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Warriors: An Alex Hawke Novel (Alex Hawke Novels) Hardcover – April 1, 2014
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“Alex Hawke is the new James Bond. Ted Bell is the new Clive Cussler.” (James Patterson)
“A secret agent who takes you into the danger zone with a ballsy wit that had me hooked.” (Vince Flynn, bestselling author of The Last Man)
“Ted Bell puts a capital A in adventure.” (Madison County Herald)
“Bell knows how to build a plot that moves at breakneck speed.” (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
“China seeks to rule the world in bestseller Bell’s entertaining eighth novel featuring MI6 super-agent Alex Hawke . . . this is a thrilling ride.” (Publishers Weekly)
“The sheer scope of this high-concept thriller, and the well-placed shocks throughout, make it Bell’s best effort to date. A perfect tale for fans of plot-driven action-adventure and, especially, for the Cussler crowd.” (Booklist)
“Near the end, a villain exclaims, ‘Then bring me the head of Alexander Hawke!’ Really, there’s no need. When we finish enjoying Warriors, just bring us Hawke’s next lively adventure.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“Warriors, [is] impossible to put down. . . . It’s really expansive, great reading. If you like spy, espionage, mystery-thriller stuff, you cannot get a better book.” (Rush Limbaugh)
Top Customer Reviews
I've read the whole series & though the Anglophile stuff (sorry) is a bit much sometimes there was always a good cohesive story at the core. I was excited to take this on a long business trip
& prepared to be well distracted during long flights. Instead I struggled through as I had nothing else with me!
I don't remember the other books being this condescending. A reminder of the characters & their back story is needed & appreciated but only from book to book not chapter to chapter, we're not that dim!
It's also very disjointed - it reads like several people wrote different chapters without much collaboration or editing to bring it together.
When he has to bail out of his plane, winds up in the middle of the freezing ocean for hours, escapes sharks, conveniently gets picked up from said ocean, beaten by the enemy but escapes by waltzing out of his cell (with a concussion and snapped tendon or two in his leg!), smacks the heads of his captors together and they conveniently die (OMG REALLY? one smack?), then he dresses in a Chinese uniform, walks back up 8 flights of stairs (don't forget the tendon, ribs, and concussion), pretends to be a pilot, and steals one of their planes, all in one day! the ratio of enjoyment to eye-rolling was too low.
The writing is incredibly bad:
"The initial interrogation about the Chinese aircraft carrier was short but brutal. Hawke gave up nothing, and he had gotten out of it with little more than a severely wounded left knee, a few broken ribs, a black eye, three broken fingers, and a concussion. The leg was the worst. Two gorillas had tried to break it by pulling it backward. The attempt failed, but they'd managed to snap a tendon or two. He could walk, but not far." Well, I'd say the Chinese were pretty lame if that's all they did!
"When they got bored with him, they told him he'd never leave the ship alive, then locked him up inside a stinking crew cabin in the bowels of the bilge with room for little more than a crappy bunk bed." Ooh those MEANIES!
"He now lay on the top berth thinking very seriously about how the hell to escape before those bastards came for him again. Tortured and killed him.Read more ›
I think Bell needs to retire Hawke. He phoned this one in.
Take the advice of this twice-published author ('Lynn's Story' and 'Views from Sandhausen’), and continue (or begin) your friendship with Sir. Alex Hawke. http://amzn.to/14vcPlN It will be the best thing that you can do for yourself, as we begin this summer reading season. Cliff Feightner.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ted Bell has taken the British Warrior to another level with this masterpiece series of books in this set. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph Squillace
not his best work, the ending was a bit a abrupt, like he ran out of time to finish it.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
One of the worst spy/thrillers I have ever read. Reads like its written by a middle schooler. Characters are so stereotypical that they are less than one-dimensional. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jack
This Ted Bell book was a good as any of the others I have read. Easy to to get into and hard to put down once you have started it. I always enjoy picking up an Alex Hawke Novel. Read morePublished 4 months ago by skip
I've always loved and reread almost every book he's written. But for some reason he felt it was necessary to add graphic porn and very base language to certain scenarios. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Firebrandrand
Great story line and not that far fetched. Realistic story of extreme possibilities. Another fine Alex Hawke novel. Can't wait for the next one.Published 5 months ago by Ted Hunt
Very detailed in building the story but the endings seem to pass too quickly with less detailPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer