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The Bad: Simply put I hate Oscar Britton as the lead character.
Control point was a great book to read and you could tell Myke Cole has first hand knowledge into military life and he uses that beautifully in this book.
It has a great story line, excellent character development, and full of action--lots and lots of action.
Gripping story. I like the character development. Couldn't put my kindle down. Can't wait to continue the next book in the series.Published 27 days ago by Charles Stewart
I love the concept of people with special powers. What i hate is the main character, Britton. I dont understand/sympathize with him at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lloyd
This book is touted as X-Men meets Blackhawk Down, and I'd say that's a fair description. Shadow Ops is a military sci-fi story set in a world where magic essentially means... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John M. Vizcarra
This book was a bit of a surprise to me. I had originally picked it up mainly because I saw the author 'hung out' with several authors I had read and enjoyed, on social media. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Control Point (2012) is the First Fantasy novel in the Shadow Ops series. The world has learned that magic exists. Anyone who exhibits the symptoms of magic is called a Latent. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arthur W. Jordin
SPOILER FREE REVIEW --- Saw the cover and was hooked by the blurb "X-Men meets Blackhawk down." The premise of the book are awesome and I like the world building so this... Read morePublished 2 months ago by amnightus
Couldn't put it down! Pages flew by and kept me entrenched in the book. Interesting story line. Magic is real!Published 3 months ago by Robert
I usually like books about powered characters. I have read comic books all my life and supers are part of me, but this one just didn't deliver for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by WelpeWL
This is a great read. I was blown away by the world-building. More than just believable, the world insinuated itself into the story as a fully realized character.Published 3 months ago by Jere M. Foley II