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    The Treadstone Resurrection by Joshua Hood What if you had worked for Uncle Sam for years, been a lethal human weapon and finally decided to return to normal live to spend time with your family? What if the life you had lead in the military had made it difficult to be as you once were but you were doing everything in your power to return to a simpler more loving life with wife and son and then one day it all fell apart and every skill you had put behind you was suddenly required again? That happened ot Adam Hayes in this first book of a new series based on the training ground Bourne went through in the trilogy about him written long ago. Having read the trilogy I was interested to see what a spin-off book might be like written by a man with military skills in his arsenal and set in the present. And, I am glad I read this book though sometimes for some reason it reminded me of the movies Expendables and A-Team. It is my opinion that when reading fiction one sometimes has to leave reality, believability and plausibility behind and just enjoy the ride and not dissect whether or not one man could realistically do all that Hayes did. What I liked: * Adam Hayes: He seemed like a good man who had been given a raw deal. I would love for him to have a nice safe life with his wife and son but it seems highly unlikely in the series this book introduces * Deano & his wife: wonderful people that were good friends to Adam * The introduction of Waters and JT – they might show up in future books in the series * Some of the people introduced that played parts in the story: Boggs, Ford, Izzy, Shaw * That good prevailed over evil * The action scenes were believable * That when the book ended I wondered what would happen next What I wanted to know * How Hayes get all of the gear to Venezuela when he parachuted in * How many others from Treadstone might be around to show up in future books * More of Hayes’s backstory What I didn’t like: * The bad guys I was meant not to like Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Yes Thank you to Head of Zeus for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars

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