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2) Any course language present : Nothing all that harsh
3) Type of book : Good for people who enjoy elements of suspense, adventure and a mystery that spans the globe
4) Formatting/Editing : Well-written with few errors
5) Best/Worst aspect of book : Had an intriguing plot with several twists and turns that moved the story line along at a brisk place, narration was good and I enjoyed the detailed descriptions. Some might find the action to be over the top at times tho I liked it.
6) Favorite passage : "The world will not be safer if we stand by and do nothing."
7) Bottom-line : Very good book and more than ready for the next installment!
"Tears of God," the seventh in an 8-book series known as The Blackwell Files, takes you on a scary ride from Washington D.C. to Afghanistan where you’ll be forced to take a detour that’ll land you in the remote northern Australian town of Alice Springs. Rich in detail, it has a simple and efficient narrative voice and a cogent, spellbinding plot. On many occasions during the ride, you’ll hesitate to turn the page... but at the end, you’ll be glad it’s a work of fiction. Still, you’ll learn a vital lesson about trust and you’ll realize that sometimes a traitor isn’t as distant a figure as you might imagine.
An excellent thriller.
the book could have used a more fine toothed comb approach on its final editing pass, but there wasn't anything that completely yanked me out of the story.