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I was found myself rooting for the main character, I liked how he worried about his dog & how all he wanted to do was survive.
I am anxiously waiting to see what the author comes up with for his next novel.
Who would want to kidnap him? Why? An ex-Army mechanic who was deployed in the Middle East, Francisco has experience with HVAC systems and of course, with weapons. This experience serves him well as he must use his wits to outmaneuver his captors and take out a crew of some 40 men plus the mercenaries who kidnapped him.
This is Malcolm Pierce’s first hardcore adventure thriller; he has written a series of novels under another name. He takes the action to a rough, dangerous, deadly level in Blood Passage. For Francisco, a man who swears he has done nothing to deserve his imprisonment, this situation is a matter of life or death. How far will he go to survive?
There is foul language, and there are a number of very graphic violent scenes, which may not be for everyone. I did not find the language excessive, however, and the killing was essential to the plot. One gory scene would have had me covering my eyes had it been a movie though.
I like Francisco. He is extremely intelligent and innovative. Despite having to kill in order to avoid being killed, he does not kill recklessly. Moreover, he constantly fears the worst about his dog Danny back home.
The bad guys, especially Jett, are mean to the core. Stereotyped, but that seemed acceptable in a book like this. Rima, the captain’s daughter, breaks the custom of the being the agreeable Middle Eastern female, however. Outwardly, she appears to comply with her father’s wishes, but does she have some surprises in store for him?
Blood Passage is not the kind of book I normally read, but I readily admit that I quite enjoyed it. The pages flew by, as I couldn’t wait to see if Francisco would get himself out of this mess. And the reason for the kidnapping? Not what I expected! Mr. Pierce, this exciting book would make a great movie!
I wish to thank Mr. Malcolm Pierce for providing me with a copy of his book in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.