on 5 February 2013
This has to be the best book in the Man From U.N.D.E.A.D. series (so far!). It would work as a stand alone book but to fully appreciate the story I recommend that you read the previous books (they are worth reading on their own merit anyway).
From brain draining spiders to party poppers in space, including a Dummies Guide to Time Travel, Darren Humphries takes you on a whirlwind of an adventure as he tries to rescue his girlfriend from the clutches of a very confused bodycruncher. Once again it is up to Agent Ward to save the day, only this time he isn't playing by the rules, literally and even more so than usual!
The writing is excellent and like all the previous books is of a very high standard, not only that but he even manages to throw a few jokes in to give those tense moments a bit of a lift. For the first time in this series even my heart was touched, a small tear may have appeared in my eye (it was a bit of dust, honest!) I don't believe this is the end of Agent Ward though, he doesn't give up that easily.
This book is so much more than just one genre (it's possibly a little bit of everything all thrown together) and I recommend it to anyone who loves a good read.
on 11 April 2013
And I'm seriously hoping for more! This tale was far more intriguing to me than the previous three, although all four are good short reads. Coming from someone who likes her epics that's saying quite a lot. I can't rave too much without giving the game away, so I'll just say that you really should try this whole series out!
on 28 January 2013
As forth in the series it would be reasonable to think the plots could be repetitive but far from it the imaginative, if far fetched, plot in this book is equally enjoyable, if not better, than those preceding it. Enjoyable and gripping although light reading.