Andy McNab: Payback by Andy McNab

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Same review as the first offering Good story average writing It was a very ntertaining book One of my dislikes is that i cant finish the series after this Kansas State exciting book Annjoyable book Nothing too fancy but neither boring Not a bad book defo worth a read not as good as some of andy s other books The Ok was very interesting and was very action packed which then gripped me t the book which made me want to read This book clears up the main story from the first book Traitor However it brings in a whole new mystery to resolve in the following bookbooks I liked this book and the first one They both kept me reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen to Fergus Danny and Elena Sadly I think after having read this book I can say with certainty that this series just isn t for me I definitely did have an Sexy Cosplay Anime Girls (Bikini, Military, Scifi Costume, Japanese Import, Asian Babe, Picture Book) (Xena Kai Book 3) enjoyable time reading this but when reading a book like this I would prefer to be immersed and on thedge of my seat this book couldn t offer that for me I felt like that the story. A series of high profile suicide bombings are devastating London and frustrating British Intelligence But that doesn't matter to seventeen year old Danny Watts and his former SAS hero grandfather Fergus who are living undercover in southern.

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Er thing I liked was that the main character Fergus doesn t truly trust anybody because she knows anybody could ve been that murderer At the beginning of the book I found the main character Dannya 17 year old teenager a very introverted and frustated boy As the story progresses he develops confidence and an a outgoing personality Danny and his grandfather Fergus are on the run and hiding in Spain but have to return to England to prove Fergus is innocent They face many dangerous obstacles on their travels I think this book would appeal to a teenage audience who Humiliated Husband enjoy an action packed gripping storyline I thought that payback was axciting book It tells of a wanted man and his grandson on the run from the government I liked that it Warehouse Management explained why Fergus didverything For xample I found it interesting that he slams his door shut to make the bolts tight When the government snuck into his house at night they uietly shut the door to not wake up Fergus and in the morning Fergus knew that they came Fergus are forced to return to London and clear the family name But once back in the UK it appears that Danny is somehow connected to the bombings and now they both must struggle to bring the truth to light before it's too late for payback.

Was pretty average and didn t really bring anything knew to the table I felt like the writing style was just a combination of loads of different authors There was a scene nearing the nd of the book where a main character dies but I didn t feel strongly The Stall (Pony In Training enough to careOverall don t think I ll be completing this series as it just wasn t for me After reading this book it seems very dark and violent but I actually really fine that interesting andnjoyable It s about these two main detectives named Danny and Fergus who are trying to solve these sudden murder cases that has been going on They made their own secret company to help them figure it out but due to them always missing the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy event before it starts they know somebody in their company can not be trusted I really liked this book because it talks about how mysterious a crime could be and it takes a lot than looking for clues you have ask people use a lot of high tech technology in order to figure who is the person that did the crime Also the oth. Spain knowing that the slightest slip couldxpose their whereabouts to the ruthless killers on their trail All too soon Danny and Fergus have their cover blown and are on the run again with their nemies closing in fast Suddenly Danny and.

Andy McNab joined the infantry in 1976 as a boy soldier In 1984 he was badged as a member of 22 SAS Regiment He served in B Suadron 22 SAS for ten years and worked on both covert and overt special operations worldwide including anti terrorist and anti drug operations in the Middle and Far East South and Central America and Northern IrelandTrained as a specialist in counter terrorism prime t