A great read. The author has created a memorable protagonist in Court Gentry and does an outstanding job of weaving his back story into this novel without diminishing the new adventure. You can read the Court Gentry series from the beginning after Gunmetal Gray and find nearly all of them are equally well done.
In the book before this one Court Gentry is cleared and assumes his old position for the CIA. Now working for the CIA he gets a new assignment but all is not as he thinks. Is the CIA setting him up for another failure? If so, what this time? Will Court Gentry have to face life on the run being hunted by CIA team mates again. Not as good as previous books but still interesting.
My first Gray Man novel. Not sure how I ever missed this series since the genre is right up my alley. Anyway, I liked the story and storyline a lot. Characters were awesome. It is a tightly written novel, meaning the author didn't take shortcuts in developing or ending the story. Really liked the 'humanity' of the key character - was a total tough guy and yet showed both his human foibles and his humanity in carrying out his tough guy/super-hero job. Good read, but be ready to read awhile as it is a long book - which is just fine with me. I won't go back and read the earlier novels with this character, but will certainly be looking out for the next one to come out.
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