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  • The Lions of Lucerne

    Solid book and writing skills keep you turning pages, well done Brad.

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  • Solid

    Though some of the twists were pretty much telegraphed the story was written in a way to drop you right in the middle of the action. First Thor book but not my last.

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  • Rollercoaster

    What a ride. Never a dull moment!

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  • Liked it a lot

    at first, cant believe the luck that Harvath is going through but the twists and turns of the story is very well written. I will highly recommend this to readers who l ikes conspiracy theories and action /adventures at the same time

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  • Mediocre at best

    I had trouble keeping , my attention on this book and I feel like I had to slog my way though it. The main characters make what seem like a lot of questionable, if not outright stupid, decisions. Some of those choices don't mame sense. Some of the dialog seems forced or out of place. I like characters I can relate to or empathize with and Scot Harvath is not one of them. This is my first time reading one of Brad Thor's books and I started in written order. I'm hoping Thor's writing improves or the next one will likely be the last one.

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