D. Wilson

Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (42 of 51)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 216,721 - Total Helpful Votes: 42 of 51
The Persona Protocol by Andy McDermott
The Persona Protocol by Andy McDermott
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Have to say, I had been looking forward to this one, I had followed Andy's work from the start, and it was nice to see a new idea from him (the Nina and Eddie novels were rounded off well, and it would have been one too far to do another so quickly). However, this is just plain awful, really slow and no sense or tension at all. I have given up at 51% as this is going nowhere.

The book steals from many (Bourne, the Matrix to name 2), and where others have done his before with skill, this feels like a bit of a clunky rip off of several better books and films. The plot moves at a snail's pace compared to Andy's other work, and I found myself not acing about any of it or the one… Read more
The Game: 3 (Victor the Assassin) by Tom Wood
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fab, 22 Mar 2013
A great read (as they all are). Believable characters, fabulous tension throughout. As good as the first and better than the second book in the Victor series. Reminiscent of some Jack Reacher traits, but Victor has a grittier edge to him and less sympathy for others (but hey, he's an assassin and wary of others so he can stay alive). Highly recommended.
Ragnarok: A Jack Sigler Thriller (Jack Sigler Thri&hellip by Jeremy Robinson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As a rule, i am generally suspicious of books written in collaboration with others (for example I no longer read any books by the law of diminishing returns that is James Patterson). However, the Jeremy Robinson collaborations are the exception to this, and this book is by far and away the best - better than most books i have read in a very long time.

From the opening and throughout, this book does not stop the action coming. The plot is well constructed and the chapters end on cliff hangers that leave you wanting more.

The different locations are handled excellently throughout the novel bringing all together for a fantastic finale.

Would suggest reading… Read more

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