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Short and sweet, but could have been so much better
on 19 October 2012
This book hardly warrants the term, because it's so short, it's more like a few chapters than a novel. The small print on the details says 88 pages and it took me less than three hours to read, so be mindful of the price.
It seems that this is some attempt to tie into the Medal Of Honor games series, although there's no explanation of how or why, other than a seemingly out-of-place forward by someone at EA. As to the story, there's no real character development, not a whole lot in the way of plot and while engaging enough, does seem to be a padded out narrative of your typical MoH mission. Having said that, what was there was enjoyable, so long as you approach it as a short-story and not a novel.
Ironically, a full third of the Kindle version is given over to preview chapters of Ryan's new book: Osama!