- File Size: 5390 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: JBD Entertainment, LLC; 1 edition (January 24, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 24, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0071FNZD6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,050 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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They appreciate the effort, you have all the right ingredients and they want to encourage you to continue, so they lied.
Whoever proofed and/or edited for this author did no favors by allowing the many plot holes and loose ends to slip by without notice. Creative criticisms are not a bad thing and they can help a talented individual become even better. Sometimes you can't see what's right in front of you, and an associate should have no problem saying "So...what about this?"
That said, great premise to the story, good characters and what looks to be a promising future for this author!
I'll certainly read book two and hope for the best.
I have read and enjoyed all the books from the Corps Justice Series. And… I keep coming back to reread Back to War, the first book in the series. This novel is great! I love the intensity of Cal Stokes. His bravery and loyalty are meaningful and even, inspiring. Back to War is an exciting thriller filled with action. Marine Cal Stokes comes home from war only to find another kind of enemy that transforms his life. He battles this evil, often outside of the law, but always with a strong moral compass. Author C.G.Cooper is a phenomenal writer who knows how to put a story together. His characters are unforgettable. His storylines are compelling. The Corps Justice Series is by far the most entertaining on the market today. Back to War is the novel that started it all. I highly recommend C.G.Cooper's Back to War and the Corps Justice Series.
Even with that, I loved the premise of the story and am looking forward to reading the series.
Overall the book has great reviews which it deserves but reading most the bad reviews, I feel that they are people looking for some super sophisticated 2000-page book…. This isn’t that book.
If you’re a veteran or someone interested in the military, buy the book or read it for free on amazon and you won’t be disappointed!
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The series name "Corps Justice" refers to the Marine Corps ethos that has been carried over into a security organisation set up by a retired Marine Colonel. The central character is Cal, the Colonel's son, another marine used to fighting against the odds - a hero, but by no means invulnerable or infallible.It's interesting to see his character develop and to learn more of his background.
There were a couple of eccentricities of layout (at least in the Kindle edition) - the first paragraph of each chapter was double spaced; and dialogue was presented as in a dramatic script - with the character's surname in bold caps, followed by the dialogue. I didn't much care for these oddities, as I found them mildly distracting - but not enough of a distraction to stop me reading. I'm glad to say subsequent books have a conventional layout.
It did not come together as a script for a book which is a pity as with a few tweaks and a little proofreading I would have given it at least a 4 star rating. I would hope the next books in the series are better but I suspect they are also written like film scripts and I suspect that is what the author does- work with film scripts on a daily basis. It could have been a groundbreaking series - sadly it missed a lot of background information on the marine corps which the company seems to base its 'moral values' which would have improved the style of the book.
I look forward to continuing this journey
Wonderful characters and a interesting perspective on security/ military service.
Can't wait to get the next in the series!
Can't wait for the next one.
Once I stopped taking notice of the highlighted names and just read the book it was fine and a good story line.
I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
Long, rambling life histories of the characters.
Also could not get along with this 'film script' type dialogue.
Very little action and the outcome of the story was inevitable.