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It was a little slow in the beginning where a more violent opening may have helped to get the story going quicker. But as things progressed it really shaped up to be a fast-paced and action-packed thriller. The well researched historical facts Mayer wove into the story added extra richness to the mix.
The main protagonist, Ducharme, was growing on me into a Jack Reacher crossed with Robert Langdon (Da Vinci Code). The author, Bob Mayer, had life experience as a Green Beret so all the army detail and characterization of Ducharme had a ring of truth about it. To be honest I wish there was more of the army detail and Ducharme had grabbed the mantle of main character more than was portrayed. I thought the story became diluted by having many lengthy flash backs (from who’s point of view we don’t know) which may have been better told in direct speech. It’s a shame because Ducharme could have easily been the next Reacher.
This is a solid 4 stars, I enjoyed the history and mysteries. I think it was much better than The Lost Symbol and if you enjoyed the Da Vinci Code you’ll enjoy this book. (Although it fell short of the Da Vinci Code due to the reasons stated above).
Super page turner that gets one thinking about whats happening in America today.
Jefferson was one intelligent man with the insight to try and think of everthing. Was he perfect?? Hell no but he was on the money with his thought for the future.
Ducharme, Kincannon, Burns and Tolliver deliver. Hero's?? Yup. But not your average heros.
These guys do some heavy duty thinking and are more than capable when its time for action.
The heavies were way heavy and deserving of their fates. Especially "Missy."
Well written by a guy who knows his shit.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action and intelligence.
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1. I wish I could tell what is real history and what is Mayer's fiction. He is that good at weaving the two together.