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  • Warriors

    Ted Bell mailed this one in.

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  • Warriors

    Ted Bell's best Alex Hawke book to date. Most discriptive, and detailed of all previous novels. Sure to be another Best Seller!

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  • Warriors

    Awesome, can't wait for the next one.

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  • Below par

    A bit too gung ho for me. You're supposed to suspend disbelief. This was just plainly unbelievable. Not his best by a long shot.

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  • Decent read, but a little too far from reality

    Again, Ted Bell has come up with another good storyline, however. It seemed like he was reaching a bit on this one. I'm not sure if he was trying to appeal to a different audience, but I prefer my spy/military/political.. etc thrillers to be more realistic. It's ok to border the line of insanity and disbelief, but he plows right through it in this novel. Tech, what Alex is able to accomplish/survive, some maneuvers made by ships, I could go on...but in my opinion I would prefer if Ted Bell brought Alex back down to the real world and live and do things that are actually possible...like I said, it can be fun to read the character bordering on that line of impossibility. But when it seems like the line is non existant...the novel begins to become more fantasy and less of what I believe most of us are looking for in this type of series. I.e. Mitch Rapp, Scot Harvath, Pike Logan, Dewey Andread, & Gabriel Allon, to name some of my favorite.

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