Top positive review
Nail biter- Spoiler in this revue
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
Absolutely his best yet. I can see the writing on the wall with this novel. Ben Coes IMO is the best author in Espionage/covert ops. This book clearly shows how vulnerable we as 'World Citizens' are to a Nuclear Holocaust. Did it make me afraid? No. It just informed me of how delicate this world is we live in. The craziness of a dictator to employ the trade off with another crazed dictator can bring all hell to bare down on us. From the onset of the novel I could not put it down. A quick page turner. As Dewey once again pulls off the unthinkable in saving North Korea and parts of the USA from being literally wiped off the map, though I am not sure one man could pull a feat off like Dewey is portrayed, even when he received help, but it was a nail biter none the less. It left nothing to the imagination of how one crazed leader of a country can turn peoples lives into a nightmare. So much I could write but suffice it to say, by far the best, though all have earned 5*'s from me for Ben Coes, I wish I could put a higher * rating for Bloody Sunday. The USA could use a Dewey Andreas in its life for sure. Thanks for a wonderful book and now I wait yet another year to see what the next exploits are of Dewey. Oh one thing. Jenna. Is she or is she not a double agent? Sounds like she is and obviously for her work with MI6 and the USA alphabet agencies, she apparently is very good if indeed she is a double for Russia as well. I am sitting here, wishing a year away, wishing Ben to write faster, but then if he did perhaps his books would not be the high caliber they are, such as the late beloved Vince Flynn and Brad Thor as well as Tom Clancy and so many others. Waiting with bated breath for the next production of Dewey Andreas and find out once and for all who the he,,,,l Jenna really is! Ben Coes you are the master of intrigue!