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72 Hours (Ryan Archer #1) by [Moreton, William Casey]
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  • Print Length: 323 pages
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  • Language: English
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After a gripping and explosive start to this book I was looking forward to a great read, however very shortly into the book the irritation began. I found the book poorly written and the characters though full of potential did not grip. However it was the, what I can only describe as 'teenage horror movie' actions which really annoyed me. The characters constantly did stupid things - akin to the girl going up to the attic, in the dark, to see if the ax murderer is there - which were unrealistic if you were to believe in any of the characters credentials. I plowed on until about half way through but when the women decides to give one of her protectors a call to pass on a telephone message when they are out stealthily tracking down a team of hit men that are circling I gave up in disgust. I have only once before not finished a book and vowed I wouldn't give up on a book again, however I had to break my rule as I was not prepared to waste anymore of my time on this nonsense. Unfortuantely my advice would be don't bother with this read.
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The main character Archer is a Reacher type ex fed called upon to save a family in motal danger. He is dragged away from his surfboard for a romp accross south west USA.

An easy read, but predictable. The introdution sets up a whole string of would be assassins targeting the family. A novel twist in an otherwise ok holiday read.
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Quite simply this is one of the best thrillers I have read in a very long time...I read it in only a couple of sittings and found it very hard to put down.
This is a new author to me but I've already downloaded another couple of his books. I'm slightly sorry that each one seems to be a stand alone, as there is no doubt that Ryan Archer, the hero of 72 Hours, justifies a series in the same way as Mitch Rapp or Jack Reacher, but I'm sure that the heroes of the other books will grip me in the same way.
The plot is imaginatively devised and the action never lets up from start to finish. The ending was a tad predictable but, in all honesty, it was exactly the ending that I wanted and was hoping for.
I can totally recommend this book but if you start it in the evening, be ready for a VERY late night.
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Definitely one for a minus award. How I made it to 19% I do not know. It really is that bad! The plot is "Me smokum anything" in nature if you can even call it a plot and the characters are admirably suited to the ridiculousness of the storyline. Don't bother even downloading it.
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this book is very very good at least I enjoyed it, a price is put on the head of Lindsey and every low life and bounty hunter is after her, Archer is assigned to protect her and to stop the low life and bounty hunters from cashing in, at times it is a bit silly and far fetched but If you can accept this then I feel the author carries this of very well, and In my mind this book is well worth considering if you like action thrillers, yes the plot is far fetched and implausible at times but the author keeps the pace going all the way to the end. I wont give the plot away, all I will say is you think ending is going to be something different than what actually occurs, I like the way the story rolls along all the way to the end, considering this was a freebee I was very surprised, I would recommend this author and will try another book by him sometime in the future, excellent read. 5 STAR
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As a realistic true to life story the whole consept is just to far fetched to believe.
However, I'm of the generation that in their teenage years watched the Dirty Harry, Death Wish films ect.
Their whole story lines were just as OTT.
However with a litle imagination you can visualise this book as an action film, set in this period. Do so and you'll enjoy this as a fun read. I did.
From a balistics and firearm point of view I would question the authors choice of a sidearm. A colt .45 would be a far better choice over a Barretta. As for a .22 round for a long distance snipper shot, umm.
OK, thats my pedantic bit over. It's still fun.
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Yet another decent read let down by a lack of proofreading. I assume the guy should have had a wheal or a welt on his head. There are other similar issues; at one point a main character changes from she to he.
The book is fine; an average thriller with a stereotypical hero and a slightly unexpected end. Undemanding fun and I might have given it a higher score if it had been more professionally presented.
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I enjoyed this book it was fast paced and yes I had to suspend belief slightly at times, but for me thats what reading is all about.I liked the main characters and thought the story was great,it kept me guessing with a few twists, and it was entertaining couldn't ask for more.
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