[Reading] ➶ Use of Force (Scot Harvath, #16) By Brad Thor – Writerscompany.co.uk

Use of Force (Scot Harvath, #16) As A Storm Rages Across The Mediterranean Sea, A Terrifying Distress Call Is Made To The Italian Coast Guard Days Later, A Body Washes Ashore.Identified As A High Value Terrorism Suspect Who Had Disappeared Three Years Prior , His Name Sends Panic Through The Central Intelligence Agency.Where Was He Headed What Was He Planning And Could He Be Connected To The Spectacular Attack They Have Been Fearing All Summer In A Race Against Time, The CIA Taps An Unorthodox Source To Get Answers Navy SEAL Turned Covert Counterterrorism Operative, Scot Harvath.Hired On A Black Contract, Harvath Will Provide The Deniability The United States Needs, While He Breaks Every Rule Along The Way.Packed With Pulse Pounding Action, Fascinating Characters, And Electrifying Intrigue, Brad Thor Does It Again And Proves Why He Is Known Around The World As The Master Of Thrillers Wowfinished late last night, could NOT put it down Will review shortly Our favourite counterterrorism operator is Back Scott Havarth returns in a thrilling story involving ISIS, with terrorism in acts all around the world This book kept me up all night, the realism with which Thor writes is amazing, I could feel myself right beside our hero as he attempts to stop a serious event I am very excited about things happening in the covert agency he used to work for, as from what happens at th Wowfinished late last night, could NOT put it down Will review shortly Our favourite counterterrorism operator is Back Scott Havarth returns in a thrilling story involving ISIS, with terrorism in acts all around the world This book kept me up all night, the realism with which Thor writes is amazing, I could feel myself right beside our hero as he attempts to stop a serious event I am very excited ab Every time the author churns out a new Scot Harvath thriller, I have second thoughts about reading it That s because settings in hot, dirty, far off countries where war and strife are facts of daily life really don t have much appeal to me Then too, I know I ll be subjected to a dose or two sometimes hefty of the author s opinions about what the United States ought to be doing about it with which sometimes I agree butoften don t.But every single time, all that fades into the backgr Every time the author churns out a new Scot Harvath thriller, I have second thoughts about reading it That s because settings in hot, dirty, far off countries where war and strife are facts of daily life really don t have much appeal to me Then too, I know I ll be subjected to a dose or two sometimes hefty of the author s opinions about what the United States ought to be doing about it with which sometimes I agree butoften don t.But every single time, all that fades into the background once I start reading and I ve been reading for quite some time according to , this is the 17th book featuring Harvath, now a covert counterterrorism operative who does a lot of work for a private company and its aging owner and Harvath s mentor, Reed Carleton As this one starts, Harvath has left the love of his life in Boston and is chasing a suspected suicide bomber which turns out to be three at the Burning Man Festival.It is also learned that a man thought to be up to his Bunsen burners in I hate to disappoint author Brad Thor and his agent who feel this may be his best work, but I disagree If I hear the word, Murphy, onetime in this story, I will go ballistic Can you say, irritating I knew you could On I actually won an ARC of this book in Brad Thor s monthly drawing.Scot Harvath is back A terrorist from Tajikistan has a plan, and Scot has to figure out what it is, and stop it Meanwhile, there s some backroom shenanigans going on in the corridors of po Read this review andat www.TheRealBookSpy.com Following last year s Foreign Agent, Brad Thor brings back Scot Harvath, the legendary counterterrorism operative, for his most action packed novel to date When a raging storm rocks the Mediterranean Sea, a small vessel is forced to make a distress call to the Italian Coast Guard, blowing the cover on a smuggling operation in the process Meanwhile, Scot Harvath, who is now splitting his time between Boston and Washinton, D.C., heads up an ope Read this review andat www.TheRealBookSpy.com Following last year s Foreign Agent, Brad Thor brings back Scot Harvath, the legendary counterterrorism operative, for his most action packed novel to date When a raging storm rocks the Mediterranean Sea, a small vessel is forced to make a distress call to the Italian Coast Guard, blowing the Disappointing EndingAnother wonderful Brad Thor book, but the end was clunky and disappointing It ended way too quickly when it seemed like the story should have continued a fewchapters. As usual, non stop action, with no regard for laws After stopping most of a terrorist attack on U.S spoil, Scot is sent to exfiltrate an ISIS operative in Libya, when things go wrong and the bad guys almost win Meanwhile, ISIS continues to mount escalating attacks in Europe, with rising death tolls There is also treachery going on in Washington D.C in the ranks of the CIA, forcing the intervention of Nicholas and the Carleton Group Scot backtracks the Libyan terrorist to his contacts in Si As usual, non stop action, with no regard for laws After stopping most of a I enjoy reading Brad Thor s political thrillers But I didn t enjoy this one.Scott Harvath is the featured protagonist, and is a dynamic, well developed character However, the other characters are NOT well developed At all Therein lies one of the problems in Mr Thor s newest installment There are too many way too many characters A cast of characters page would have been helpful My keeping a log of WHO did WHAT to WHOM and WHERE would have been helpful I didn t connect with the characte I enjoy reading Brad Thor s political thrillers But I didn t enjoy this one.Scott Harvath is the featured protagonist, and is a dynamic, well developed character However, the other characters are NOT well developed At all Therein lies one of the problems in Mr Thor s newest installment There are too many way too many characters A cast of characters page would have been helpful My keeping a log of WHO did WHAT to WHOM and WHERE would have been helpful I didn t connect with the characters at all Even the good guys are not engaging The pacing is slow and problematic as well I became bored and could easily put the book down And did The storyline is complex, which is a good indicator of a good plot, but its complexity became convoluted and confusing Too many actors with too many threads happening in too The book was a run of the mill adventure where you can lose yourself There was nothing special about it that rang through my mind as I was reading it and wanted to make a note to pass on to my reading friends.If you want to just lose yourself in a search for suicide bombers whom I just call murderers , this is a good book to read Some things don t add up but then again, this is not a math book Read and enjoy You don t really need to read all the other books before to understand this on


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