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Not as good as the original
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2021
A solid follow up, but it doesn't rise to the levels that made the first book so great. No need to go into plot details since it's pretty much the same story - terrorists trying to launch attacks on the US, and one man army Quinn standing in their way. The second half of the book is much better then the first, except for the awful cliffhanger the author uses. If you're looking to see the main bad guy get what he deserves - sorry doesn't happen. Have to buy the next one it seems. Not happy.
I join the other reviewers who mention there's way too much motorcycle detail in here - they're spot on. Whether it's Washington or Afghanistan, Quinn and his buddies seem unable to operate cars or any other form of transport - it's always bikes. That'd be fine except for the crazy amount of detail that goes into the bikes and equipment. There's only so many times I can hear about the horsepower of Quinn's German made bike, or how he takes off/puts on his kangaroo hide gloves and leathers before I just start skipping sentences. Enthusiasts will love it, but it gets old real quick for the rest of us.
I'll continue on with the series, but my enthusiasm after finishing the first novel has waned a little. Still a good read, but could have been better.