Early Warning #2020

Early Warning Michael Walsh Early Warning The NSA s most lethal weapon is back Code named Devlin he operates in the darkest recesses of the US government When international cyber terrorists allow a deadly and cunning band of radical insurgen

  • Title: Early Warning
  • Author: Michael Walsh
  • ISBN: 9780786020430
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Early Warning Michael Walsh The NSA s most lethal weapon is back Code named Devlin, he operates in the darkest recesses of the US government When international cyber terrorists allow a deadly and cunning band of radical insurgents to breach the highest levels of national security, Devlin must take down an enemy bent on destroying America an enemy violent and ruthless than the world has ever kThe NSA s most lethal weapon is back Code named Devlin, he operates in the darkest recesses of the US government When international cyber terrorists allow a deadly and cunning band of radical insurgents to breach the highest levels of national security, Devlin must take down an enemy bent on destroying America an enemy violent and ruthless than the world has ever known.
    Early Warning Michael Walsh

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      Published :2019-06-22T02:41:47+00:00

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    1. Well, I found this book after I moved and it was water damaged and simply taking up space for other books So I decided to read it to free up room and donate it afterward Lo and behold, this is the second book in a series I learned that you really need to read the first book to understand what is going on in the second book Therefore, I truly did not understand what was going on and I did not like the characters very much because they kept referring to their actions in the first book Not to menti [...]

    2. Why is it with authors, like Mr Walsh, who can on the one hand draw intriguing pictures about history and events with his talent for words, then on the other hand boldly ruin the picture by not being able to communicate emotions without the superfluousness use of f bombs I would think that authors can be as smart and successful like Grisham and Cussler who really know how to wordsmith without swearing It is a shame that many of these new authors are so ignorant in how to use their talents to bui [...]

    3. I thought this would be another espionage thriller similar to Brad Thor or Vince Flynn Not really.Plot was OK, although I found the introduction of so many different characters really distracting at points Not just distracting, but unnecessarily chaotic Maybe that was the point of the literary technique I thought this tale would be mostly finished within this novel, but not so Lots of dangling threads, some of them major So I guess you have to read these as a series, but I think this may be my o [...]

    4. Michael Walsh has found the pulse of the new political thriller The intrigue, espionage, and the good old fashioned chase is no longer confined to what happens within the boarders of the United States Divisions of nations and allegiances have become confluent Get ahold of this political thriller for non stop action Test your vocabulary from the book at associatedcontent arti

    5. As a sequel to Harsh Intent, this was not as good of a book as I had hoped I still enjoyed the storyline and the characters, but I wasn t as enthralled by this book Devlin is caught up in another adventure as terrorists attack New York City and no one is quite sure what terrorist group they are part of I m assuming there will be another book since Devlin s female counterpart has seemingly been kidnapped by Devlin s biggest enemy I m sure I ll pick it up anyway.

    6. Reading a Devlin tale for the first time is difficult You need to know the earlier stories to understand the relationship of other characters to and with Devlin Once you get past this, the plot moves well The destruction of Manhattan is an interesting premise and I really liked the character Frank Byrne.

    7. DNFThe only reason I gave up on this series was because of all the technical talk Okay, I also gave it up because the characters were all multi faceted There were too many sides to all the characters that you couldn t find a single personality to like There was action, sure, but it came with long explanations that detracted from it.

    8. An up to date story line but the book suffers from very poor technical editing, including missing words, etc.Lots of characters, so many it is hard at times to keep them straight and to figure out their place in the book Reads like a movie thriller, with religious mumbo jumbo tossed in Still, I read tot he end and it was a bit of a page turner.

    9. Diasapointing is the kindest word that I can use to describe my thoughts about this book From poor character development to the mind numbing descriptions of the victims, I was tempted to scream, Enough,already Additionally, I had a hard time discerning Walsh s voice Fans of the genre may find this a good read For me, Walsh has another book in this series to change my mind.

    10. Good story but too wordy Walsh seems to try to inject too many lessons into his writing I found myself skipping paragraphs and not missing a part of the story not as good as the first Still, the characters are interesting and there obviously will be a third book This one was just good enough for me to check out the next one when it comes out.

    11. What I hoped was a good read wasn t I couldn t get into the story I ve enjoyed other political thrillers, but this one nope Maybe, because this was the second book in the series contributed to the disconnect.

    12. A compelling plot line, although at times I found it verbose with a lot of filler that didn t add much to the story Frequent referrals to the previous book forget the name at the moment , but it isn t essential to have read it first.

    13. Nice tech speak, a little too wordy The hero seemed almost too dark, and it was an unrewarding climax.

    14. The Soros like villian Skorzeny threatens againd Devlin, a Scott Harvath Mitch Rapp type character confronts tanother terrorist threat targeting NYCright into my wheelhousefun read

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