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Smuggled to the Middle East as a child.
Trained as one of the most elite insurgents of his generation.
Forced to do things no one should, for a cause he couldn't believe in.
But as his brothers were preparing to kill, he was looking for a way out.
Now, on the eve of the deadliest coordinated attacks the world has ever seen, he'll finally get his chance.
He will break free and hunt down those who made him a monster.
He must draw on all his training to survive.
He is Sleeper 13.
Sleeper 13 is a fast-paced thriller filled with twists and turns and intrigue that will appeal to fans of big-hitting thrillers such as Nomad, Orphan X, The Bourne Identity and globe-trotting spy thriller I Am Pilgrim.
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Was good overall; some annoying bits
lt captured my interest right off. Later parts started to drag and get annoying.
I just got so tired of listening to the MI-6 people bitching at each other. There was so much “SHOUTING” the narrator must have given himself a sore throat.
The MI 6 woman got really aggravating—she seems to be “furious and fuming” a very large percentage of the time and everything she was involved in became fingernails on a chalkboard. Her boss seems to be a pigheaded and complete and utter moron whose SOP was total denial of anything that was bad. They had the same argument during 90% of their interactions.
always “you have no evidence” “BUT! But...But I...”. “NO!”
It’s like he believes his job to think and believe the exact opposite of everything she says, deny every request, and then they argue about it over and over and over for HOURS over the course of the book.
I don’t know why the author thought it necessary to beat that to death. We get it!
I found myself fast forwarding through conversations so I didn’t have to listen to all of that but also because it would become clear how the conversations between any of the characters were going and that there would be x amount of whatever filler.
Like the armed stand off “put the knife down/I can help you <skip> you need to trust me <skip skip> let me arrest you and then I’ll help you/<skip> don’t do this/I know you don’t want to. <skip> don’t do something you will regret”.
Or the interrogations “Tell me/ let me help you/<skip> I don’t believe you want that blood on your hands/ <skip skip > I’m the only one on your side// if you help us we’ll help you <skip skip>. your mother and sister would want you to help us”. Blah blah blah
In that way parts of it seemed unbalanced. Way too much of certain things.
But the story was good, I made myself keep going through the annoying bits