I feel I’ve done my penance for the year
Thor's Harvath books have become bogged down in themselves. Having read all of them to this point, I was hopeful that Backlash had sparked a turning point in his writing. That was a great book with an imaginative plot that was new and inventive. But then Near Dark immediately returned to the methodical and re-tread narratives that are unimaginative and so heavily redundant with past books. It seems to me that at this point approximately 23% of each Thor book is a summary of his past books, with pages upon pages of backstory and flashbacks and anecdotes that seem like nothing more than filler. Maybe I've just read too many of them because at this point they are blending together.
This book is a lot slower than the previous book I'm the series. First half rehashed the previous book. Lacked a substantial story line. Very one dimensional.
I hated it
This is a slower paced, over detailed Mitch Rapp novel.
superb as I have found most of Brad thors books
Great book, I look forward to reading Brad's books and adding them to my collection.
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