- File Size: 1673 KB
- Print Length: 317 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 8, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01I79L56S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #601 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lone Wolf - An Action Thriller Novel (A Noah Wolf Novel, Thriller, Action, Mystery Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Once the team agrees that the mission was "too easy," they set about learning who set them up and why. The team travels back to Russia to eliminate Nicolaich Andropov, the Russian counterpart of their boss, Allison Peterson. They are chasing a "ghost" as there are no pictures of him & very little intelligence information to go on...
Since Noah murdered his son during the rescue mission to retrieve President Habib's daughter (Camelot's mission was to rescue the daughter and eliminate those responsible for her kidnapping), he decides to use himself as bait to draw Andropov out. Can the team pull this mission off and get out of Russia without being caught?
I know a lot of people complained that the first book in this series was just too unbelievable because the reader has made Noah Wolf in to a "super soldier", almost indestructible, one without feelings or a conscious (a type of PTSD left over from an event he witnessed when he was a small child). To them, I would say, it's not meant to be non-fiction, it's fiction, so just go with the flow -- it's meant to be entertaining and fun to read...
There were a few errors in this book, mostly minor ones that I was able to overlook. I took away one star for this review because of one glaring mistake: when the team was being set up with their new identities, homes and vehicles in the first book (Code Name: Camelot). Neil was given a Hummer SUV. There was a description of the vehicle as being the only red Hummer they had ever seen -- in this book, the Hummer is yellow! This glaring oversight makes it feel like the author couldn't be bothered with the continuity of his own series (there was a continuity problem in the Sam Prichard series by Mr. Archer, as well -- the spelling of a name throughout the series) -- it's a pretty big mistake and one that would have been easily corrected by a proofreader...
That being said, I still give the book a 4-star rating as it was a good, fast-paced piece of non-fiction that kept me turning the pages into the early morning hours! Try the Noah Wolfe series.
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