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Nassar El Sonbatti

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Excellent resource.

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Évalué le: 2019-04-30

I find it remarkable that, out of nearly a dozen Great Courses, I have yet to be let down.

Excellent listen. One of the best series I have found.

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Évalué le: 2019-01-25

100 percent worth the credit. It’s nice to finally have this genre without carbon copy zombies.

Effing fantastic book.

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Évalué le: 2019-01-05

Somewhat about leadership.

More than anything it commiserates about the frustrations of trying to be a good leader in an organization that doesn’t have a hot clue about teaching leaders to put their ego last.

Damn god read though.

People making obviously poor choices.

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Évalué le: 2018-12-24

This book, and most of the series, is a tale of people making predictably bad choices. Predictable to the point it beggars belief and takes the reader out of the fantasy, which is why one reads, after all.

It ends well, with a hook for the next installation, despite the implausibly of what goes down.

Page de couverture de Ordinary Men

Chapter 18 is where this book begins.

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3 out of 5 stars

Évalué le: 2018-12-24

If you already understand the subject matter the book doesn’t start until chapter 18. The previous chapters are simply escalating accounts of atrocities to understand how horrific what these men did, and what the citizens in society approved.

Overall worth the credit.

Would be a great book for kids.

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Évalué le: 2018-11-07

Written for juveniles. Entertaining tone and performance. Very playful. I recommend this book for your kids.

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Held out as long as I could....

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Évalué le: 2018-07-28

I was pretty deep into the series financially and time wise. I held on hoping for a turnaround. I ended up cheering for the Russians and the Zombies, hoping all the main characters would get wiped out.

This whole thing ought to have been wrapped up within the first six books. The last six have been virtually the exact same cycle over and over again as I have previously detailed.

How can the same sh** happen to the same guy....

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Évalué le: 2018-07-28

In the immortal words of John Maclean in the second instalment of Die Hard:

'How can the same Sh** happen to the same guy twice?'

Well, this series has the same stuff happening in every....single....book.

At a certain point, probably around book 6, your realize the author is unwilling to kill off main characters and that takes almost all of the suspense out of it.

Now you have single operators are taking out five enemy operators and coming out with only minor wounds, or major wounds that somehow don't have any notable impact on their performance. Taking out a flood of zombies, firing off so many rounds their gun barrels would overheat and firearms would become unusable.

This would be more believable if it was set in a world where the operators had super powers like the avengers, or were immune for some reason already, etc.

As it stands the series has become predictable and redundant. Insurmountable odds on all fronts, everything going wrong all the time for everyone, literally all coming down to the last possible second with only a one and a million chance of success, then everything works out. The book ends, then you repeat it again next book.

Were I not already so deep I would not be willing to hold on in hopes the plot improves, but I don't have anything else to use my credit on at the moment.

Better than the last two.

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Évalué le: 2018-07-07

More believable than 5. Better pace than 6.
Hoping it gets even better. Fifteen words minimum review.

Better than the last one.

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Évalué le: 2018-07-01

A little touchy feely for me but, for the most part the action was more credible than the last one.

After the previous instalment the main characters needed a bit of a breather.