(Against All Enemies) [PDF] Ã John Gilstrap


Against All EnemiesWas just ok Loved this series at one time but it s just as good but it s just not as good John Gilstrap s of Jonathan Grave a former super secret commando and currently an off the books rescuer of hostages and the like can be frustrating Gilstrap s great at creating main characters that you like and want to read about and in 2015 s Against All Enemies he even gives some depth and dimension to his villain He writes great action scenes crisp dialogue and funny buddy bickeringBut he also can be very talky and Enemies has that uality on 10000 candlepower display his heroes actually share many of the views of the villains who want to overthrow the government but their commitment to the rule of law and their ability to spot the flaw in the overthrow Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, plan keep them on the side of the good guys Which they tell us over and over againSo when Grave and his mainartner Boxers track down a former colleague who s gone rogue and find he s less of a 待つ [Matsu] problem than theeople he was seeking out they have to suss out the roper course. Jonathan Grave finds it hard to believe that a fellow combat vet has gone rogue killing American agents and leaking sensitive intel to hostile foreign interests With black ops assassins. Of action even though it won t necessarily be the legal one That lets them lecture various and sundry characters including each other on why what they re doing is rightGilstrap also throws in some left turns in a couple of characters for what seems to be no real reason other than he can which jars the narrative and actually leaves a sour taste on what should be a much satisfying finale More than once Grave and Boxers have rovided a high octane and satisfying thrill ride but with Against All Enemies as with too many of the series there are enough stumbles to make you wish someone would HAVE TINKERED WITH THE MOTOR A LITTLE BIT ORIGINAL tinkered with the motor a little bit Original here Not my favorite GilstrapGrave Digger novel More of a Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) political thriller than what attracted me to Gilstrap s novels hostage rescue Other authors do a better job at theolitical thriller genre I customarily look forward to Jon Grave and his merry band of heroesheroines but this book was a huge disappointment Aside from the familiar banter between Scorpion and Bo. On the trail of his old friend Grave sets out to get to him first He finds far than he bargained for  Not only the wily operative but evidence of a conspiracy so dangerous so far reachi. ,


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Xers killings justified by rescues and Venice s awesome intelligence throughout this action acked story was horrible Not only did Grave lack in his moral compass he charged into a compound of young gullible inexperienced soldiers who were not sure what they were fighting for All or most of whom were "Shot When Reason Might Have "when reason might have obtained and the actual targets or nut jobs caught I m surprised at the high reviews and ratings I ll keep reading this series but if future books in this series is anything like this one I m dropping it like a hot otato I have liked all the revious novels in the Grave series However the author Used This Particular Novel As A Platform this articular novel as a Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns platform spout ridiculousolitical rhetoric The roblem with that arty that you rail against so Mr Gilstrap They re the ones who actually read so congratulations on alienating your audience And you ve just uit your day job Unfortunate because I will not buy even one of your novels I hope reinforcing your old white man ness was worth the loss of revenue. Ng that an unthinkable tragedy is in motion Grave and his elite team of specialists must expose a deadly high level secret and do it in time to avert a catastrophe of Historic Proportio. proportio. .