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Gray Resurrection (2012)

by Alan McDermott(Favorite Author)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 2
Tom Gray
review 1: I am a little confused how to rate this book. I really enjoyed the first book in the series and I was enjoying this book, then out of the blue it ended. There was no natural conclusion, it left you in the middle of a jungle shoot out, with no hint of what was to come apart from to read the next book. I definitely enjoyed the story but would suggest you have books 2&3 to read consecutively, so you get a complete picture
review 2: Gray Resurrection is shorter than Gray Justice by a good 65 pages, so, I read it in nearly one sitting. I have found it better writing, the action was even more thrilling and it seems that the author has found his pace. Tom Gray is now Sam Grant. When he is doubled crossed and kidnapped by a band of terrorists, it seems the end of th
... moree road for Tom Gray aka Sam Grant and his loyal friends.Just a caution for people who would like to read Gray Resurrection. It is not a stand alone book. You do need to have read Gray Justice first. less
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Not quite as good as the first book, but still a decent read.
Bit abrupt for me. Still fairly good.
short but good. more later, maybe.
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