Venezuelan jungle,terrorist,Egypt,Moscow,betrayal,and of course Country, for Country comes first at all cost. A fast paced,action packed thriller. Any reader who enjoys thrillers,suspense,action,adventure, will enjoy "Targets of Revenge". Not only a great read but also a story that could possibly be happening in the world today. Written with vivid descriptions,believable,and realistic characters. Mr. Stephens is a wonderful storyteller. Received for an honest review from the publisher.RATING: 4.5HEAT RATING: MILDREVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Addiction Reviews

  • Greg Destro
    2019-02-11 13:50

    Targets of Revenge is a very satisfying follow-up to the first two books in the Jordan Sandor series, providing good excitement, intrigue, and suspense. The story was again well written, gripping and fast-paced; an enjoyable read for fans of this genre.That being said, the reason why I did not give this book 5 stars was due to the author's penchant for political grandstanding. While Mr. Stephens certainly has the right to his opinions, much of what was stated could easily be construed as rascist and offensive, and had no place in this book. Although this issue was quite limited, and I understand his purpose in attempting to illustrate his characters feelings and reasons for their actions, there are certainly other ways of making these points in a non-objectionable manner.I will most definitely consider further work by Mr. Stephens, but he would do well to avoid this type of commentary if he is to continue to maintain a readership following.

  • Cheryl D
    2019-02-15 15:46

    * Disclosure-I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway*This is one of those cases that Goodreads needs 1/2 stars because the book while deserving more than three stars should get less than four. While the writing is at times stilted the plot is believable and informative. Stephens does a good job of describing place and makes you feel as if you are right there with the characters. The trouble with the main character, Sandor, is that he has no depth...he is just a killer. The attempt at the end of the book to make him appear human/caring by visiting Lilli's apartment falls short and feels contrived as if the author is making a last ditch attempt to make his character likable. If you like a fast-paced book that takes you around the world with bad-ass bad guys/heroes then you will probably enjoy this book.

  • Debi
    2019-02-19 12:37

    I won this book from Goodreads-First reads. In this book Jordan Sandor is out for revenge.... He is a CIA agent who does things his way. It is a fast passed read, I read it in only two days, but I've been crazy busy just got a chance to write my review. I consider this to be a spy thriller with a very impulsive CIA agent who is a risk taker, doing what he thinks is right even when specifically ordered not to...he is kinda a bad ass CIA agent, with some twists and turns along the way. I enjoyed this fast paced read.The only bad thing about this book, is that it is the third or fourth book and I read this as a stand alone book. I seemed to missing some information which I think would have made this an even better read for me if I had read the previous books. That being said I did enjoy Jeffery Stephens writing style....

  • Dan
    2019-01-24 18:30

    CIA Agent Jordan Sander is out for revenge and is hell bent on killing Rafael Cabello aka Adina, a terrorist that has killed American soldiers and is planning on creating more havoc. Not sanctioned, Sandor goes to Venezuela to seek his revenge, but instead finds a drug making installation hidden in the woods that is also secretly making anthrax. Instead of seeking his revenge, he wants to find out Adina’s plot to use this anthrax. Not only does he have to deal with Adina and his cronies; he also has to deal with his bosses.Stephens has written a faced-paced spy thriller that is a real page turner. It is filled with lots of action, exotic locals and great characters. Forget James Bond and Jason Bourne, Jordan Sander is one hell of a protagonist!

  • Peter Charleston
    2019-02-20 17:35

    Truly enjoyable reading adventure. Mr. Jeffrey S. Stephens takes us into an intriguing tale about drugs, terrorists and traitors. Employed by the CIA Jordan Sandor seeks some revenge on a drug lord in Central America. During the retribution he discovers something sinister and regroups to decide what options are available. The continual action throughout the chapters takes you to Europe and back to the United States. A special thanks to Mr. Stephens for this nice work work of fiction, Pocket Books and Goodreads for providing me the opportunity to read and review this book.

  • Lorri
    2019-01-27 18:34

    I wasn't sure if I would be able to get into this book or not. I'm glad I opened the cover because it was an interesting read that was full of action! Sandor is on a mission to get Adina, especially after he finds out that he is making Anthrax. He gets into some pretty impossible situations along the way, but has the help of friends.This post was written for the sponsor who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions.

  • Dave Moyer
    2019-02-09 17:45

    This book has a few highlights but does not carry itself for 440 pages. Why every modern novel needs to be this long to be published when The Great Gatsby was originally under 200 pages and The Sun Also Rises around 250 in most editions is beyond me. The author tries to do too much, and it just doesn't work.

  • Phil
    2019-02-05 14:50

    Like this author

  • Samuel
    2019-02-02 19:39

    kinda like the sarcastic exchanges betw Sandor and Brynes encountered from time to time in this series of novels..

  • Dan Dobler
    2019-01-23 12:41

    Great story!I really like this character! I also really enjoyed the well thought out plot and geographical setting. This author has a great talent and I'm hooked.

  • Tulara
    2019-02-09 15:49

    Politics was on the wrong side for me. Good action though.

  • BeaCharmed
    2019-02-07 16:45

    AAAAARRRRGH! The "hero" was as bad as the so-called villain and story was entirely too simplistic. HATE HATE HATE. I'll put up a more coherent review later.