- File Size: 2735 KB
- Print Length: 118 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 24, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IN9HQCK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,710 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Taken! - Like Bond, Only Better (A Taken! Novel Book 12) Kindle Edition
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This is a great series and well worth a read (or 20). Remember, start at the beginning!!!!
Our hero calls Lawson who asks if it is a blonde man with an English accent and when described, is informed it is a American agent and then he gives him his location to find that two cars are after him. The flash drive is on a chain and the locator cannot be disabled. The hero has to get away, sort the good guys from the bad, and then get home to Jessica who is due any day with twins. The other plot line concerns Betty, the woman who he thought was his Mom and his sister. His mom had an accident and is diagnosed with a heart problem involving a serious operation. I was glad to see that he is finally getting some well deserved pats on the back. Samantha Ryan is back getting her first therapy session. Then all hell breaks loose again. The action was ramped up, we receive more information on our hero's past and we hold our breath to hope that everything is settled before the babies come.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE MR. WELLS: He, she or it lay down not lied. If he was singing solo a German song with a piano to accompany him, lied would be correct While the no name device is a good one, the reviewer who stated that using he or him is confusing is right. I am used to the way you write and I still frequently have to go back several pages and count paragraphs to see who was talking.
I do have a suggestion as regards to Jessica's husband. The author tries so well not to mention His name that the author uses He, Him, and His a lot. I wish that these pronouns had, for Him, at least been capitalised because sometimes I had to go back to read a paragraph to be clear who was "he" in the sentence. Sometimes it was NOT Jessica's husband, and that tended to mess up the continuity of the chapter for me.
I will read Taken! 50 but only after Taken! 51 comes out because I read other reviews that hinted at something VERY BAD that happens in Taken! 50.
Since I haven't referred to it yet this is an action series with lots of graphic ass kicking.
Fantastic writing style with excellent suspense. can't wait for book 50... Definitely recommend this series.