Top positive review
Even better than the others!
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2017
I almost didn't read this book because the one thing missing was Gray Man's humanity. I wanted to see a spark that maybe one day there was hope of a happy ending. Don't get me wrong...justice always wins out in Greaney's books, which is certainly cathartic, but that's different than a 'happy' ending. I had come to believe that this is one of those never-ending-for-the-sake-of-cash-flow series books where there would never be a love interest or any hope of him being reinstated in the USA as the unjustly accused good, honorable guy that he is. But happily I saw a romantic crack in his robotic, inhuman nature that made me feel like this series was worth continuing. Buying the next one hoping he eventually gets back in good graces with his homeland and becomes a hero instead of a target.