Brad Thor is at the top of his game with this latest edition, the 13th, Scot Harvath novel. Thor has an uncanny knack of crafting stories that reflect the current geo-political realities that affect the world we live in. They could almost be ripped from the headlines of the day.
Harvath stands tall with the likes of Jack Ryan and Mitch Rapp as the quintessential All American Hero as Brad Thor ranks at the top of his genre with their respective creators, the late and sorely missed, Tom Clancy and Vince Flynn.
This story takes us from the sands of N. Africa to the desolation of N. Korea, and to the heartland of America. Spanning the globe with intrigue and delicious plot lines. In typical fashion, the reader finds themselves smacking their foreheads at the realization that everything they are reading is entirely plausible and terrifying in it's implications for the security of our way of life.
Brad Thor could only make this series better if he strived to meet a 6 month release between new offerings. One year is a long long time to wait for more of this phenomenal work.