Dead Centre - Andy McNab Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593065220 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Andy McNab / Hardcover / 432 Pages / Book is published 2011-09-15 by Bantam Press
Newest Review: ... on the way makes the book a richer expirience for the reader, it's brilliant. Initally the book starts of a bit slow but ... more
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by - written on 29/02/12 (Somewhat useful, 7 readings)
Andy McNab is back on form in the his latest Nick Stone book. Andy McNab is a former SAS operator, and it really shows in the book; he's been and done things civvies wouldn't even dream of and the knowledge gained on the way makes the book a richer expirience for the reader, it's brilliant. Initally the book starts of a bit slow but this is understandable as it paints the background to this story. The story is set in, and around, Somalia, a lawless country ignored by the west. To capture the attention of said countries the Somalians have a new weapon: Pirates. Ex- SAS operator, now deniable operator, working for "the firm" Nick Stone is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/12 (Useful, 28 readings)
Dead Centre is Andy McNab's 14 Nick Stone novel, a lovable former SAS soldier who keeps trying to do the right thing in life. This time Nick must rescue a woman and her son, who have been kidnapped. She happens to be the wife of a fallen comrade who he previously made a promise to. The story also shows Nick as he matures and starts to have some different thoughts for his life, such as a more stable relationship with his Russian "girlfriend" Anna. As ever, McNab is very thorough; the descriptions help you imagine actually seeing (or being a part of) the story as it unfolds. The detail level that he goes into is not for everyone, as some ... Read the complete review
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